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In Example 1 of Section 10. we find the IMA is 4 to 1. in every machine energy is lost through heat to overcome friction. we studied the effects of sliding friction.3. which reduce their efficiency.26 Friction has been disregarded in our study of pulleys. If it stops in 3. l = 4.0 m/s 5.00 m/s at 1. For heavier atoms it is necessary to have more neutrons than protons to hold the nucleus together (Fig. + Proton – Electron 9. Name the two types of measurement of rotation. 9. 14.3 9.5 9. 15.

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Publisher: American Institute of Physics; 1993 edition (February 22, 2009)

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