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1. The box on thejfi'ictionless ramp is helÿat rely the tension force. The mass of the
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(1) A 0.150 kg baseball is thrown upward with an initial speed of 20 m/s.
(a) What is the force on the ball when it reaches half of its maximum height? (neglect air)
(b) What is the force on the ball when it reaches its peak?
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(2) The diagram on the right shows the two
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(3) A climber of mass 70 kg slides down a rope while holding on tightly to produce a frictional
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(6) A 25 kg box rests on an inclined plan; which makes a 200 angle with the horizontal.
(a) Calculate the force that tends to make the box slide down the incline.
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Find the resultant of a 40 N force and a 30 N force that act at 200 to each other. What would
decreasing that angle do to the resultant?
(10) A boat being towed through a canal by means of ropes which make a 45o angle to each
other. If a force of 75 N is applied to each rope, what is the resultant force pulling the boat
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The cart and rider have a combined mass of 150 kg.
The horse has a mass of 230 kg.
The horse pulls on the cart with 75 Newtons of force.
1. Draw and label a force diagram for the cart to the left of the picture and for the horse to the right
of the picture. Add quantitative values for as many forces as possible.
2, What is a possible numerical value for how hard the cart pulls back on the horse? Explain why,
3. What is a possible numerical value for the forward force on the horse? Explain why,
4. What is a possible numerical value for the friction force on the cart? Explain why,
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