A 5.00 crate is suspended from the end of a short vertical rope of negligible mass. An upward force is applied to the end of the rope, and the height of the crate above its initial position is given by +(0.61 )
What is the magnitude of the force when 3.60 ?
Alright, I have done about 20 physics problems that are due next week, and this is the last one. It is very heavy on calculus, which i am not good at. In fact, I don't even really know where to start on this one. Thanks for the help.
Yes, If the question said use the derivative, and then find F(t), I would have understood it. I am very bad at starting problems!
Ok, I did derive the function and received 20.6848 for acceleration, with then multiplied by 5.00 kg = 103.424
Would the units be in N? Probably N right? Yes, I'm not very good at this yet.
Thanks for your help! Much appreciated.
65.88 N
I didn't realize that I need to derive the function twice.
I have calculus and physics this semester, and had only high school trig. before 5 weeks ago.
The value is definitely right, but the program(masteringphysics) won't accept "N" as the correct units.
would kg*m/s2 work?
Thanks.