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suddenry brakes the car, the passenger who

force of the seat belt and the time interval of the

distance of 0.5 m. what is the average pulling

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between the passenger and the seat of the car']

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Time interval

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c The tension in the string is balanced by an to move in a circular path'

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material?

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inner and outer surface of the door are 0 'C and 30 "C respectively. What is the heat flow

through the door in one minute?

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horizontal.

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The swing with a cable length of 8.0 m and a boy with a mass of 70.0 kg, including the chair

he is sitting on, are swung from the edge of a rotating disc with a radius of 5.0 m. The boy is

moved in a horizontal circular path with the cable making an angle of inclination 50' with

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horizontally to the steel ball.

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temperature is maintained at 18.0 "C. In order to reduce heat loss, the contractor applied

plaster with a thickness of 15.0 mm on the inside surface of the wall of the house. Assuming

that the outside and inside temperatures of the house are constant, calculate

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