Physics: Principles with Applications

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ISBN: 9780321625922

Author: Douglas C. Giancoli

Publisher: Addison-Wesley

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Chapter 6, Problem 59P

An 85-kg football player traveling 5.0 m/s is stopped in 1.0 s by a tackier. (a) What is the original kinetic energy of the player? (b) What average power is required to stop him?

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