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A runner moves 2.38 m/s north. She accelerates at 0.310m/s squared at a 52.0 degree angle. How many seconds later is she running directly …
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Ted and Sue leaves a restaurant at the same time. ted drives north at 65mph while sue drives south. In 1.5 hours, they are 180 miles apart.
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A plane is flying east at 135 m/s. The wind accelerates it at 2.18 m/s squared directly north east. After 18.0s, what is the displacement (m…
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A runner moves 2.38 m/s north. She accelerates at 0.310m/s squared at a 62.0 degree angle. How many seconds later is she running directly …
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A runner moves 2.38 m/s north. She accelerates at 0.310m/s squared at a 62.0 degree angle. How many seconds later is she running directly …
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A woman pulls a 7.87 kg suitcase, initially at rest, with a 29.2 N force along the handle at 62.7 degrees. Friction pulls back at 11.7 N, an…
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A woman pulls a 7.87 kg suitcase, initially at rest, with a 29.2 N force along the handle at 62.7 degrees. Friction pulls back at 11.7 N, an…
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A woman pulls a 7.87 kg suitcase, initially at rest, with a 29.2 N force along the handle at 62.7 degrees. Friction pulls back at 11.7 N, an…
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A woman pulls a 7.87 kg suitcase, initially at rest, with a 29.2 N force along the handle at 62.7 degrees. Friction pulls back at 11.7 N, an…
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A 1600 kg car on a flat ground is moving 6.25 m/s. Its engine creates a 1150N forward force as the car moves 45.8m. What is its final KE?
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A 1600 kg car on a flat ground is moving 6.25 m/s. Its engine creates a 1150N forward force as the car moves 45.8m. What is its final KE?
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A stone is dropped from a height of 7.70m. How fast is it going when it reaches the ground?
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A diver is on a board 1.80 m above the water. She jumps straight up at 3.62 m/s. What is her maximum height above the water?
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A diver is on a board 1.80 m above the water. She jumps straight up at 3.62 m/s. What is her maximum height above the water?
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