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Queens University

Faculty of Applied Science

Engineering Physics

APSC 111 Course Manual

2010-2011

i

Index

Section Page

I. Course Information ii

II. Course Content ... v

III. Review Problems 1

ii

APSC 111 Course Information

Instructors

Dr. Tony Noble

Sections: 34MNOPQ

Room 304C Stirling Hall

533-2679

e-mail: potato@owl.phy.queensu.ca

Dr. Somi Narayanan

Room 376 Stirling Hall

Sections: FGHIKL

533-2703

e-mail: somi@physics.queensu.ca

Dr. Mark Boulay (course coordinator)

Sections: 12ABCDE

Room 304G Stirling Hall

533-6197

email: mark.boulay@queensu.ca

Classes

All lectures will begin Wednesday September 15, or later, depending on your section. Assignments will

also be starting that week, please make sure you have the text book, have registered for Mastering

Physics (see below), and have a Turning Point Clicker (see below).

Mastering Physics (Online Assignments)

Mastering Physics, is an online service where weekly assignments will be posted, and graded. You will

need to have an access code to log in, and the course ID code, which is APSC111MGB. A Mastering

Physics access code can be purchased at the bookstore (note that you must purchase the access code at

the bookstore to get a reduced price negotiated for students of APSC111). Online assignments will be

due on each Sunday of the term, by 10:00 pm. There will be 12 in total. You are strongly encouraged to

begin by completing the "Introduction to MasteringPhysics" which will teach you how to input data

properly. The first assignment which will be marked is Homework assignment 1 due September 19

th

.

Details for registering with MasteringPhysics:

You must go to www.masteringphysics.com and register as a new student, enter your Queen's student

number, and use your Queen's e-mail address. The student number should be seven digits: e.g.

7654321 and, the e-mail must be given in the format ajn00@queensu.ca This is important... without

the correct information, it will be extremely difficult to merge your MasteringPhysics assignment

grades with your grades at Queen's. If required to select a textbook, select "Giancoli Physics for

Scientists and Engineers, 4th edition" - this is not a required text for the course but some of the

MasteringPhysics problems will be taken from this text.

iii

TurningPoint Clickers

All of the instructors in this course will be making use of the TurningPoint Clickers. The use of clickers

allows for realtime feedback of your understanding of the material, and for peer based teaching. Some

of your overall grade will be based on your class participation with the clickers. It is vital that your

clicker is registered if you are to get credit for clicker use in class.

Tutorials

Each section will get one tutorial session per week, starting in week 3. A number of problems taken

from the textbook and the course manual will be assigned (tutorial problems are not graded), some of

which will be set in the tutorials, with the remainder to be considered as homework.

TA's for this course are:

Konstantin Anoshkin - kanoshkin@physics.queensu.ca

Jeremy Durelle - jdurelle@astro.queensu.ca

Joey Fox - joey@sno.phy.queensu.ca

Mechanics Background Survey Questionnaire

During the first weeks of class you will be asked to complete a brief online quiz that will be used to

assess your current knowledge of the course material, and that will later be used to assess learning in

the course. Your mark on this quiz does not affect your course mark, but you will receive 2% for

participation.

Course Marks

Online assignments 12 assignments 7%

Class participation TurningPoint clickers 3%

Mechanics Background Quiz online 2%

Midterm exam 1 19%

Midterm exam 2 19%

Final exam 50%

Total 100%

Mid-Term Exams

The tentative midterm dates are

- Midterm exam 1: Wednesday evening, October 13th (week 5) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Multiple-choice

questions.

- Midterm exam 2: Wednesday evening, November 10th (week 9) 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm. Several

questions requiring written solutions.

(when studying from old exams, please keep in mind that the course content has changed from last

year!)

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Course Material

1. Required: "Fundamentals of Physics" by Halliday, Resnick, and Walker, 9th Edition.

2. Required: "MasteringPhysics Access Code (see above).

3. Required: "TurningPoint Clicker (see above).

4. Required: "APSC 111 Course Manual" available on this website

Other resources:

The moodle web page for this course includes: general course information (this page), your instructor's

course notes, a course outline, some solutions to old exams (to be posted), and a list of the problems to

be discussed in tutorials.

v

APSC 111 Course Content (2010)

In this course we will discuss the following topics:

Measurement and Vectors - Review of measurements, vector quantities and manipulation. Halliday,

Resnick, Walker (HRW) chapter 1, chapter 3 (review) - 2 lectures

Kinematics displacement, average and instantaneous velocity and acceleration, uniformly accelerated

motion in one, two, and three dimensions, projectile motion, angular velocity, constant angular

acceleration, centripetal and tangential accelerations in circular motion, and relative velocity. HRW

chapter 2, chapter 4 5 lectures

Dynamics force, Newtons laws, inertial mass, weight, reactions, tension, free-body diagrams,

friction, gravity, Hookes Law, and terminal velocity. HRW chapter 5, chapter 6 6 lectures

Work and Energy work done by constant and variable forces, work done by a spring, kinetic energy,

work-energy theorem, power, conservative and non-conservative forces, potential energy, energy

conservation, gravitational potential energy. HRW chapter 7, chapter 8 6 lectures

Linear Momentum and Collisions linear momentum, impulse, conservation of momentum, elastic

and inelastic collisions in one and two dimensions, centre of mass, motion of a system of particles.

HRW chapter 9 6 lectures

Rotational Dynamics Rotational variables, angular displacement and acceleration, kinetic energy of

rotation, rotational inertia, torque, Newtons second law for rotation, work and rotational kinetic

energy, rolling and angular momentum. HRW chapter 10, chapter 11 7 lectures

Static Equilibrium conditions of equilibrium, torque, centre of gravity, solving statics problems.

HRW chapter 12

APSC 111 REVIEW PROBLEMS

1

Note. This Course Manual is in the progress of being scanned using OCR software,

updated and corrected. As of now, all problems have been completed. Please let me

know of any errors. Work will continue to improve the figures.

M1.

