A car drives up a straight hill at a constant speed of 40 kilometers per hour. A truckdrives over the crest of the hill at a constan speed of 40 miles per hour.What is the net force on the car and...
A car drives up a straight hill at a constant speed of 40 kilometers per hour. A truckdrives over the crest of the hill at a constan speed of 40 miles per hour.
What is the net force on the car and on the
truck?
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According to Newton's Second Law, the net Force acting on an object is given by
Fnet = MA
The acceleration is given by the ratio of the change in an...
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