What is an equation for ForceNet?


by NinoBrown
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NinoBrown
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Jan30-04, 11:54 AM
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what is an equation for ForceNet?
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Jan30-04, 11:59 AM
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Fnet = m x a
JessicaB04
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Jan30-04, 04:24 PM
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Fnet=EFx(squared)+ EFy(squared)

EFx= the sum of all forces in the x
EFy= the sum of all forces in the y

kishtik
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Jan31-04, 07:44 AM
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What is an equation for ForceNet?


Originally posted by JessicaB04
Fnet=EFx(squared)+ EFy(squared)

EFx= the sum of all forces in the x
EFy= the sum of all forces in the y
I'm afraid this is wrong. Fnet too had to be squared. (Pythagoras Theorem)
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Jan31-04, 08:34 AM
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i forgot to put that its the square root of EFx(squares) + EF(squared)
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