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# Use the following information to answer questions 6 and 7:

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A61.0 kg grocery cart is sitting at rest. In order to change the cart's state of motion, Xavier must apply 72.1
Newtons of force on the cart.
6. How much magnitude of force does the cart exert back on Xavier's hand?
A. 4400 N
B. 1.20 N
C. 72.1 N
D. 0.00 N
After 10 seconds, the dirt has achieved a velocity of +3.62 m/s. Xavier is still applying 72.1 Not force on the
cart.
7. Xavier's sister Maria claims that the cart is in dynamic equilibrium. Is Maria correct?
A Maria is correct because the cart is traveling at a constant velocity while experiencing balanced
forces.
B. Maria is correct because the cart's velocity has changed.
C. Maria is incorrect because the cart is traveling at a constant velocity while experiencing
unbalanced forces.
D. Maria is incorrect because the cart's velocity has changed

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Question 6

C. 72.1 N

Its simply the newton Third law, whenever two objects interact, they exert equal and opposite forces on each other.

Question 7

D. Maria is incorrect because the cart's velocity has changed

The car is accelerating so, It is not in dynamic equilibrium. Remember that by the Newton Second Law:

F = ma

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