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Homework Help: Help quick

  1. Nov 3, 2004 #1
    I am just about to find the co-efficient of friction from my experimental results, and from the equation I cant get past this bit. how do I calculate the co-efficient of friction from or which way do I re-arrange the equation so I can find n, the co-efficient of friction?


    Silly question innit! :biggrin:
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  3. Nov 3, 2004 #2


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    [tex] 11000=\frac{12184}{9n} [/tex]

    Multiply both sides by n

    [tex] 11000n=\frac{12184}{9} [/tex]

    Divide both sides by 11000

    [tex] n=\frac{12184}{(9)(11000)} [/tex]
  4. Nov 3, 2004 #3
    thanking you so much :biggrin:
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