I wonder why did I get two different answers for m2 using two different approaches? The correct answer is m1=3kg, m2=7kg.
So pleases if someone can take a look.
Also can someone suggest how am I supposed to find the force that dynamometer is showing?
I was thinking that it equals (m1+m2)*g...
Apparently body A has greater acceleration and I don't get why. Can someone please explain.
It's stated to take g=10/s^2.
Both bodies have same mass.
Nothing about rope elasticity is added, and nothing about the pulley. So I assumed they are both massless, and no friction between them.
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After 3,32 seconds, vt should have varied by 0,695*3,32. I have done a previous exercise where you only needed to calculate the radial acceleration in this scenario. There, I took the vt after the given time, squared it and then divided with the radius. I remember clearing that one, so in this...
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I tried splitting the forces up into F1 and F2 making Newtons second law equation into F1+F2=ma. Then I added over the the first force given. multiply the mass to the acceleration terms to get F2= (m*ai + m*aj) - F1
I'm not sure where to start, when I tired using integration of the initial equation to get pos(t)=-.65t^2 i + .13t^2 j + 14ti +13tj but after separating each component, i and j, and setting j equal to zero I got 0 or -100 seconds which doesn't seem like a reasonable answer.
The variation with time t of the acceleration a of an object is shown
What is the change in velocity of the object from ##t=0## to ##t=6##?
A. ##6ms^{-1}##
B. ##8ms^{-1}##
C. ##10ms^{-1}##
D. ##14ms^{-1}##
So apparently the answer is B, which I am having trouble reconciling.
Using methods...
Distance= (Intial Velocity + Final Velocity / 2) Time
0.75 = (0+75 / 2) Time
0.75 = (37.5) Time
0.02 seconds = Time
Acceleration = (Final Velocity + Intial Velocity) / Time
Acceleration = (75 - 0) / 0.02
Acceleration = 3750 m/s2
Idk if this is correct can someone help pls.
Hi! I need help with this problem. m1-2-3-4 and R are given. There is no slip in the system. I have to give F1-2-3-4 in respect of the masses and R.
Here is what I managed to
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