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Force Diagrams and Calculations More Math!!!

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Force Diagram 1 Are the forces acting on this object balanced or unbalanced? What is the net force acting on the object?

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Force Diagram 2 Are the forces acting on this object balanced or unbalanced? What is the net force acting on the object?

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Force Diagram 3 Are the forces acting on this object balanced or unbalanced? What is the net force acting on the object?

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Force Diagram 4 Are the forces acting on this object balanced or unbalanced? What is the net force acting on the object?

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Force Diagram 5 Are the forces acting on this object balanced or unbalanced? What is the net force acting on the object?

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Force Calculation 1 An object has a mass of 50 kg and moves with an acceleration of 5 m/s 2. What is the amount of force the object has? An object has a mass of 50 kg and moves with an acceleration of 5 m/s 2. What is the amount of force the object has?

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Force Calculation 2 If an object accelerates at a rate of 7 m/s 2 and has a mass of 75 kg, what is the amount of force the object has? If an object accelerates at a rate of 7 m/s 2 and has a mass of 75 kg, what is the amount of force the object has?

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Force Calculation 3 A car is waiting at the starting line with a mass of 400 kg. How much force does the car have? A car is waiting at the starting line with a mass of 400 kg. How much force does the car have?

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Force Diagram 1 Answer Net Force = Force 1 – Force 2 Net Force = 65 N Left – 15 N Right Net Force = 50 N Left

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Force Diagram 2 Answer Net Force = Force 1 – Force 2 Net Force = Force 1 – Force 2 Net Force = 30 N Down – 40 N Up Net Force = 10 N Up

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Force Diagram 3 Answer Net Force = Force 1 + Force 2 Net Force = Force 1 + Force 2 Net Force = 2 N Right + 76 N Right Net Force = 78 N Right

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Force Diagram 4 Answer Force Diagram 4 Answer Net Force 1 = Force 1 – Force 2 Net Force 1 = 10 N Left – 10 N Right Net Force = No Motion Net Force 2 = Force 3 – Force 4 Net Force 2 = 10 N Up – 10 N Down

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Force Diagram 5 Answer Net Force 1 = Force 1 + Force 2 Net Force 1 = 90 N Right + 15 N Right Net Force = 105 N Right Net Force 2 = Force 3 – Force 4 Net Force 2 = 25 N Up – 25 N Down

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Force Calculation 1 Force = mass x acceleration Force = 50 kg x 5 m/s 2 Force = 250 Newtons

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Force Calculation 2 Force Calculation 2 Force = mass x acceleration Force = 75 kg x 7 m/s 2 Force = 525 Newtons

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Force Calculation 3 Force = mass x acceleration Force = 400 kg x 0 m/s 2 Force = 0 Newtons

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They describe the motion of objects in terms of their MASS and the FORCES acting on them Mass – the amount of matter that an object contains a measure.

They describe the motion of objects in terms of their MASS and the FORCES acting on them Mass – the amount of matter that an object contains a measure.

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