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Unformatted text preview: • Why is the component of mg along the yaxis –mgcosθ mg mg sin θ θ θ mg cos N a x y Inclined Planes • Why is the component of mg along the xaxis: –mgsinθ • Why is the component of mg along the yaxis: –mgcosθ mg mg sinθ θ mg cosθ N a x y Inclined Planes • Why is the component of mg along the xaxis: –mgsinθ • Why is the component of mg along the yaxis: –mgcosθ mg mg sinθ θ mg cosθ N a x y Inclined Planes • Why is the component of mg along the xaxis: –mgsinθ • Why is the component of mg along the yaxis: –mgcosθ mg mg sinθ θ mg cosθ N a x y sinθ = cosθ = opposite hypotenuse adjacent hypotenuse...
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 Spring '06
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 Physics, Addition, Cartesian Coordinate System, Acceleration, sinθ

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