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The opposing force of friction is 0.600 N. a) How much work does your 2.40-N force do on the book? b) What is the work done on the book by the friction force? C) What is the total work done on the book? 2. You throw a 20-N rock vertically into the air from ground level. You observe that when it is 15.0 m above the ground, it is travelling at 25.0 m/s upward. Use the work-energy theorem to find a) its speed just as it left the ground; b) its maximum height. 3. A spring of negligible mass has a force constant k=1600N/m. a) How far must the spring be compressed for 3.20 J of potential energy to be stored in it? b) You place the spring vertically with one end of the floor. You then drop a 1.20 kg book onto it from a height of 0.80 m above the top of the spring. Find the maximum distance the spring will be compressed. 4. You and your friends are doing physics experiments on a frozen pond that serves as a frictionless, horizontal surface. Sam, with a mass 80.0 kg, is given a push and slides eastward. Abigail, with mass 50.0 kg, is sent sliding northward. They collide and. After the collision, Sam is moving at north of east with a speed of 6.00 m/s and Abigail is moving at south of east with a speed of 9.00 m/s. a) What was the speed of each person before the collision? b) by how much did the total kinetic energy of the two people decrease during the collision? 5. A 10.0 g marble slides to the left with a velocity of magnitude 0.4010 m/s on the frictionless, horizontal surface of an icy, New York sidewalk and has a head-on elastic collision with a larger 30.0 g marble sliding to the right with a velocity of magnitude 0.200 m/s (Fig. 8.35). a) Find the velocity of each marble (magnitude and direction) after the collision. (Since the collision is head-on, all the motion is along a line.) b) Calculate the change in momentum (that is, the momentum after the collision minus the momentum before the collision) for each marble. Compare the values you get for each marble. c) Calculate the change in kinetic energy (that is, the kinetic energy after the collision minus the kinetic energy before the collision) for each marble. Compare the values you get for each marble.

ROTATIONAL MOTION 1. A circular disk rotating at 1800 rpm is applied upon by a constant breaking force until its speed becomes 60 rpm, 10 seconds after the application of the force. (a) What is its angular acceleration? (b) In how many seconds will it come to rest? (c) How many revolutions does it make in 10 seconds? 2. A tennis ball is a hollow sphere with a thin wall. It is set rolling without slipping at 4.03 m/s on a horizontal section of a track, as shown in Figure P10.56. It rolls around the inside of a vertical circular loop 90.0 cm in diameter, and finally leaves the track at a point 20.0 cm below the horizontal section. (a) Find the speed of the ball at the top of the loop. Demonstrate that it will not fall from the track. (b) Find its speed as it leaves the track.

4. find the tension in the wire and the components of the force exerted by the wall on the left end of the beam.00 m long.0 N. (b) the total number of revolutions of the wheel. The combination of an applied force and a friction force produces a constant total torque of 36. Find (a) the moment of inertia of the wheel. The applied force acts for 6.0 s. A hungry bear weighing 700 N walks out on a beam in an attempt to retrieve a basket of food hanging at the end of the beam. and is 6.0 rad/s. what is the maximum distance the bear can walk before the wire breaks? .00 m. (b) If the wire can withstand a maximum tension of 900 N.00 s.0 N-m on a wheel rotating about a fixed axis. The applied force is then removed.3. weighs 200 N. and the wheel comes to rest in 60. During this time the angular speed of the wheel increases from 0 to 10. the basket weighs 80. (a) When the bear is at x = 1. The beam is uniform.

4.2 (ROTARY MOTION. DUE FOR SUBMISSION ON NOVEMBER 22. 3. A water molecule consists of an oxygen atom with two hydrogen atoms bound to it. COPY AND ANSWER THE PROBLEMS. 2012 DURING THE SCHEDULED QUIZ. The angle between the two bonds is 106°. where is the center of mass of the molecule? HOMEWORK NO. If the bonds are 0. CENTER OF GRAVITY) INSTRUCTIONS: 1. . 5. SHOW COMPLETE AND DETAILED SOLUTIONS.5. LATE HOMEWORKS WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED. SECOND CONDITION OF EQUILIBRIUM. USE ONE BOND PAPER PER PROBLEM. 2.100 nm long. SUMMARIZE THE FINAL ANSWERS.

Its pulley has much smaller mass and a radius of 0.FOR STRICT COMPLIANCE. If the tension in the upper (taut) segment of the belt is 135 N and the flywheel has a clockwise angular acceleration of 1. (a) how long does it take the wheel to stop? (b) Through how many radians does it turn while it is slowing down? 2.25 m. (b) What is the final angular speed of a tire in revolutions per second? 3. If the diameter of a tire is 58. It turns on a frictionless axle. 1.0 kg and a diameter of 1.00 rad/s2. assuming that no slipping occurs.00 s. refer to the figure below.67 rad/s2. A car accelerates uniformly from rest and reaches a speed of 22. find the tension in the lower (slack) segment of the . An electric motor turns a flywheel through a drive belt that joins a pulley on the motor and a pulley that is rigidly attached to the flywheel. The flywheel is a solid disk with a mass of 80.230 m. With constant negative angular acceleration of magnitude 2. An electric motor rotating a grinding wheel at 100 rev/min is switched off.0 m/s in 9. find (a) the number of revolutions the tire makes during this motion.0 cm.

