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  2. His cult does not consider objective reality to be reliable.  The only truth for them is what Trump says.  

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  4. Cryptocurrencies have little or no regulation. Sooner or later they will be targeted by the authorities. 

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  5. The same type of man who would lie to Americans and tell them that Covid is a hoax. He does not care about Americans and it shows.

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  6. ...in a bowl game, the Cincinnati Bearcats can too.  The SEC has been Alabama and the 13 stooges (though LSU...

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  8. a) acceleration a = 2d/t^2 = 1.9*2/2.89 = 1.315 m/ sec ^2  b) a = m*g*(sin 30-cos30*μ)/m mass m cancels 9.80*0.866*μ = 9.80...866*0.423 =  11.0 N  d) Speed = √ 2ad = √ 1.9*2*1.315 = 5.00 m/ sec  

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  9. acceleration a = m2*g/(m1+m2) = 9.80*11/15 = 7.19 m/ sec ^2 acceleration a is the same for both masses  tension T = m2(g-a) = 11(9.80-7.19) = 28.7 N 

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  10. sin 32° = 0.530  ;  cos 32° = 0.848  (W-F*sin 32°)*μ +m*a = F*cos 32° (1040-395*0.53)*0.25 + m*a = 395*0.848 a =  (395*0.848 - (1040-395*0.53)*0.25)*9.8/1040 = 1.20 m/ sec ^2 

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