(a) Ground control radar observations show that an aircraft is traveling N55E at a ground

speed of 270 km/h. Meanwhile the aircraft pilot radios that he is heading N30E with an

airspeed of 220 km/h. Calculate the wind velocity. (117 km/h, S72.2E)

(b) A small boat is observed to be 2000 m NE of a launch and to be traveling NW at 11.5 km/h.

If the launch speed is 25.0 km/h, which direction should it head in order to meet the boat?

(N17. 6E)

M2. An aircraft is flying at 8000 m on a bearing of N30E at 800 km/h when the navigator sights a

radio beacon at a direct (not horizontal distance of 9000 m on a bearing of N60W. Taking

coordinates with y up and x east, find:

(a) the position vector of the beacon with respect to the aircraft 60 s later,

) m

9500

8000

10200 ( k j i +

(b) the bearing and angle of depression of the beacon at this instant.(S47.2W, 29.8)

M3. A ship steams due east at 24 km/h. A submarine 4.0 km away fires a torpedo which has a speed of

50 km/h. If the bearing of the ship as seen from the submarine is N20E in what direction should

the torpedo be fired to hit the ship? How long will it take for the torpedo to reach the ship?

(N46.8E, 6.6 min)

M4. At a particular time a car A is traveling south at

50 km/h and is situated 1100 m north of an

intersection. A second car B is traveling west

at 80 km/h and is situated 900 m east of the

same intersection. Assume the cars travel at

constant speed and find the distance of their

closest approach, and the time elapsed before

they reach this situation (456 m, 51.4 s)

B

A

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M5. Two friends A and B are directly opposite one another on the opposite banks of a

200 m wide river which flows at a uniform speed of 3.0 km/h. A, who has a boat

and can row relative to still water with a speed of 4.0 km/h sets out to cross the

stream at the same instant as B begins to walk along the bank in the downstream

direction at a steady speed of 5.0 km/h.

(a) At what constant angle to the bank must A head his boat so that he meets B at

the time A reaches the bank? (60)

(b) When do they meet? (5.8 x 10

-2

h)

(c) How far does A travel relative to the bank to get across? (350 m)

M6. An instrument capsule is released by parachute from an aircraft and at a given time

the capsule is 300 m above the sea and 400 m north of harbour. The chute is

dropping at a constant speed of 15 km/h and there is a 15 km/h wind blowing

towards the northeast. A launch sets out from the harbour at this time in order to

recover the capsule as soon as the capsule reaches the water. What is the direction

and magnitude of the required velocity of the launch with respect to the water?

(Neglect the effect of the wind on the launch and assume the water is at rest.) (32.4

km/h N19.1E)

M7. The vectors A and B are given by:

i. A = and N )

32 . 3

00 . 3

00 . 4 ( k j i + +

ii. B = m )

12 . 3

50 . 1

00 . 2 ( k j i + +

(b) Find the Scalar Product A B of the vectors A and B. (22.9 Nm )

(c) Find the angle between vectors A and B. (17.7)

(d) Find the magnitude of the cross product AB (7.30 Nm)

M8. A particle moves in a plane according to:

i. x = A sin(t) + Bt N.B. A, B and are constants

ii. y =A cos (t) + A

(b) Calculate the instantaneous velocity and acceleration.

(c) When the particle is at its maximum and minimum value of y, what will be the

instantaneous velocity and acceleration?

i. Max: v = i

(A + B), a = j

(A

2

)

ii. Min: v = i

(-A + B), a = j

(A

2

)

M9. An evening mist descends on the sailing Olympics. A competitor who has finished

the race is seen to be mistakenly sailing away from the race finishing point in a

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south easterly direction at 8.0 km/h and a launch is dispatched from the Yacht Club

to intercept him. The launch's speed is 15.0 km/h and the race finishing point is l .0

km S.W. of the Yacht Club

(a) In what direction should the launch travel? (S 13 W)

(b) After how many minutes will the launch meet the yacht? (4.7 min)

M10. A river is 1.0 km wide, and flows at 10 km/h.

Points A and B are on opposite banks, directly

across from each other, while point C is 1.0 km

upstream from A. A motorboat which can move

at 25 km/h in still water travels from A to B,

then from B to C. What is the minimum

possible time for this trip? (7.64 min)

M11. A Mars Lander spacecraft begins its power descent from a height of 1.3 km with

an initial downward velocity of 79 m/s and a design goal of touchdown with a

downward velocity of 2.4 m/s. The mass of the space craft is 290 kg and is

constant during the descent.

What is the required constant rocket thrust to meet the design goals? Note: The

acceleration due to gravity near the surface of Mars is 38% of that on earth.

M12. Zippo the human cannon-ball is shot with a velocity of 20 m/s at an elevation of

40 to land on a truck moving directly away at a constant velocity of 10 m/s If the

cannon is 3.0 m above the truck how far away should the truck be when the cannon

is fired in order for Zippo to land on the truck? (15.1 m)

B

A C

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M13. In the baseball World Series a batter hits a ball at a height 1.5 m above the ground

so that its angle of projection was 50 to the horizontal. It landed in the bleachers

12 m up from the bottom as shown in the diagram. The stands slope upwards at an

angle of 30 to the horizontal and the bottom seats are 120 m from home plate.

(a) What was the initial speed of the struck ball? (36.6 m/s)

(b) What was the maximum height above the ground that the ball reached?

(Assume that air resistance and wind effects may be neglected.) (41.5 m)

M14. A runner starts from a point 3.0 m east of a person who throws a ball to the runner.

The runner runs with a constant speed. If the thrower throws the ball with a speed

of 12 m/s at an elevation of 40 in the direction E 30 N. at what speed and in what

direction must the runner run to be able to catch the ball? (The ball is thrown and

caught at the same height). (7.6 m/s, E37N)

120 m

50

1.5 m

12 m

30

3 m

30

m

N

E

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M15. A skier, traveling horizontally at 11.0 m/s goes off the edge of a sharp drop as

shown in the figure. The vertical drop is 3.0 m and has a 30 slope starting at its

base A 3.0 m tree is growing vertically a distance 12.0 m along the slope

(a) Calculate by how much the skier clears the top of the tree.

