|Sep10-06, 08:13 PM||#1|
Horizontal Force - Friction Problem
How would I go about solving this problem?
Do you just ignore the sled and snow friction?
Any help would be great.
|Sep11-06, 03:21 AM||#2|
You can't ignore the sled and snow friction. Please that note that the force you exert of the sled + penguin is not the force experience by the penguin, since part of the force is " filtered" off by friction between the snow and sled.
This should be enough to send you in the right direction :)
Off Topic : Cute Penguin you have BTW
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