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1. A 10 kg wind chime is supported by three cables as shown in the figure below. Find the tension in each
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3. Ethan, Alex, Kaitlyn and Val are playing tug of war with a flag that has a mass of 4 kg. Ethan pulls
to the North, Alex pulls to the South, Kaitlyn pulls to the East and Val pulls to the West.
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4. An African elephant can reach heights of 13 feet is 6000 kg. What is its mass and weight on Earth?
What is its mass and weight on the moon where the acceleration due to gravity is only 1.63 m/s/s?
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Some Problems from physicsclassroom.com Calculator Pad - If you don't know how to do the
problem click on this in the physicsclassroom website - go to the Newtons Law problem set and listen to
the audio guide.
Problem 7
Sophia, whose mass is 52 kg, experienced a net force of 1800 N at the bottom of a roller coaster loop
during her school's physics field trip to the local amusement park. Determine Sophia's acceleration at this
location. Also determine the Fnormal acting on her at this point in time.
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Problem 10
Anna Utical and Noah Formula are experimenting with the effect of mass and net force upon the 01 F
acceleration of a lab cart. They determine that a net force of F causes a cart with a mass of M to YY\
accelerate at 48 cm/s/s. What is the acceleration value of a cart with... - F 11<1 1
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Problem 16
Mira and Tariq are lab partners for the Pulley and Bricks Lab. They have determined that the 2.15-kg brick
is experiencing a forward tension force of 9.54 N and a friction force of 8.69 N as it is accelerated across
the table top. Construct a free body diagram depicting the types of forces acting upon the brick. Then
determine the net force and acceleration of the brick.
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Problem 29
While skydiving, Dee Selerate opens her parachute and her 53.4-kg body immediately accelerates upward
for an instant at 8.66 mis/so Determine the upward force experienced by Dee during this instant.
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