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Name:______________________________ Section: 9am 11am 2pm 3pm Check this box if your work for this Page 1 of 4 pages. problem continues on Page 4: PHYS 141 - Written Homework #04 Due Date: 11:59pm on Wednesday, February 10, 2016 Black ink is recommended for a clear pdf submission; unclear work cannot receive credit. 1. (8 points) Like problem 4.33, except that the child goes away. Keeping the magnitude of F 1 and F 2 the same, what angle should F 1 make to have the box move in the desired direction? Using that angle, and again using the box’s weight of 840 N , what will the new acceleration be?

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Check this box if your work for this Page 2 of 4 pages. problem continues on Page 4: 2. (4 points) (Based upon 4.19) The largest piece of equipment that an astronaut on Earth can lift has a weight of 392 N

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