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The distance is 100 meters
In our case, objects with a given mass were pulled along the horizontal axis with a given force. This problem statement is a combination of Newton's 2nd Law of motion and Motion in a Straight Line.
To solve this, we will use the formula:
a. F = ma
F is the force, unit is in Newtons (N)
m is the mass, unit is in kg
a is the acceleration, unit is in m/
x is the distance traveled by the object, unit is in meter (m)
is the initial velocity, unit is in m/s
t is the time, unit is in seconds (s)
For the given information
a. The mass of the objects is, m= 1 kg
b. The force pulling the objects is, F = 2N
c. The time covered in pulling the objects were, t = 10 seconds
Solving the problem
1. First, use the formula for force
F = ma
Substitute the given information
2N = (1kg) a
Divide both sides of the equation by 1 kg, we have:
Then to solve for the acceleration, we have:
a = 2 m/
2. Now, we are ready to solve the distance.
Use the second formula and substitute the given information, we have:
Take note that is zero because = 0 (or the initial velocity starts from rest).
Simplifying the equation, we have:
x = 100 meters
Therefore, the distance traveled by the 1 kg objects in 10 seconds is 100 meters.
To learn more about this topic, just click on the following links:Example of 2nd Newton's Law of motion
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