In Irish mythology Neit (Néit, Nét, Neith) was a god of war. He was the husband of Nemain and/or Fea, and sometimes of Badb. Also grandfather of Balor, he was killed at the legendary Second Battle of Moytura.
My answer is (D) but the answer key is (C).
My reasoning is that the net work for (A), (B) and (C) are all zero since the object moves with constant speed so the resultant force is also zero. What is the mistake in my reasoning?
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I have some questions...
Firstly I drew the FBD of the said block at an angle theta from the vertical
Which force causes the block to lose contact.ie the normal to become zero...
Is it because the forces in the horizontal direction surpass some limit value of the net force in the radial...
A diagram is also provided, which looks like this:
I'm not sure what is correct and after doing some digging online I still haven't been able to come to a consensus. I'm currently stuck between one of two possibilities: positive or zero. I'm pretty sure work on A (Wa) and work on B (Wb) are...
I started by summing the forces and torques to get:
- ma = mg-T
- I*alpha=Tr
I then used a=alpha*r and I=Mr^2 to combine the equations and solved for angular acceleration equals 81.75rad/s^2. Plugging this back into a torque equation I got that the net torque is 1.04Nm. However, the problem...
The mathematical representation of the net external force on a system(obtained from Newton's second law) is ##\vec F_{net} = \frac {d\vec P}{dt}##, which is the rate of change of linear momentum of the system. If we substitute ##\vec P = m\vec v## into the formula for force and differentiate, we...
This is how I interpreted the problem,
a) The net torque about point A is zero. This is because the forces F1 and F2 are equal and opposite, and they act at the same distance from point A. Therefore, they produce torques that cancel each other out..
The force F3 doesn’t does not produce any...
I have tried finding the tension of the string through the equation
Net Force = T - mg = ma
but I am struggling with coming up with the correct acceleration. Is my net force equation correct?
m1 = 4 kg, m2 = 12 kg, m3 = 8 kg. k = 327 N/m for all three blocks. The elevator accelerates upwards at 3.8 m/s^2.
Net force of block one would be equal to force applied by top spring minus weight of system, since top spring is holding all 3 blocks.
F1 = 4*3.8= Fs,top - Wsystem = Fs,top -...
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The net torque about an axis through point A is given by,
If I take the axis of rotation perpendicular to the paper and the solution I arrive would be the following below
Net torque = 30 cos45 x 1.5 - 10 cos30X 3
= 5.829Nm ( counterclockwise)
But the book gives an answer...
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Here is the link to the question.
https://www.khanacademy.org/science/physics/forces-Newtons-laws/Newtons-laws-of-motion/a/what-is-Newtons-second-law
What is the magnitude of the force F1 ?
What is the magnitude of the force F2 ?
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Here is a diagram of my interpretation of the problem:
Where I'm thinking that the engine originally takes heat from ##T_h## to ##T_l##, in which case ## \frac { Q_{h} } { T_{h} } = \frac { Q_{l} } { T_{l} } ## and ## W_{out} = Q_{in} - Q_{out} = Q_h \left( 1 - \frac {T_l} {T_h} \right) ##...
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Given three voltages as follows;
Q1 = 1C,Q2 = 1C,Q3 = 2C
The distance a is 1m and b = 2m
a) Find the values of the forces that are acting on Q2
I did that like this;
$$ F_{12} = \frac{Q1*Q2}{4\pi\epsilon r^2} $$
$$ F_{32} = \frac{Q1*Q3}{4\pi\epsilon r^2} $$
The results are ...
I think both spools will land about at the spot x (there aren't any horizontal forces causing them to land away from the x).
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Since it wasn't mentioned that there's any other force aside from the drag force, then Fnet = Drag force
I know that Fnet = ma, and since they have different masses, Fnet must be different for both balls?
Acceleration cannot be...
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For (b), I divided each force vector to e from p1 and p2 as x and y parts.
I computed them and got
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