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At a shooting competition, a contestant fires and a 10.0 g
bullet leaves the rifle with a muzzle speed of 150 m/s. The
bullet hits the thick target backing and stops after traveling
4.30 cm
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Part C
What is the magnitude of the average force on the target?
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At a shooting competition, a contestant fires and a 10.0 g bullet leaves the rifle with a muzzle speed of 150 m/s. The bullet hits the thick target backing and stops after traveling 4.30 cm Correct Part C What is the magnitude of the average force on the target? Hνα ΑΣφ N Previous Answers Request Answer Submit