Problems 42 through 52 describe a situation. For each, draw a motion diagram, a force-identification diagram, and a free-body diagram.
You’ve jumped down from a platform. Your feet are touching
the ground and your knees are flexing as you stop.
The motion diagram states the velocity of the person jumping down from a platform also the direction of acceleration.
The free-body diagram and the force-identification diagram represent the clear idea on the object along with the forces acting on it.
Therefore, the motion diagram of the person should be as follows:
To identify the forces acted on the rock, we have to follow the given steps:
The free body diagram is a pictorial representation of an object under some forces where the objects act as the particle and the forces acting on the object.
To draw a free-body diagram, we have to follow some steps as given below:
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