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The lecture Newton‘s 2nd Law: Example, 2 Dimensions Part 2 by Jared Rovny is from the course Force.
Imagine a laborer pulling a container having a mass of 100 kg in it with a force of 80N; if the applied force has an angle of 60° to the horizontal; what would be the ‘x’ and ‘y’ component of the force?
Imagine a labor pulling a container having a mass of 100 kg in it with a force of 80N; if the applied force has an angle of 30º to the horizontal; calculate the acceleration of the container? Keep direction of the motion in consideration.
You accelerate a 100 kg laboratory cart with 1N, starting from the rest position. Now a supplementary force of 0.5N at an angle of 20 degree from the cart’s direction of motion. What will be its velocity after 15 minutes?
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