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# PotW_5_Spring2012 - ius R = 18 m at a constant speed v = 12...

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PHYS 172 Pr An automobile (and its occup curved dip in the road of radi analysis, you can neglect air r the system of interest. Calculate the force exerted by the derivative form of the mo roblem of the Week 5 – Spring 2012 pants) of total mass M = 2200 kg, is moving thro
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Unformatted text preview: ius R = 18 m at a constant speed v = 12 m/s. For resistance. Consider the automobile (and its occ y the road on the system (car and its occupants). omentum principle and show all your work. 2 ough a r this cupants) as ). Start from...
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