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It will stop immediately. It will not slow down, but continue moving at constant velocity. It will slow down and eventually stop. It will slow down, then continue moving at constant velocity.
if there is an equal force on both sides then the puck shall not move
i belive so
because it couldn't continue to move with equal forces on both sides
hmm alright ill go with a thanks :)
ok good luck
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yeah i do actually
A 250-N box is at rest on a frictionless horizotal floor. Then a person shoves the box with a non-zero force of magnitude P. Which statement best describes the relationship betweeen P and the motion of the box after it was shoved? do you know this one? @g-lax4
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The box will move with constant velocity at a speed that is directly proportional to P. The box will accelerate across the floor at a constant rate that is directly proportional to P. The box will not move when P < 250 N, but otherwise will accelerate at a constant rate that is directly proportional to P. The box will begin moving at a speed that is directly proportional to P, then will gradually slow to a halt.
ok be right back
i think the first one's wrong
the first question?
what do you think it is?
yep...it wont stop
so it will not slow down?
a body in moving with constant velocity continues to be move with constant velocity unless acted upon by a net external force
anyone know the second question?
it will accelerate for as long as the the person was shoving....after that it will move at a constant velocity
yeah so its A correct?
i mean B lol
no its A
The box will accelerate across the floor at a constant rate that is directly proportional to P. oh so its not this one right
yeah...once the "shoving" is done...there is no force being applied on the box. so it has to move at a constant velocity.
sure :) is this homework?