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PROBLEM SET 2

**Part 1 VARIABLE ACCELERATION
**

1. The rectilinear motion of a particle is given by S=V2-9 where S is in meter and V is meter

per second. When t=0, S=0 and V=3m/s. Determine (a) relation between S and t, (b)

relation between V and t, (c) relation between a and t.

2. A car is travelling at the speed V0 on a straight level road. After the brakes are applied at
𝑡

2

**t=0, the motion can be approximated by 𝑥 = 100 − 𝑡 2 + 17𝑡 where x is the distance
**

traveled in meters and t is the time in seconds. Determine (a) value of V0 (b) distance

required for the car to stop (c) maximum acceleration during braking.

3. A curvilinear motion of a particle is defined by Vx=40-15t and y=75-3t2 where Vx is in

meter per second. It is also known that x=0 when t=0. Determine (a) the second value of

time “t” when “x” will be equal to zero, (b) velocity when x=0 at the second value of time,

(c) acceleration when X=0 at the second value of time.

4. The rocket starts from rest t=0 and travels straight up. Its height above the ground can

be approximated by the function S=bt2+ct4 where “b” and “c” are constants. At t=10sec

the rockets velocity and acceleration are V=229 m/s and a=28.2 m/s2. Determine (a) “S”

at t=5sec (b) velocity at t=5sec (c) acceleration at t=5sec.

5. The acceleration of a point is a=20t m/s2. When t=0, S=40m and V=-10m/s. Determine

(a) position of the point at t=3sec (b) velocity of the point at t=3sec (c) acceleration of the

point at t=3sec.

6. A race car starts from rest and accelerates at a=5+2t m/s2 for 10 sec. The brakes are

then applied and the car has constant acceleration of a=-30m/s2 until it comes to rest.

Determine (a) maximum velocity (b) total distance traveled (c) total time of travel.

7. The acceleration of a point moving along a straight line a=4t+2 (m/s2). When t=2sec, the

position of the point is S=36m and when t=4sec, its position S=90m. Determine (a)

acceleration of the point when t=4sec (b) velocity of the point when t=4sec (c) position of

the point when t=3sec.

8. The velocity of a particle which moves along the S-axis is given by V=2-4t+5t3/2 where t

is in seconds and V in meters per second. The particle is at the position So=3m when

t=0. Determine (a) position S when t=3sec. (b) velocity of the particle when t=3sec. (c)

acceleration of the particle when t=3sec.

9. The motion of a particle is governed by the relation a=4t2 where a is in m/s2 and t is in

seconds. When t is zero, V=2m/s and S=4m. Determine (a) velocity when t=2sec (b)

distance when t=2sec (c) acceleration when t=2sec.

10. The velocity of a particle moving along the x axis is defined by V=x3-4x3+6x where V is in

m/s and x is in m. Determine (a) velocity when x=2m (b) acceleration when x=2m.

DYNAMICSmks1516

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