hw set 01 - PROBLEM SET 1 Number 1. Given F1 F2 11.42 30...

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PROBLEM SET 1 Number 1. F1 11.42 Given F2 30 Magnitude Resultant X F1 -7.67 F2 20.07 Total 12.41 Totals 1100.14 Answer: 33.17 Angles Resultant X 12.41 Y 30.76 Total 2.48 Radians 1.19 Answer: 68.03 Number 2. X
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-12.41 Newtons Totals ^2 1100.14 Answer: 33.17 Angle Angle in Radians 1.19 Angle in Degrees 68.03 111.97 Answer: -111.97 Number 3. Planet Mass Given: M1 6.75E+05 Kg M2 6.75E+05 Kg M3 6.75E+05 Kg M4 6.75E+05 Kg Find the Magnitude: Magnitudes Force, G = - G*(M1*M2)/(r^2) FM2 FM3 FM4 Constant G = Because we want opposite d negative. Signs Denote direc Now do 180 - angle to get equilibrium Four objects are far away in outer space. each object experiences are the gravitati the other three. Their positions relative to that they form a square with side 871.0 k is 6.75 x 10 5 kg. Find the magnitude and on m 1 . G is approximately equal to 6.67 × 10 −11 N m 2 kg −2 (newtons times metres squared per kilogram squared).
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For This Problem: 6.67E-11 RX = Fm2 + Fm4cos(45) RY = Fm3 + Fm4sin(45) FR = sqrt(Rx^2 + Ry^2) = 7.65e-11
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This note was uploaded on 03/20/2008 for the course PHYSICS 211 taught by Professor K during the Fall '06 term at N.C. State.

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hw set 01 - PROBLEM SET 1 Number 1. Given F1 F2 11.42 30...

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