(b) lf he does not touch any part of the tree, how far from the base of the vertical

drop does he land? (a) 1.62 m (b) 21.2 m

M16. A pilot boat is steaming parallel to, but 35 m from, a supertanker when a small

packet is thrown horizontally from the tanker to the pilot. If the supertanker is

steaming at 32 km/h and the pilot at 12 km/h, what must be the minimum velocity

(magnitude and direction) with which the packet is thrown in order to just reach

the pilot if the tanker deck is 20 m above the pilot and the packet is thrown when

the thrower is at closest approach to the pilot (18.2. m/s, 108)

M17. A ball is thrown from the top of a 18.29 m tower. It starts with a speed of 19.51 m/s

in a direction 30.0 above the horizontal. Neglecting air resistance. find

(a) the height above the ground to which it will rise (23.1 m)

(b) the time of flight. (3.17 s)

(c) the distance from the foot of the tower to the point at which it strikes the level

surface (53.5 m)

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M18. Evel Weevil plans to leap over London buses on his motorcycle in Wembley

Stadium. He will take off from the ramp at an angle of 30.0 at a speed of 70 km/h

and the end of the ramp is 2.0 m above the level ground

(a) If the landing ramp is identical to the take-off ramp, where should it be

placed? (33 4 m)

(b) What is the largest number of London buses parked side-by-side that Evel can

leap over? The buses are 5.0 m high and 2.5 m wide (8 buses)

M19. In a lecture demonstration a ball is fired from a gun at an angle of 20 above the

horizontal in the direction of a can which is released from rest at the instant the ball

leaves the gun. If the magnitude of the initial displacement of the can relative to

the ball is 7.5 m and the gun is 2.0 m above the Floor, what is the initial velocity

for the ball if the collision occurs as the can hits the floor? (7.8 m/s)

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M20. At the instant shown, cars A and B are traveling at speeds of 20 km/h and 65 km/h

respectively. If B is accelerating at 1200 km/h2 while A maintains a constant

speed, determine the velocity and acceleration of A with respect to B

) m/s

22 . 0 m/s, )

1 . 18

55 . 5 (

2

j j i

M21. A car moves at 10 m/s up a 30 ramp. A passenger projects a stone horizontally in a

direction at right angles to the direction of motion of the car. The speed of

projection is 10 m/s relative to the car and at the instant of projection the stone is

7.0 m above the surrounding level ground. Calculate

(a) the time elapsed when the stone hits the ground (1.81 s)

(b) the magnitude of the displacement of the stone from the point of projection at

the instant it hits the ground. (24.9 m)

M22. A car starts from rest and moves round a circular track of radius 30.0 m. Its speed

increases at the constant rate of 0.50 m/s

2

. What is the magnitude of the

acceleration of the car after l5.0 s have elapsed and what is the direction of the

acceleration with respect to the track at this time? (1.9 m/s

2

, 75 )

Y

X

B

A

100 m

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M23. A balloon is descending through still air at a constant speed of 2 0 m/s The

balloonists wish to drop just enough ballast so that they will eventually rise at the

same speed of 2 0 m/s The total weight of the balloon (including balloonists and

ballast) is 1 1,000 N and the gas gives it a constant upwards buoyant force of

10,500 N The magnitude of the air resistance drag on the balloon is proportional to

v2 only, where v is the balloon's speed through the air What is the mass of ballast

they should drop? (102 kg) What is the acceleration just after the ballast has been

dropped? (0 98 m/s2) What is their eventual velocity if instead they drop 20 kg of

ballast? (1 56 m/s downwards)

M24. A student's car has broken down and a professor of physics had kindly offer to tow

it. The cars are on an incline of 20 to the horizontal and it is necessary to tow the

car up the incline The student's car weighs 11 kN and the professor's car weighs 13

kN. Assume the frictional forces on the student's car can be neglected. Find the

maximum distance the car can be towed in the first 10 s if a rope having a breaking

strength of 4.5 kN is used. (32.9 m)

M25. M

1

= 1.5 kg and M

2

=2.5 kg are connected by a

cord which passes over a pulley as shown. A

force F = 25 N is applied to the axle of the pulley

as shown Neglect the mass of the string and the

pulley. Find

(a)

(i) the tension In the cord (12.5 N)

(ii) the acceleration of each of the two masses.

(1.48 m/s

2

, 0)

(b) What is the minimum applied force F if M

2

is

to rise off the floor (49 N)

M26. A light rope passing over a light frictionless pulley is fastened to a platform and a

man on the platform holds the other end of the rope The man pulls on the rope with

sufficient force to give himself and the platform an upward acceleration of 0.9 m/s

2

Find the tension in the rope and the reaction between the man's feet and the

platform on which he stands The masses of the man and the platform are 70 kg and

30 kg respectively (536 N, 214 N)

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M27. A skier notes that on a 35 slope if he throws a

snowball down the slope at an elevation of 60

it lands 20 m along the slope. If he releases a

ski from rest to slide straight down the slope at

the same instant the snowball is thrown, it

lands on the ski. Find:

(a) the speed with which he throws the

snowball. (1 l .5 m/s)

(b) the coefficient of friction (0.087)

M28. A locomotive of mass 100 t is pulling one car of mass 75 t on a mountain railway

up a 3 incline. The coefficient of static friction between the driving wheels and the

rails is 0.25 and the frictional drag forces are negligible. (1 tonne = 1 t = 1,000 kg)

(a) If half the load of the locomotive is on the driving wheels, what is the

maximum acceleration up the slope? (0.186 m/s

2

)

(b) For this acceleration, what is the tension in the coupling between the car and

the locomotive? (52.5 kN)

M29. Two masses m

1

= 2.0 kg and m

2

= l .0 kg are connected together by a light string

which passes over a light frictionless pulley as shown. The coefficient of friction

between m

1

and m

2

is 0.35 and the friction between m

1

and the incline is

negligible. If the mass m

1

, is initially moving down the Incline find

(a) the acceleration of m

1

(0.347 m/s

2

up plane)

(b) the tension in the string (7 53 N)

60

0

35

0

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M30. A length = 0.75 m of table-cloth is pulled out from under a china dish at a

constant speed of v = 2.1 m/s. If the coefficient of kinetic faction between the plate

and the cloth is

1

0.24 = and between the plate and the table is

2

0.50 = ,

calculate the total displacement of the plate until it comes to rest (0.424 m)

M31. A trolley of length 3.0 m is used to lower a slab of granite down a ramp at 25 to

the horizontal. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the slab and the trolley is

0.55.

k

= Normally the trolley is lowered at constant speed 1.2 m/s using the

winch and cable system shown in the drawing. However one day the winch

malfunctions and the trolley is brought to rest with a constant deceleration of 1.3

m/s

2

. The slab of granite is observed to slide on the trolley

(a) What is the maximum possible value of the static coefficient of friction

between the slab and the trolley?

