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What is the equation for force? F=m/a
What is the equation for Mechanical Advantage MA=Fout/Fin
What is the equation for work? W=F x d
What is the equation for velocity? V=D/t
What is the equation for speed? S=d/t
What is the equation for acceleration? a=Sf-Si/t or a=Fnet/m
If you lift a 25 kg box over 7m, what is your work in Joules? 175J
What is your average speed if you travel 200m in 100s 2m/s
What is your average velocity if you move 100m North then 125m South in 5hours? 5m/h south
What is the Mechanical Advantage if your input force is 100N and your output force is 200N? 2MA
What is the acceleration of a box that has a mass of 100kg, pushed by a force of 500N 5m/s2
What is your acceleration if you start at rest then accelerate to 50m/s in 10s? 5m/s2
Created by: zukama