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3.1 Conceptual Questions

1) Shown below are the velocity and acceleration vectors for a person in several different types

of motion. In which case is the person slowing down and turning to his right?

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

Answer: B

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2) While an object is in projectile motion (with upward being positive) with no air resistance

A) the horizontal component of its velocity remains constant and the horizontal component of its

acceleration is equal to -g.

B) the horizontal component of its velocity remains constant and the vertical component of its

acceleration is equal to -g.

C) the horizontal component of its velocity remains constant and the vertical component of its

acceleration is equal to zero.

D) the vertical component of both its velocity and its acceleration remain constant.

E) the vertical component of its velocity remains constant and the vertical component of its

acceleration is equal to -g.

Answer: B

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3) For general projectile motion, when the projectile is at the highest point of its trajectory

A) its acceleration is zero.

B) its velocity is perpendicular to the acceleration.

C) its velocity and acceleration are both zero.

D) the horizontal component of its velocity is zero.

E) the horizontal and vertical components of its velocity are zero.

Answer: B

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4) Alice and Tom dive from an overhang into the lake below. Tom simply drops straight down

from the edge, but Alice takes a running start and jumps with an initial horizontal velocity of 25

m/s. Neither person experiences any significant air resistance. Just as they reach the lake below

A) the speed of Alice is larger than that of Tom.

B) the splashdown speed of Alice is larger than that of Tom.

C) they will both have the same speed.

D) the speed of Tom will always be 9.8 m/s larger than that of Alice.

E) the speed of Alice will always be 25 m/s larger than that of Tom.

Answer: A

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5) Alice and Tom dive from an overhang into the lake below. Tom simply drops straight down

from the edge, but Alice takes a running start and jumps with an initial horizontal velocity of 25

m/s. Neither person experiences any significant air resistance. Compare the time it takes each of

them to reach the lake below.

A) Alice reaches the surface of the lake first.

B) Tom reaches the surface of the lake first.

C) Alice and Tom will reach the surface of the lake at the same time.

Answer: C

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6) Jan and Len throw identical rocks off a tall building at the same time. The ground near the

building is flat. Jan throws her rock straight downward. Len throws his rock downward and

outward such that the angle between the initial velocity of the rock and the horizon is 30. Len

throws the rock with a speed twice that of Jan's rock. If air resistance is negligible, which rock

hits the ground first?

A) They hit at the same time.

B) Jan's rock hits first.

C) Len's rock hits first.

D) It is impossible to know from the information given.

Answer: A

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7) A monkey is sitting at the top of a tree 20 m above ground level. A person standing on the

ground wants to feed the monkey. He uses a bow and arrow to launch the food to the monkey. If

the person knows that the monkey is going to drop from the tree at the same instant that the

person launches the food, how should the person aim the arrow containing the food? Air

resistance is small enough to be ignored.

A) He should aim it at the monkey.

B) He should aim it below the monkey.

C) He should aim it above the monkey.

Answer: A

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8) A pilot drops a package from a plane flying horizontally at a constant speed. Neglecting air

resistance, when the package hits the ground the horizontal location of the plane will

A) be behind the package.

B) be over the package.

C) be in front of the package.

D) depend of the speed of the plane when the package was released.

Answer: B

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9) For an object in uniform circular motion, its velocity and acceleration vectors are always

perpendicular to each other at every point in the path.

A) True

B) False

Answer: A

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10) If an object travels at a constant speed in a circular path, the acceleration of the object is

A) larger in magnitude the smaller the radius of the circle.

B) in the same direction as the velocity of the object.

C) smaller in magnitude the smaller the radius of the circle.

D) in the opposite direction of the velocity of the object.

E) zero.

Answer: A

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11) Point P in the figure indicates the position of an object traveling at constant speed clockwise

around the circle. Which arrow best represents the direction of the acceleration of the object at

point P?

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

Answer: D

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12) If you set the cruise control of your car to a certain speed and take a turn, the speed of the car

will remain the same. Is the car accelerating?

A) Yes

B) No

Answer: A

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A) The magnitude of a vector can be zero even though one of its components is not zero.

B) It is possible to add a scalar quantity to a vector.

C) Even though two vectors have unequal magnitudes, it is possible that their vector sum is zero.

D) Rotating a vector about an axis passing through the tip of the vector does not change the

vector.

E) The magnitude of a vector is independent of the coordinate system used.

Answer: E

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opposite directions from each other.