(b) How far does the granite slab slide relative to the trolley?

M32. A locomotive accelerates a 25 car train along a level track. Each car has a mass of

50 tonnes and is subject to a friction force of 250v N where v is the velocity of the

car in m/s. At the instant the velocity of the train is 30 km/h the acceleration is

0.2 m/s

2

Find

(a) the tension in the coupling between the first car and the locomotive (302 kN)

(b) the expression for the tension in the coupling between the nth and (n-1)th car

in the trains and

(c) if the answer to (a) is the maximum force the locomotive can exert on the

trains what is the steepest grade the locomotive can pull the train up at 30

km/h (1.2)

M33. A boy with mass 50 kg uses a light stick to push another boy in a soap box racer,

having a total mass of 75 kg, at constant speed up a ramp Inclined at 10 to the

horizontal. The rolling friction of the racer is negligible and the static coefficient of

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friction

s

, between the ramp and the shoes of the boy pushing is 0.5. Assuming

that the force exerted by the stick is along the stick

(a) calculate the minimum angle from the normal to the ramp that the stick may

be held In order that the boy pushing does not slip, (66)

(b) what is the corresponding compression force in the stick? (140 N)

M34. A block of mass m

1

= 6.0 kg rests on a rough plane which is Inclined at 40 to the

horizontal. The block is connected to the load of mass m by a light string which

passes over a light frictionless pulley as shown in the diagram

(a) Initially the block is stationary and the load is increased if the block first slips

when m=7.1 kg, what is the coefficient of static friction between the block and

the plane? (0.706)

(b) once the block has slipped, if the load then falls with an acceleration of 0.90

m/s

2

what is the coefficient of sliding or kinetic friction between the block and

the plane? (0.44)

M35. A small block of mass m = 2.0 kg sits on a

wedge-shaped block of mass M = 40 kg,

as shown. The coefficient of static friction

between the blocks is 0.40

s

= , while the

horizontal surface on which the large

block rests is smooth What is the

minimum horizontal force F that must be

applied to the large block to keep the small

block from sliding down the face of the

wedge? (221 N)

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M36. A block of mass 10 kg on an inclined plane of

angle 30 is connected by a massless cord passing

over a massless, f'rictionless pulley to a second

block of mass 3.0 kg. A second cord is used to

pull down on the 3.0 kg mass. If the coefficient of

static friction between block and plane is

0.30

s

= , find the range of values for the force F

such that the 10 kg block remains at rest. (

45.1 N F 0 > > )

M37. In the simple latch shown, B moves upward when

A is pushed along the horizontal channel. The

horizontal and vertical channels are frictionless, but

there is friction at the interface between A and B,

which makes an angle of 30 with the horizontal. If

the coefficient of static friction at this interface is

0.60, and B has a mass of 0.50 kg, what is the

minimum horizontal force which must be applied to

A to cause motion? (8.84 N)

M38. A 70 kg person stands on a 30 kg platform and

pulls on a massless rope with a force of 400 N. The

rope passes around a pulley attached to a firm

support, and then around a second pulley attached

to the platform before being firmly anchored. All

sections of the rope are vertical. If both pulleys are

massless and frictionless,

(a) what is the acceleration of the person?

(b) what would be the reading of a weight scale on

which the person stands? (2.19 m/s

2

, 440N)

M39. Two blocks are connected together by a light string as shown. If the coefficient of

friction between all surfaces is 0.25 and the mass and friction acting on the pulley

can be neglected, find F for constant velocity. m

A

= 4.0 kg, m

B

= 10.0 kg (54 N)

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M40. A brick has been placed on the roof of a carousel, as shown. The roof has a pitch

(upward slope) of 20 and the brick is at a radius of 10 m from the centre of the

carousel. The coefficient of static friction between the brick and the roof is 0.50.

What is the maximum number of revolutions per minute at which the carousel may

turn without the brick sliding off (3.2l rpm)

M41. In the arrangement sketched the mass M =

3.0 kg is observed to slide down the

inclined plane. The mass m = 0.50 kg is

held fixed by the horizontal force F. The

coefficient of kinetic friction between all

surfaces is 0.30.

(a) What is the magnitude of F? (5.20 N)

(b) What is the acceleration of M? (0.99

m/s

2

)

M42. A mass of 5 kg is placed in contact with the wall of a vertical cylindrical drum

rotating about its vertical axis. The diameter of the drum is 70 cm and the

coefficients of static and kinetic friction are 0.5 and 0.3 respectively between the

mass and the wall of the drum. Calculate the minimum speed of the drum, in

revolutions per minute, for which the mass will not slide down the wall of the

drum (71 rpm)

M43. A small cube of mass m is in contact with the

inside surface of a hollow cone which rotates about

its axis The wall of the cone makes an angle of 30

with the vertical and the mass is at a distance r =

0.10 m from the axis. If the coefficient of static

friction between the mass and the cone is mu

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0.35 = , what are

(a) the largest, and

(b) smallest rotational velocities of the cone for which the mass will not slip?

