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Unformatted text preview: Block on a Ramp, Example with Fric2on •  Axes are rotated as usual on an incline •  The direc2on of impending mo2on would be down the plane •  Fric2on acts up the plane –  Opposes the mo2on •  Apply Newton’s Laws and solve equa2ons Connected Objects •  Apply Newton’s Laws separately to each object •  The magnitude of the accelera2on of both objects will be the same •  The tension is the same in each diagram •  Solve the simultaneous equa2ons Other Types of Fric2on •  Fric2on between the moving car’s wheel...
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