|Apr10-12, 01:49 AM||#1|
Rectilinear Motion Take-Home Exam - DEAD END!
I'm in crisis mode over this take-home exam I have due in 12 hours. I've posted the 4 problems I'm stuck on and ANY help would be a life-saver.
I can get all of them setup, but am completely clueless as to how to actually execute them.
I have a few questions in specific:
[Question 2] To determine the minimum stopping distance, wouldn't I need to know the mass of the block in order to calculate the normal force and, by extension, the force due to static friction?
[Question 5] ......what?
|Apr10-12, 01:55 AM||#2|
|curvilinear motion, dynamics, mechanics, rectilinear motion|
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