(22.8 s

-1

, 9.2 s

-1

)

M44. A small bead of mass m = 200g is

fastened by two threads to a horizontal

rotating rod as shown, and executes

circles in a vertical plane. The angular

velocity of the rod is increased very

gradually until 30 rad/s e = , when one

of the threads breaks. If the threads are

of the some material, what is their breaking strength? (26 N)

M45. A 5 kg mass is attached to a post by a 1 5

m cord The mass moves in a horizontal

circular path with constant speed 5.0 m/s

Find the tension in the cord and the angle

theta which the cord makes with the

horizontal (106 N, 27.6)

M46. In the diagram the two blocks are

connected by a light cord passing over a

light frictionless pulley. The 40 kg block is

given a push down the 30 slope so that it

has an initial velocity of 2.5 m/s. If the

coefficient of friction between blocks and

planes is 0.2, find

(a) the acceleration of each block, (1.02

m/s

2

, 40 kg block up plane)

(b) the tension in the connecting cord (169 N)

M47. A long plank weighing 150 N slides on a level frictionless surface with velocity v

= 8.0 m/s In the direction of its length. A block weighing 35 N with initial velocity

zero is set on the plank. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the plank and

the block is

k

= 0.5, find

(a) the acceleration of the plank and of the block (-1 14 m/s

2

, 4.90 m/s

2

)

(b) the length of the skid mark made by the block on the plank (5.29 m)

45

30

3

0

c

m

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M48. A car travels around a curve of constant radius R = 110 m on a track which is

banked at an angle = 10 as shown. If the coefficient of friction between the tires

and the track is 0.45, at what speed will the car began to slip? (16.5 m/s)

M49. A 1.5 kg mass and a 1.0 kg mass are placed on a turntable 0.15 m from the axis

and diametrically opposite each other. The coefficient of static friction between the

table and each mass is 0.50

(a) Find the angular speed at which the masses will start to slip (5.7 rad/s)

(b) If the masses are now joined together by a piece of light string (0.3 m long)

find the angular speed at which slipping will occur (12.8 rad/s)

M50. A block of small size and mass 0.036

kg is placed just inside the edge of a

pan of radius R = 0.25 m so that it is

touching the horizontal bottom and the

vertical side as shown The pan is

rotated about its vertical axis so that

the tangential acceleration of a point

on the rim is 15.0 m/s

2

. The

coefficient of static friction between

the block and both the side and the

bottom of the pan is 0.75. The block does not slide relative to the pan if the

rotational speed is greater than a minimum value What is this rotational speed

expressed in revolutions per minute? (61 rpm)

M51. An orbiting spacecraft of l 500 kg mass is 300 km above the surface of the earth,

and its speed is 27,700 km/h. It is desired to increase its speed while maintaining

the same circular path about the centre of the earth. To effect this, rockets are fired

which provide a thrust variable in magnitude and direction so that the force

component tangential to the orbit is a constant 40,000 N. What angle do the

thruster rockets make with the radial direction when one quarter of an orbit has

been negotiated since the time of their ignition? What happens when the rockets

are extinguished? (17.7)

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M52. A pendulum bob weighing 15 N moves uniformly in a horizontal circle at the end

of a spring which makes an angle of 55 with the vertical and is attached to the

ceiling. The spring has unstretched length 60 cm and spring constant 250 N/m

(a) By how much is the spring extended? (105 mm)

(b) How long does it take for the pendulum to make one complete revolution?

(1.28 s)

M53.

(a) A car is accelerated around a level circular track of radius 160 m. At time t = 0

it has a speed of 14 m/s and a total linear acceleration of 1.8 m/s

2

. Find its

angular acceleration (0.0082 rad/s

2

)

(b) Assume the angular acceleration remains constant at the value found in (a). At

what time will the car start to skid if the coefficient of friction between the

tires and the road is 0.35? (6 45 s)

M54. An electric motor delivers 2.0 kW to a winch which uses 80% of this power to haul

a 3,500 N ingot up a 10 incline at a constant speed of 0.80 m/s

(a) What is the tension in the cable? (2.0 kN)

(b) How much work is done by the motor as the ingot is dragged 8.0 m along the

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incline? (20.0 kJ)

(c) How much work is done by the frictional force on the ingot as it dragged the

8.0 m? (-11.1 kJ)

M55. Radiance, the Queen's Solar Car, has a mass, including the driver, of 310 kg and an

electrical power output from its solar cells of 1200 W. Storage batteries are used to

supply additional power. The frictional and aerodynamic drag to which Radiance

are subject can be expressed as:

( )

2 -2 2

24.5 N 0.103 Ns m

r

F v = +

where v is the speed of the car. The motor may be assumed to be 90% efficient at

converting electrical to mechanical power.

(a) Without drawing any power what is the angle of an incline that the car will

coast down at a steady speed of 80 km/h? (1.4)

(b) In addition to the solar cell power how much extra electrical power must be

suppler by the storage batteries to give the car its specified maximum speed of

120 km/hr on a level road? (3945 W)

(c) If the car is traveling up an incline of 10 at a speed of 36 km/hr how much

electrical power is required to accelerate the car at 0.50 m/s

2

? (2700 W)

M56. The engine of a 1000 kg car can develop power of 100 h.p. (1 h.p. = 746 W). The

car can accelerate at 2.0 m/s

2

when moving at 80 km/h up a 2 slope. If resistive

forces are proportional to the speed,

(a) at what maximum speed will the car be able to accelerate at 3 m/s

2

up a 5

slope,

(b) what fraction of maximum power must be used to cruise at constant 100 km/h

on level ground, and

(c) how steep a slope can the car go up at 70 km/h ? (58.5 km/h, 47%, l 7.5)

M57. A block of mass 3.5 kg is pushed along a horizontal surface a distance of 7.0 m.

The applied force, P is directed downwards at an angle of 30 with respect to the

horizontal and has a fixed magnitude of 10.0 N. The coefficient of kinetic friction

is 0.12.

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(a) What is the work done by the applied force? (60.6 J)

(b) What is the work done by the frictional force? (-33 J)

(c) What is the final kinetic energy of the block if its initial velocity is 4.6 m/s?

