50. A lawnmower is pushed with a constant force F, shown in the following diagram. F As angle e between the lawn mower hand le and the horizontal increases, what happens to the horizontal and vertical components of F? (1) The horizontal component decreases and the vertical component decreases. (2) The horizontal component decreases and the vertical component increases. (3) The horizontal component increases and the vertical component decreases. (4) The horizontal component increases and the vertical component increases.

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50. A lawnmower is pushed with a constant force F,
shown in the following diagram.
F
As angle e between the lawn mower hand le and
the horizontal increases, what happens to the
horizontal and vertical components of F?
(1) The horizontal component decreases and
the vertical component decreases.
(2) The horizontal component decreases and
the vertical component increases.
(3) The horizontal component increases and
the vertical component decreases.
(4) The horizontal component increases and
the vertical component increases.
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50. A lawnmower is pushed with a constant force F, shown in the following diagram. F As angle e between the lawn mower hand le and the horizontal increases, what happens to the horizontal and vertical components of F? (1) The horizontal component decreases and the vertical component decreases. (2) The horizontal component decreases and the vertical component increases. (3) The horizontal component increases and the vertical component decreases. (4) The horizontal component increases and the vertical component increases.

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