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13 April, 05:54

A 50 kg skydiver is falling downwards and accelerating 6 m/s2 down. What is the net force on the skydiver?

300 N, up

8.3 N, down

300 N, down

500 N, up

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  1. 13 April, 07:12
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    Net Force = (mass) x (acceleration) (Newton #2)

    Net Force = (50 kg) x (6 m/s² down)

    Net Force = (50 * 6) (kg-m/s² down)

    Net Force = 300 Newtons down
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