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1 st Free-body HW Assignment Examples in real life

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HW requirements: Each student must draw 6 examples of FBD (3 for moving objects, 3 for stationary objects) Each object must be real and something you come into contact with during the next 24 hours. Each object must have at least 3 different forces applied to it. Air pressure counts only if it is significantly pushing or pulling in only one direction

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For each example: 1) Sketch a picture of the object in its environment 2) Draw a FBD, label each force with an identifying variable (F + a subscript) 3) For moving objects, a direction of Motion arrow is required

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Q7 Draw a Free Body Diagram of the basketball Identify forces and their direction

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Q8 Identify the forces on the race car Draw a free body diagram

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Q9 Draw a free body diagram of one of the girls Identify forces

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