# The velocity of a snail changes from stationary to 0.01m/s in 5 seconds. The mass of this snail is 0.05kg. Calculate the acceleration of the force produced by this snail? A #10^-2#N B #10^-3#N C #10^-4#N D #10^-5#N

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Using F=ma still doesnt get the answers...

Using F=ma still doesnt get the answers...

C

Using the following kinematic expression

Now using the following expression to calculate force

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The acceleration of the force produced by the snail is ( 10^{-2} , \text{N} ), so the correct answer is A.

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