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    Chapter 2 Forces To study the effect of forces acting on particles. 2.1 Equilibrium of a Particle 2.2 Free Body Diagram 2.3 Force Vectors 2.4 Forces in a Plane 2.5 Forces in Space Expected Outcomes • Understand the condition for a particle to be in static equilibrium • Able to construct free body diagrams • Able to solve for the forces acting on a static particle 2.1 Equilibrium of a Particle www.classical.com/features 2.1.1 Condition for the Equilibrium of a Particle

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    Force and Acceleration

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    transcontinental plane flight‚ your coffee cup sits motionless on your tray. Are there forces acting on the cup? If so‚ how do they differ from the forces that would be acting on the cup if it sat on your kitchen table at home? Determine the Concept Yes‚ there are forces acting on it. They are the normal force of the table and the gravitational pull of Earth (weight). Because the cup is not accelerating relative to the ground‚ the forces are the same as those that would act on it if it was sitting on your table

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    force vector

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    "The Force Table" is a simple tool for demonstrating Newton’s First Law and the vector nature of forces. This tool is based on the principle of “equilibrium”. An object is said to be in equilibrium when there is no net force acting on it. An object with no net force acting on it has no acceleration. By using simple weights‚ pulleys and strings placed around a circular table‚ several forces can be applied to an object located in the center of the table in such a way that the forces exactly cancel

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    Centrifugal Force

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    curve will stay at 12 m/s throughout the entire turn (provided the driver does not brake). The direction of the velocity vector is changing. A force is required in uniform circular motion.Centripetal Force & AccelerationSince an object in motion will travel in a straight line (Newton ’s First Law) an force must be required to accelerate the mass . This force does not cause a change in velocity as stated in the introduction‚ but rather it is responsible for the change in direction. The centripetal

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    Force and Motion

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    FORCE AND MOTION Ronald Steven DuBois 5th Grade St. Michael’s Catholic School 2009 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. Abstract 2. Introduction 3. Background Information 4. Procedure 6. Data and Observations 7. Results 8. Conclusion 9. Bibliography ABSTRACT I thought it would be fun to fling things like raw eggs and rocks with a catapult. Guess what‚ it was! By flinging these items I tried to find out if heavier things would travel farther than lighter

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    Force and Spring

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    = 300g 9.8 3. Explain the effect of mass on Hooke’s Law. Hooke’s Law states that the restoring force of a spring is directly proportional to a small displacement. Applying a mass to the end of the spring stretches it‚ changing the length from its original equilibrium position of rest‚ to a new (lower) equilibrium position. At this position‚ the vertical restoring force of the spring balances the weight and the downward pull of gravity is balanced by the upward pull of the spring

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    The Use of Force

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    The doctor in "The Use of Force" is very unprofessional. He describes the patient in a very infatuated way. The doctor also abhors the way the parents of the patient referred to him. And the doctor treats the patient aggressively. From the moment the doctor enters the house. He introduces the girl to us in an infatuated sense. He saw her as a "very attractive little thing" and he described her to have "magnificent blonde hair… one of those picture children often reproduced in advertising

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    Impulsive Force

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    [pic] The product of average force and the time it is exerted is called the impulse of force. From Newton’s second law [pic] the impulse of force can be extracted and found to be equal to the change in momentum of an object provided the mass is constant: |[pic] |Calculation | The main utility of the concept is in the study of the average impact force during collisions. For collisions‚ the mass and change in velocity are often

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    Force and Diagram

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    1 1 A wooden block of mass 0.60 kg is on a rough horizontal surface. A force of 12 N is applied to the block and it accelerates at 4.0 m s –2. 4.0 m s–2 wooden block 12 N What is the magnitude of the frictional force acting on the block? A B 9.6 N C 14 N D 2 2.4 N 16 N A submarine descends vertically at constant velocity. The three forces acting on the submarine are viscous drag‚ upthrust and weight. Which relationship between their magnitudes is correct

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