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December 9, 2013

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How do i find the acceleration though

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Given the following forces acting on an object find the net force: 2.0N[N], 10N[S], 2.0N[W], 8.0N[E] The mass is 5.1 kg with the net force find the objects acceleration

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Two children on the beach are pulling on an inner tube. One exerts a force of 45 N[N]. The other exerts a force of 60N[SW]. What is the net force acting on the tube

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Two children on the beach are pulling on an inner tube. One exerts a force of 45 N[N]. The other exerts a force of 60N[SW]. What is the net force acting on the tube

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Two children on the beach are pulling on an inner tube. One exerts a force of 45 N[N]. The other exerts a force of 60N[SW]. What is the net force acting on the tube

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Two children on the beach are pulling on an inner tube. One exerts a force of 45 N[N]. The other exerts a force of 60N[SW]. What is the net force acting on the tube

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Two children on the beach are pulling on an inner tube. One exerts a force of 45 N[N]. The other exerts a force of 60N[SW]. What is the net force acting on the tube

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The force of gravity at Earth's surface on an astronaut is 634N. What is the force of gravity on the same person at each of the following distances, in multiples of Earth's radius, from the centre of Earth? A)2 B)5 C)10 D)17.2

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The mass of Earth can be calculated using the fact that the weight of an object (in newtons) is equal to the force of gravity between the object and Earth. Given that the radius of Earth is 6.4*10^6m , determine its mass

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Any my text book for the 12.0kg steel ball it says the answer is 1.2*10^2N, not 117.6N how did they get that answer?

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