Answer: Is it possible for an object to be (a) slowing

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Problem Q2.5

Is it possible for an object to be (a) slowing down while its acceleration is increasing in magnitude; (b) speeding up while its acceleration is decreasing? In both cases, explain your reasoning.

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Torque - Torque, ꚍ, is the tendency of a force to rotate an object about some axis. - There is no unique value of the torque on an object. - Its value depends on the choice of a rotational axis - Torque increases with both the force and the distance - ꚍ = rF - ꚍ = r (F sin θ) - SI unit: Nm - Only the tangential component of force causes a torque...

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