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Application Dr. John Paul Stapp was U.S. Air Force officer

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Problem 17PE

Application Dr. John Paul Stapp was U.S. Air Force officer who studied the effects of extreme deceleration on the human body. On December 10, 1954, Stapp rode a rocket sled, accelerating from rest to a top speed of 282 m/s (1015 km/h) in 5.00 s, and was brought jarringly back to rest in only 1.40 s! Calculate his (a) acceleration and (b) deceleration. Express each in multiples of g (9.80 m/s2 ) by taking its ratio to the acceleration of gravity.

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Physics 101 Notes: 8/25 (Week 2 continued)  Force o Defined as a push or a pull, and is a vector quantity, meaning that it has direction depending on which way it is being pushed or pulled o It has amount and direction (how much force is being applied and in which direction it is moving)  Newton’s First law o First draft:...

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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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