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Introduction: Garage Door

More Details: A garage door is mounted on an overhead rail (the figure ). The wheels at A and B have rusted so that they do not roll, but rather slide along the track. The

coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.58. The distance between the wheels is 2.00 , and each is 0.50 from the vertical sides of the door. The door is uniform and weighs

925 . It is pushed to the left at constant speed by a horizontal force .

If the distance is 1.41 , what is the vertical component of the force exerted on the wheel A by the track?

If the distance is 1.41 , what is the vertical component of the force exerted on the wheel B by the track?

Find the maximum value can have without causing one wheel to leave the track

More Details: A garage door is mounted on an overhead rail (the figure ). The wheels at A and B have rusted so that they do not roll, but rather slide along the track. The

coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.58. The distance between the wheels is 2.00 , and each is 0.50 from the vertical sides of the door. The door is uniform and weighs

925 . It is pushed to the left at constant speed by a horizontal force .

If the distance is 1.41 , what is the vertical component of the force exerted on the wheel A by the track?

If the distance is 1.41 , what is the vertical component of the force exerted on the wheel B by the track?

Find the maximum value can have without causing one wheel to leave the track

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