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What is the impulse on a striker for a variable applied horizontal force.

The problem requires making use of the fact that impulse for such situation is calculated by multiplying the variable force with dt and then integrating between the time intervals when the force is applied.

The second part of the problem requires us to find the impulse for time zero to the time when the force is zero. This therefore requires us to find the time when force becomes zero and then doing the required integration

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