For an object on a frictionless incline making an angle
theta with the horizontal, the acceleration is g*sin(theta) and
is directed down the incline.
On a rough incline, the force of friction always opposes
the motion. The total acceleration for motion up a rough
incline is different that the acceleration for motion down the
Applications of Newton's Laws, Part 1: Inclines
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