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    a person is dragging a packing crate of mass 100 kg across a rough horizontal floor where the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.400. he exerts a force f sufficient to accelerate the crate forward. at what angle above horizontal should his pulling force be directed in order to achieve the maximum acceleration?

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    Homework Statement A person is dragging a packing crate of mass 100 kg across a rough floor where the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.400. He exerts a...

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    Thread starter Yam Start date Feb 26, 2015 Feb 26, 2015 #1 Yam

    Homework Statement

    A person is dragging a packing crate of mass 100 kg across a rough floor where the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.400. He exerts a force F just sufficient to keep the crate moving at a constant velocity. At what angle above the horizontal should his pulling force F be for it to be minimum?

    Homework Equations

    Frictional Forces = UkN

    The Attempt at a Solution

    Frictional Force = Uk(mg)(cosx)

    Im stuck.

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    Feb 26, 2015 #2 BvU

    I like the "I'm stuck" (you wouldn't post if you weren't). But

    doesn't count as an attempt.

    What forces play a role and how can you express the constant speed in an equation ?

    Feb 26, 2015 #3 Yam

    Forces that play a role:

    1) Pulling force F 2) Frictional force

    Constant speed means that there is no acceleration.

    F = ma = m(0) = 0 Feb 26, 2015 #4 BvU

    Frictional force is horizontal, pulling is in some theta direction. What else ? (hint: you already wrote mg -- and there's no vertical acceleration either). So we have a few equations. Magnitude of pulling force might depend on theta. If so, there might be a minimum !

    Feb 26, 2015 #5 Yam

    Forces that play a role:

    1) Pulling force F at an angle

    2) Horizontal Frictional force

    3) Weight of the block

    Yes i understand that the magnitude of the puling force depends on theta, however, how do i relate it to the minimum force?

    Feb 26, 2015 #6 BvU

    One force missing still.

    If |F| depends on theta like, say

    then zero degrees would give a nice minimum, wouldn't it ?

    Feb 26, 2015 #7 Yam

    Is it the upward force generated by the pull at an angle?

    Feb 26, 2015 #8 BvU

    Wouldn't that mean that if you don't pull, the box drops down like a brick ?

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