A 6-kg of water is being pulled straight up by a string. The upward acceleration of the bucket is constant, with magnitude 3 m/s^2
I need to find Tension. I have a problem getting the formula for this question. Can someone please help me? Thanks!
the thing is it doesnt tell u exactly what the position is at t = 5. it is between 40 - 60 and it said not to eyeball it. i thought it was 45 and i used it in the formula and got 6.3 and got the wrong answer. so what should i do now?
I really don't get this. Can you please help me? The questions are in the picture. The homework is due early in the morning. I keep getting the wrong answers and everytime it is wrong I lose points. Thanks a lot!
Like any loan, the government accrues interest that compounds over time on the amount it owes. If the annual interest rate is r, then the number of years it takes for the amount of money owed to increase by a factor of x is
Y=1/r ln(x)
where ln is the natural logarithm.
The average...