DC Physics logo HOME | Practice Problems } Monthly Features | Textbook Errata | Humor | About DC Physics

HELP HOME PAGE

Make a Practice Test

Some Hints & Solutions

** "Reload" or "Refresh" (or F5) the page to make another test from the same selection of problem types.

Select a new problem set.

    A light hangs from two cables. One cable has a tension of 42.35 N and is at an angle of 71.4o with respect to the ceiling. What is the tension in the other cable if it makes an angle of 6.6o with respect to the ceiling?

    N?

    A light hangs from two cables. One cable has a tension of 11.92 N and is at an angle of 30.1o with respect to the ceiling. What is the tension in the other cable if it makes an angle of 33.7o with respect to the ceiling?

    N?

    A light hangs from two cables. One cable has a tension of 18.48 N and is at an angle of 42.6o with respect to the ceiling. What is the tension in the other cable if it makes an angle of 63.6o with respect to the ceiling?

    N?

    A light hangs from two cables. One cable has a tension of 18.3 N and is at an angle of 7.3o with respect to the ceiling. What is the tension in the other cable if it makes an angle of 37.2o with respect to the ceiling?

    N?

    A light hangs from two cables. One cable has a tension of 41.08 N and is at an angle of 59.3o with respect to the ceiling. What is the tension in the other cable if it makes an angle of 28.2o with respect to the ceiling?

    N?

    A light hangs from two cables. One cable has a tension of 5.886 N and is at an angle of 49.1o with respect to the ceiling. What is the tension in the other cable if it makes an angle of 67.8o with respect to the ceiling?

    N?