# Question

At a shooting competition, a contestant fires and a 12.0-g bullet leaves the rifle with a muzzle speed of 130 m/s. The bullet hits the thick target backing and stops after traveling 4.00 cm. Assuming a uniform acceleration,

(a) What is the impulse on the target?

(b) What is the average force on the target?

(a) What is the impulse on the target?

(b) What is the average force on the target?

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