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Thrust - Friction = mass * acceleration

Friction = coefficient * mass * gravity

Friction = 0.10 * 75 * 9.8 = 73.5 N

Substituting:

200N - 73.5 = 75a

a = 1.69 m/s^2

Obtaining final velocity at the end of 41 seconds:

Vf = at

Vf = 1.69 (41)

Vf = 69.15 m/s

Using the formula for displacement for linear motion problems:

s = Vo*t + (1/2)a*t^2

s = 0 + (1/2)(1.69)(41^2)

s = 1420.445 meters

After he runs out of fuel, we use the following formula to find the distance that he coasts:

F = ma = coefficient*m*g

a = 0.10(9.8)

a = -0.98

Vf^2 = Vo^2 + 2as

0 = 69.15^2 + 2(-0.98)s

s = 2439. 65

Adding the 2 displacements together to obtain the total distance:

Total distance = 2439.65 + <span>1420.45 meters

Total distance = 3860.1 meters</span>

**Answer:**

**C) the equation consists of two factors:**

**work = force * distance**

**W = F · S**

If we are talking on the force being exerted by a segment of a rope of lenght R on the right on a point M which is being also pulled from the Left by a segment of rope R as shown in the figure attached. Then we invoke Newton's Third Law:

"Any force exerted by an object (in this case a segment of the rope) also suffers a equal and opposite force".

If we pick

whis is the tension exerted by the right segment then the left segment will also exert an equal and opposite force so we have that