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    Finding how long a collision lasts

    Wouldn't it have only traveled .67 m?
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    Finding how long a collision lasts

    Homework Statement In a crash test, a truck with mass 2000 kg traveling at 23 m/s smashes head-on into a concrete wall without rebounding. The front end crumples so much that the truck is 0.67 m shorter than before. Homework Equations About how long does the collision last? (That is, how long...
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    Forces with Tension and pulleys

    Thanks for the help! The only thing I screwed up was the first part. It was 356N. For some reason I divided it by 4, but everything else was right.
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    Forces with Tension and pulleys

    And for the last part I am a little stumped. The additional force would be to the right, but I can not figure out how to actually show that.
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    Forces with Tension and pulleys

    Oh, so for 1) the Tension should just be 89N each. And then for 3) the u_k = Tension in E/ mg.
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    Forces with Tension and pulleys

    Homework Statement I had a set of old concrete steps, with a mass of about 2.5 metric tonnes (i.e., 2500 kg), which needed to be dragged across the yard. One way to make the job easier was to rig a block-and-tackle, which consisted of two pulleys. I used a thick rope to tie one pulley to the...
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