What is the magnitude of the component, Physics

A 105-N suitcase sits on a rubber ramp at an airport carousel at a 25° angle. The weight vector can be broken into two perpendicular components.

a. What is the magnitude of the component parallel to the ramp surface?

b. What is the magnitude of the component at a right angle to the ramp surface?

 

Posted Date: 6/17/2013 6:07:11 AM | Location : United States







Related Discussions:- What is the magnitude of the component, Assignment Help, Ask Question on What is the magnitude of the component, Get Answer, Expert's Help, What is the magnitude of the component Discussions

Write discussion on What is the magnitude of the component
Your posts are moderated
Related Questions
Ask question #Miwhy does short of capacitor during ac analysics of differential amplifier. nimum 100 words accepted#

Illustrates the principle of transmission electron microscope? Principle of Transmission Electron Microscope The electron microscopes are worked onto the basis of, while a b

A spacecraft design similar to GEOSAT proposes to use passive gravity-gradient stabilization for pitch attitude control (motion about the y-axis).  The satellite consists of a tip

Can radiations like gamma rays and x-rays be made prevented to enter a place by a magnetic field? Ans) Rutherford noted that gamma rays were not deflected (or at least, not easi

Adding 2 Vectors An easy demonstration of adding 2 vectors graphically. Also demonstrates in which vector addition is commutative.

The fundamental particles: Although other atomic particles are known, the three fundamental ones are: Protons. The proton has unit mass and carries a unit positive charge.

It is the energy possessed by a body because of the interactive forces inside the object. This may be defined as the work done in assembling all the particles of a body in a exact

When Temperature increases,intensity increases,but in some time intensity decreases,Why?

E lectrons have very much smaller mass than that of ions, so they respond more rapidly to a changing electric field. For electric field that oscillates at extremely high frequencie

High temperatures and pressures are given for the following power plants. ISU co-generation:   400 psi, 750F City of Ames with RDF:   700 psi, 850F Super-critical power pl