Part i now consider this applet where the two blocks

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Part INow considerthis applet, where the two blocks have different masses. First, take your formula from Part G and plug inthe values you see on the applet when it starts up. You will also need to useand. Yourexpression should give you an odd answer, and if you run the applet you will see some odd behavior.Which of the following statements describes an error made in both your expression and the applet in modeling thissituation. You can change the values and run it again to help you determine just what the error is.Check all that apply.= 5.0kgmrg= 10m/s2,mgμkμkm/s2mg=mrmg
10/18/15, 9:19 PMOL07Block on an Incline Adjacent to a WallA wedge with an inclination of anglerests next to a wall. A block of massis sliding down the plane, as shown. There isno friction between the wedge and the block or between the wedge and the horizontal surface.
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Term
Spring
Professor
Hardy
Tags
Force, Friction, Work, Normal Force

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