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    Pulling box at an angle

    its a 2D problem and no the force is at an angle to the plane. its being pulled along the x axis.
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    Pulling box at an angle

    when you pull a box at an angle is it accelerating in the y direction? I would think it is since there is now an unbalanced force in the y direction.
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    Centripital force

    Thanx that sounds good...:)
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    Centripital force

    If that's so than how does one oppose the other???
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    Centripital force

    That sounds right however I get confused as to which direction the forces are in? It seems as though friction and centripetal frce are in the same direction?
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    Centripital force

    Thanx. But how do I know if it is enough to keep it in a circle. I've worked a problem out have all the values but don't know how much force is enough. The problem I have is asking if the frictional force is enough to keep going in circular motion. I've calculated all tha values just not sure...
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    Centripital force

    How do you calculate how much frictional force is required or centripital force to keep an object in circular motion.
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