Question

Consider an object on a smooth ramp inclined at an angle θ
from the ground, suspended in place by a force acting through a
rope parallel to the surface of the ramp. If a Cartesian coordinate
system is rotated such that the x-axis lies parallel to the surface
of the ramp and the y-axis is perpendicular to the ramp, gravity is
the only force that does not act parallel or perpendicular to
either coordinate axis in this new rotated coordinate system. If
the object has a mass of 28 kg and the ramp is inclined at 35
degrees, what is the normal force of the ramp on the
object?

What is the force (tension) on the rope in the previous
problem?

Answer #1

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
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Gravity and tension
Friction, gravity and tension
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