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# Jimmy has caught two fish in Yellow Creek. He has tied the

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Problem 14E

Problem 14E

Jimmy has caught two fish in Yellow Creek. He has tied the line holding the 3.0 kg steelhead trout to the tail of the 1.5 kg carp. To show the fish to a friend, he lifts upward on the carp with a force of 60 N.

a. Draw separate free-body diagrams for the trout and the carp. Label all forces, then use dashed lines to connect action/ reaction pairs or forces that act as if they are a pair.

b. Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the magnitudes of all the forces shown on your free-body diagrams. Explain your reasoning.

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