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ScientificNotation
Anumberwritteninscientificnotationhastheforma 10 k ,where1
of. . . 3, 2, 1, 0, 1, 2, 3... .

andk isaninteger,thatis,k isone

a < 10

PartA
Determinethevaluesofa andk when299, 790, 000iswritteninscientificnotation.
Entera andk ,separatedbycommas.
ANSWER:
a

,k = 2.9979,8

Correct
Thevalue2.9979 10 8 isthemagnitudeofthespeedoflightinmeterspersecond,tofivesignificant
figures.Thisisreallyfast:about675millionmilesperhour!

PartB
Determinethevaluesofa andk when0.51iswritteninscientificnotation.
Entera andk ,separatedbycommas.
ANSWER:
a

,k = 5.1,1

Correct
Thevalue0.51isthemagnitudeoftheenergyassociatedwithastationaryelectron,sometimescalledits
"restenergy,"expressedinmillionsofelectronvolts,orMeV.

PartC
Nowconsidertheexpression4.0 10 3 + 4 10 2 .Determinethevaluesofa andk whenthevalueofthis
expressioniswritteninscientificnotation.
Entera andk ,separatedbycommas.

Hint1.Howtoapproachtheproblem
Writebothnumberssuchthattheyhavethesamepowerof10.Inthiscaseitwouldbebesttochoosethe
commonpowertobeeither3or2,sincethesearethetwothatappearintheexpressiongiven.Nowyou
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+3

13

= 5

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canaddthefactorsthataremultipliedby10 .Forexample,2 10 13
n

+ 3 10

13

= 5 10

13

ANSWER:
a

,k = 4.4,3

Correct
Thevalue4 10 3

istheapproximateradiusoftheearthinmiles.

= 4000

PartD
Finally,considertheexpression
11

(6.6710

24

)(5.9710
6

(6.3810 )

Determinethevaluesofa andk whenthevalueofthisexpressioniswritteninscientificnotation.


Entera andk ,separatedbycommas.

Hint1.Awalkthrough
Expressallthenumbersintheexpressionusingscientificnotation.Todothis,recallthat
2
k
(2k)
2
(a 10 )
= a 10
.Thenyoushouldgetafractionoftheform
k

(a 1 10

)(a 2 10
k

a 3 10

or
a 1 a 2

10

a3

10
k

10

Todeterminea ,youhavetodividea 1 a 2 bya 3 .Thiswilloftengiveyouanumberthatisnotbetween1


and10inthatcase,youhavetowriteitinscientificnotation,forinstance,
a 1 a 2
a3

= a4 10

k4

Thenextstepistofindk 5 intheexpression
10

k5

10

10
k

10

Dothisbysubtractingk 3 fromthesumofk 1 andk 2 :


k 5 = (k 1 + k 2 ) k 3

Thevalueofa youarelookingforisequaltoa 4 k isequaltok 4

+ k5

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a

,k = 9.78,0

Correct
Thisisthemagnitudeoftheaccelerationexperiencedbyafreelyfallingbodynearthesurfaceoftheearth,
expressedinmeterspersecondsquared(m/s 2 ).Thisaccelerationisusuallydenotedbythesymbolg .You
maylearnlaterthatthisaccelerationisrelatedtothemassM e andradiusRe oftheearthas
2
11
2
2
g = GM e /R ,where G = 6.67 10
N m /kg iscalledthegravitationalconstant,postulatedbySir
e
IsaacNewtonandfirstmeasuredbyHenryCavendishin1798.

TacticsBox1.6UsingSignificantFigures
LearningGoal:
TopracticeTacticsBox1.6UsingSignificantFigures.
Youcanthinkofasignificantfigureasbeingadigitthatisreliablyknown.Forexample,alengthmeasurementof6.2
cmhastwosignificantfigures,the6andthe2.Thenextdecimalplacetheonehundredthsisnotreliablyknownand
isthusnotasignificantfigure.
Determiningthepropernumberofsignificantfiguresisstraightforward,butthereafewdefiniterulestofollow.Theseare
summarizedinthistacticsbox.
TACTICSBOX1.6Usingsignificantfigures.

