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A truck moves directly away from you at constant velocity (as observed by you while standing in the middle of the road). It follows that (a) no forces act on the truck, (b) a constant net force acts on the truck in the direction of its velocity, (c) the net force acting on the truck is zero, (d) the net force acting on the truck is its weight.
An object is observed to be moving at constant velocity in an inertial reference frame. It follows that no forces act on the object, a constant force acts on the object in the direction of motion, the net force acting on the object is zero, the net force acting on the object is equal and opposite to its weight.
A horizontal force of pushes a 12-kg block up a frictionless incline that makes an angle of with the horizontal.
What is the magnitude of acceleration of the block?
In this part, we have to find the block's acceleration as in the diagram of part (a).
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