A block is given an initial push force up a smooth frictionless incline of 15 degrees that propels it up at 2m/s.
-What is the acceleration of the block?
-What is the distance the block travels up the plane?
-What is the time the block takes to return back down to the starting point?

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A block is given an initial push force up a smooth frictionless incline of 15 degrees that propels it up at 2m/s.
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-What is the acceleration ...

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The solution examine a block given an initial push force on a smooth friction less incline. The acceleration, distance and time of the block is found.

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