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1. a) *Multiply the tension (N) times the cos of the angle *Multiply the number you just got by the distance (m) b) *Multiply the tension (N) times the distance (m) 2. *Multiply the tension (N) times the distance (m) 3. *Multiply the length (km) times 1000 *Multiply the number you just got times the cos of the angle *Multiply the number you just got times the tension (N) *Multiply the number you just got by 2 4. a) *Multiply the force (N) times the cos of the angle *Multiply the number you just got times the distance (m) b) *Multiply the force (N) times the sin of the angle *Subtract the number you just got away from the weight force (weight force is mass (kg) times 9.8) *Multiply the number you just got times .2 *Multiply the number you just got times the distance (m) *Put the negative sign in from of the number you just got 5. *Multiply the force (N) times the distance (m) *Multiply the number you just got by 2 *Divide the number you just got by the mass (kg) of the arrow *Take the square root of the number you just got 6. Step 1 *Square the speed (m/s) *Multiply the distance (kg) times 1000 *Multiply the number you just got times the force (N) *Multiply the number you just got times negative 2 *Divide the number you just got by the mass (kg) *Add Step 1 to the number you just got *Take the square root of the number you just got

7. a) Step 1 *Square the initial speed

*Multiply .047 times 19.6 *Multiply the number you just got times the height (m) *Multiply the number you just got times negative 1 *Divide the number you just got by .047 *Add Step 1 to the number you just got *Multiply the number you just got times .047 *Divide the number you just got by 2 b) Step 1 *Subtract the height (m) given in part b away from the height (m) given in the problem Step 2 *Square the initial speed *Multiply .047 times 19.6 *Multiply the number you just got times Step 1 *Multiply the number you just got times negative 1 *Divide the number you just got by .047 *Add Step 2 to the number you just got *Take the square root of the number you just got 8. Step 1 *Square the speed (m/s) *Multiply the height (m) times 19.6 *Multiply the number you just got times negative 1 *Add Step 1 to the number you just got *Take the square root of the number you just got 9. Two pole-vaulters just clear the bar at the same height. The first lands at a speed of 1.9.70 m/s, while the second lands at a speed of 2.8.40 m/s. The first vaulter clears the bar at a speed of 3.5.00 m/s. Ignore air resistance and friction and determines the speed at which the second vaulter clears the bar. Step 1 *Square the value for 1. (9.70) = (94.09) Step 2 *Square the value for 2. (8.40) = (70.56) Step 3 *Square the value for 3. (5.00) = (25) *Step 3 minus Step 1 *Add Step 2 to the number you just got *Take the square root of the number you just got

10. Step 1 *Square the time (s) then multiply that times 4.9

*Divide the distance (m) by the time (s) *Square the number you just got *Divide the number you just got by 19.6 *Add Step 1 to the number you just got 11. *Divide the radius (m) by 2 12. a) *Square the initial speed (m/s) *Divide the number you just got by 19.6 b) *Square the initial speed (m/s) *Multiply the number you just got times the mass (kg) *Divide the number you just got by 2 *Divide the number you just got by the maximum height (m) *Subtract number you just got away from the weight force (Weight force is mass (kg) times 9.8) (NOTE: if you end up with a negative answer just drop the negative sign and make it positive) 13. Do part b first a) *Multiply the answer you got in part b times the mass (kg) *Multiply the number you just got times 9.8 b) Step 1 *square the final speed Step 2 *square the initial speed Step 3 *multiply the mass (kg) times 9.8 *Step 1 minus Step 2 *Multiply the number you just got times the mass (kg) *Divide the number you just got by 2 *Add 185 to the number you just got *Divide the number you just got Step 3 c) The answer is below 14. Step 1 *multiply mass (kg) times 9.8 times the bigger height (m) Step 2 *multiply mass (kg) times 9.8 times the smaller height (m) *Step 1 minus Step 2 *subtract 10000 away from the number you just got 15. *Multiply 6.28 times the radius (m)

*Multiply the number you just got times the force (N) *Divide the number you just got by the time (s) 16. The answer is 3600000 17. a) The answer is 3 b) The answer is 0 c) The answer is -9 18. *Multiply the mass (kg) times 9.8 *Multiply the number you just got by the height (m) *Divide the number you just got by 400 19. a) The answer is 150 b) *Multiply 150 times 2 *Divide the number you just got by the mass (kg) *Take the square root of the number you just got 20. *Square the speed (m/s) *Multiply the answer you just got by the mass (kg) *Divide the answer you just got by 2 *Subtract the answer you just got away from 97000 *Divide the answer you just got by the mass (kg) *Divide the answer you just got by 9.8 21. Applied Force *Multiply the force (N) times 7 Friction Force *Multiply the mass (kg) times 17.15 * Put the negative sign in front of the answer you just got Normal Force The answer is 0 Gravity The answer is 0 THESE EXPLANATIONS BROUGHT TO YOU BY:

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