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 NEWTON SECOND LAW (FORCES ACT ON HORIZONTAL PLANE AND INCLINE PLANE)

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PostSubject: NEWTON SECOND LAW (FORCES ACT ON HORIZONTAL PLANE AND INCLINE PLANE)   Wed Jan 06, 2010 7:23 am

EXAMPLE 1: 40-N force is applied to a 20kg block resting on a horizontal frictionless table. Find the acceleration?
Solution


Example2: Now place the 20kg mass (with no external force applied) on a frictionless 50° incline plane. What is the
acceleration of the mass?

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