1.4.4 Worked example 1.3

Course subject(s) Module 1: Mechanics

Sliding down a mountain

An object is sliding down a mountain consisting of two planes. The first is an ice plane which has angle θ₁, height h₁ and negligable friction. The second is a rock plane with angle θ₂, height h₂ and friction coefficient μₖ.

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