Itisacceptabletokeeponeortwoextradigitsduringintermediatestepsofacalculation.Thegoalhereistominimize
roundofferrorsinthecalculation.Butthefinalanswermustbereportedwiththepropernumberofsignificantfigures.
1.Whenmultiplyingordividingseveralnumbers,orwhentakingroots,thenumberofsignificantfiguresin
theanswershouldmatchthenumberofsignificantfiguresoftheleastpreciselyknownnumberusedin
thecalculation.
2.Whenaddingorsubtractingseveralnumbers,thenumberofdecimalplacesintheanswershouldmatch
thesmallestnumberofdecimalplacesofanynumberusedinthecalculation.
3.Itisacceptabletokeeponeortwoextradigitsduringintermediatestepsofacalculation,aslongasthe
finalanswerisreportedwiththepropernumberofsignificantfigures.Thegoalhereistominimizeround
offerrorsinthecalculation.Butkeeponlyoneortwoextradigits,notthesevenoreightshowninyour
calculatordisplay.

PartA
Yourbedroomhasarectangularshape,andyouwanttomeasureitsarea.Youuseatapethatispreciseto0.001
mandfindthattheshortestwallintheroomis3.547 mlong.Thetape,however,istooshorttomeasurethe
lengthofthesecondwall,soyouuseasecondtape,whichislongerbutonlypreciseto0.01m.Youmeasurethe
secondwalltobe4.79mlong.Whichofthefollowingnumbersisthemostpreciseestimatethatyoucanobtain
fromyourmeasurementsfortheareaofyourbedroom?

Hint1.Findhowmanysignificantfiguresshouldbeinyouranswer
Whenyoucalculatetheareaofyourbedroom,youhavetomultiplythemeasurementsofthelengthsofthe
walls.Consideringthatthemeasurementshavedifferentprecision,howmanysignificantfiguresshouldbe
inyouranswerinthiscase?
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Expressyouranswerasaninteger.
ANSWER:
3

ANSWER:
17.0m2
16.990m2
16.99m2
16.9m2
16.8m2

Correct

PartB
UsingthemeasurementsdescribedinPartA,whichofthefollowingnumbersisthemostpreciseestimateforthe
perimeterofyourbedroom?

Hint1.Findhowmanydecimalplacesshouldbeinyouranswer
Whenyoucalculatetheperimeterofyourbedroom,youhavetoaddthemeasurementsofthelengthsofall
thewalls.Consideringthatthemeasurementshavedifferentprecision,howmanydecimalplacesshouldbe
inyouranswerinthiscase?
Expressyouranswerasaninteger.
ANSWER:
2

ANSWER:
16.674m
16.67m
16.68m
16.7m
17m

Correct
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PartC
Ifyourbedroomhasacircularshape,anditsdiametermeasured6.32m,whichofthefollowingnumberswouldbe
themostprecisevalueforitsarea?

Hint1.Theareaofacircle
TheareaAofacircleofradiusr is
A = r

Hint2.Findhowmanysignificantfiguresshouldbeinyouranswer
Inthiscase,whenyoucalculatetheareaofthebedroom,youneedtocarryoutaseriesofmultiplications
anddivisionsthatinvolveexactnumbersandnumbersthatarecorrecttoacertainprecision.Howmany
significantfiguresshouldbeinyouranswerinthiscase?
Expressyouranswerasaninteger.
ANSWER:
3

ANSWER:
30m2
31.0m2
31.4m2
31.37m2
31.371m2

Correct
TocalculatetheareaAofacirclegivenitsdiameterd ,youneedtofirstdividethediameterby2,then
multiplyyourresultbyitself(ortakethesquareofit),andfinallymultiplyeverythingby:
2

A = (

d
2

Sinceherethenumber2andareexactnumbers,theydonotchangetheaccuracyofthemeasured
numbersinvolvedinthecalculation.Therefore,youranswershouldbeexpressedtothesamenumberof
significantfiguresasthatusedinthegivendiameter.

