How much force would your arm have to exert to accelerate a bowling ball with a mass of 8 kg down a bowling alley at a rate of 4m/sec squared?
(Show your calculations)
A. 2kg-m (sec squared, or 2N)
B. 32kg-m (sec squared, or 32N)
C. 8kg-m (sec squared, or 8N)
D. 16kg-m (sec squared, or 16N)
A bowling ball of mass 7.38 kg and radius 8.48 cm rolls without slipping down a lane at 4.8 m/s. I tried to use the equation 1/2(m(v^2)) but that didn’t seem to work.