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U(r , therta) = Acos therta / r^2

Given that A = 46 N∙m3, determine the x-component of the corresponding force at the location x = 1.7 m, y = 1.2 m.

pls derive a formula to solve this equation

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U(r , therta) = Acos therta / r^2

Given that A = 46 N∙m3, determine the x-component of the corresponding force at the location x = 1.7 m, y = 1.2 m.

pls derive a formula to solve this equation

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Hi xgoodtimesx!

Show us what you've tried, and where you're stuck, and then we'll know how to help!

Show us what you've tried, and where you're stuck, and then we'll know how to help!

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Hi tim,

the problem is i dont even know where to start x_X stuck in the begining

the problem is i dont even know where to start x_X stuck in the begining

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