anonymous
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In Figure a block of mass m1 = 2 kg sits on a block of mass m2 = 4 kg that sits on a frictionless table. The coecients of friction between the blocks are s = 0.30 and k = 0.20 . (a) Draw a free-body diagram for each block. Clearly indicate the forces. (b) Determine the maximum horizontal force F that can be applied to to the 4 kg block if the 2 kg block is not to slip. (c) If F has half the value found in part (b), a nd the acceleration of each block and the force of friction acting on each block. -If F is twice the value found in part (b), and the acceleration of each block.
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anonymous
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pigrenex
  • pigrenex
I think you should try asking in "Physics"
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I did, its dead in there

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i got the answer i just need someone to verify it
pigrenex
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LOL
anonymous
  • anonymous
what did you get for an equation
anonymous
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F = ma

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