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  1. The screenshot below shows the horizontal forces applied on a fridge of mass 202.5 Kg. If the fridge starts from rest, what is the time required to reach the limit speed of simulation?Example.png
  2. After analyzing the position and velocity of an object in circular motion you obtained the following table of values for the vertical velocity as a function of time. Screen Shot 2020-06-14 at 8.07.21 PM.png

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O Acceleration
Friction
None
Lots
Friction Force
255N
50ON
Applied Force
Applied Force
500 Newtons
-500
500
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obtained the following table of values for the vertical velocity as a function of
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location. A plot of these points should show a clear linear trend. Use this fit to
obtain an estimate of the magnitude of the centripetal acceleration of the object.
Since this is a magnitude, the answer is a positive number.

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