# Problem Solving 1

## Solve problems using Newton's Second Law.

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## Problem Solving 1

In this lesson, students will learn how to solve difficult problems using Newton's 2nd law.
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## Unit 5.3 Forces in 2 Dim.

In this lesson, students will learn how to solve difficult problems using Newton's 2nd law.
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## Horse And Cart

Learn about Newton's Third Law, force calculations in two dimensions, and the interaction of multiple objects in the context of a horse pulling a cart.
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## Free Body Simulation

Learn how to draw free body diagrams.
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## Newton's Law Problem

Shows how Newton's laws and friction play into everyday life with an example.
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## Newton's Second Law Problems

Walks through an example problem using free body diagrams and Newton's second law.
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## Inclined Planes - Overview

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## Blocks and Pulley Systems and Tension Force - Overview

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## Inclined Planes - Example 1

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Drawing and interpreting free-body diagrams for incline planes
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## Inclined Planes - Example 2

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Determining the force of gravity-component parallel to the incline
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## Inclined Planes - Example 3

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Determining the force of gravity-component perpendicular to the incline
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## Inclined Planes - Example 4

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Determining the normal force acting on an object on an incline
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## Inclined Planes - Example 5

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Determining the force of static friction acting on an object in static equilibrium on an incline
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## Inclined Planes - Example 6

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Determining the force of kinetic friction acting on an object in equilibrium
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## Inclined Planes - Example 7

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Determining the net force and acceleration of an object on an incline
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## Blocks and Pulley Systems and Tension Force - Example 1

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Determining the acceleration for a standard pulley system
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## Blocks and Pulley Systems and Tension Force - Example 2

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Determining the acceleration for a pulley on a frictionless table system
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## Blocks and Pulley Systems and Tension Force - Example 3

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Determining the acceleration for a pulley on a table system with friction
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## Problem Solving 1 Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Problem Solving 1.
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