A) True

B) False

Answer: B

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| = A + B?

is zero.

B) Vectors

and

C) Vectors

and

D) Vectors and

are in perpendicular directions.

E) The statement is never true.

Answer: B

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A) The statement is never true.

B) Vectors and

are in opposite directions.

C) Vectors

and

D) Vectors

and

re in perpendicular directions.

E) The statement is always true.

Answer: C

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Answer:

in terms of vectors

and

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18) The magnitude of a vector can never be less than the magnitude of one of its components.

A) True

B) False

Answer: A

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A) True

B) False

Answer: B

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20) If the eastward component of vector is equal to the westward component of vector

and

their northward components are equal. Which one of the following statements about these two

vectors is correct?

A) Vector is parallel to vector .

B) Vectors

C) Vector

and

is perpendicular to vector

Answer: D

.

.

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21) If all the components of a vector are equal to 1, then that vector is a unit vector.

A) True

B) False

Answer: B

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3.2 Problems

1) Object A has a position as a function of time given by A(t) = (3.00 m/s)t + (1.00 m/s2)t2 .

Object B has a position as a function of time given by B(t) = (4.00 m/s)t + (-1.00 m/s2)t2 . All

quantities are SI units. What is the distance between object A and object B at time

A) 34.6 m

B) 15.0 m

C) 18.3 m

D) 3.46 m

E) 29.8 m

Answer: C

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A) 6.40 m/s

B) 9.43 m/s

C) 7.00 m/s

D) 7.65 m/s

E) 13.0 m/s

Answer: B

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3) An object has a position given by = [2.0 m + (3.00 m/s)t] + [3.0 m - (2.00 m/s2)t2] , where

all quantities are in SI units. What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the object at time t =

2.00 s?

A) 1.00 m/s2

B) 0.00 m/s2

C) 0.522 m/s2

D) 4.00 m/s2

E) 2.00 m/s2

Answer: D

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(a) What is the acceleration of the Frisbee? Give a magnitude and a direction, measuring angles

from the positive x direction.

(b) What is the magnitude of the velocity at

accurate to the nearest

Answer: (a) 10 m/ , 323

(b) 4 m/s

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and no initial vertical

velocity as it enters a deflector inside a TV tube. The electron strikes the screen after traveling

horizontally and

vertically upward with no horizontal acceleration. What is the

constant vertical acceleration provided by the deflector? (The effects of gravity can be ignored.)

A) 2.5 1014 m/s2

B) 8.3 102 m/s2

C) 1.4 104 m/s2

D) 1.2 1014 m/s2

Answer: A

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6) A hockey puck slides off the edge of a table at point A with an initial velocity of 20.0 m/s and

experiences no air resistance. The height of the tabletop above the ground is 2.00 m.

(a) What is the speed (not the velocity) of the puck just before it touches the ground?

(b) What is the distance between point A and the point where the puck hits the ground?

Answer: (a) 21.0 m/s (b) 12.9 m

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7) A hockey puck slides off the edge of a table with an initial velocity of 28.0 m/s. and

experiences no air resistance. The height of the tabletop above the ground is 2.00 m. What is the

angle below the horizontal of the velocity of the puck just before it hits the ground?

A) 77.2

B) 72.6

C) 12.8

D) 12.6

E) 31.8

Answer: D

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at 30.0 above the horizontal. If air

resistance is negligible, how long does it take for the rock to reach the maximum height of its

trajectory?

A) 0.110 s

B) 0.194 s

C) 0.215 s

D) 0.303 s

Answer: A

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9) What is the maximum distance we can shoot a dart, from ground level, provided our toy dart

gun gives a maximum initial velocity of

and air resistance is negligible?

A) 0.789 m

B) 1.58 m

C) 1.39 m

D) 0.394 m

Answer: A

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10) A catapult is tested by Roman legionnaires. They tabulate the results in a papyrus and 2000

years later the archaeological team reads (distances translated into modern units):

angle of

landing height = launch height. What is the initial

velocity of launch of the boulders if air resistance is negligible?

A) 44 m/s

B) 1.4 m/s

C) 22 m/s

D) 0.69 m/s

Answer: A

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resistance. What was the angle of launch?

A) 69.0

B) 67.4

C) 22.6

D) 44.8

Answer: A

and lands

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12) A ball is thrown at a 60.0 angle above the horizontal across level ground. It is thrown from

a height of 2.00 m above the ground with a speed of 20.0 m/s and experiences no appreciable air

resistance. The time the ball remains in the air before striking the ground is closest to

A) 16.2 s.

