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Physics, 06.04.2020 18:21, danielmartinez91

You are driving at a reasonable constant velocity in a van with a windshield tilted 120​o​ relative to the horizontal. As you pass under a utility worker fixing a power line, the worker’s wallet falls onto the windshield. Determine the acceleration needed by the van so that the wallet stays in place if frictional forces are negligible.


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