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Fig. 4.21, p.96 Sue PeteBetty conveyor ground V s/g =0 V c/g =10 m/s V P/c =5 m/sV B/c =0 m/s V P/g =?

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Fig. 4.21, p.96 Sue PeteBetty conveyor ground V s/g =0 V c/g =10 m/s V P/c =5 m/sV B/c =0 m/s V P/g = V P/c+ V c/g =15 m/s

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Fig. 4.21, p.96 Sue PeteBetty conveyor ground V s/g =0 V c/g =10 m/s V P/c =-5 m/sV B/c =10 m/s V P/B =?

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Fig. 4.21, p.96 Sue PeteBetty conveyor ground V s/g =-8 V c/g =10 m/s V P/c =5 m/sV B/c =0 m/s V P/S =?

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Fig. 4.21, p.96 Sue PeteBetty conveyor ground V s/g =-8 V c/g =10 m/s V P/c =5 m/sV B/c =0 m/s V P/S = V P/c + V c/g + V g/S

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Fig. 4.22, p.97

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Fig. 4.22a, p.97

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Fig. 4.22b, p.97

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Fig. 4.23, p.97

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Fig. 4.24, p.98

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Fig. 4.25, p.99

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