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Can someone please help me with the question. Thanks.
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think about newtons third law of motion and how the jetpack expels water out.
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think about newtons third law of motion and how the jetpack expels water out.
There is an equal force of water going up as there is when the water is being forced down. Also the forces exerted are equal and opposite and tbe jetpack would accelerate up due to the same sized forces.
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There is an equal force of water going up as there is when the water is being forced down. Also the forces exerted are equal and opposite and tbe jetpack would accelerate up due to the same sized forces.
include how the equilibrium reached.
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include how the equilibrium reached.
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How many marks would i get out of 3 for this?
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Can you also check my homework question on the thread physics homework.
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How many marks would i get out of 3 for this?
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Thanks for the help.
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I would assume that you have looked into the mark scheme (ms) for this question. You may want to look into this physics StackExchange thread where the people discuss the “real physics” behind jetpack.
https://physics.stackexchange.com/qu...-jet-pack-work


I have a feeling that the mechanism behind jetpack is similar to backward reaction force on U-shaped hose. There have been a few misconceptions on the backward reaction force on a hose.
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