B) 3.07 s.

C) 3.32 s.

D) 3.53 s.

E) 3.64 s.

Answer: E

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13) A rock is thrown at a window that is located 18.0 m above the ground. The rock is thrown at

an angle of 40.0 above horizontal. The rock is thrown from a height of 2.00 m above the

ground with a speed of 30.0 m/s and experiences no appreciable air resistance. If the rock strikes

the window on its upward trajectory, from what horizontal distance from the window was it

released?

A) 53.2 m

B) 48.7 m

C) 71.6 m

D) 29.8 m

E) 27.3 m

Answer: E

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14) An airplane is flying at a speed of 2.00 102 m/s in level flight at an altitude of 8.00 102 m. A

package is to be dropped from the airplane to land on a target on the ground. Ignore air

resistance.

(a) At what horizontal distance away from the target should the package be released so that it

lands on the target?

(b) In what direction relative to the horizontal will the package be traveling when it hits the

ground?

Answer: (a) 2.56 km (b) 32.1 below the horizontal

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15) A child throws a ball with an initial speed of 8.00 m/s at an angle of 40.0 above the

horizontal. The ball leaves her hand 1.00 m above the ground and experience negligible air

resistance.

(a) How far from where the child is standing does the ball hit the ground?

(b) How long is the ball in flight before it hits the ground?

Answer: (a) 7.46 m (b) 1.22 s

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16) A child throws a ball with an initial speed of 8.00 m/s at an angle of 40.0 above the

horizontal. The ball leaves her hand 1.00 m above the ground and experience negligible air

resistance.

(a) What is the magnitude of the ball's velocity just before it hits the ground?

(b) At what angle below the horizontal does the ball approach the ground?

Answer: (a) 9.14 m/s (b) 47.9

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17) A projectile is fired from point 0 at the edge of a cliff, with initial velocity components of

and

, as shown in the figure.The projectile rises and then falls into the

sea at point P. The time of flight of the projectile is 40.0 s, and it experiences no appreciable air

resistance in flight. What is the magnitude of the velocity of the projectile 21.0 s after it is fired?

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18) A projectile is fired from point 0 at the edge of a cliff, with initial velocity components of

v0x = 60.0 m/s and v0y = 175 m/s, as shown in the figure. The projectile rises and then falls into

the sea at point P. The time of flight of the projectile is 40.0 s, and it experiences no appreciable

air resistance in flight. What is the height of the cliff?

Answer: 840 m

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19) A hiker throws a stone from the upper edge of a vertical cliff. The stone's initial velocity is

25.0 m/s directed at 40.0 with the face of the cliff, as shown in the figure. The stone hits the

ground 3.75 s after being thrown and feels no appreciable air resistance as it falls.

(a) What is the height of the cliff?

(b) How far from the foot of the cliff does the stone land?

(c) How fast is the stone moving just before it hits the ground?

(b) 60.3 m

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20) A projectile returns to its original height 4.08 s after being launched, during which time it

travels 76.2 m horizontally. If air resistance can be neglected, what was the projectile's initial

speed?

Answer: 27.4 m/s

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21) A plane flying at 70.0 m/s suddenly stalls. If the acceleration during the stall is 9.8 m/s2

directly downward, the stall lasts 5.0 s, and the plane was originally climbing at 25 to the

horizontal, what is the velocity after the stall?

A) 66 m/s at 17 below the horizontal

B) 66 m/s at 17 above the horizontal

C) 80 m/s at 37 below the horizontal

D) 80 m/s at 37 above the horizontal

Answer: A

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spots a survivor in the ocean

directly

below and releases an emergency kit with a parachute. . Because of the shape of the parachute, it

experiences insignificant horizontal air resistance. If the kit descends with a constant vertical

acceleration of

how far away from the survivor will it hit the waves?

A) 574 m

B) 4.54 km

C) 406 m

D) 602 m

Answer: A

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23) An airplane flies between two points on the ground that are 500 km apart. The destination is

directly north of the origination of the flight. The plane flies with an air speed of 120 m/s. If a

constant wind blows at 10.0 m/s due west during the flight, what direction must the plane fly

relative to north to arrive at the destination?

