anonymous
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WILL FAN AND MEDAL The force acting on a pendulum to bring it to its perpendicular resting point is called the restoring force. The restoring force​ F, in​ Newtons, acting on a string pendulum is given by the formula F=mgsinθ where m is the mass in kilograms of the​ pendulum's bob, g almost equals≈ 9.8 meters per second per second is the acceleration due to​ gravity, and θ is angle at which the pendulum is displaced from the perpendicular. What is the value of the restoring force when m=0.5 kilogram and θ equals=50°​? Round to the nearest tenth of a Newton.
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anonymous
  • anonymous
@LegendarySadist Can you help me out with this one? :)
anonymous
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I can help, just give me a minute
anonymous
  • anonymous
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anonymous
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So what part do you not understand?
anonymous
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All of it. I'm really bad at these kinds of questions.

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