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    Help!!! Is there a difference in terms of equations used for particles and small bricks in m1?
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    it should say on the question, if it doesn't say there's like an extra resistance force, or something like that, then there should be no difference
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    If you're referring to the 'object on a slope which may have friction and/or a string pulling it' questions that they often give you then I would use the same equations whether they tell me it's a brick or a particle.
 
 
 
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