A 12.0 kg block sits on a frictionless table. On top of this block is placed a 5.00 kg block. The coefficient of static friction between the two blocks is 0.70. a) What is the maximum force that can be applied horizontally to the 5.00 kg block before it slips? b) What is the a...
A 90.0 kg block and a 40.0 kg block are connected by a rope that passes through two (frictionless, massless) pulleys as shown. When released, what is the acceleration of the larger block? What is the tension in the rope?
A box starting from rest, slides down an incline which makes an angle of θ above the horizontal. The incline has a maximum height of h above the platform on which it sits which is itself H above the ground. The box leaves the end of the ramp and platform's edge and fa...
An ice skater slides (without pushing) across a frozen pond for 25.0 m before coming to a stop. If the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.050, how fast was the skater initially moving?
A trough has a trapezoidal cross section with a height of 5 m and horizontal sides of width 2.5 m and 5 m. Assume the length of the trough is 14 m. How much work (in joules) is required to pump the water out of the trough (to the level of the top of the trough) when it is full...
I understand but you didn't put 10(initial height) into any of the equations?
Sally Sue is atop a 10.0 m high platform where she will drop an apple straight down. On the ground below, and 20.0 m (horizontally) away, Betty Lou will shoot an arrow at the apple. If Betty's arrow has a release speed of 25.0 m/s, at what angle must she fire that arrow, a...
Seawater has a bulk modulus of 2.34×109 N/m2. Its density at 5°C is 1030 kg/m3. What is the speed of sound through seawater at this temperature?
kevin had a board that was 5 and 1/4 feet long. while making making a fence, he cut a peice 3 and 3/4 feet long from the board. what was the lenth of the peice of board remained?
List all possible rational zeros of each function. f(x)=4x^5+4x^2-9 Find all rational roots of each function f(x)=2x^3+x^2+8x+4
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