thanks for everyone helping me ;) i am really greatful ,and the explations are makiing understand more thank you ...i need help in this homework too ,and i need answers for all please..there is another part continued.

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- May 23rd 2007, 06:50 AMcarlasaderA level Maths part 05
thanks for everyone helping me ;) i am really greatful ,and the explations are makiing understand more thank you ...i need help in this homework too ,and i need answers for all please..there is another part continued.

regards - May 24th 2007, 05:04 AMCaptainBlack

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1. Vector sum of forces:

The the acceleration

2. let the tension be then the total force on the first particel, and hence the acceleration is:

and for the second particle:

but so:

which can then b solved for

RonL - May 24th 2007, 05:22 AMtopsquark
Start by drawing a Free-Body-Diagram for the ball.

I have a +x axis to the right and a +y axis upward. There is a weight (w) acting straight downward, a tension (T) acting at 50 degrees above the -x axis, and an applied force (F) of 50 N acting in the +x direction.

Since the ball is in equilibrium we know that

So:

which implies

and

which implies

-Dan - May 24th 2007, 01:41 PMcarlasaderthanks alot
well i was having alittle trouble figuring out stuff ,thanks alot ...if u can help me with the rest of the problems i will be greatful ....thank you !!:)