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Find out more**The ring is in a vertical plane
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and rotates about a vertical axis through its centre at a constant angular speed ω, as shown

Given quantities: ω = 3 rev/s = 6π rad/s and radius of ring = 0.2 m

d

0.2m

F

gr

= 0 ˆ x − mg ˆ y (1)

F

N

=

F

N

sin(θ) ˆ x +

F

N

cos(θ) ˆ y N (2)

As it is in vertical equilibrium,

F

x

=

mv

2

d

ˆ x (3)

F

y

=

0 (4)

Combining equation 3 with equations 1 and 2,

F

x

=

mv

2

d

ˆ x

F

N

sin(θ) ˆ x =

mv

2

d

ˆ x

F

N

=

mv

2

d sin(θ)

(5)

Combining equation 4 with equation 1 and 2,

F

y

=

0

−mg ˆ y +

F

N

cos(θ) ˆ y =

0

F

N

cos(θ) = mg (6)

Substituting equation 5 into equation 6,

mv

2

cos(θ)

d sin(θ)

= mg

v

2

cot(θ)

d

= g

cot(θ) =

dg

v

2

tan(θ) =

v

2

dg

(7)

We know that v = wd,Substituting that into equation 7,

tan(θ) =

dω

2

g

(8)

Substituting d = 0.2 sin(θ) into equation 8, (9)

1

tan(θ) =

0.2 sin(θ)ω

2

g

1

cos(θ)

=

0.2ω

2

g

cos(θ) =

g

0.2ω

2

(10)

Substituting ω = 6π into equation 10, we get θ = 82.073

o

. (b) for ω = 1rad/s,substituing it in

equation 10 we see that the solution does not exist.

2.

E

k

i

= 15J (1)

E

k

f

= 18J (2)

F(x) = 5 − cx + x

2

(3)

Using the work-energy theorem,

W = ∆E

k

x

f

x

i

Fdx = 18 − 15

3

2

(5 − cx + x

2

) dx = 3

5x −

c

2

x

2

+

x

3

3

3

2

= 3

15 −

c

2

9 +

3

3

3

−

10 −

c

2

2

2

+

2

3

3

= 3

c =

10

3

2

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