A 3.00-kg box that is several hundred meters above the earths surface is suspended from the end of a short vertical rope of negligible mass. A time-dependent upward force is applied to the upper end of the rope and results in a tension in the rope of T1t2 = 136.0 N>s2t. The box is at rest at t = 0. The only forces on the box are the tension in the rope and gravity. (a) What is the velocity of the box at (i) t = 1.00 s and (ii) t = 3.00 s? (b) What is the maximum distance that the box descends below its initial position? (c) At what value of t does the box return to its initial position?
R. Thushananth The Cure for Inflation Morgan Friedman starts off with replying to the statement, ‘The Cure for Inflation, by explaining that inflation existed in the olden times as much as it exists now. He journeys across Europe taking in to examples of how each country’s tackled the rise of inflation. He mentions in the early times before paper notes was used as a currency, people used several other items as money. These can be anything of implied value to different communities across the world which can be rocks, rings, shells and so on. He highlights an era where tobacco was used as money. This was early as before the United States was established. What he says is that people used a cheap resource as money, a resource where anyo