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Unformatted text preview: A tetherball leans against the post to which it is attached. The string is attached to the ball such that a line along the string passes through the center of the ball. The string to 1atl'lich the ball is attached has length 1.50 III- and the hall's radius is l[L111 m. and has a mass of 02H kg. Neglect an}.r friction between the ball and the pole. 1What is the tension in the rope? Take the free fall acceleration to he 9 = 9.81} mfflz. ITIEI' .EII'I'EINEIIE E.I1CI'I.‘.' answer review part W'hat is the force the pole exests on the ball? Take the free fall acceleration to he 9 = 9.81} mfaz. Tryfigain; 7 attempts remaining ITIEI' .EII'I'EINEIIE E-I1CI'.‘.' -EI|'I‘5'.'.'E'F raided»: part ...
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