(64.6 J)

M58. A spring is provided at the bottom of an elevator shaft to reduce the shock if the

elevator cable breaks. The elevator has a mass of 10

4

kg and the spring is

compressed 0.40 m when the elevator rests on it. As the result of an accident the

elevator has a velocity of 4 m/s at the instant it touches the spring. Find how much

the spring is compressed when the elevator is brought to rest (1.30 m)

M59. A small stone slides from the top of a

spherical building. Assume the building is

a smooth sphere 90 m in diameter and that

the initial velocity of the stone is

negligibly small. Find the horizontal

distance from the vertical axis of the

building to the point where the stone hits

the ground if the top of the building is 60

m above the ground (56.3 m)

M60. A block of mass 5 kg slides down a ramp inclined at 30 to the horizontal and

compresses a spring. The mass is released from a point 1.5 m from the end of the

uncompressed spring measured along the ramp, the coefficient of friction between

the ramp and the block = 0.3 and the spring constant is 392 N/m. Find

(a) the velocity of the block when it first touches the spring. (2.66 m/s)

(b) the maximum compression of the spring. (0.33 m)

(c) the distance the mass goes back up the slope from the point of maximum

compression to the point where its velocity is next zero. (0.57 m)

M61. A constant force P inclined at 20 to the

horizontal accelerates a 5.0 kg mass

along a level surface with a coefficient of

friction 0.20.The mass is restrained by a

spring force constant 199 N/m which is

extended 11 cm at the instant the mass

has a speed of 3.7 m/s and is accelerating

at 1.2 m/s

2

. Both the velocity and

acceleration are directed away from the

wall. Find P and how far the mass moves

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before it comes to rest for the first time. (43.3 N, 0.617 m)

M62. A flexible 25.0 m rope with a mass of 12.0 kg passes over two smooth pegs at the

same height but 3.00 m apart as shown. Sag in the rope may be neglected. The

difference in height between the ends of the rope is x. (a) lf the rope starts from

rest when x = 3.00 m, what is its speed when x = 13.0 m? (5.6 m/s)(b) When x =

3.00 m, is there a difference in tension between the tops of the two hanging

sections? lf so what is its magnitude? (1.7N)

M63. Find the centre of mass of each of the uniform laminae shown below. Express your

answer with respect to an origin at the bottom left-hand corner.

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(a) (26 mm, 18 mm) (b) (20 mm, 6.7 mm)

(c) (23 mm, 27 mm) (d) (30 mm, 13 mm)

M64. The carpenter's square has been

stamped out of uniform steel

plate and weighs 250 g

Dimensions in mm are shown. (a)

Find the location of the centre of

mass of the square, relative to the

axes shown in the diagram. (X =

99 mm, y = 72 mm) (b) If the

square is freely pivoted about the

origin of coordinates shown, what

angle does the longer arm make

with the horizontal at

equilibrium? (36.1 0)

40 mm

60 mm

40 mm

20 mm

a)

b)

20 mm

60 mm

c)

50 mm

20 mm

20 mm

15 mm R

d)

30 mm R

50 mm

250

mm

75

mm

300

mm

25

mm

x

mm

y

mm

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M65. The drawing shows the result of an unsuccessful attempt to assemble a cube puzzle.

If the side of the cube is a = 6.0 cm where is the centre of mass of the incorrectly

assembled puzzle relative to the corner labeled P? (2.85, 2 85, 3.07) cm

M66. (a) A pile driver lifts a 2,000 kg mass l 6 m and then lets it fall under the influence

of gravity alone. It is observed that each time the mass is dropped the pile is driven

15 cm into the ground Calculate the average force exerted on the pile while the

mass is brought to rest (Assume the pile has negligible mass compared to the

driver) (230 kN) (b) If It takes 10 s to lift the mass l 6 m, what power is required?

(3 14 kW) (c) Due to a failure if! the lubrication system a frictional force of 20 kN

develops between the mass and the guides on which it slides How far is the pile

driven on each stroke? (Assume that the mean force exerted on the mass by the pile

is the same as in part (a)) (137 mm)

M67. 280 J of chemical energy are converted Into mechanical energy when a 5 0 g bullet

is fired from an 800 g pistol (a) Find the velocity of the bullet and the recoil

velocity of the pistol (334 0 m/s, 2.1 m/s) (b) What average force must be applied

to the pistol to stop the recoil in 0.05 s after the bullet has left the pistol? (33.0 N)

M68. Two steel balls of mass 25 g and 75 g are attached by strings to a peg P and

released from a horizontal position as shown After the collision between the steel

balls, the 25 g ball is observed to rebound to its original position (a) At what

a

P

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position does the 75 g ball first come to rest after the collision? (2 7 cm above

lowest point) (b) How much mechanical energy is lost in the collision? (0 16 J)

M69. An arrow weighing 0 90 N is fired horizontally into the centre of a small 50 N

target situated l 5 m above the horizontal ground The target is free to swing about a

pivot 1 2 m above it The arrow passes through the target and strikes the ground 13

0 m behind the target The target swings backwards through an angle of 20 0

Neglecting air resistance and assuming that the arrow emerges horizontally from

the target. calculate (i) the speed of the arrow just after It emerges from the target,

(23 5 m/s) (ii) the speed of the arrow just before It struck the target. (89 7 m/s)

M70. Two snowmobiles collided while being driven on the Lake Ontario ice. One

snowmobile weighed 2,500 N and was traveling north-east at 50 km/h; the second

weighed 2,000 N and was traveling at 35 km/h 40 east of south. Find the velocity

of the snowmobiles after the collision, if they remain locked together (30.6 km/h,

75.4 E of N)

M71. A particle of mass 3m, initial

velocity u collides with a mass 4m.

After the collision the incident

particle (mass 3m) has a velocity

v

1

= 0.697u at angle of 40 to the

incident direction. Find the fraction

of the initial kinetic energy lost in

the collision. (20%)

M72. A 1.0 kg block falls 3.0 m onto a second 5.0

kg block which is at rest mounted on a coil

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spring with spring constant 2,500.0 N/m. The two blocks move together after the

impact

(a) How much mechanical energy is lost in the collision? (24.5 J)

(b) What is the maximum displacement of the spring from its starting position?

