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1. A 5.0 kg block moves across a frictionless

7

surface from x = 0, where it has a velocity

of 5 m/s to x = 3.0 m , subject to the 6

following varying force, which acts only in 5

the x-direction. 4

a) Approximate the total work done on the

Force (N)

3

block by the force during the

displacement. 2

b) Determine the speed of the mass at x = 1

3 m. 0

-1 0 1 2 3 4

-2

Position (m)

2. Two cars, each of the same mass, travel towards each other at the same speed and ultimately

collide. Sketch px vs. time graphs of for mass 1 and mass 2, and for the total system. (all

three graphs on the same set of axes) for (a) a totally inelastic collision, and (b) a perfectly

elastic collision. Be sure to label all axes and curves appropriately!

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II. Problems (60 pts)

3. A block of mass 2.4 kg moves to the right at 5 m/s, colliding with a stationary block of mass 6.0 kg.

Calculate the final velocity of the masses after a collision, assuming (a) a totally inelastic collision,

and (b) a perfectly elastic one.

4. A helicopter hoists a 65 kg astronaut 20 m vertically from the ocean using a cable. The tension in the

cable is 10% more than the weight of the astronaut.

a) Determine the work done by gravity as the astronaut is lifted the 20 m

b) Determine the work done by the cable tension as the astronaut is lifted the 20 m

c) Use work-kinetic energy theorem to determine the velocity of the astronaut as she reaches the

helicopter

track, enters a loop-the-loop, then exits at

ground level. The block starts at height h

above the ground, and the loop has radius R

top of the of the loop

h R

b) Determine the velocity of the block as it

exits along the ground

6. A karate expert breaks a pine board with a rapid hand chop. The hand is 540 g and strikes the top of

the board with a speed of 9.5 m/s. The hand breaks the board, coming to a rest in 0.01 s after hitting

the board.

a) What is the impulse delivered to the hand by the board? (Calculate magnitude and indicate

direction)

b) What is the average force on the block by the hand during the chop?

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