|Feb14-05, 10:24 AM||#1|
Need help: car shocks
I have this little problem in my physics class and I need some help.When a car rolls over a hill, which forces are applied to determine if the car will jump or stick to the road. I know there's gravity, no acceleration (constant speed) and I need to consider the four shocks of the car as one. I'd need a differential equation out of that.
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