This is the exercise:
Please help me ( question 4 and 5).
Here is my effort:
First, I represented the forces on both objects.
Then, i found F⁰ = 5N (question 1)
After that, (question 2) + (question 3)
I hope it's even correct.
Question:
Solution:
I need help with the last part.
I think my numerical factors are incorrect, even if I add the last term it will get worse. What have I done wrong, or is there a better way to deal with this?
When mass M is at the position shown, it is sliding down the inclined part of a slide at a speed of 2.19 m/s. The mass stops a distance S2 = 2.1 m along the level part of the slide. The distance S1 = 1.18 m and the angle θ = 28.10°. Calculate the coefficient of kinetic friction for the mass on...
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