ConvertingUnits:TheMagicof1
LearningGoal:
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Tolearnhowtochangeunitsofphysicalquantities.
Quantitieswithphysicaldimensionslikelengthortimemustbemeasuredwithrespecttoaunit,astandardfor
quantitieswiththisdimension.Forexample,lengthcanbemeasuredinunitsofmetersorfeet,timeinsecondsor
years,andvelocityinmeterspersecond.
Whensolvingproblemsinphysics,itisnecessarytouseaconsistentsystemofunitssuchastheInternational
System(abbreviatedSI,fortheFrenchSystmeInternational)orthemorecumbersomeEnglishsystem.IntheSI
system,whichisthepreferredsysteminphysics,massismeasuredinkilograms,timeinseconds,andlengthin
meters.Thenecessityofusingconsistentunitsinaproblemoftenforcesyoutoconvertsomeunitsfromthegiven
systemintothesystemthatyouwanttousefortheproblem.
Thekeytounitconversionistomultiply(ordivide)byaratioofdifferentunitsthatequalsone.Thisworksbecause
multiplyinganyquantitybyonedoesn'tchangeit.Toillustratewithlength,ifyouknowthat1 inch = 2.54 cm,youcan
write
1=

2.54 cm
1 inch

Toconvertinchestocentimeters,youcanmultiplythenumberofinchestimesthisfraction(sinceitequalsone),
canceltheinchunitinthedenominatorwiththeinchunitinthegivenlength,andcomeupwithavalueforthelengthin
centimeters.Toconvertcentimeterstoinches,youcandividebythisratioandcancelthecentimeters.

Forallparts,noticethattheunitsarealreadywrittenaftertheanswerboxdon'ttrytowritetheminyouransweralso.

PartA
Howmanycentimetersarethereinalength21.4inches?
Expressyouranswerincentimeterstothreesignificantfigures.
ANSWER:
54.4 cm

Correct

Sometimesyouwillneedtochangeunitstwicetogetthefinalunitthatyouwant.Supposethatyouknowhowto
convertfromcentimeterstoinchesandfrominchestofeet.Bydoingboth,inorder,youcanconvertfromcentimeters
tofeet.

PartB
SupposethataparticularartillerypiecehasarangeR=7400yards .Finditsrangeinmiles.Usethefactsthat
1 mile = 5280 f tand 3 f t = 1 yard.
Expressyouranswerinmilestothreesignificantfigures.

Hint1.Convertyardstofeet
Thefirststepinthisproblemistoconvertfromyardstofeet,becauseyouknowhowtothenconvertfeet
intomiles.Convert7400yards intofeet.Use
3 ft
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3 ft
1 yard

Expressyouranswerinfeettothreesignificantfigures.
ANSWER:
2.22104 f t

ANSWER:
7400yards = 4.20 miles

Correct

Oftenspeedisgiveninmilesperhour(mph ),butinphysicsyouwillalmostalwaysworkinSIunits.Therefore,you
mustconvertmph tometerspersecond(m/s ).

PartC
Whatisthespeedofacargoingv = 1.000 mphinSIunits?Noticethatyouwillneedtochangefrommilesto
metersandfromhourstoseconds.Youcandoeachconversionseparately.Usethefactsthat1 mile = 1609 m
and1 hour = 3600 s.
Expressyouranswerinmeterspersecondtofoursignificantfigures.

Hint1.Convertmilestometers
Inconverting1.000

mph

intometerspersecond,youwillneedtomultiplyby
1=

1609 m
1 mile

Whenyoudothis,themileswillcanceltoleaveyouwithavalueinmetersperhour.Youcanthenfinishthe
conversion.Whatisv = 1.000 mphinmetersperhour?
Expressyouranswerinmetersperhourtofoursignificantfigures.
ANSWER:
v

= 1609 m/hour

Hint2.Converthourstoseconds
Whichofthefollowingwouldyoumultiply1609

m/hours

bytoconvertitintometerspersecond(m/s )?

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3600 s

1 hour
3600 s
1 hour

1 hour
3600 s

ANSWER:
v

= 0.4469 m/s

Correct
Noticethatbyequatingthetwovaluesforv ,youget1.000 mph = 0.4469 m/s.Itmightbevaluableto
rememberthis,asyoumayfrequentlyneedtoconvertfrommilesperhourintomoreusefulSIunits.By
rememberingthisrelationshipinthefuture,youcanreducethistasktoasingleconversion.

