# In the diagram, AB is a uniform table top of weight 49N, hinged to a vertical
wall at A. The table top is supported by a light rod CD, which is hinged to the

wall at D

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## Answers

In the diagram, AB is a uniform table top of weight 49N, hinged to a vertical
wall at A. The table...

*motion - action or process being moved

*friction - resistance that one surface of object encounters when moving over another

*magnitude - refers to the size (length) or strength of the force

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The rabbit's final velocity is 5.0 m/s.

Explanation:

Given:

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Solution:

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Problem:

you would have the largest mass of gold if your chunk of gold weighed 1 N on the

Note: Your question is incomplete: I will answer the question hope it satisfy your expectation.

You need more mass of gold in place with lesser acceleration due to gravity.

Explanation:

Force Is measure by mass × acceleration (gravity) (F = ma)

Since force is constant the relationship between mass and acceleration is inversely proportional, the lesser the acceleration the higher the mass.

Example in finding the mass (mass = Force ÷ acceleration)

Force is constant 1 N or 1 kg.m/s².

Earth Moon Jupiter

Force 1 kg.m/s² 1 kg.m/s² 1 kg.m/s²

Acceleration 9.8 m/s² 1.62 m/s² 24.79 m/s²

mass 0.102 kg 0.617 kg 0.040 kg

Moon has lesser acceleration, thus needs more mass to have force of 1N

The data above shows you need more mass in areas with lesser acceleration if force is constant 1 N.

Hope it helps=)