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Determine the accelerations that result when a 12-N net force is applied to a 3-kg object.
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Determine the accelerations that result when a 12-N net force is applied to a 3-kg object.
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A net force of 15 N is exerted on an encyclopedia to cause it to accelerate at a rate of 5 m/s^{2}. Determine the mass of the encyclopedia.
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Suppose that a sled is accelerating at a rate of 2 m/s^{2}. If the net force is tripled and the mass is doubled, then what is the new acceleration of the sled?
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Suppose that a sled is accelerating at a rate of 2 m/s^{2}. If the net force is tripled and the mass is halved, then what is the new acceleration of the sled?
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Edwardo applies a 4.25-N rightward force to a 0.765-kg book to accelerate it across a tabletop. The coefficient of friction between the book and the tabletop is 0.410. Determine the acceleration of the book.
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In a physics lab, Kate and Rob use a hanging mass and pulley system to exert a 2.45 N rightward force on a 0.500-kg cart to accelerate it across a low-friction track. If the total resistance force to the motion of the cart is 0.72 N, then what is the cart's acceleration?
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If mass (m) and acceleration (a) are known, then the net force (F_{net}) can be determined by use of the equation. F_{net} = m • a
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The process of determining the value of the individual forces acting upon an object involve an application of Newton's second law (F_{net}=m•a) and an application of the meaning of the net force.
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Lee Mealone is sledding with his friends when he becomes disgruntled by one of his friend's comments. He exerts a rightward force of 9.13 N on his 4.68-kg sled to accelerate it across the snow. If the acceleration of the sled is 0.815 m/s/s, then what is the coefficient of friction between the sled and the snow?
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In a Physics lab, Ernesto and Amanda apply a 34.5 N rightward force to a 4.52-kg cart to accelerate it across a horizontal surface at a rate of 1.28 m/s/s. Determine the friction force acting upon the cart.
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Objects that are said to be undergoing free fall, are not encountering a significant force of air resistance; they are falling under the sole influence of gravity.
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The ratio (F_{net}/m) is sometimes called the gravitational field strength and is expressed as 9.8 N/kg (for a location upon Earth's surface).
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A free-body diagram is constructed and the individual forces acting upon the object are identified and calculated.
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A truck hauls a car cross-country. The truck's mass is 4.00x10^{3} kg and the car's mass is 1.60x10^{3} kg. If the force of propulsion resulting from the truck's turning wheels is 2.50x10^{4} N, then determine the acceleration of the car (or the truck)
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A 7.00-kg box is attached to a 3.00-kg box by rope 1. The 7.00-kg box is pulled by rope 2 with a force of 25.0 N. Determine the acceleration of the boxes. The coefficient of friction between the ground and the boxes is 0.120.
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Cognitive scientists (scientists who study how people learn) have shown that physics students come into physics class with a set of beliefs that they are unwilling (or not easily willing) to discard despite evidence to the contrary. These beliefs about motion (known as misconceptions) hinder further learning.
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To answer the above questions, Newton's second law of motion (F_{net} = m•a) will be applied to analyze the motion of objects that are falling under the sole influence of gravity (free fall) and under the dual influence of gravity and air resistance.
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According to Newton, an object will only accelerate if there is a net or unbalanced force acting upon it. The presence of an unbalanced force will accelerate an object - changing its speed, its direction, or both its speed and direction.
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