TacticsBox1.1VectorAddition
LearningGoal:
TopracticeTacticsBox1.1VectorAddition.
Vectoradditionobeysrulesthataredifferentfromthosefortheadditionoftwoscalarquantities.Whenyouaddtwo
vectors,theirdirections,aswellastheirmagnitudes,mustbetakenintoaccount.ThisTacticsBoxexplainshowtoadd
vectorsgraphically.

TACTICSBOX1.1Vectoraddition

ToaddBtoA,performthesesteps:

1.DrawA.
2.PlacethetailofBatthetipofA.

3.DrawanarrowfromthetailofAtothetipofB.Thisis

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vectorA+ B.

PartA
CreatethevectorR = A+ BbyfollowingthestepsintheTacticsBoxabove.WhenmovingvectorB,keepin
mindthatitsdirectionshouldremainunchanged.
Thelocation,orientation,andlengthofyourvectorswillbegraded.
ANSWER:

Correct

PartB
CreatethevectorR = C + DbyfollowingthestepsintheTacticsBoxabove.WhenmovingvectorD,keepin
mindthatitsdirectionshouldremainunchanged.
Thelocation,orientation,andlengthofyourvectorswillbegraded.
ANSWER:

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TacticsBox1.2VectorSubtraction
LearningGoal:
TopracticeTacticsBox1.2VectorSubtraction.
Vectorsubtractionhassomesimilaritiestothesubtractionoftwoscalarquantities.Withnumbers,subtractionisthe
sameastheadditionofanegativenumber.Forexample,5 3isthesameas5 + (3) .Similarly,

A B = A + (B)

.WecanusetherulesforvectoradditionandthefactthatBisavectoroppositeindirection

toBtoformrulesforvectorsubtraction,asexplainedinthistacticsbox.

TACTICSBOX1.2Vectorsubtraction

TosubtractBfromA,performthesesteps:

1.DrawA.

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2.PlacethetailofBatthetipofA.

3.DrawanarrowfromthetailofAtothetipofB.This

isvectorA B.

PartA
FindvectorC =

A B

byfollowingthestepsinthetacticsboxabove.WhendrawingB,keepinmindthatit

hasthesamemagnitudeasBbutoppositedirection.
Thelocation,orientation,andlengthofyourvectorswillbegraded.
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PartB
FindvectorF =

DE

byfollowingthestepsinthetacticsboxabove.WhendrawingE,keepinmindthatit

hasthesamemagnitudeasEbutoppositedirection.
Thelocation,orientation,andlengthofyourvectorswillbegraded.
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PSS1.1MotionDiagrams
LearningGoal:
TopracticeProblemSolvingStrategy1.1formotiondiagramproblems.
Acaristravelingwithconstantvelocityalongahighway.Thedrivernoticesheislateforwork,sohestompsdownon
thegaspedalandthecarbeginstospeedup.Thecarhasjustachieveddoubleitsinitialvelocitywhenthedriverspots
apoliceofficerbehindhimandappliesthebrakes.Thecarthenslowsdown,comingtorestatastoplightahead.
Drawacompletemotiondiagramforthissituation.
PROBLEMSOLVINGSTRATEGY1.1Motiondiagrams
MODEL: Representthemovingobjectasaparticle.Makesimplifyingassumptionswheninterpretingtheproblem

statement.
VISUALIZE:Acompletemotiondiagramconsistsof:

Thepositionoftheobjectineachframeofthefilm,shownasadot.Usefiveorsixdotstomakethe
motionclearbutwithoutovercrowdingthepicture.Morecomplexmotionsmayneedmoredots.
Theaveragevelocityvectors,foundbyconnectingeachdotinthemotiondiagramtothenextwitha
vectorarrow.Thereisonevelocityvectorlinkingeachsetoftwopositiondots.Labeltherowofvelocity
vectorsv .
Theaverageaccelerationvectors,foundusingTacticsBox1.3.Thereisoneaccelerationvectorlinking
eachsetoftwovelocityvectors.Eachaccelerationvectorisdrawnatthedotbetweenthetwovelocity
vectorsitlinks.Use0 toindicateapointatwhichtheaccelerationiszero.Labeltherowofacceleration

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vectorsa.

