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  • 3 years ago

Can someone check my work?

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  1. bahrom7893
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    @rajathsbhat I got a diff answer.. here

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  3. bahrom7893
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    I'd appreciate it if someone went over this. This is the original question (I'm solving for part b)

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    @anemonix if nobody finds a mistake, you're good to go.

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    And I'll be back later everyone.

  6. rajathsbhat
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    well, in my work, i approximated g to 10m/s^2. So, 7.8 degrees is right, i think.

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    ohh ok I see.

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    So we did end up using 18/5cos(theta) for t. Thank you so much for your time bahrom! (And thank you rajathsbhat, too, for checking work =)

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