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anonymous

  • one year ago

how would i solve for force when there are multiple accelerations?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    would i solve for each acceleration seperately then add all forces to get the sum of forces

  2. sohailiftikhar
    • one year ago
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    can you give some kind of example to understand your Question's condition properly ???

  3. anonymous
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    A 500 kg alien UFO is hovering about the surface of Earth. At a time t, its position can be given as x=15t+23, y=t^4-2t^3, z=18t^2-1 What net force must be acting on the UFO at time t = 2 seconds? Express your answer in vector format. What is its magnitude? @sohailiftikhar

  4. sohailiftikhar
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    just find their velocities 1st by taking derivatives of every equation ... w.r.t (t) then find Accelration by dividing each velocity by given time i.e t=2sec then add all accelration and multiply them with mass you will get magnituad of total force ... and you can also find F1 on x-axis F2 on y-axis and F3 on z-axis by equation F=ma1 , F2=ma2 , F3=ma3 then add them ...

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