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2. Add at least two forces to each of the following three objects so that the objects will be at equilibrium. Each force which you add must either be horizontal or vertical. Clearly label their magnitude and indicate their direction by a clearly drawn arrowhead.
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Equilibrium and Statics (23 seconds) 
3. On the following diagrams, fill in all blanks and determine the acceleration (both magnitude and direction) of the object. Clearly show your calculation for the acceleration.
Acceleration = _________
Calculations:
Diagram B
Acceleration = _________
Calculations:
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FreeBody Diagrams (8 seconds) Resolution of Forces (22 seconds) Net Force Problems Revisited (17 seconds) 
4. For Diagram B above, determine the distance which the object will be moved if the forces act upon the object for 2.0 seconds. The object is initially at rest. PSYW
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Kinematic Equations and ProblemSolving (7 seconds) 
5. Consider the freebody diagram on the right and the positiontime and velocitytime graphs below. Which one(s) of the graphs below would be a possible representation of the motion of the object depicted in the freebody diagram? Circle any correct graphs. For the incorrect graphs, clearly explain what is incorrect using complete sentences.
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The Meaning of Shape for a vt Graph (8 seconds) FreeBody Diagrams (8 seconds) Equilibrium and Statics (23 seconds) 
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