A) 4.78 east of north

B) 4.76 east of north

C) 85.2 west of north

D) 4.78 west of north

E) 4.76 west of north

Answer: A

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24) A plane has an eastward heading at a speed of 156 m/s (relative to the air). A 20.0 m/s wind

is blowing southward while the plane is flying. The velocity of the plane relative to the ground is

A) 157 m/s at an angle 7.31 south of east.

B) 157 m/s at an angle 7.31 east of south.

C) 155 m/s at an angle 7.36 south of east.

D) 155 m/s at an angle 7.36 east of south.

E) 157 m/s at an angle 7.36 south of east.

Answer: A

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25) A swimmer heading directly across a river 200 m wide reaches the opposite bank in

during which time she is swept downstream 480 m.

(a) How fast can she swim in still water?

(b) What is the speed of the current?

Answer: (a) 0.50 m/s (b) 1.2 m/s

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when it is accelerated by a river current

perpendicular to the initial direction of motion. If the acceleration of the current is 0.750 m/s2,

what will be the new velocity of the boat after

A) 25.3 m/s at 82.4 from initial direction of motion

B) 25.3 m/s at 7.59 from initial direction of motion

C) 640.1 m/s at 82.4 from initial direction of motion

D) 640.1 m/s at 7.59 from initial direction of motion

Answer: A

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wide. You find that you can do this if

you swim at an angle of = 28 from the upstream direction at a constant rate of

relative

to the water. At what rate does the river flow? The angle is measured from the river bank

(directly upstream is

while directly across the river is

A) 1.3 m/s

B) 0.70 m/s

C) 1.6 m/s

D) 1.8 m/s

Answer: A

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28) A long-distance swimmer is able to swim through still water at 4.0 km/h. She wishes to try to

swim from Port Angeles, Washington, directly north to Victoria, British Columbia, a distance of

50 km. An ocean current flows through the Strait of Juan de Fuca from west to east at 3.0 km/h.

In what direction (relative to north) should she swim to make the crossing along a straight line

between the two cities?

A) 37 west of north

B) 37 east of north

C) 41 west of north

D) 41 east of north

E) 49 west of north

Answer: E

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29) A plane flies directly between two cities, A and B, which are separated by 2300 mi. From A

to B, the plane flies into a 65 mi/h headwind. On the return trip from B to A, the wind velocity is

unchanged. The trip from B to A takes

less than the trip from A to B. What is the airspeed

of the plane, assuming it is the same in both directions?

A) 530 mi/h

B) 400 mi/h

C) 480 mi/h

D) 610 mi/h

Answer: A

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30) A cart is moving with a constant horizontal velocity of 5.00 m/s. A small pebble is launched

from the front of the cart with a velocity of 8.00 m/s at 60.0 above the horizontal as measured

relative to the cart (see figure) and experiences no significant air resistance. Just as the pebble

returns to the level from which it was launched, its distance from the front of the cart is closest to

A) 2.83 m.

B) 4.60 m.

C) 5.66 m.

D) 9.19 m.

E) 11.3 m.

Answer: C

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31) A ball is tied to the end of a cable of negligible mass. The ball is spun in a circle with a

radius 2.00 m making 7.00 revolutions every 10.0 seconds. What is the magnitude of the

acceleration of the ball?

A) 67.9 m/s2

B) 38.7 m/s2

C) 29.3 m/s2

D) 14.8 m/s2

E) 74.2 m/s2

Answer: B

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If the armature radius is

what is the acceleration of the outer edge of the armature?

A) 2403 m/s2

B) 844.4 m/s2

C) 241,100 m/s2

D) 84.40 m/s2

Answer: A

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33) A satellite orbits the earth a distance of 1.50 107 m above the planet's surface and takes

8.65 hours for each revolution about the earth. The earth's radius is 6.38 106 m. The

acceleration of this satellite is closest to

A) 0.0690 m/s2.

B) 0.870 m/s2.

C) 1.91 m/s2.

D) 2.72 m/s2.

E) 9.80 m/s2.

Answer: B

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34) An aircraft performs a maneuver called an "aileron roll." During this maneuver, the plane

turns like a screw as it maintains a straight flight path, which sets the wings in circular motion. If

it takes it 35 s to complete the circle and the wingspan of the plane is 11 m, what is the

acceleration of the wing tip?

A) 0.18 m/s2

B) 0.99 m/s2

C) 5.6 m/s2

D) 1.0 m/s2

Answer: A

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35) An object moves in a circle of radius R at constant speed with a period T. If you want to

change only the period in order to cut the object's acceleration in half, the new period should be

A) T/4.

B) T/2.

