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# M1 resolving forces help Q2 2013 june ial watch

1. (Original post by the bear)
it is a F = MA problem.

F = net force downwards = gravity force - tension

M = mass of lift + woman

A = acceleration downwards
F doesn't equal MA. It equals MA/sqrt(1-(v^2/c^2)), where c is the speed of light, as proven by Einstein.
2. (Original post by constellarknight)
F doesn't equal MA. It equals MA/sqrt(1-(v^2/c^2)), where c is the speed of light, as proven by Einstein.
For the sake of Mechanics 1, we do not consider the Lorentz factor
3. (Original post by constellarknight)
F doesn't equal MA. It equals MA/sqrt(1-(v^2/c^2)), where c is the speed of light, as proven by Einstein.
I am sure this will not annoy the examiners or appear obnoxious whatsoever when written on the paper
4. (Original post by constellarknight)
F doesn't equal MA. It equals MA/sqrt(1-(v^2/c^2)), where c is the speed of light, as proven by Einstein.

as conjectured by Herr E.

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