Model
Itisappropriatetousetheparticlemodelforthecar.Youshouldalsomakesomesimplifyingassumptions.

PartA
Thecar'smotioncanbedividedintothreedifferentstages:itsmotionbeforethedriverrealizeshe'slate,itsmotion
afterthedriverhitsthegas(butbeforeheseesthepolicecar),anditsmotionafterthedriverseesthepolicecar.
Whichofthefollowingsimplifyingassumptionsisitreasonabletomakeinthisproblem?
A.Duringeachofthethreedifferentstagesofitsmotion,thecarismovingwithconstantacceleration.
B.Duringeachofthethreedifferentstagesofitsmotion,thecarismovingwithconstantvelocity.
C.Thehighwayisstraight(i.e.,therearenocurves).
D.Thehighwayislevel(i.e.,therearenohillsorvalleys).
Enterallthecorrectanswersinalphabeticalorderwithoutcommas.Forexample,ifstatementsCandDare
correct,enterCD.
ANSWER:
ACD

Correct
Inadditiontotheassumptionslistedabove,intherestofthisproblemassumethatthecarismovingina
straightlinetotheright.

Visualize
PartB
Inthethreediagramsshowntotheleft,thepositionofthecaratfivesubsequentinstantsoftimeisrepresentedby
blackdots,andthecar'saveragevelocityisrepresentedbygreenarrows.Whichofthesediagramsbestdescribes
thepositionandthevelocityofthecarbeforethedrivernoticesheislate?

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ANSWER:
A
B
C

Correct

PartC
Whichofthediagramsshowntotheleftbestdescribesthepositionandthevelocityofthecarafterthedriverhits
thegas,butbeforehenoticesthepoliceofficer?
ANSWER:
A
B
C

Correct

PartD
Whichofthediagramsshowntotheleftbestdescribesthepositionandthevelocityofthecarafterthedriver
noticesthepoliceofficer?
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A
B
C

Correct

PartE
Whichofthediagramsshownbelowmostaccuratelydepictstheaverageaccelerationvectorsofthecarduringthe
eventsdescribedintheproblemintroduction?

ANSWER:
A
B
C

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Youcannowdrawacompletemotiondiagramforthesituationdescribedinthisproblem.Yourdiagramshould
looklikethis:

MotionofTwoRockets
LearningGoal:
Tolearntouseimagesofanobjectinmotiontodetermineposition,velocity,andacceleration.
Twotoyrocketsaretravelinginthesamedirection(takentobethexaxis).Adiagramisshownofatimeexposure
imagewhereastroboscopehasilluminatedtherocketsattheuniformtimeintervalsindicated.

PartA
Atwhattime(s)dotherocketshavethesamevelocity?

Hint1.Howtodeterminethevelocity
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Thediagramshowsposition,notvelocity.Youcan'tfindinstantaneousvelocityfromthisdiagram,butyou
candeterminetheaveragevelocitybetweentwotimest 1 andt 2 :

v avg [t 1 , t 2 ] =

x(t 2 )x(t 1 )
t 2 t 1

Notethatnopositionvaluesaregiveninthediagramyouwillneedtoestimatethesebasedonthedistance
betweensuccessivepositionsoftherockets.
ANSWER:
attimet

= 1

only

attimet

= 4

only

attimest

andt

= 1

= 4

atsomeinstantintimebetweent

andt

= 1

= 4

atnotimeshowninthefigure

Correct

PartB
Atwhattime(s)dotherocketshavethesamexposition?
ANSWER:
attimet

= 1

only

attimet

= 4

attimest

only
andt

= 1

= 4

atsomeinstantintimebetweent

andt

= 1

= 4

atnotimeshowninthefigure

Correct

PartC
Atwhattime(s)dothetworocketshavethesameacceleration?

Hint1.Howtodeterminetheacceleration
Thevelocityisrelatedtothespacingbetweenimagesinastroboscopicdiagram.Sinceaccelerationisthe
rateatwhichvelocitychanges,theaccelerationisrelatedtothehowmuchthisspacingchangesfromone
intervaltothenext.

