A girl is pulling a sled up a hill with a force of 5N. The wind is blowing at her back (uphill) with a force of 15N. The force of gravitity is 20N and friction between her boots and the snow is 5N. What is the net force, including
A car is driving up a hill with a force of 40N. The wind is blowing downhill with a force of 10N. Gravity is affecting th car with a force of 20N. The force of friction is 9N. What is the net force, including direction, of this
A 3kg mass is sliding across a horizontal surface at a constant speed while being pulled by rope with tension 20N held at a 53 degree angle above the horizontal. The force of friction is most nearly A. 30N B. 12N C. 16N D. 20N E.
A 12 kilogram tire is to be pulled by three ropes. One force, F1, has a magnitude of 50N. Orient the other two forces so that the magnitude of the resulting acceleration of the tire is least. And find that magnitude if: F2=30N,
Alright, I can't figure it out, here's the problem. 3. A boy is giving his little sister a ride in the wagon. He pulls with an applied force of 20N. The frictional force against him is 20N and the sled is traveling 2m/s. If the
Newton's second law states that if an object has zero acceleration, the net force acting on it is zero. My question is if you have an object at constant acceleration moving downward is there a net force being applied to it? Does