# SOLUTION: If a rope is wound around a wooden pole, the number of pounds of frictional force, F, between the pole and the rope is a function of the number of turns, N, according to the equati

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 Question 56706: If a rope is wound around a wooden pole, the number of pounds of frictional force, F, between the pole and the rope is a function of the number of turns, N, according to the equation f=14*10^0.70n. What is the frictional force when the number of turns is: 0.5, 1, 3?Answer by stanbon(57377)   (Show Source): You can put this solution on YOUR website!f(n)=14*10^0.70n. What is the frictional force when the number of turns is: 0.5, 1, 3? ----------- f(0.5)=14*10^(35)=1.4*10^36 lbs. of frictional force f(1)=14*10^0.7=1.4*10^1.7 = 1.4(10^1.7)=70.166... lbs. of frictional force f(3)=14*10^(2.1)= 14*125.8925...=1762.4955... lbs. of frictional forch. Cheers, Stan H.