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A box weighing 18 N requires a force of 6.0 N to drag it at a constant rate. What is the coefficient of sliding friction?
Weegy: mu = 6/18 = tangential/ normal force User: A box weighing 18 N requires a force of 6.0 N to drag it at a constant rate. What is the coefficient of sliding friction? 0.33 3.0 6.0 18 Weegy: mu = 6/18 = tangential/ normal force User: Friction between sliding surfaces is caused by _____. inertia microwelds the normal force gravity Weegy: Normal force. :) User: The ratio between the force of sliding friction and the normal force of an object is called _____. rolling friction the drag the coefficient of friction the starting friction Weegy: the coefficient of kinetic friction User: A force is always required to move an object from rest. True False User: Inertia is ______ to mass. directly proportional inversely proportional equal to not related to Weegy: A.directly proportional. Inertia is directly proportional to mass. User: What law of motion corresponds with the following statement? "A small car is easier to start moving than a large car." first law second law third law Weegy: second law of motion corresponds with the following statement "A small car is easier to start moving than a large car. (More)
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What law of motion corresponds with this statement? "A rifle kicks." first law, second law, third law.
Weegy: A rifle kicks is Newton's 3rd law: for every action there is an equal and opposite reaction User: A force of 450 N accelerates a box across a frictionless surface at a rate of 15 m/s2. What is the mass of the box? 30 N 30 kg 6,750 N 6,750 kg Weegy: The answer is b.30 kg. User: Which of the following is a scalar? centripetal force weight speed acceleration Weegy: speed. By definition, speed is velocity when you forget the direction, thus making it a scalar. User: In which of the following situations does gravity supply a centripetal force? the space shuttle orbiting the Earth a child on a merry-go-round a bike rounding a curve a book falling off a table Weegy: a child on a merry-go-round User: A 38-kilogram child roller skates on a circular track with a radius of 24 m. Her velocity is 6.0 m/s. What centripetal force does she experience? 0.16 N 0.38 N 57 N 580 N Weegy: 57 N User: Suppose the Sun were to suddenly disappear. What would happen to the orbital path of Earth? It would stay the same, but the Earth would speed up. It would stay the same, but the Earth would slow down. It would follow a path perpendicular to the radius of its current orbit. It would spiral outward in an ever-increasing orbit. Weegy: It would follow a path perpendicular to the radius of its current orbit. User: are 10N and -10N equal? Weegy: No, 10N and -10N are not equal. (More)
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Which plain lies in both the United States and Canada? Altiplano Central Canadian Shield Coastal Plains Great Plains
Weegy: The Great Plains lie in both the United States and Canada. User: Which area will likely provide the best farmland? Canadian Shield Great Plains Greenland Yucatán Peninsula (More)
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The word congregation is an example of a(n) proper, abstract, compound, collective noun.
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The word congregation is an example of what kind of noun? it is a collective noun
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