G thankOpenttps://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-PreviousAnswers/display?dep-20618684&questionAppsBookmarksBar BookmarksMenucomapple Readin Apple ESPN Yahoo!imported From Sa. f Facebokpos-15es Apple ESPN Yahoo! Imported From SanFaceboolklmported From Sa O G images GSubmission 8(2/4 points)Sunday, April 14, 2019 12:49 AM Pdiving coach wishes to analyze the vertical "push off for members of the diving team. In order to do this, she simulates the diving process by having the athletesground as a function of time. For a particular diver with adrop (free fall) from an adjustable height platform onto a "force-o-meter" which measures the vertical force the divers exert on themass of 58.5 kg, she sets the adjustable height platform at 0.665 m and instructs the diver to free fall onto the "force-o-meter and push off as sheshows that the diver was in contact with the meterwould in a dive. The computer readoutfor 0.750 s and that the force exerted on the platform may be described by the functionF(t) (12,000 N/s)t (16,000 N/s2t2where the force will be in Newtons when the time is seconds. Determine the following.(a) speed of the diver when she lands on the meter (Enter your answer to at least two decimal places.)3.61m/s(b) vertical upward impulse the meter imparts to the diver (Enter your answer to at least four significant figures.)1125 N s(c) speed of the diver when she leaves the meter22.84 xWhat forces act to change the momentum of the diver as she lands on the meter? m/sd) height of the diver's jump after leaving the meter26.51 XWhich of the kinematic equations will allow you to determine the height the diver obtains äfter bouncing off the meter? mSubmission 9 (2/4 points)Sunday, April 14, 2019 07:54 AM PDTA technologically oriented diving coach wishes to analyze the vertical "push off for members of the diving team. In order to do this, she simulates the diving process by having the athletesdrop (free fall)from an adjustable height platform onto a "force-o-meter" which measures the vertical force the divers exert on theground as a function of time. For a particular diver with amass of 58.5 kg, she sets the adjustable height platform at 0.665 m and instructs the diver to fshows that the diver was in contact with the meter for o.750 s and that the force exerted on the platform may be describedfree fall onto the "force o-meter" and push off as she would in a dive. The computer readoutby the functionMacBook AirF2F3F5F6F7F8F9

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Part c 22.84 incorrect and 26.5 incorrect part d please try again formula can anyone else 

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Submission 8
(2/4 points)
Sunday, April 14, 2019 12:49 AM P
diving coach wishes to analyze the vertical "push off for members of the diving team. In order to do this, she simulates the diving process by having the athletes
ground as a function of time. For a particular diver with a
drop (free fall) from an adjustable height platform onto a "force-o-meter" which measures the vertical fo
rce the divers exert on the
mass of 58.5 kg, she sets the adjustable height platform at 0.665 m and instructs the diver to free fall onto the "force-o-meter and push off as she
shows that the diver was in contact with the meter
would in a dive. The computer readout
for 0.750 s and that the force exerted on the platform may be described by the function
F(t) (12,000 N/s)t (16,000 N/s2t2
where the force will be in Newtons when the time is seconds. Determine the following.
(a) speed of the diver when sh
e lands on the meter (Enter your answer to at least two decimal places.)
3.61m/s
(b) vertical upward impulse the meter imparts to the diver (Enter your answer to at least four significant figures.)
1125 N s
(c) speed of the diver when she leaves the meter
22.84 x
What forces act to change the momentum of the diver as she lands on the meter? m/s
d) height of the diver's jump after leaving the meter
26.51 X
Which of the kinematic equations will allow you to determine the height the diver obtains äfter bouncin
g off the meter? m
Submission 9 (2/4 points)
Sunday, April 14, 2019 07:54 AM PDT
A technologically oriented diving coach wishes to analyze the vertical "push off for members of the diving team. In order to do this, she simulates the diving process by having the athletes
drop (free fall)
from an adjustable height platform onto a "force-o-meter" which measures the vertical force the divers exert on the
ground as a function of time. For a particular diver with a
mass of 58.5 kg, she sets the adjustable height platform at 0.665 m and instructs the diver to f
shows that the diver was in contact with the meter for o.750 s and that the force exerted on the platform may be described
free fall onto the "force o-meter" and push off as she would in a dive. The computer readout
by the function
MacBook Air
F2
F3
F5
F6
F7
F8
F9
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G thankOpen ttps://www.webassign.net/web/Student/Assignment-PreviousAnswers/display?dep-20618684&question AppsBookmarksBar BookmarksMenucomapple Readin Apple ESPN Yahoo!imported From Sa. f Facebok pos-15 es Apple ESPN Yahoo! Imported From Sa n Faceboolk lmported From Sa O G images G Submission 8 (2/4 points) Sunday, April 14, 2019 12:49 AM P diving coach wishes to analyze the vertical "push off for members of the diving team. In order to do this, she simulates the diving process by having the athletes ground as a function of time. For a particular diver with a drop (free fall) from an adjustable height platform onto a "force-o-meter" which measures the vertical fo rce the divers exert on the mass of 58.5 kg, she sets the adjustable height platform at 0.665 m and instructs the diver to free fall onto the "force-o-meter and push off as she shows that the diver was in contact with the meter would in a dive. The computer readout for 0.750 s and that the force exerted on the platform may be described by the function F(t) (12,000 N/s)t (16,000 N/s2t2 where the force will be in Newtons when the time is seconds. Determine the following. (a) speed of the diver when sh e lands on the meter (Enter your answer to at least two decimal places.) 3.61m/s (b) vertical upward impulse the meter imparts to the diver (Enter your answer to at least four significant figures.) 1125 N s (c) speed of the diver when she leaves the meter 22.84 x What forces act to change the momentum of the diver as she lands on the meter? m/s d) height of the diver's jump after leaving the meter 26.51 X Which of the kinematic equations will allow you to determine the height the diver obtains äfter bouncin g off the meter? m Submission 9 (2/4 points) Sunday, April 14, 2019 07:54 AM PDT A technologically oriented diving coach wishes to analyze the vertical "push off for members of the diving team. In order to do this, she simulates the diving process by having the athletes drop (free fall) from an adjustable height platform onto a "force-o-meter" which measures the vertical force the divers exert on the ground as a function of time. For a particular diver with a mass of 58.5 kg, she sets the adjustable height platform at 0.665 m and instructs the diver to f shows that the diver was in contact with the meter for o.750 s and that the force exerted on the platform may be described free fall onto the "force o-meter" and push off as she would in a dive. The computer readout by the function MacBook Air F2 F3 F5 F6 F7 F8 F9

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