Force is given by product of mass of an object and force exerted on the object. Hence F=m*a where m= mass of object & a=acceleration on it.
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The normal force equals the force of friction divided by the coefficient of the
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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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The normal force is just that: the force acting on the object perpendicular or 'normal' to the surface that it is resting on. In this case, it is parallel to the force of gravity
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