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A walnut with a mass of 50 g requires a force of 200 N to

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Problem 79P Problem 79P

A walnut with a mass of 50 g requires a force of 200 N to be cracked. If walnuts are to be cracked by dropping them from a high place onto a hard surface, determine the minimum height required. Disregard air friction.

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