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    Yeah, something like that

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    What do you mean?
    Nothing

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    Is it bad I know half the words to that?

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    Is it bad I know half the words to that?

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    Really bad! jk no!
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    Can someone please help me with these two questions, it's my homework The first question, I don't know much about the "Newton meter" and I don't get the second question, thanks in advance <3
    'N m' is a unit usually derived by multiplying the vector quantity's 'force' and 'Distance' (though there are more derivations)the unit of force is Newtons (N)and the unit of distance is meters (m)therefore multiplying these two quantities F(N) x D(m) gives the Unit 'N m'usually Nm is the unit for a moment of a force1nm is 1 millionth of a meter (1x10^-9)m1mN is 1 thousandth of a newton (1x10^-3)M1MN is 1 million Newtons (1x10^6)N
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    idk why but tsr doesn't let me write in paragraphs, sorry for the messy info above
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    Really bad! jk no!
    Might wanna close the thread

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    Might wanna close the thread

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    How do I do that?
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    How do I do that?
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    idk why but tsr doesn't let me write in paragraphs, sorry for the messy info above
    it's fine
 
 
 
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