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PhysicsQ&A LibraryAn open top tank half filled with water is to be transported constant acceleration. The dimensions of the tank are 1 m x 0.5 m x 0.5m, with the 1.0 m side parallel to the direction of motion. on a straight, horizontal road with a 1- Find the minimum acceleration of the tank at which the liquid will start to spill 2- What is the slope of the free surface of the liquid when the liquid starts to spill? 3- How would you show if there would form a dry spot under the above conditions? 0.5 m Water .0 m XQuestion

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