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23 Nov 2019

Figure shows an overhead view of a 0.024 kg lemon half and two ofthe three horizontal forces that act on it as it is on africtionless table. Force F1 has a magnitude of 8 N and is at ?1 =27Â°. Force F2 has a magnitude of 7 N and is at ?2 = 25Â°. If thelemon half is stationary, what are projections of the third forceon (a)x-axis, (b)y-axis? If the lemon half has constant velocity v= (14 i - 16 j) m/s, what are projections of the third force on(c)x-axis, (d)y-axis? If the lemon half has varying velocity v =(13ti - 15tj) m/s2, where t is time, what are projections of thethird force on (e)x-axis, (f)y-axis?

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Figure shows an overhead view of a 0.024 kg lemon half and two ofthe three horizontal forces that act on it as it is on africtionless table. Force F1 has a magnitude of 8 N and is at ?1 =27Â°. Force F2 has a magnitude of 7 N and is at ?2 = 25Â°. If thelemon half is stationary, what are projections of the third forceon (a)x-axis, (b)y-axis? If the lemon half has constant velocity v= (14 i - 16 j) m/s, what are projections of the third force on(c)x-axis, (d)y-axis? If the lemon half has varying velocity v =(13ti - 15tj) m/s2, where t is time, what are projections of thethird force on (e)x-axis, (f)y-axis?

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