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a) 56.2 b) 35.1 c) 5.7 d) none of the above

a) 32.2 b) 9.2 c) 56.2 d) 89.9 e) none of the above

a) -56.2 b) -46 c) -32.2 d) 9.2 e) none of the above

a) 78.3 b) 9.2 c) 41.4 d) 146 e) none of the above

a) -124 b) -15.5 c) -151.4 d) -86.8 e) none of the above

a) 43.1 b) 194.6 c) 159 d) 111 e) none of the above

a) 346 b) 130 c) 43.1 d) 144 e) none of the above

a) 6.7 b) 11 c) 3.9 d) 7.1 e) none of the above

A 56.2-N block is on a straight road that makes an angle $θ=35_{∘}$ with the horizontal. Ignore any friction. A mule pulls the block up along the road. The force the mule exerts on the block is parallel to the road. The speed of the block increases at a rate of $1.6m/s_{2}$. Take that the positive $x$-axis is up along the road and that the positive $y$-axis is upward perpendicular to the road (see the figure).
b) The net force on the block is about: [ Select ] $N$
c) The component of the block's weight along the road is about: $N$
d) The magnitude of the mule's force is about $N$
e) If the block travels upward a distance $d=4.7m$ along the road, the work done by the gravity on the block is about :
f) The work done by the mule to pull the block $4.7m$ up the road is about: J
g) If the block starts from rest, its kinetic energy after it travels $4.7m$ up the road is about: J
h) The block's speed after it travels $4.7m$ up the road is about: | $m/s$

Answer:- Weight of the block is, the Inclination angle of the road is,

The force exerts on the bl...