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Calculus Volume 3 | 1st Edition | ISBN: 9781938168079 | Authors: Openstax ISBN: 9781938168079 2033

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Problem 48

[T] A 65-kg sprinter exerts a force of 798 N at a \(19^{\circ}\) angle with respect to the ground on the starting block at the instant a race begins. Find the horizontal component of the force. (Round to two decimal places.)

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19^circ

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Beethoven  Got along with a lot of people (very friendly)  Part of the romantic era  Dad was court musician for elector of Bonn  He was great at piano  Moved to Vienna in 1972  Had many patron “regulars” they liked him writing them pieces  Received annuity from three patrons from 1808. So he wouldn’t move out of town  Also engaged middle-class public with publications and concertizing  A transitional classical-romantic composer  Keeps getting more deaf and it was not getting better so some of his friends start drifting away  Started writing letters: new style like Symphony No. 5 Symphony No. 5  Composed in 1804-1808  Beethoven knew it would attract 2 kinds of audience: -Aristocratic patrons: >Prince Lobkowitz >Count Ramousky >Private Palace premiere New Kinds of Patrons:  Wealthy middle-class music lovers  Paying audience at public concerts, Vienna in 1808  People bought publications-music on paper Beethoven’s fifth in print  Score: format for printing music that shows all orchestral parts together (published in 1809)  Many piano arrangements were published later -not necessarily made by the actual composer -solo piano -especially piano duet (“four hands”) Beethoven symphony No. 5  Fulfills the most important expectations but has other features that appeal to: -connoiseurs -causal or novice music lovers  Meets genre expectations for a symphony (1750s) The Sy

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Textbook: Calculus Volume 3
Edition: 1
Author: Openstax
ISBN: 9781938168079

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