(0.0667 m)

M73. A and B are blocks of mass 2.0 kg which are attached to opposite ends of a spring

with force constant k = 100 N/m. They are at rest on a frictionless 30 incline with

A resting against a fixed support S. A third block C of mass 1.5 kg is released from

rest at a point 1.0 m up the incline from B, collides with B and sticks to it. What is

the maximum force exerted on S in the subsequent motion? (53. 8 N)

M74. A 2.0 kg block is at rest on a smooth

horizontal surface, attached to a spring

with force constant k = 100 N/m. A

second block of mass 1.0 kg moving at 3.0

m/s makes a head-on collision with the first block. In the subsequent motion the

spring has a maximum compression of 25 cm

(a) What is the final velocity of the 1 kg block?

(b) How much heat was produced in the collision?

(c) If the blocks were in contact for 3 ms during the collision, what was the average

force exerted between them? (0. 54 m/s backwards, l.22 J, 1180 N)

M75. A block of mass 500 g rests on a horizontal surface, with which it has a coefficient

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of kinetic friction of 0.30 It is initially at rest attached to a fixed support by an

unstretched spring of force constant k = 100 N/m. A pellet of mass 50 g is moving

horizontally, 10 cm above the surface, when it hits and passes through the block.

The pellet subsequently hits the surface 5 m from where it exits the block, while

the block slides 15 cm before first coming to rest. What was the speed of the pellet

when it hit the block? (58 m/s)

M76. Water flows around a 900 elbow in a

pipe at the rate of 0.60 litres/s The cross

sectional area of the pipe is 4.0 cm2.

Find the force exerted on the elbow by

the water. (1.27 N)

M77. A jet airplane is traveling 180 m/sec. The engine takes in 68 m3 of air having a

mass 70 kg each second. The air is used to burn 3 kg of fuel each second The

energy is used to compress the products of combustion and to eject them at the rear

of the plane at 500 rn/sec relative to the plane. Find the thrust of the jet engine and

the delivered power.

M78. A Ministry of Transport snow plow travels at 48 km/h and deflects 30 tonnes of

snow per minute After being deflected by the blade of the plow the snow has a

relative velocity of 40 km/h in a horizontal direction at right angles to the direction

of motion of the plow.

Find

(a) the force on the plow due to the snow

(b) the power required to run the plow at 48 km/h if the only force opposing the

motion is that found in (a).

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M79. A hemispherical bowl of radius r is used to mix

the Christmas pudding. A Queen's student home

early for the holidays observes that if two lumps

of dough are simultaneously released from rest

from the positions shown at the edge of the bowl

they collide and stick together. The mass of one

lump of dough is three times the mass of the other

(i.e. m

1

= 3 m

2

) and friction between the lumps of

dough and the bowl is zero due to flour present in

the bowl.

(a) Where does the collision occur? Justify your

answer.

(b) Where does the combined lump initially

come to rest?(5/8 r above bottom)

M80. A uniform bar 7.5 m long is held against a rough

wall by a light rope as shown in the diagram. The

pulley may be assumed to be frictionless,

W = 140 N and the weight of the bar is w =40 N.

Find:

(a) the tension in the rope attached to the bar,

(b) the minimum coefficient of friction between

the bar and the wall if the bar does not slip.

(T = 109 N, = 0.112)

M81. The end A of an 8 kg uniform plank AB, 3.0 m long, is fastened to a rigid vertical

wall by a smooth pin. At a point C on the wall 3.0 m above A, a light flexible cable

is hooked, and the other end of the cable is fastened to the end B of the plank. The

cable is 3.0 m long. A smooth cylinder of 0.50 m radius and mass 24 kg rests

between the wall AC and the plank AB. The axis of the cylinder is horizontal and

parallel to the wall.

(a) Calculate the reactions on the cylinder at points D and E where it touches the

wall and the plank respectively

(b) Calculate the tension in the cable. (N

D

=136 N, N

E

= 272 N, T = 130 N)

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M82. The metre rule AB has mass 2 kg, rests

against a wall at A, and is supported by

cable BC. A mass M is hung from the rule at

B. What is the largest M for which the rule

will not slip at the wall, if the coefficient of

static friction is

s

= 0.4? (7.0kg).

M83. A garage door weighs 400 N, and is

supported on a horizontal rail by two wheels

A and B which are equidistant from the centre

of the door and are 2.0 m apart. The wheels

have rusted, and as a result slide rather than

roll on the rail, with a coefficient of kinetic

friction equal to 0.30. The door is opened at

constant speed by applying a horizontal force

F at a point 1.5 m below the rail. What

vertical forces act at A and B? (110 N, 290 N)

M84. A smooth cylinder 0.50 m in radius is supported

by two light bars as shown. Neglect the friction

between the bars and the horizontal surface and

assume the pin at A is smooth. Find the tension in

the wire BC and the force acting on each bar at A

if the cylinder weighs 25 N. (30.5 N, 45.1 N

perpendicular and 26.1 N parallel)

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M85. A 75.0 kg window cleaner used a 10.0 kg ladder

which was 5.0 m long. He put one end down 2.5 m

from a wall and rested the upper end against a

cracked window and climbed the ladder. He had

climbed 3.0 m up along the ladder when the

window broke. Neglecting friction between the

ladder and the window and assuming that the base

of the ladder had not slipped, calculate

(a) the force exerted on the window by the ladder

just before the window broke, (283 N)

(b) the magnitude and direction of the force

exerted on the ladder by the ground just

before the window broke. (880 N at 71

elevation)

M86. A gate 2.5 m wide and 1.25 high weighs 360.0 N and its centre of mass is at the

centre of the gate. There are two hinges A and B, at

the top and bottom of the gate. A wire is attached

to a point D and connected to C, directly over the

hinges. The tension in the wire is adjusted until

there is no horizontal component of force at the top

hinge A.

