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(c) Draw a force diagram for the block. (4 points) (:1) Obtain the magnitude ofthe force 17“. (6 points)
(e) If the force is removed, what will be the acceleration of the block? (b) Magnitude of force = Me M (8) Diagram
(d) Magnitude of force = 01b M
(e) Acceleration = ~ Q43 M )3: ——_—___*__ (a) uraw me Ieree diagrams or me two masses. u: 13011115) (h) (b) What is the acceleration of 11:11? (6 points). (0) (e) What is the acceleration of 1112?( 1 point) ((1) (d) What is the speed w of In] just before it hits the ﬂoer? (6 points)
(e) Find the time t is takes for In! to hit the ﬂoor. ( 6 points) @Diagram
(b) aefm1= 33"“1’31 ‘ ' Will the bicyclist be able to take the; turn? Explain. (6 points)
(6) Repeat part (d) for p5 = 0.15.. (a) Force diagram (3)
(b) PM = 5% 00 H (6)
(c) fs= Q00 N w. on. 99:: u (6)
((1) Take tum with 11AJ = 0.35? (6)
(SHOW YOUR WORK IN DETAIL FOR
CREDIT) (6) Take turn with p5 = 0.35? (4) ﬁg WI —i——» a l
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(c) velocity v = ((1) Work done by horse in 1 hour = (6) Work done by all forces in 1 hour = ...
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This note was uploaded on 06/10/2011 for the course PHYS 107 taught by Professor Iashvili during the Spring '10 term at SUNY Buffalo.
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