Force and extension coursework

We know how to recognize good behavior. We write solid EPRs, express our gratitude in Letters of Appreciation, or submit deserving members for medals. But how do we deal with bad behavior? This is one of the supervisor's most difficult duties. It's tough to make the decision to document substandard behavior and it's awkward to describe that behavior in writing. There are a range of disciplinary options available but the most common and useful tool for this purpose is the Air Force Letter of Counseling. We are collecting examples of Letters of Counseling (in AF Form 174 or letterhead format) and other information related to LOCs that might be useful. More info on the Air Force Letter of Counseling ...

In another example, suppose that two bodies A and B having masses m 1 {\displaystyle m_{1}} and m 2 {\displaystyle m_{2}} , respectively, are connected with each other by an inextensible string over a frictionless pulley. There are two forces acting on the body A: its weight ( w 1 = m 1 g {\displaystyle w_{1}=m_{1}g} ) pulling down, and the tension T {\displaystyle T} in the string pulling up. Therefore, the net force F 1 {\displaystyle F_{1}} on body A is w 1 − T {\displaystyle w_{1}-T} , so m 1 a = m 1 g − T {\displaystyle m_{1}a=m_{1}g-T} . In an extensible string, Hooke's law applies.

You may qualify for an Out-of-Area Extension if you (or the driver) and your Georgia-registered vehicle are temporarily located well outside of the 13-county emissions testing area of the state of Georgia due to school, military or business obligations. If you are unsure whether you or your vehicle are considered “well-outside” the 13 covered counties, please review the “Georgia Counties Within Driving Distance” and/or “Bordering States’ County List Requiring an Inspection” documents or contact GCAF at with the location of the school or business.

Force and extension coursework

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