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Hi again, Can anyone help me with the physics problem I posted earlier today (Sunday) at 3:47 p.m. I would really appreciate it!!Thanks!

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    I did. (see previous post). Sorry we missed it earlier. The problem may be more complicated than your teacher realizes.

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    Thank you so VERY much!

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