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December 9, 2013

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Let ->V1= -6.1 ihat + 8.0 jhat and ->V2 = -4.8 jhat + 4.2 ihat. Determine the direction of ->V1 counterclockwise from the +x direction Determine the direction of ->V2 counterclockwise from the +x direction

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If Vx= 8.00 units and Vy= -6.40 unis, determine (a)the magnitude and (b)direction of ->V(vector) b) theta= ______ degrees below the positive x-axis.

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please h t t p : / / w w w . j i s k h a . c o m / d i s p l a y . c g i ? i d = 1 2 5 2 8 9 5 3 6 7

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this is from that white book that i'm also using... the odd answers in the book are in the back in which this problem is one I belive

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At t= 0, a particle starts from rest at x= 0, y= 0, and moves in the xy plane with an acceleration ->a (vector) = (4.0ihat+ 3.0jhat)m/s^2. Assume t is in seconds. Determine the x component of velocity as a function of time t. Determine the y component of velocity as a funct...

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can you walk me through this problem At what distance from teh Earth will a spacecraft on the way to the Moon esperience zero net force due to these two bodies because the EArth and Mon pull with equal and opposite forces? mass of earth = m1 = 5.98 E 24 kg mass of moon = m2 = ...

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I have no idea how to do this problem At what distance from teh Earth will a spacecraft on the way to the Moon esperience zero net force due to these two bodies because the EArth and Mon pull with equal and opposite forces? there\'s no data in the question to use

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we can say that the force of gravity is equal to mass times acceleration were the acceleration is equal to gravity sense gravity is an acceleration because of newtons second law force = mass times acceleration hence Fg = mass times acceleration Fg = mass times gravity Fg = mg ...

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Calculate the acceleration due to gravity on the moon. The moon\'s radius is about 1.74 E 6 m and its mass is 7.35 E 22 kg ok aparently there\'s an easier way to do this I applied Newtons second law in the radial direction net force radial = m (radial acceleration) = F...

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If this question is asking for the normal force i got 100 n but i\'m not sure that is what it is asking for

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