Recitation_06 - Recitation 6 1/10 Phys 218 Physics Topics Kinematics Linear Motion Circular Motion Forces constant acceleration static

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Recitation 6 1/10 Phys 218 Physics Topics Kinematics Linear Motion Circular Motion Forces constant acceleration static equilibrium (no acceleration) centripetal acceleration Work Conservation of Energy
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Recitation 6 2/10 Phys 218 Example 1 A table has a mass of 20 kg. If a person pushes the table with a force of 12 N and the table moves 2 m, how much work is done by the person? W = __________ 30 J
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Recitation 6 3/10 Phys 218 Example 2 A block with a mass of 10 kg is sitting on a ramp as shown. The ramp makes a 30° with the horizontal. If the block moves down the ramp, what is the work done by gravity? W = __________ 679.6 J d = 12 m
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Recitation 6 4/10 Phys 218 Question 1 Consider the following three separate cases with a cart of mass 10 kg. Case 1: the cart is in an elevator which raises the box a height of 10 m Case 2: the cart is pushed up a 45° incline a distance of 10 m Case 3: the cart is pushed horizontally a distance of 10 m
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Recitation_06 - Recitation 6 1/10 Phys 218 Physics Topics Kinematics Linear Motion Circular Motion Forces constant acceleration static

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