03 m/s on a horizontal section of a track. or the same at the top of the loop? Explain. lower. It is set rolling without slipping at 4. so that the ball slid instead of rolling. .belt. (c) Suppose that static friction between ball and track were negligible. A tennis ball is a hollow sphere with a thin wall. Would its speed then be higher. It rolls around the inside of a vertical circular loop 90.0 cm below the horizontal section.0 cm in diameter. (a) Find the speed of the ball at the top of the loop (b) Find its speed as it leaves the track. as shown in the figure below. 4. and finally leaves the track at a point 20.

d = 0. The reel is wound counterclockwise so that the spring stretches a distance d from its unstretched position and is then released from rest. .0°.500 kg. The reel axle and the incline are frictionless.0 N/m. m = 0. and θ = 37. k = 50.200 m. (b) Evaluate the angular speed numerically at this point if I = 1. R = 0.300 m. (a) Find the angular speed of the reel when the spring is again unstretched.5. and the other end is fastened to a cord wrapped around the reel.00 kg•m2. One end of the block of mass m is connected to a spring of force constant k. The reel shown in the figure below has radius R and moment of inertia I.

A playground merry-go-round of radius R = 2. What is the new angular speed of the merry-go-round? . Facing the axle.0-kg child hops onto the merry-go-round and manages to sit down on the edge.6.0 rev/min about a frictionless vertical axle. a 25.00 m has a moment of inertia I = 250 kg•m2 and is rotating at 10.

. and beach souvenirs. light strings. and (c) m3. Determine the masses of the objects (a) m1. A mobile is constructed of light rods. as shown below.7. (b) m2.

A uniform plank of length 6. and 1.50 m apart. Draw a free-body diagram of the plank.0 kg rests horizontally across two horizontal bars of a scaffold.0 kg walk on the overhanging part of the plank before it tips? 9.50 m of the plank hangs over one side of the scaffold. and a square. The bars are 4. Their masses and their coordinates in meters are given. a right triangle. How far can a painter of mass 70.8. Determine the center of gravity for the three-object system. .00 m and mass 30. The figure below shows three uniform objects: a rod.

A force 5.50 m tall.10.50 N to the right acts on the top of the post. Its bottom end is encased in a base 1. PHY11 SW No. A vertical post with a square cross section is 10.0 m tall. which is precisely square but slightly loose. Find the force that the top of the right side wall of the base exerts on the post. Find the force that the bottom of the left side wall of the base exerts on the post. The base maintains the post in equilibrium. 3 .

00 cm. The footprint area of each shoe sole is 14. 7. . A child slides across a floor in a pair of rubber-soled shoes. Find the horizontal distance by which the upper and lower surfaces of each sole are offset. Mega Newton (MN).00 MN/m 2. and (c) the time interval required for the object to move from x = 0 to x = 8. Calculate (a) the maximum value of its speed and acceleration.00 cm from the equilibrium position. A 0. and the thickness of each sole is 5.0 N.00 mm. The shear modulus of the rubber is 3. (b) the speed and acceleration when the object is 6. The friction force acting on each foot is 20.00 N/m vibrates in simple harmonic motion with amplitude of 10.500-kg object attached to a spring with a force constant of 8.0 cm.6.0 cm2.

A U-tube of uniform cross-sectional area. Find (c) the kinetic energy and (d) the potential energy when the position is 3.0 N/m oscillates on a horizontal.00 cm. with h2 = 1.00 cm. If the equilibrium configuration of the tube is as shown.00 cm. .0-g object connected to a spring with a force constant of 35. Water is then poured into both arms. Find (a) the total energy of the system and (b) the speed of the object when the position is 1. open to the atmosphere. determine the value of h1.8. is partially filled with mercury. frictionless surface with amplitude of 4.00 cm. 9. A 50.

A rubber stopper is inserted into the nozzle. (a) Calculate the friction force exerted on the stopper by the nozzle.00 cm and negligible mass. The water can drain from the tank through a hose of diameter 6. what is the mass of the frog? 11.50 m above the nozzle. A frog in a hemispherical pod just floats without sinking into a sea of bluegreen ooze with density 1.60 cm.00 h? (c) Calculate the gauge pressure of the flowing water in the hose just behind the nozzle. containing water for emergencies. . (b) The stopper is removed.35 g/cm3.10.20 cm. If the pod has radius 6. What mass of water flows from the nozzle in 2. The water level in the tank is kept 7. A village maintains a large tank with an open top. The hose ends with a nozzle of diameter 2.

INSTRUCTIONS: 1. . SHOW COMPLETE AND DETAILED SOLUTIONS. 3. SUMMARIZE THE FINAL ANSWERS. COPY AND ANSWER THE PROBLEMS. 2. USE ONE BOND PAPER PER PROBLEM. 4.

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