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12.173 - which block B rises Prob 12–172 Answers...

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Physics Question: Relative Motion - Dynamics - Lifesaver http://answerboard.cramster.com/physics-topic-5-168805-0.aspx 1 of 1 5/22/2008 1:48 AM Home Homework Help Answer Board Study Blog You Are Here: Home > Answer Board > Physics > Topic: Relative Motion - Dynamics - Lifesaver Member's Topic Headline: Relative Motion - Dynamics - Lifesaver Know the answer? Have a better solution? Share it. Get Help Now. View homework problems explained for free! Member Testimonials Question: Advertisement: Answer | Ask New Question | Customize Profile | Leaderboards | FAQ Roman8r Scholar Karma Points: 296 (Oregon State University) Respect (96%): Date Posted: 1/20/2008 12:41:54 AM Status: Live Relative Motion - Dynamics - Lifesaver Course Textbook Chapter Problem N/A Engineering Mechanics - Dynamics, Hibbler 12 172 Question Details: If the end of the cable at A is pulled down with a speed of 2 m/s, determine the speed at
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Unformatted text preview: which block B rises. Prob. 12–172 Answers: sachidananda Novice Karma Points: 30 Date Posted: 1/20/2008 12:52:52 AM Status: Live Asker's Rating: Lifesaver Response: As the point A is moving down with a velocity of 2m/s, C is moving up with a velocity of 2m/s. The centre of the pulley is fixed or not moving. Therefore, B is moving up with vel. of 1m/s. Because vel(B) = (Vel(C) + Vel (center of pulley) )/ 2 By reading or posting messages on these forums, you are agreeing to the Answer Board's Terms of Service and Conduct (TSC) . About Cramster | Terms of Use | Privacy Policy | Contact Us | Site Map | Support Cramster.com is not affiliated with any publisher. Book covers, title and author names appear for reference only. Copyright © 2007 Cramster, Inc....
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