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UNIT IV: Worksheet 1

In each of the following situations, represent the object with a particle. Sketch all the forces acting upon the object, making the length of each vector represent the magnitude ofthe force.

1. Object lies motionless. 2. Object slides at constant speed without friction.

3. Object slows due to kinetic friction.

4. Object slides without friction.

5. Static friction prevents sliding.

6. An object is suspended from the ceiling.

7. An object is suspended from the ceiling.

8. The object is motionless.

9. The object is motionless.

10. The object is motionless.

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Unit IV wsl v3.0

17. 18. The object is pulled by a force parallel to the surface. The object is falling (no air resistance). The ball is rising in a parabolic trajectory. The object is pushed by a force applied downward at an angle. F 15.0 . 12. The ball is at the top of a parabolic trajectory . The object is pulled upward at constant speed. • • ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 2 Unit IV wsl v3.11. The object is pulled by a force at an angle to the surface. :=: 16. F 13. The object is falling at constant (terminal) velocity. 14.

Write the equation for the sum of the forces in the y-direction. 1. (Hint: There is more than one way to defme the system. Case A CaseB :""""""""""'~ *""""""""""'~ . How does the tension compare? ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 1 Unit IV ws3 v3. Determine the tension in each cable in case A and case B.0 . What is the tension in the cable? Repeat the problem above with a 5° angle.Name Date Pd __ __ UNIT IV: Worksheet 3 For each of the problems below. carefully draw a force diagram ofthe system before attempting to solve the problem. The object hung from the cable has a weight of25 N.""'~"""""""'~ 2.) 3. Determine tension in each cable.

What is the value of T2? b. What is the mass of the block on the ramp? 20 kg ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 2 Unit IV ws3 v3. The box on the frictionless ramp is held at rest by the tension force. The mass ofthe box is 20 kg.4.0 . acting on the ball? What is the force of gravity 5. Write the equation for the sum of the forces in the x-direction. In the system below the pulley and ramp are frictionless and the block is in static equilibrium. What is the value of the tension force? What is the value of the normal force? 6. The cable at left exerts a -30 N force. a. Write the equation for the sum of the forces in the y-direction.

0 .7. motion? What is the value of the frictional force opposing the b. a. What is the value of the normal force? 8. Sum the forces in the x-direction.. He pushes the broom with a 5. a. He applies a 200 N force at an angle of 30° . Sum the forces in the y-direction. The broom handle makes a 50° angle with the floor. Sum of the forces in the x-direction. If the frictional force were suddenly reduced to zero.0 kg broom at constant speed across the floor. motion? What is the value of the frictional force opposing the c. Sum the forces in the y-direction.. A man pushes a 2. .0 N force. what would happen to the broom? ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 3 Unit IV ws3 v3. A man pulls a 50 kg box at constant speed across the floor. What is the value of the normal force? b.

. draw a force diagram for block B... 1.. . constant v 2.. to the right.. The choices for all the questions are as follows: A block A exerts a greater force B block B exerts a greater force C the forces are equal In the space to the left of each diagram.0 .. . draw a force diagram for block A.. . constant v 3.Name Date Pd__ __ UNIT IV: Worksheet 4 For each of the situations compare the forces exerted by the blocks on each other as they move on a table with some friction. constant v ©Modeling Workshop Project 2006 1 Unit IV ws4 v3. constant a 4..

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