# A 1 N Apple Falls to the Ground the Apple Hits the Ground with an Impact Force of about?

The impact force felt by a 1 N apple when its falls to the ground, depends on the height up from which the apple was to begin with. In this case the impact force should be 1N multiplied by the height.
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 it depends on how high up the apple was to begin with. PotentialEnergy= Mass * Gravity * Hieght. so in this case 1N * Height. http://wiki.answers.com/Q/How_much_impact_force_is...
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 a) v = sqrt(2*g*h) p = m*v. b) None. Due to the size of the Earth, the small change in momentum would be insignificant. Here's the problem with trying to figure out the momentum change http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=200903...
 Hello, Change in momentum = Force * time of impact. Change in momentum = m*V2 - m*V1 and V1 = 0 m/s, so change in momentum = m * V2. m * V2 = F * t. t = m * V2/F. t = 5 kg * -15 m http://answers.yahoo.com/question/index?qid=201111...
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The force of an apple hitting the ground depends on the speed of the apple just before it hits; the time of impact with the ground; and whether or not the apple ...