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*divide the constant net force by the mass (kg) of the plane * multiply the number you just got by the pilot’s mass (kg) 2. *divide the velocity (m/s) by the time (s) * multiply the number you just got by the mass of the fist 3. *multiply the speed (m/s) by 1.41 4. *multiply the length (m) of the cannon by 2 * divide the number just got by the time (s) squared * multiply the number you just got by the mass of the human cannon ball 5. (a)* take the square root of 60 times 60 plus 40 times 40 * divide the number you just got by the mass (kg) of the object (b)* use tangent inverse of 60 divided by 40 6. (a) *take the number that F1 equals to and multiply that by the cos of the angle *subtract the number you just got from F2 * divide the number you just got by the mass (kg) of the object (b) *the direction is left 7. too easy! No explanation 8. *multiply the mass (kg) of the rock by 9.8 *subtract the number you just got by the magnitude of air resistance *divide the number you just got by the mass (kg) of the rock 9. Do Part (b) First (a) *multiply the mass (kg) of the person by the acceleration *add the number you just got to the answer in part (b) (b) *multiply the mass (kg) of the person by 9.8 (c) *multiply the mass (kg) of the person by the acceleration * subtract the number you just got from the answer in part (b) 10. (a) *multiply the mass (kg) of the crate by 9.8 *multiply the number you just got by the coefficient of static friction (b) *multiply the mass (kg) of the crate by 9.8 *multiply the number you just got by the coefficient of kinetic friction

11. (a) *multiply the mass (kg) of the box by 9.8 * multiply the number you just got by the coefficient of kinetic friction (b) * multiply the mass (kg) of the box by the acceleration times the coefficient of friction * add the number you just got to the answer in part (a) (c) * multiply the mass (kg) of the box by the acceleration times the coefficient of friction * subtract the number you just got from the answer in part (a) 12. *multiple the weight of the steel beam by 1000 * divide the number you just got by 2 times the sin of the angle 13. (a) *divide the weight of the helicopter by the cos of the angle (b) *multiply the number you get in part (a) by the sin of the angle 14. too easy! No explanation 15. (a) *multiply the mass (kg) of the sailboat by the acceleration (b) *multiply the number you just got in part (a) by the tangent of the angle * take the number you just got and divide it by the answer you got in part (a) using inverse tangent 16. too easy! No explanation 17.*multiply the force (N) with which the passenger is pulling by the cos of the angle * subtract the friction force from the number you just got * divide the number you just got by the mass of the suitcase 18. 1.*Multiply the mass (kg) of the log by 9.8 times the sin of the angle 2.* Multiply the mass (kg) of the log by the acceleration 3.*Multiply the coefficient of kinetic friction by the mass of the log times 9.8 times cos of the angle *Now add up the numbers you got in 1, 2 and 3 THESE EXPLANATIONS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

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