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- Homework Statement
- Calculate the amount of torque and power needed to move a car uphill

from rest on a 30-degree inclination and reach a certain final velocity in time

less than 10 seconds

- Relevant Equations
- car wheel radius = r

mass of car = m

initial velocity = 0

final velocity = v

Torque = Force x Radius

Power = Work/time = Force x Velocity = Torque x Angular Velocity

I have calculated the force equation on the x-plane which is f - mgsin(30) - friction force = ma

and from the equation vf = vi + at resulting a = v/10

and from the equation vf = vi + at resulting a = v/10

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