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# M1 Hard Forces Question watch

1. Hi all, I have been pounding at this question for hours but to no avail.

Could somebody please guide me through the process of what to do, post a full worked solution if you like.

Im having big problems because T is a horizontal force which is something I am not used to. In the vast majority of questions, T is parallel to the slope and the question is therefore a lot easier.

Thanks.

2. (Original post by PedanticStudent)
Hi all, I have been pounding at this question for hours but to no avail.

Could somebody please guide me through the process of what to do, post a full worked solution if you like.

Im having big problems because T is a horizontal force which is something I am not used to. In the vast majority of questions, T is parallel to the slope and the question is therefore a lot easier.

Thanks.

Try this:

If you need more help, please post your diagam and working.
3. (Original post by 雷尼克)
Hard

nice joke lel
Thank you, it is unfortunate that I am not Asian.
4. I got the answer to be 9.0N to 2 sig figs, is this right?
5. I've spent the last hour on google trying to work out wtf a "hard force" is ://///

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