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Which sentence uses commas correctly? Carl could rope ride and herd for the ranch. Carl could rope, ride, and herd for the ranch.



Which sentence uses commas correctly? Carl could rope ride and herd for the ranch. Carl could rope, ride, and herd for the ranch.

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Marcus has a rope that was 75 feet long. He cut off part of the rope. After that the rope was 56 feet long. If f= the number of feet marcus cut off the rope, which mathematical sentence expresses the information above a) 75-f=56 b)75-f>56 c) f-75>56 d) f-75_56



Marcus has a rope that was 75 feet long. He cut off part of the rope. After that the rope was 56 feet long. If f= the number of feet marcus cut off the rope, which mathematical sentence expresses the information above a) 75-f=56 b)75-f>56 c) f-75>56 d) f-75_56

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What is an example of moderate physical activity? A. Walking the dog B. Washing the dishes C. Swimming D. Jumping rope


Some sport activities you can engage in include: swimming, running, walking, dancing , cycling skipping, different kind of ball games and jumping. Physical activity improve physical health by strengthening the heart muscles, lowering the blood pressure, raising the level of good cholesterol in your body, increasing blood flow, etc. All these work together to reduce the risks of having diseases such as heart attack, high blood pressure, stroke, etc. Emotionally, physical activity promotes improve mood and mental health. 

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A 68 kg crate is dragged across a floor by pulling on a rope attached to the crate and inclined 158 above the horizontal. (a) if the coefficient of static friction is 0.50, what minimum force magnitude is required from the rope to start the crate moving? (b) if mk 0.35, what is the magnitude of the initial acceleration of the crate?


First, illustrate the problem through a force body diagram a shown in the figure. N denotes for normal force, F for the force required to move the crate, W denotes as the weight (Wx and Wy are its vector components), and f is the frictional force which acts opposite to the direction of the crate. The supplemental angle is 22. When you use the trigo identities like sin or cos, you can either use 22 or 158. The answer would be the same.

a.) Applying Newton’s 2nd law: F= ma

Summation of forces along the y-direction:
 F = 0 (objects at rest)
 N + Wy = 0
 N + 68(9.81)(sin 22) = 0
 N = 250 Newtons

Summation of forces along the x-direction
F = 0
f + F + 68(9.81)(cos 22) = 0

The frictional force’s formula is f = ∪s*N (if at rest) = ∪k*N (if moving)
where ∪ is the coefficient of friction (s for static and k for kinetic)

Thus, the equation becomes

0.5(N) + F + 68(9.81)(cos 22) = 0
0.5(250) + F + 68(9.81)(cos 22) = 0
F = 743.45 Newtons

b.) Same procedure but only differs in f = ∪k*N, where ∪k = 0.35. Then,

0.35(N) + F + 68(9.81)(cos 22) = ma (for objects moving)
0.35(250) + 743.45 + 68(9.81)(cos 22) = 68(a)
a = 21.32 m/s^2

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What must the students' muscles do to pull the rope



What must the students’ muscles do to pull the rope