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7. A cart like the one we use in lab accelerates down a 20° incline (and since the wheels are smooth, ignore friction for now). Break the force of gravity into components (leave mass as m for now), find the cart’s acceleration, and determine how long it should take the cart to get 75 cm down the track.

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