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Hi, I was working on a homework problem and could not resolve it. The problem reads as follows:
A ladder that weighs 240N rests against a frictionless wall at an angle of 60 degrees from the ground. A 600-N man stands on the ladder three-fourths of the distance from the...
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Here is the problem question:
A bowling ball rolling at 8 m/s begins to move up an inclined plane. What height does it reach?
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The equation that I used was the formula relating...
Hi, I was working on a problem and I am having trouble in being able to solve this problem. The difficulty is that the question only presents not enough data to find the answers that it asks for.
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A wheel whose moment of inertia is...
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The problem that I was working on and was not able to resolve. This is the problem straight from the book:
12.13) The sprocket wheel on the rear axle of a certain bicycle is 10 cm diameter, and the sprocket wheel to which the pedals are attached is 20 cm in diameter...
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I am working on a direct current circuit and in the problem it has two power sources (batteries), three loads (resistances) and three circuit pathways. Two of the resistances are on the same path. The batteries are shown with their voltages in emf and not their terminal...