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    Component Help Please!

    Didn't learn that yet. Do I need to find theta first?
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    Component Help Please!

    What does this question ask for and what do I have to do to get the answer?
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    Find the components for F (AC)?

    I am able to find the components for AC but how do I get the components for AB using the angles? Is there a formula for it?
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    Find the components for F (AC)?

    I have to find the components for F (AC)?
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    Find the components for F (AC)?

    I don't know how to start off. What steps do I have to take to solve this problem? I am completely lost.
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    Tension on string pulling up water

    What if the acceleration is downwards? Would it be T = mg - ma? Does anyone know?
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    Tension on string pulling up water

    Am I supposed to plug in -9.8 since gravity is pulling it down or 9.8 since the negetive is already in the formula for g?
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    Tension on string pulling up water

    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!
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    Average Velocity

    yea sorry. i meant delta x over delta. i still dont no how to do it and its 3 am now! i have to go to sleep. ahhhhh. can someone please help me quick?
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    Average Velocity

    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?
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    Average Velocity

    delta v over delta t. i dont no the velocity for t = 5.
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    Average Velocity

    Does anyone know how to do this? Thanks!
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    Motion help please!

    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!
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    Please Help Me. Thanks!

    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...
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