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Asked Nov 29, 2019

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Find the momentum for a 2.8-kg brick parachuting straight downward at a constant speed of 7.6 m/s .

Step 1

Since the speed of the brick parachute is travelled in a downward direction, so the momentum of the object is calculated from the expression.

Step 2

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