# A customer sits in an amusement park ride in which the compartment is to be pulled downward in the negative direction of a y axis with an acceleration magnitude of 1.58 g, with g = 9.80 m/s2. A 0.492 g coin rests on the customer's knee. Once the motion begins and in unit-vector notation, what are projections of the coin's acceleration relative to the ground on (a)x-axis, (b)y-axis, (c)z-axis and relative to the customer on (d)x-axis, (e)y-axis, (f)z-axis? (g) How long does the coin take to reach the compartment ceiling, 2.6 m above the knee? What are projections of the actual force on the coin on (h)x-axis, (i)y-axis, (j)z-axis and projections of the apparent force according to the customer's measure of the coin's acceleration on (k)x-axis, (l)y-axis, (m)z-axis? parts g)-m)

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A customer sits in an amusement park ride in which the compartment is to be pulled downward in the negative direction of a y axis with an acceleration magnitude of 1.58 g, with g = 9.80 m/s2. A 0.492 g coin rests on the customer's knee. Once the motion begins and in unit-vector notation, what are projections of the coin's acceleration relative to the ground on (a)x-axis, (b)y-axis, (c)z-axis and relative to the customer on (d)x-axis, (e)y-axis, (f)z-axis? (g) How long does the coin take to reach the compartment ceiling, 2.6 m above the knee? What are projections of the actual force on the coin on (h)x-axis, (i)y-axis, (j)z-axis and projections of the apparent force according to the customer's measure of the coin's acceleration on (k)x-axis, (l)y-axis, (m)z-axis? parts g)-m)

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Step 1

a)

Since, there is no force acting along x-axis, the acceleration will be,

Step 2

b)

The required acceleratio...

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