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Understand In this problem, you are provided information about the motion of an object the box moves at constant velocity and about the forces causing that motion the pull by the spring and friction. View Queries How does the spring affect how I work the problem? Whether you push or pull the box directly or with a spring, you set up the problem in exactly the same way.
The only difference will be in the algebra of the problem—which variable you solve for. The free body diagram is a sketch of the forces on an object, or the causes of motion. Acceleration is the effect of those forces and therefore does not show up on the FBD.
It will make an appearance in the equation. I am pulling the box. Do not include a force by you on the box. It is true that you are pulling it, but you do so through the spring.
The box has the same motion regardless of what stretches the spring. How does the fact that the box moves at constant velocity affect the FBD? If velocity is constant, acceleration is 0.
Acceleration does not show up on the FBD, but this information will be useful later in the solution. How does that affect my picture? The spring force always acts in the direction needed to restore the spring to its original length.
In this case, you stretched the spring, so the left end pulls toward the right and the spring force in the box is to the right. The magnitude of the spring force is given by kxwhere k is the spring constant and x is the amount that the spring is stretched or compressed from its relaxed length.
How do you know what to fill in for x? In the definition of spring force, x is used to represent the amount the spring is stretched or compressed.
In this case, it is stretched 0.
How do you know what to fill in for acceleration? The box moves at a constant velocity and so its acceleration is zero. The force of gravity acts downward, which is the negative y-direction.
Therefore, mg is given a negative sign in the equation.
Do not also give 9. My numbers are close but not exactly what is shown in the equation.
Am I close enough? Only two significant figures were given in the text of the problem, so only two significant figures are included in the solution.
All objects near Earth experience a downward force of gravity equal to mass of the object x 9. Friction always opposes the sliding motion of two surfaces across each other. Because the box slides forward across the floor, the friction of the floor pulls backward on the box.
Normal force is present whenever two surfaces are in contact with each other. Its direction is perpendicular to the surfaces and acts to keep them from falling through each other. In this case, the upward normal force from the floor prevents the box from falling downward through the floor.NPSD is committed to ensuring that all material on its website is accessible to students, faculty, staff and the general public.
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Odyssey of the Mind Spontaneous Problems ideas and practice challenges. Given empty cereal box, wooden skewer, tape, and Dixie cups, create a wind turbine that will move the most amount of pennies. Provide a box fan to supply the wind. list of hands-on problem solving. Odyssey of the Mind, Egg Drop.