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P04-01 Force Causes Acceleration plus Friction Again

P04-01 Force Causes Acceleration plus Friction Again

Description:

We've already talked about friction, but we'll address it again here.  We'll also talk about what happens when you are NOT in mechanical equilibrium.

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Tutorial

ASSIGNMENT

There is a video from me and two from the author.  When you're watching, think back to the skateboard lab we did.

My Description of the Force/Acceleration Relationship

Author's Description of the Force/Acceleration Relationship

Source: (c) 2016 Pearson

Author's Description of Friction

Source: (c) 2016 Pearson