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Unformatted text preview: For Example: Chapter 4 12. To keep the object in equilibrium, I first found the vector sum of the two forces shown. Then I added a third force that was equal in magnitude, but opposite in direction to that sum. (When all three vectors are added, the net result is zero.) 25. To create a force vs. time graph from the acceleration graph, I used Newtons second Law to determine the force at each moment in time. Chapter 6 10. Once the spheres have left the table, they would be experiencing constant acceleration. I used the kinematic equation for horizontal position to compare the horizontal distances that the spheres moved. I used the kinematic equation for vertical position to compare the times that the spheres were in flight....
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