C) T/ .

D) T .

E) 4T.

Answer: D

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36) A wind farm generator uses a two-bladed propeller (see figure) mounted on a pylon at a

height of 20 m. The length of each propeller blade is 12 m. A small piece from the tip of the

propeller breaks off when the propeller is vertical. At that instant, the period of the motion of the

propeller is 1.2 s. The fragment flies off horizontally, falls with negligible air resistance, and

strikes the ground at P.

(a) How far is point P from the base of the pylon?

(b) At what angle with respect to the vertical is the fragment moving just as it strikes the ground

at P?

(b) 68

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37) A disk-shaped space station 175 m in diameter spins uniformly about an axis perpendicular

to the plane of the disk through its center. How many rpm (rev/min) must this disk make so that

the acceleration of all points on its rim is g/2?

Answer: 2.26 rev/min

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38) Two particles, A and B, are in uniform circular motion about a common center. The

acceleration of particle A is 8.5 times that of particle B. The period of particle B is 2.0 times the

period of particle A. The ratio of the radius of the motion of particle A to that of particle B is

closest to

A) rA/rB = 2.1.

B) rA/rB = 4.3.

C) rA/rB = 18.

D) rA/rB = 0.24.

E) rA/rB = 17.

Answer: A

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to the north, then turn 60 to your right and walk another

you from where you originally started?

A) 87 m

B) 50 m

C) 94 m

D) 46 m

Answer: A

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40) Vectors

of vector

vector

and

is given by

. The magnitude

A) 9.00

B) 9.53

C) 15.5

D) 16.2

E) 17.5

Answer: D

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41) Vectors

of vector

vector

and

is given by

. The magnitude

A) 16.9

B) 22.4

C) 73.1

D) 287

E) 292

Answer: D

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42) A rabbit trying to escape a fox runs north for 8.0 m, darts northwest for 1.0 m, then drops 1.0

m down a hole into its burrow. What is the magnitude of the net displacement of the rabbit?

A) 8.8 m

B) 8.1 m

C) 66 m

D) 10 m

Answer: A

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43) You walk 53 m to the north, then turn 60 to your right and walk another

Determine

the direction of your displacement vector. Express your answer as an angle relative to east.

A) 63 N of E

B) 50 N of E

C) 57 N of E

D) 69 N of E

Answer: A

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44) Vector

has a magnitude 5.00 and points in a direction 40.0 clockwise from the negative y

A) Ax = 3.83 and Ay = 3.21

B) Ax = 3.83 and Ay = -3.21

C) Ax = -3.21 and Ay = -3.83

D) Ax = -3.21 and Ay = 3.83

E) Ax = 4.29 and Ay = 2.16

Answer: C

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are

= + 3.90 and

A) 314

B) 134

C) 224

D) 136

E) 46.0

Answer: A

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46) Vector

has a magnitude of 5.5 cm and points along the x-axis. Vector

of 7.5 cm and points at +30 above the negative x-axis.

(a) Determine the x and y components of Vector .

(b) Determine the x and y components of Vector

(c) Determine x and y components of the sum of these two vectors.

(d) Determine the magnitude and direction of the sum of these two vectors.

Answer: (a)

= 5.5 cm,

=0

(b)

= -6.5 cm,

= 3.8 cm

(c)

= -1.0 cm,

= 3.8 cm

(d) 3.9 cm at 75 above -x-axis

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has a magnitude

47) Vector

has a magnitude of 75.0 cm and points at 30 above the positive x-axis. Vector

has a magnitude of 25.0 cm and points along the negative x-axis. Vector

40.0 cm and points at 45 below the negative x-axis.

(a) Determine the x and y components of Vector .

(b) Determine the x and y components of Vector

has a magnitude of

(d) Determine x and y components of the sum of these three vectors.

(e) Determine the magnitude and direction of the sum of these three vectors.

Answer: (a)

= 65 cm,

= 38 cm

(b)

= -25 cm,

=0

(c)

= -28 cm,

= -28 cm

(d)

= 12 cm,

= 9.2 cm

(e) 15 cm at 38 above +x-axis

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48) A helicopter is flying horizontally with a speed of 444 m/s over a hill that slopes upward with

a 2% grade (that is, the "rise" is 2% of the "run"). What is the component of the helicopter's

velocity perpendicular to the sloping surface of the hill?

