all right im going to try and hyperlink this video into this if it doesnt work just cut and paste into the url. http://www.flixxy.com/golf-ball-slow-motion.htm. this is an awesome video!!! i wonder what the impulse is? i will get back to you guys with that!
A beast well known throughout the world as much for its sheer power and majesty as it is for its elusiveness. Dragons mass in at around 1200 kg roughly twenty times the size of a normal human. On earth, were the acceleration due to gravity is equal to 9.81 m/s^2. The dragon therefore has inertia of 1200. The equation for force is F=Ma or force= mass* acceleration. Therefore the dragons downward force is1200kg*9.81m/s^2. this works out to equal 11772N. That’s a lot of force for one drag
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