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If An Object Explodes With A Force, What Force Are Fragments Given?
So let's say for example I have an object with 5kg of mass. It explodes with a force of 500N. The object fragments into four fragments: a 0.5kg, a 1kg, a 1.5kg and a 2kg object. What force does ...
May 17 '13 at 5:07
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