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ANSWER:
attimet

= 1

only

attimet

= 4

attimest

only
andt

= 1

= 4

atsomeinstantintimebetweent

andt

= 1

= 4

atnotimeshowninthefigure

Correct

PartD
ThemotionoftherocketlabeledAisanexampleofmotionwithuniform(i.e.,constant)__________.
ANSWER:
andnonzeroacceleration
velocity
position
time

Correct

PartE
ThemotionoftherocketlabeledBisanexampleofmotionwithuniform(i.e.,constant)__________.
ANSWER:
andnonzeroacceleration
velocity
position
time

Correct

PartF
Atwhattime(s)isrocketAaheadofrocketB?

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Hint1.Usethediagram
Youcananswerthisquestionbylookingatthediagramandidentifyingthetime(s)whenrocketAistothe
rightofrocketB.
ANSWER:
beforet
aftert

only

= 1

only

= 4

beforet

andaftert

= 1

betweent

andt

= 1

= 4

= 4

atnotime(s)showninthefigure

Correct

Problem1.10

PartA
Figureshowstwodotsofamotiondiagramandvectorv 1 .Drawthevectorv 2 iftheaccelerationvectoraatdot2
pointsup.
Drawthevectorwithitstailatthedot2.Theorientationofyourvectorswillbegraded.Theexactlengthof
yourvectorswillnotbegradedbuttherelativelengthofonetotheotherwillbegraded.
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PartB
Figureshowstwodotsofamotiondiagramandvectorv 1 .Drawthevectorv 2 iftheaccelerationvectoraatdot2
pointsdown.
Drawthevectorwithitstailatthedot2.Theorientationofyourvectorswillbegraded.Theexactlengthof
yourvectorswillnotbegradedbuttherelativelengthofonetotheotherwillbegraded.
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Problem1.18

Thefigureshowsthemotiondiagramofadragracer.Thecameratookoneframeevery2s .

PartA
Makeapositionversustimegraphforthedragracer.
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Problem1.28
Computethefollowingnumbers,applyingthesignificantfigureruleadoptedinthistextbook.

PartA
33.8 25.7

ANSWER:
869

Correct

PartB
33.825.7
ANSWER:
8.1

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PartC

33.8

ANSWER:
5.81

Correct

PartD
333.3 25.7

ANSWER:
13.0

Correct

Problem1.24
ConvertthefollowingtoSIunits:

PartA
11in
Expressyouranswertotwosignificantfiguresandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
0.28m

Correct

PartB
75f t/s
Expressyouranswertotwosignificantfiguresandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
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23

m
s

Correct

PartC
72mph
Expressyouranswertotwosignificantfiguresandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
32 m
s

Correct

PartD
17in2
Expressyouranswertotwosignificantfiguresandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
1.1102m2

Correct

Problem1.54
Thequantitycalledmassdensityisthemassperunitvolumeofasubstance.Expressthefollowingmassdensitiesin
SIunits.

PartA
Silver,10.5 10 3

kg/cm

Expressyouranswerwiththeappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
1.05104

kg
m3

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PartB
Water,1.0

g/cm

Expressyouranswerwiththeappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
1000

kg
m3

Correct

Problem1.26
Usingtheapproximateconversionfactorsintablebelow,convertthefollowingtoSIunitswithoutusingyourcalculator.
Approximateconversionfactors
1 cm
10 cm

1
2

in

f eet
4 in

1 m

1 yard

1 m

1 km

1 m/s

0.6 mile

2 mph

PartA
6f t
Expressyouranswertoonesignificantfigureandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
2m

Correct

PartB
60mi
Expressyouranswertoonesignificantfigureandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:

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1105m

Correct

PartC
40mph
Expressyouranswertoonesignificantfigureandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
20 m
s

Correct

PartD
8in
Expressyouranswertoonesignificantfigureandincludetheappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
0.2m

Correct

Problem1.53
Aregulationsoccerfieldforinternationalplayisarectanglewithalengthbetween100mand111mandawidth
between64.0mand78.0m.

PartA
Whatisthesmallestareathatthefieldcouldbe?
Expressyouranswerwiththeappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
A

= 6400m2

Correct
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PartB
Whatisthelargestareathatthefieldcouldbe?
Expressyouranswerwiththeappropriateunits.
ANSWER:
A

= 8660m2

Correct
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