A bird feeder is hanging off of a branch by 3 ropes. Rope1 and Rope2 are tied to the branch and both conect to rope3. Rope3 is conected to the birdfeeder. Rope 1 is 60 degrees of the branch and rope2 is 30 degrees.
Symbolicly find the tensions of all of the ropes.
We know that the tension...
The problem was pretty simple i thought, but according to the book i get the wrong answer. I think i might be approching the problem wrong.
"In the drawing, the weight of the block on the table(block1) is 422N and that of the hanging block(block2) is 185N. Ignoring all frictional effects and...
i might be able to help
Im pretty new to physics myself. But I think i will be able to help you, but I am not sure if i am right.
First i think we have to find the x component of the intial velocity. We find this by noticing the shuttle angle of attack is 40. So with the laws of trig we use...