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(8c6p26) In the figure a sled being held on an inclined plane by a cord pulling directly up the plane. The sled is to be on the verge of moving up the plane. In the lower figure data is
plotted with the magnitude Frequired of the cord's force on the sled is plotted versus a range of values for the coeffient of static friction is between sled and plane. Fi = 1.50 N, F2 =
3.75 N, and H2 = 0.560. At what angle is the plane inclined? (deg)
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Main Menu Contents Grades Timer Notes Evaluate B Feedback Print Course Contents >> ... >> HW Bonus » In the figure a sled being held on an inclined plane by a cord pulling Info (8c6p26) In the figure a sled being held on an inclined plane by a cord pulling directly up the plane. The sled is to be on the verge of moving up the plane. In the lower figure data is plotted with the magnitude Frequired of the cord's force on the sled is plotted versus a range of values for the coeffient of static friction is between sled and plane. Fi = 1.50 N, F2 = 3.75 N, and H2 = 0.560. At what angle is the plane inclined? (deg) F F2 F -Hs 0 Me Submit Answer Tries 0/8 Send Feedback This discussion is closed. File Explorer 9:45 PM