Braking causes the vehicle speed to change from 102 km/hr to 27 km/hr over a distance of 70 m. Determine the angle of the hanging graduation tassel during this constant acceleration. Report the angle phi in degrees.The tassel described in P7 has a mass of 48 g. A massless string secures the tassel to the rear view mirror. Determine the tension in the string under the braking conditions described in P7. Report the result in mili-Newtons

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Braking causes the vehicle speed to change from 102 km/hr to 27 km/hr over a distance of 70 m. Determine the angle of the hanging graduation tassel during this constant acceleration. Report the angle phi in degrees.

The tassel described in P7 has a mass of 48 g. A massless string secures the tassel to the rear view mirror. Determine the tension in the string under the braking conditions described in P7. Report the result in mili-Newtons

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The acceleration of t...

[(27)(0.278)[102)(0.278)]+[2a(70)]
a-5.34 m/s2
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[(27)(0.278)[102)(0.278)]+[2a(70)] a-5.34 m/s2

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