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A 57.5-kg box is pulled by a rope making an angle of

θ = 23.5°

with the horizontal. The tension in the rope is

33.0 N.

(Assume the surface the box slides across is frictionless.)

If the box starts from rest, determine the time required to move the box a horizontal distance of

2.53 m

Step 1

The horizontal component of force by rope is

Step 2

Then the acceleration of the block i...

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