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Chapter 6.4-6.6

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Department
Physics
Course
PHY131H1
Professor
Jason Harlow
Semester
Fall

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Ch. 6.4-6.6  Friction, Drag  Rolling without slipping  Examples of Newton's Second Law F = (m·g) ·μ s (m·g)·μ k a = g·μ – g·μ s k Ff= F hx (Fhsinθ + mg)μ = F cohθ Fh=μmg/(cosθ−μsinθ) The phrase "F hah a singularity at angle θcritical" means that "F goes tohinfinity at a certain angle θcritical." Ex. Suppose you were pushing straight down on the lawnmower (θ=90 degr
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