The coefficient of static and kinetic frictions between a 3.0-kg

The coefficient of static and kinetic frictions between a 3.0-kg


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The coefficient of static and kinetic frictions between a 3.0-kg box and a desk are 0.40 and 0.30, respectively. What is the net force on the box when a 15 N horizontal force is applied to the box?

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A) Determine the x and y components of Vector B.

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C) Determine the sum of these three vectors in terms of components.

D) Determine the x and y components of Vector C.

E) Determine the x and y components of Vector A.

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(a)    Calculate the acceleration of the system.

 

(b)   Calculate the tension in the cord.

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What is the net force on the box when a 15 N horizontal force is applied to the box?

static friction is overcome because

$$ f_s mg = (0.4)(3.0)(9.8) = 11.76 < 15$$

then,

$$F_{net} = \sum F = 15+f_k N = 15+f_k mg$$

$$=15-(0.3)(3.0)(9.8)=6.2 \text{ N}$$

$\ldots$

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