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Dr. R. A. Di Dio / Chestnut Hill College

1. Sketch velocity-time graphs for each the following situations, in which an object moving in 1-d

experiences…

a) A net constant force acting in the x-direction

b) A net force that starts in the + x-direction and shrinks to zero in 10 sec

c) A oscillating net force that always stays in the + direction

d) An oscillating net force that fluctuates between + and – directions

Note: Sketch a force-time graph immediately above your velocity-time graphs. Explain your

answers!

2. For the 2-D trajectory indicated, each dot corresponds to 1 elapsed second (several of the dots have

been labeled )

a) Sketch the x(t) and y(t) graphs that produce this trajectory. Both graphs must be on the same

page, with the y-graph above the x-graph

b) Calculate the average velocity between t = 2 and t=5 seconds. Leave your answer in i-j notation.

2-D motion

t=0

15

t=1 s

10

t=5 s

y(m)

0

-2 0 2 4 6 8

-5

-10

t=7 s

-15

x(m)

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Name _____________________________________

3. Three forces of magnitude 15.0 N act on a 6.8 kg mass. The forces are oriented at 30, 70, and 190-

degrees from the + x-axis. Determine the acceleration of the mass (leave in unit-vector form)

4. A projectile is fired horizontally from the top of a building 70 m high. Neglecting air resistance,

a) Determine the air time

b) Determine the range

c) Determine the velocity at the ground (magnitude and direction)

(Note: If using calculator to answer this question, indicate the formulas entered)

three cables. The cable labeled T2 is horizontal and the

cable labeled T1 makes an angle of 45-degrees with

respect to the wall. T1

b) Draw a free body diagram for the knot where the

three cables meet. Indicating an appropriate T3

coordinate system, use Newton I to write down two

equations containing the two unknowns T1 and T2

(Do Not solve!)

6. A 0.5 kg ball connected to a string moves in a vertical circle at constant speed, completing one

rotation in 7.0 sec. Its centripetal acceleration is 1.2 m/s2

a) Determine the radius of the circle

b) Determine the tension in the string when the ball is at the lowest point in its motion

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