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Unformatted text preview: not the net force on the swimmer. The net force is the forward propulsive force minus the illustrated drag force.) (a) At what point in the cycle is the acceleration largest? (Describe in terms of what the swimmer is doing.) (b) What is the swimmer doing when the acceleration is large and neg-ative? (c) Name two different parts of the cycle when the water resistance force is larger than the forward propulsive force. (d) Estimate quantitatively the maximum acceleration. Hint: Read v and t from the top graph. . Week 3 Warmup Questions Submit answers by midnight Sunday April 13. 1. Warmup question for April 15. In karate, how do you break a board without getting hurt? 2. Warmup question for April 17. In rock climbing, why is it easier to climb a vertical chimney (a narrow opening with two walls) than a single rock face that is less steep? 1 2...
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