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Fernando, who has a mass of 43.0 kg, slides down the

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Problem 36

Fernando, who has a mass of 43.0 kg, slides down the banister at his grandparents house. If the banister makes an angle of 35.0 with the horizontal, what is the normal force between Fernando and the banister?

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Vectors Friday, August 25, 2017 11:28 AM X(position)--> v(velocity)--> a(acceleration) - Assume acceleration is constant a = change in velocitythroughout time v = velocity when t = 0 X = position when t=0 Variables for KinematicsEquations - t - a - v - v - x = x-x Example in One Dimension Speed at which a bullet comes down when shot straight up. Find v when the position is x (it has come back to the ground. Example in 2 dimensions Vector - means more than one number for its position - In 2 dimensional space it needs 2 numbers Vectors Friday, August 25, 2017 11:28 AM X(position)--> v(velocity)-

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Author: Paul W Zitzewitz
ISBN: 9780078458132

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