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Do I use the equation 84 cos 49 + F (friciton) = ma? Or how do I set up this problem?

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kgood5885

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Do I use the equation 84 cos 49 + F (friciton) = ma? Or how do I set up this problem?

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lightgrav

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(while the lawn mower itself is on level?)

the person's force will increase the N required,

and might increase the friction Force.

Does your friction stay at 84 cos(49) ?

then get Fx_extra = ma_x

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