anonymous
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Jake drags a sled of mass 25 kg across the snow. The sled is attached to a rope that he pulls with a force of 50 N at an angle of 32°. If there is no friction, what is the normal force acting on the sled? A) 245 N B) 219 N C) 42 N D) 203 N I think its C
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anonymous
  • anonymous
its b.... mg-Fsin32=25*9.8-50sin32=218.5 so ans is nearer to b..
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