application of force in different directions


by gullyb
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gullyb
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Feb27-13, 08:29 PM
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hi i was wondering how would the results be different if we were to apply a force below the horizontal at a certain angle rather than above the horizontal.
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Feb27-13, 08:56 PM
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What are you talking about? What results? What force?

You should probably start over (and in the homework section if this is homework)


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