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10
kg
rocket
is
placed
on
a
launch
pad
that
is
100
meters
above
perfectly
flat
terrain.
The

rockets
ignition
system
gives
it
a
force
of
1000
N
at
a
30
angle
to
the
horizontal.
After
5

seconds,
the
rocket
runs
out
of
fuel.
Ignore
any
air
drag
and
ignore
the
change
in
mass
caused

by
burning
the
fuel.

A) Draw
the
FBD
before
and
after
the
rocket
runs
out
of
fuel.

B) How
high
above
the
ground
does
the
rocket
get?

C) How
far
has
the
rocket
traveled
in
the
x
direction
when
it
reaches
the
peak
of
its
path?

D) How
far
does
the
rocket
travel
in
the
x
direction
before
it
hits
the
ground?

E) How
long
is
the
rocket
in
the
air?

F) What
is
the
velocity
vector
when
the
rocket
hits
the
ground?
The
scalar
value
of
velocity?

2) Theres
a
ride
at
the
amusement
park
called
the
Spinning
Terror.
Its
a
large
cylinder
with
a

diameter
of
20
m
thats
raised
into
the
air
and
spun
so
fast
that
everyone
is
pinned
against
the

wall
so
that
the
floor
can
be
dropped
away.
Assuming
that
the
coefficient
of
static
friction

between
the
wall
and
any
object
is
0.25,
what
is
the
minimum
velocity
that
the
Spinning
Terror

must
spin
at
such
that
no
one
will
fall
out
of
the
ride?

3) An
empty
cart
with
mass
50
kg
is
connected
by
a
rope
through
a
pulley
to
a
wall.
The
cart
is

initially
at
rest
on
a
ramp.
The
ramp
forms
a
30
angle
with
the
horizontal
and
has
coefficients
of

friction
equal
to
0.2
and
0.1.
The
cart
is
50
meters
above
the
ground
vertically.
The
rope
that

connects
the
cart
with
the
wall
is
rated
to
a
maximum
tensional
force
of
1000
N.

A) How
much
additional
weight
can
be
loaded
onto
the
cart
before
the
rope
snaps?

B) Assume
that
50
kg
is
added
to
the
cart
and
then
the
rope
is
cut.
What
is
the
carts

acceleration?
How
fast
is
the
cart
moving
at
the
bottom
of
the
ramp?
How
long
does
it
take

the
cart
to
reach
the
bottom
of
the
ramp?

C) Assume
the
facts
from
part
B
still
apply.
Now
the
ramp
is
traveling
on
a
flat
frictionless

surface.
What
is
the
carts
velocity
after
a
10
kg
rock
drops
from
the
sky
and
lands
perfectly

vertically
into
the
cart?

D) Assume
the
facts
from
part
C
still
apply.
Now
the
cart
and
the
rock
crash
and
latch
onto
an

empty
cart
with
mass
50
kg
that
was
initially
at
rest.
What
is
the
carts
velocity
after
the

collision?

E) Assume
the
facts
from
part
D
still
apply.
A
gunman
tries
to
stop
the
combined
carts
by

shooting
a
bullet
into
the
carts
such
that
the
bullet
does
not
pass
through
the
carts.
Assume

the
bullet
travels
perfectly
horizontally
in
the
opposite
direction
of
the
combined
carts
and

weighs
10
g.
How
fast
does
the
bullet
have
to
be
moving
in
order
to
stop
the
cart?

4) A
50
kg
rocket
is
launched
into
the
air
from
the
ground
at
an
initial
velocity
of
50*sqrt(2)
m/s.

The
launch
path
forms
a
45
angle
with
the
ground.
At
the
peak
of
its
path,
the
rocket
blows
up

into
two
pieces,
one
with
mass
10
kg
and
the
other
with
mass
40
kg.
After
the
explosion,
the
10

kg
piece
falls
straight
down
and
hits
the
ground
in
3
seconds.

A) How
long
does
it
take
for
the
40
kg
piece
to
hit
the
ground?

B) How
far
did
the
40
kg
piece
travel
in
the
horizontal
direction?

5) A
window
cleaner
and
his
platform
have
a
total
mass
of
170
kg.
The
platform
is
suspended
from

a
pulley
by
a
counterweight
of
100
kg.

A) How
much
force
should
the
window
cleaner
apply
to
the
rope
so
he
can
raise
himself
at

constant
speed?

B) Suppose
the
window
cleaner
is
ascending
at
constant
speed
of
0.3
m/s
towards
a
window
5

meters
above
him.
What
force
should
he
apply
so
that
he
stops
just
in
front
of
the
window?

A) Derive the ideal speed the on-ramp.

B) Given the coefficient of friction , what is the maximum speed a car can go on the on-ramp

and avoid spinning out?

C) What is the minimum speed a car can go without sliding down the ramp?

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