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Posted by **Lindsay** on Tuesday, December 4, 2007 at 9:43pm.

I don't know how to do these equations in which they want you to find speed. A little help would be much appreciated.

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**Damon**, Tuesday, December 4, 2007 at 10:24pmThis is a lot like your previous problem.

There is a force 10.4 cos 27.5 or 9.22 N horizontal from the cord.

There is a force 10.4 sin 27.5 or 4.80 N up from the cord

The force the block exerts down on the floor is the weight - the pull up from the cord

m g - 4.80 N

= 5.70(9.8) - 4.8 = 51.06 N normal to floor

So the friction force = .1 (51.06) = 5.11 N friction force

the net horizontal force on the block is therefore

9.22 - 5.11 = 4.11 N

now do F = m a

4.11 = 5.70 a

a = .721 m/s^2

initial speed o is 0 we assume

v = 0 + a t = .721 (6.1)= 4.4 m/s

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**Lindsay**, Tuesday, December 4, 2007 at 10:29pmOhh ok great I understand.

Thanks a lot. :)

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