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28 February, 07:28

During an episode of turbulence in an airplane you feel 210 n heavier than usual. if your mass is 72 kg, what are the magnitude and direction of the airplaneâs acceleration?

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  1. 1 March, 04:31
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    According to Newton's Second Law of Motion, the net force experienced by the system is equal to the mass of the system in question times the acceleration in motion. In this case, the net force is the difference of gravitational force and the force experience by the motion of the airplane. This difference is already given to be 210 N.

    Net force = ma

    210 N = (73 kg) (a)

    a = + 2.92 m/s²

    Thus, the acceleration of the airplane's motion is 2.92 m/s² to the positive direction which is upwards.
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