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Asked Dec 17, 2019

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Draw a free-body diagram for each of the following objects:

(a) a projectile in motion in the presence of air resistance,

(b) a rocket leaving the launch pad with its engines operating,

and (c) an athlete running along a horizontal track.

Step 1

part (A)

Step 2

Step 3

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