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Unformatted text preview: rces) ac>ng on you. F (tension in rope) F (pulling on the rope)? 2/17/2014 PHYS- 2010 F (fric>on with floor) 4 Consider an Everyday Occurrence Draw the free- body diagrams (i.e. forces) ac>ng on you. F (tension in rope) F (Normal) F (fric>on with floor) F 2/17/2014 (gravity) Any other forces ac>ng on you? PHYS- 2010 5 Room Frequency BA Clicker QuesEon What is the direc>on of the fric>on force ac>ng on the sumo wrestler’s feet? A) Le^ B) Down C) Right D) Up F (tension in rope) F (Normal...
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