kl0723
  • kl0723
sum of the forces in x direction:
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kl0723
  • kl0723
|dw:1441825111887:dw|
kl0723
  • kl0723
\[\sum F_x = ?\]
anonymous
  • anonymous
T for tension ?

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kl0723
  • kl0723
yes, those are the given forces, I just need to find the sum of those forces on x direction
anonymous
  • anonymous
what is \(F_e\) ?
kl0723
  • kl0723
another given force
anonymous
  • anonymous
\(\Large F_x=T \sin 15 -F_e\) as u said early but it'not zero as the ball keep moving ok ?
anonymous
  • anonymous
you need to substitute each force with it's value
kl0723
  • kl0723
why is it sin and not cos?
anonymous
  • anonymous
see if this makes sense |dw:1441826386181:dw|

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