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If F is the frictional force acting upwards between the passenger and the rotor wall and since there is no vertical motion of the passenger. F=mg. If μ is the coefficient of limiting friction between the passenger and the wall we have F=μN. Therefore, μN=mg, μ=mg/N=gr/v 2. Note that this is independent of the mass m.

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And, by Newton's 2nd Law, this must be equal to the mass times the y-component of the acceleration (since mass has no direction, and acceleration is also a vector). If we calculate (or just know) the x- and y-components of the net force acting on an object, it is a snap to find the total net force. An object of mass m is launched from a stationary helicopter towards the Earth with the speed v 0. It experiences a force of air resistance F = -kv, where k is a positive constant. It experiences a force of air resistance F = -kv, where k is a positive constant.

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The rotational inertia of an object is dependent on the mass the the arrangement of the mass within the object. A simple rule of thumb is- the more compact an object's mass, the less rotational inertia an object will have. We studied to shapes and their inertia. A ring and a disk.

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Nov 29, 2020 · When calculating an applied force, the applied force equation will depend on the situation. If other variables, such as mass and acceleration, are given, however, then the applied force may be calculated using the standard equation F=MxA — M refers to the mass of the accelerating object and A is the acceleration.