Posted by **Pertunia** on Saturday, February 2, 2013 at 9:43am.

A man pulls a lawnmower with a mass of 50 kilogram accross a lawn, its pulling force is 400 newtons at angle of 50 degrees with a horizontal line.(a) resolve the force into two components , one parallel to the ground and one perpendicular to the ground .(b) explain why it is easier to pull the lawnmower than to push it.

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