25 Guys Pulling on the Same Rope

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Tina and her puppy are tugging on a rope, each pulling on opposite ends. When is Tina doing work?. A force must cause an object to move along the same direction as the force.. 1.25 W. Chapter 5 Review 25 terms. jenna_harvey. Work and Power 10 terms.

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I have no idea why you’d want to pull on a string or why many different people would want to pull on the same string. Whatever the original meaning was it is lost without the context. What that context could be is something I have having trouble imagining. Ever since our second string broke, we all pull on one single string.

That means that if you want to hold the weight suspended in the air, you only have to apply 50 pounds of force (the ceiling exerts the other 50 pounds of force on the other end of the rope). If you want to lift the weight 100 feet higher, then you have to reel in twice as much rope 0- 200 feet of rope must be pulled in.

Permanent rope If this is going to be reasonably permanent swing, you can miss out the cambium saver and just set the rope over the branch. Then make a bowline in one end of the rope, slip the other end of the rope through, and pull it up into the tree. Now you will HAVE to climb the tree if you want to get the rope.

A book is like a piece of rope; it takes on meaning only in connection with the things it holds together. – Norman Cousins . I think you have everyone kind of pulling on the same end of the rope. It’s not like you’re Robin Williams and everyone else is a deaf mute. It’s like – there’s plenty of help. – Michael McKean

Hi makers and wizzards! I’m looking to pull a rope up and down with a motor; after failing with a servo (and learning alot about servos along the way) I was wondering what you guys think the best aproach might be; the installation would be on day and night and will go up/down about 100 times/day and should not take more than 5 seconds to pull about 2 meters of rope so that’s a speed of about.

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