Force Test 2

Force Test 2

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  • Later That Day
  • Malone, Dude. This is why I hate you sometimes.
  • Okay everybody answer this question. What are the two types of frictional forces that opposes a push or pull on an object?
  • Static Friction and Kinetic Friction, but that's not the only thing that can get friction.
  • I was just playing, jeez. Buzz Kill.
  • Nice one Malone!
  • No I'm fine at home if that's what you mean. It's just hard period.
  • Alright Mr. Palmer.
  • Hey Nick do you mind if I talk to you for a bit. Don't worry I'll give you a pass to class okay.
  • Well I can help with that. Come on lets go to a larger room.
  • After Class 
  • Your grades for the force section are going down... Is everything alright on your end?
  • Okay. The formula is F = M x A for the question. We have 300 kg for mass and 20 m/s2 for acceleration. So, if I multiply both I get 6000 Newton.
  • Let me guess. Force = Mass x Acceleration
  • Huh? That was way easier then before. Thanks Mr. Palmer!
  • Forces counts as a push or pull on an object. And there is a equation to show it too. 
  • That's right. Now solve this, How much Force is needed to accelerate a 300 kg skier 20 m/s2?
  • Alright lets start off with the easy stuff. Force is a natural occurrence that happens all over this planet. Without it not much will get done in daily life.
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