
#1
Sep2311, 03:43 PM

P: 39

A horizontal force, F, holds the ball steady. Given F = 9.00 N, and theta = 12.00 degrees, calculate the mass of the ball.
I honestly have no idea where to begin. Please help. 



#2
Sep2311, 03:45 PM

P: 767

I'm assuming the ball is on a slope. If so, you can find the component of the weight parallel to the slope, as it will equal the parallel component of the horizontal force.




#3
Sep2311, 03:46 PM

P: 39




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