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Unable to press button much, only goes up to 1 pound with max force
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
take the phone apart, take off the keypad rubber thing and see if the part that touches the contact is loose or something. most times just taking off the rubber thing and putting it back will fix that problem. Or, take a needle or pushpin and pry up the # key a bit...see if that fixes it. Depending on the model of the phone it might take a while to take it apart...so try the pushpin or needle method first even a toothpick might do it. :)
Posted on Jun 09, 2012
SOURCE: final Given that Force 1 = 35 pounds and Force 2 = 120 pounds, find the angle between the forces if the magnitude of the resultant force is 140 pounds. Round answer to the nearest degree. (a)62 (b)13
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I hope it helps somebody.
OACB is a parallelogram. R is the resultant.
Use the cosine law in the triangle OAC
R^2=(F_1)^2+(F_2)^2 -2(F_1)(F_2) cos (angle OAC)
Replace the variables by their known values and reduce your equation to cos (angle OAC) =-53/112. Solve for angle OAC in degrees
angle OAC =arccos(-53/112). The angle between the two vectors is the supplementary of angle OAC
Posted on Dec 07, 2013
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