A) 8.9 m/s

B) 220 m/s

C) 435 m/s

D) 444 m/s

Answer: A

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49) An apple falls from an apple tree growing on a 20 slope. The apple hits the ground with an

impact velocity of 16.2 m/s straight downward. What is the component of the apple's impact

velocity parallel to the surface of the slope?

A) 5.5 m/s

B) 8.7 m/s

C) 12 m/s

D) 15 m/s

Answer: A

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are given are

A) 9.5

B) 6.1

C) 9.9

D) 91

E) 0.76

Answer: A

= -6.1 and

are

= +2.2 and

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are

= -6 and

A) 124

B) 56

C) 17

D) 163

E) 106

Answer: A

are

= -3.5 and

= +8.1. What is the angle (less than 180 degrees) between vectors

and

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east of north. Next, it flies 49 km due south. Finally, it flies 100 km 30 north of west. Using

vector components, determine how far the airplane ends up from its starting point.

A) 79 km

B) 81 km

C) 82 km

D) 78 km

E) 76 km

Answer: A

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is 12.0

units. What vector must be added to the vectors and so that the resultant of these three

vectors points in the -x direction and has a magnitude of 7.50 units? Use vector components to

find your answer, and express vector by giving its magnitude and the angle it makes with the

+x-axis taking counterclockwise to be positive.

Var: 1

54) Three forces are exerted on an object placed on a tilted floor. Forces are vectors. The three

forces are directed as shown in the figure. If the forces have magnitudes

= 1.0 N,

= 8.0

N and

net =

= 7.0 N, where N is the standard unit of force, what is the component of the net force

1+

2+

A) 2.5 N

B) 5.1 N

C) 6.0 N

D) 7.8 N

Answer: A

Var: 29

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55) As shown in the figure, three force vectors act on an object. The magnitudes of the forces as

shown in the figure are

= 80.0 N,

= 60.0 N, and

= 40.0 N, where N is the standard SI

unit of force. The resultant force acting on the object is given by

B) 60.0 N at an angle 90.0 with respect to +x-axis.

C) 20.0 N at an angle 34.3 with respect to +x-axis.

D) 35.5 N at an angle 34.3 with respect to +x-axis.

E) 40.0 N at an angle 60.0 with respect to +x-axis.

Answer: D

Var: 1

56) A teacher sends her students on a treasure hunt. She gives the following instructions:

1. Walk 300 m north

2. Walk 400 m northwest

3. Walk 700 m east-southeast and the treasure is buried there.

As all the other students walk off following the instructions, Jane physics student quickly adds

the displacements and walks in a straight line to find the treasure. How far and in what direction

does Jane need to walk?

A) 187 m in a direction 67.3 north of east

B) 481 m in a direction 40.9 north of east

C) 399 m in a direction 52.5 north of east

D) 284 m in a direction 28.2 west of north

E) The treasure position cannot be reached in one straight walk.

Answer: B

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57) Vector

A) 0.00 + 3.00

B) 7.00 + 7.00

C) -3.00 + 7.00

D) 0.00 + 7.00

E) -3.00 -3.00

Answer: D

Var: 1

58) Vector

direction of vector = + ?

A) 7.21 in a direction 33.7 counterclockwise from the positive x axis

B) 6.00 in a direction 63.4 counterclockwise from the positive x axis

C) 4.47 in a direction 6.34 counterclockwise from the positive x axis

D) 4.47 in a direction 26.6 counterclockwise from the positive x axis

E) 7.21 in a direction 56.3 counterclockwise from the positive x axis

Answer: D

Var: 1

- 4.00 and

A) 7.07

B) 2.00

C) 10.76

D) 6.78

E) 8.12

Answer: A

, where

= 3.00 - 1.00

= -1.00 + 1.00 ?

Var: 9

60) If

= +4 - 2 - 3

magnitude of

A) 8

B) 7

C) 9

D) 10

E) 11

Answer: A

and

= -4 -2 - 3

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61) Vector

A) 3.61 in a direction -56.3 counterclockwise from the positive x-axis

B) 3.61 in a direction 56.3 counterclockwise from the positive x-axis

C) 3.61 in a direction 33.7 counterclockwise from the positive x-axis

D) 5.00 in a direction 56.3 counterclockwise from the positive x axis

E) 6.72 in a direction 34.4 counterclockwise from the positive x-axis

Answer: C

Var: 1

62) Vectors

and

A) 31.8

B) -32.0 - 2.00

C) 1028

D) 34.0

E) -2.00 - 32.0

Answer: A

Var: 1

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