(a) What is the tension in the wire? (193 N)

(b) What is the combined vertical force exerted by

the hinges at A and B? (264 N)

(c) What is the horizontal force on the gate at B?

(167 N)

M87. A crane used on a construction site has a uniform boom 30 m long which weighs

20 kN The boom is supported at its base by

a horizontal pivot P, and is held at an angle

of 60 to the horizontal by a horizontal

cable C. A 10

4

kg load is held stationary at

a height of 3 m by a second cable D which

runs over a pulley of small diameter at the

top of the boom and down to a winch

adjacent to P. Neglecting friction in the

pivot at P and the masses of the cables

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calculate

(a) the tension in the horizontal cable C, (62.4 kN)

(b) the magnitude and direction of the force exerted by the pivot P on the boom

(111 kN, 203 kN)

M88. A 200 0 g board eraser is placed on a vertical blackboard A force of at least 5.0 N

must be applied normal to the blackboard to stop the eraser slipping down the

blackboard

(a) If a 10.0 N normal force is applied, what is the maximum horizontal force

parallel to the blackboard that can be applied to the eraser without it slipping?

(b) What is the direction of the static frictional force when the eraser is on the

point of slipping? (60,3.39 N)

(c) If the eraser starts slipping in a direction opposite to the static frictional force

above, and the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.25, what is the direction and

magnitude of the velocity of the eraser 0.40 s after it starts slipping, if the

applied forces are unchanged? (2.8 m/s)

(Note: Problems M89-M100 have been removed from APSC 111 course material)

M101. A car is subject to rolling friction, which is independent of speed, and to

aerodynamic drag, which is proportional to the square of the speed. A 1500 kg car

reaches a terminal speed of 30 km/h when It freewheels down a 1 in 30 incline and

a speed of 40 km/h when if freewheels down a 1 in 25 incline. What power in h.p.

is being developed by the car's engine if it accelerates at 1.0 m/s

2

when it is moving

at 80 km/h up a 1 in 20 Incline? l h.p. equals 746 W. (104 h p.)

M102. A car of mass 1500 kg is subject to air resistance which is proportional to the

car's speed its engine can develop a maximum power of 75 h.p. and on a level road

it has a maximum speed of 120 km/h. A novice driver leaves the handbrake

partially on, thereby producing a constant resistive force, and finds that the car can

travel at only 80 km/h on the level. With the handbrake still on, how fast can the

car travel down a 3 slope? (100 km/h)

M103. The engine of a compact car of mass 1000 kg can develop a maximum power of

100 h.p. On the highway, in addition to a constant frictional force, air drag resists

the motion of the car exerting a speed-dependent force. The total retarding force is

given by

2

(218 0.70 )

R

F v = + Newtons, v is the speed in m/s

(a) Using maximum power, the car climbs a slope that makes a constant angle

with the horizontal at a constant speed of 108 km/h. What is ? (9.6)

(b) If the car starts from rest and coasts down a slope of 10 to the horizontal,

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what will be its acceleration when its speed is 90 km/h? (1.05 m/s

2

)

(c) When burned, one litre of fuel gives 35 MJ of energy, but only 15% of this is

converted into mechanical energy. What volume of fuel is required to drive

l00 km at a constant speed of 100 km/h on a horizontal road? (14.4 l)

M104. A pendulum with mass m = 0.5 kg and

string length = 0.30 m hangs from the

edge of a horizontal disk of radius R =

0.20m. The angle that the pendulum

makes with the vertical increases with the

speed of rotation of the disk. If the string

has a breaking strength of 10 N, how many

revs per minute can the disk make before

the string breaks? (59 rpm)

M105. A man jumps off a bridge which is 30 m above a river. Attached to him and the

bridge is a 22 m long bungee cord which can be regarded as an ideal spring. If the

cord stops his fall 1.0 m above the water,

(a) how fast was he falling when he was 3.0 m above the water?

(b) what was the maximum acceleration he felt during his fall? (15.5 m/s, 71.5

m/s

2

)

M106. A cone whose sides make an angle of 30

with its axis spins about this axis which is

vertical. A mass m is placed 20 cm from the

apex of the cone, and is connected to an equal

mass by a light cord which passes through a

hole in the cone's apex and then hangs

vertically. If the coefficient of static friction

between m and the cone is 0.30, what is the

minimum angular speed of the cone for m not

to slide on the cone? (14.9 rad/s)

M107. A 40 kg skateboarder on a 3 kg skateboard is training with two 5 kg weights.

Starting from rest, she throws the weights horizontally one at a time from her

board. The velocity of each weight is 7 m/s relative to her (and the board)

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Assuming the board slides without friction, how fast is she propelled in the

opposite direction after throwing

(a) the first weight, and

(b) the second weight?

(c) If instead she threw the two weights simultaneously, again at 7 m/s relative to

herself, what would her final speed be? (0.66 m/s, 1.39 m/s, 1.32 m/s)

This problem illustrates the principle behind rocket motion: a rocket moves

forward by ejecting the burnt fuel out the back In the form of exhaust gases.

M108. Block A of mass 3.0 kg is pressed

against a spring having force constant

k=800 N/m, compressing it by 20 cm. It

is then released from rest. It slides 1.0 m

along the horizontal surface and collides

elastically with block B, which has mass

2.0 kg. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the blocks and the surface is

k

=0.30. How far will block B slide before coming to rest? (1.18 m)

M109. A runaway 14,000 kg railroad car is moving horizontally without friction at 5 m/s

when a steady vertical downpour of rain lasting 30 s fills the open car with 2000 kg

of water. How far does the car travel during the 30 s? (140 m)

M110. The 2 kg and 3 kg blocks are

connected by a cord passing over a

light frictionless pulley, and the 2 kg

block is attached to a spring with force

constant k = 100 N/m. The system is

released from rest with the spring

initially unextended. The coefficient of

kinetic friction between the 2 kg block

and the inclined plane is 0.30.

(a) How far up the incline will the 2 kg block slide before coming to rest

instantaneously? (29 cm)

(b) What is the speed of the 2 kg block when it has moved 10 cm? (0.62 m/s)

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