ch05-p093 - 93. According to Newtons second law, the...

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a vv d = = −× × =− × 2 0 27 2 14 27 2 2 14 10 210 10 98 ch c h c h . . .. m/s m The magnitude of the force is consequently () 27 27 2 1.67 10 kg 9.8 10 m/s 16 N. Fm a == × × = 93. According to Newton’s second law, the magnitude of the force is given by F = ma , where a is the magnitude of the acceleration of the neutron. We use kinematics (Table 2-
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