A boy kicks a ball with a force of 40 N. At exactly the same moment, a gust of wind blows in the opposite direction of the kick with a force of 40 N. What happened to the ball?

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A boy kicks a ball with a force of 40 N. At exactly the same moment, a gust of wind blows in the opposite direction of the kick with a force of 40 N. What happened to the ball?

because it says use -2,0,and 2 for x, we can plug those numbers into the equation. y/4=3/4(-2)+2 y/4= -1 1/2 +2 now to get x by itself, we can multiply each side by 4. y=-6+8 which equals y=2 when x=-2. now you can do the same thing with 0 and 2 as x. you get y=8 when x=0 and y=14 when x=2.

x | y

-2 | 2

0 | 8

2 | 14

[tex]Create a table of x and y values for the expression y/4=3/4x+2. use the x values of -2,0, and 2. i n[/tex]

dec 23, 2016 - a load of bricks weighing 680 n a distance of 10 m across a parking lot. if if the worker pushes the cart with a constant force of 209 n, what work= force x distance = 220 n x 10 m = 2200 n.m = 2200 j i don't know where the person got it from, but the initial part, work= force x distance me.

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