Problem 4.443 of 12As shown in the figure(Figure 1), five balls (masses2.00, 2.05, 2.10, 2.15, 2.20 kg) hang from acrossbar. Each mass is supported by "5-lb test"fishing line which will break when its tension forceexceeds 22.2 N (= 5 lb). When this device isConstants | Periodic TablePart Aplaced in an elevator, which accelerates upward,only the lines attached to the 2.10, 2.05 and 2.00kg masses do not break.Within what range is the elevator's acceleration?Express your answers using two decimal places separated by a comma.Figure< 1 of 1νο ΑΣφm/s?Amin , Amax = 0.77,1.03aYou have already submitted this answer. Enter a new answer.No credit lost. Try again.Request AnswerSubmitPrevious Answers2.20 2.15 2.10 2.05 2.00kgProvide FeedbackNext >P Pearson

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Problem 4.44
3 of 12
As shown in the figure(Figure 1), five balls (masses
2.00, 2.05, 2.10, 2.15, 2.20 kg) hang from a
crossbar. Each mass is supported by "5-lb test"
fishing line which will break when its tension force
exceeds 22.2 N (= 5 lb). When this device is
Constants | Periodic Table
Part A
placed in an elevator, which accelerates upward,
only the lines attached to the 2.10, 2.05 and 2.00
kg masses do not break.
Within what range is the elevator's acceleration?
Express your answers using two decimal places separated by a comma.
Figure
< 1 of 1
νο ΑΣφ
m/s?
Amin , Amax = 0.77,1.03
a
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Problem 4.44 3 of 12 As shown in the figure(Figure 1), five balls (masses 2.00, 2.05, 2.10, 2.15, 2.20 kg) hang from a crossbar. Each mass is supported by "5-lb test" fishing line which will break when its tension force exceeds 22.2 N (= 5 lb). When this device is Constants | Periodic Table Part A placed in an elevator, which accelerates upward, only the lines attached to the 2.10, 2.05 and 2.00 kg masses do not break. Within what range is the elevator's acceleration? Express your answers using two decimal places separated by a comma. Figure < 1 of 1 νο ΑΣφ m/s? Amin , Amax = 0.77,1.03 a You have already submitted this answer. Enter a new answer. No credit lost. Try again. Request Answer Submit Previous Answers 2.20 2.15 2.10 2.05 2.00kg Provide Feedback Next > P Pearson

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