# New to forum and having major problems with couple problems

• ssman
In summary, the conversation is about different physics problems involving forces, vectors, and angles. The first problem involves determining the force FB in a system using vectors. The second problem involves calculating the maximum height reached by a lighter mass in a pulley system. The third problem involves estimating the takeoff speed of an aircraft using the angle of a string attached to a watch. The fourth problem involves finding the total force exerted on a pilot in a jet aircraft using the angle of the aircraft's ascent. The fifth and sixth problems involve calculating the coefficient of kinetic friction in a slide. The conversation also includes a request for help and guidance on solving the problems.
ssman
New to forum and having major problems with couple problems!

1)Two cars are towing a housing unit to a new location. The sum of the forces vector F A and vector F B exerted on the unit by the horizontal cables is parallel to the line L, and FA = 3200 N. Fa(angle)=48, Fb(angle)=32
Determine FB N.?
-using vectors but can't seem to find Fb N...

3)The two masses shown in the figure are each initially 1.80 m above the ground, and the massless frictionless pulley is fixed 4.8 m above the ground. (mA = 1.5 kg and mB = 3.3 kg.) What maximum height does the lighter object reach after the system is released? [Hint: First determine the acceleration of the lighter mass and then its velocity at the moment the heavier one hits the ground. This is its "launch" speed. Assume the mass doesn't hit the pulley. Ignore the mass of the cord.]

5)Francesca dangles her watch from a thin piece of string while the jetliner she is in accelerates for takeoff, which takes about 14 seconds. Estimate the takeoff speed of the aircraft if the string makes an angle of θ = 35° with respect to the vertical.

9)A jet aircraft is accelerating at 4.7 m/s2 as it climbs at an angle of θ = 45° above the horizontal (see figure). What is the total force that the cockpit seat exerts on the 85 kg pilot?

10)A child slides down a slide with a 25° incline, and at the bottom her speed is precisely half what it would have been if the slide had been frictionless. Calculate the coefficient of kinetic friction between the slide and the child.

17)A child slides down a slide with a 25° incline, and at the bottom her speed is precisely half what it would have been if the slide had been frictionless. Calculate the coefficient of kinetic friction between the slide and the child.
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Any kind of help would be helpful, cause I am just stumped right now...

ssman

-using vectors but can't seem to find Fb N...
You are supposed to show us your attempt so we can constructively criticize and not just do your homework for you! You should have a diagram with two forces and two triangles which you may not be able to show here, but you can show your trigonometry.

...im not asking for the answers, just how to start the problem or formulas to use because i don't know where to start. the other problems weren't as bad but just these six are giving me a lot of problems. sorry I am not trying to get the answers just to be pointed in the right direction.

thanks

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5) tan(35)g=a? but its saying I am wrong...

9) ?

10) ?

17) On an ice rink two skaters of equal mass grab hands and spin in a mutual circle once every four seconds. If we assume their arms are each 0.75 m long and their individual masses are 65.0 kg, how hard are they pulling on one another?

T=2(pi)r/v
T=(2(pi).75(2))/4 = 2.4

a=(v^2)/r
a=3.84

F= 65x2(3.84)=499.2N

Sketch your FA - 3200 N at an angle of 48 degrees up from horizontal. You must find the horizontal component of that, so draw an arrow to the right and then at the end of it, an arrow up so it ends at the end of FA. You are showing FA as the sum of a horizontal vector and a vertical vector. Using sine and cosine you can find the length of these vectors. Do the same for Fb.

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