Question

You are pulling a
heavy crate (mass *m*) up a ramp inclined at an angle
*θ* to the horizontal. The ramp is *not* a smooth
surface. The rope that you are pulling with is parallel to the
incline.

What forces are acting on the crate?

Group of answer choices

Friction, gravity, normal force and tension

Gravity and tension

Friction, gravity and tension

Friction

Gravity, normal force and tension

Gravity

Normal force

Tension

Answer #1

**ANSWER:- Friction, gravity , Normal force and
tension.**

**Explanation:-** as the crate is in the rough
inclined plane so it has some mass then gravity also work on it
where as the perpendicular component of gravity is Normal force
which will also work on the crate. now surface is rough so that
means friction is also present there. you are pulling the crate
with the help of rope so the tension on the rope will be another
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