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A wheelbarrow of mass 20 kg accelerates from rest and reaches speed of 10m/S2 in 5 seconds.its force?

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**Explanation:**

We are asked to find the force of a wheelbarrow. According to Newton"s Second Law of Motion, force is the product of mass and acceleration.

### 1. Calculate Acceleration

The mass of the wheelbarrow is 20 kilograms. We are not given the acceleration, so we must calculate it using the following formula.

The wheelbarrow starts at rest or 0 meters per second (initial velocity) and accelerates to reach 10 meters per second (final velocity) in 5 seconds (time).

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Substitute these values into the formula.

Solve the numerator.

Divide.

### 2. Calculate Force

Now we know the mass and acceleration of the wheelbarrow

m= 20 kg a= 2 m/s²Substitute the values into the force formula.

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An elastic circular bar is fixed at one end and attached to a rubber grommet at the other end. The grommet functions as a torsio

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2.1 rad(anticlockwise).

Explanation:

So, we are given the following data or parameters or information in the question above:

=> "The torsional stiffness of the spring support is k = 50 N m/rad. "

=> "If a concentrated torque of mag- nitude Ta = 500 Nm is applied in the center of the bar"

=> "L = 300 mm Assume a shear modu- lus G = 10 kN/mm2 and polar monnent of inertia J = 2000 mln"

Hence;

G × J = 10 kN/mm2 × 2000 mln = 20 Nm^2.

Also, L/2 = 300 mm /2 = 0.15 m (converted to metre).

Where V = k = 50 N m/rad

w = 183.3 θ.

Therefore, w + Vθ = 500 Nm.

= 6.3

Anticlockwise,

θ = 2.1 rad.

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