1. Find the cosine of the slope's angle. Use the online scientific calculator from the first link in "Resources. If, for instance, the object is on a 40degree slope: cos (40
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In order to calculate force, you need to know the mass and acceleration of the object. Most basic problems will list both of these numbers. To find the force, you simply multiply
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Using Newton's second law.
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Here are the parts you were asking about (how to find normal force and acceleration) a) Weight = mg = 2.0 x 9.8 = 19.6N. Component of weight perpendicular to slope = Wcosθ =
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