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8 Newton's Second Law

# 8 Newton's Second Law - g=~10 m/s 2 to fill in the blanks...

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Three pictures of equal weight (20 N) are hung by wires in three different orientations. In which orientation are the wires least likely to break?
A car is moving toward the right. Then a force is applied causing the force diagram to look as shown below. Draw the position vs. time graph.

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Use the approximation that g=~10 m/s 2 to fill in the blanks in the following diagram. F air on block = _______ N F Earth on block = _______ N m = 80 kg a = 2.0 m/s 2 down
Use the approximation that g=~10 m/s 2 to fill in the blanks in the following diagram. F string1 on block = ___ N F Earth on block = ___ N m = 80 kg a = 0.0 m/s 2 120° F string2 on block = ____ N

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Use the approximation that

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Unformatted text preview: g=~10 m/s 2 to fill in the blanks in the following diagram. N table on block = ___ N F Earth on block = ___ N m = 8 kg f table on block = ___ N μ = 0.50 30° F person on block = 60 N Use the approximation that g=~10 m/s 2 to fill in the blanks in the following diagram. N table on block = 50 N F Earth on block = 80 N m = 8 kg a = ___ m/s 2 f table on block = 40 N μ = 0.50 30° F person on block = 60 N Use the approximation that g=~10 m/s 2 to fill in the blanks in the following diagram. T string = ____ N a = 25 m/s 2 right μ = 0.20 F person on 6block = ____ N 3 kg 6 kg...
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