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December 5, 2013

# Posts by QUESTION

Total # Posts: 93

Physics
ok with correct sig figs (a) 13.7 m^-1 kg

Physics
ok for (a) 13.719 m^-1 kg

Physics
ok how is this for (a) 8.2 x 10^-14 m^-1 kg

Physics
ok fixing answer for (a)

Physics
wait I think i got it lol can you tell me if my answer for (a) is right???

Physics
this one is kind of hard A bicyclist can coast down a 7.0 degree hill at a steady 9.5 h^-1 km. If the drag force is proportional to teh square fo the speed v, so that Fd = cv^2, calculate (a) the value fo teh constant c and (b) the average force that must be applied in order t...

Physics
when resolving gravity into components Fg (x component) = Fg sin theta when you get the units you get Newton times a degree how come we just ignore the degree for example if it was 9 N you wouldnt say 9 N (degrees) why not? How do the degrees just magically dissapear not to me...

physics
oh wow... Thanks!!!

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if you do this t=ã(2S/a)=10/5.886=1.303 s. your doing teh full distance 10 m instead of 5 m right??? so why would you double it

physics
I did that

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