What physics is involved for a passenger feeling pushed backward into the seat of an airplane when it accelerates along the runway at takeoff?
This feeling of being pushed back comes from the tendency of the person's mass to remain at rest, called it's inertia.
What is the phobia for being pushed on swings?
What was the battle along the front in the Ardennes in which the allies pushed the Germans back?
What is the Battle along the front in the ardennes in which the allies pushed the germans back?
What have they decided on the schools being pushed back to 9:30?
What is the distance traveled before takeoff if an airplane accelerates down a runway at 3.20 m/sU2 for 32.8s until it finally lifts off the ground?
Why does your body feel like it's being pushed back when a car starts backing up?
An airplane on a runway accelerates at 4.0 meters/second2 for 28.0 seconds before takeoff. How far does the plane travel on the runway before takeoff?
What is the acceleration of a runner whose mass is 50 kg, if the runner is being pushed along by a force of 100 newtons?
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