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1. Cross product

Consider the following vectors:

F= i-2j-3k

H= 3k

Solve the value of the cross product F x H

A. - 3 i 6 j

B. - 3 i + 6 j

C. - 6 i 3 j

D. - 6 i + 3 j

E. 0

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1. Cross product

Consider the following vectors:

F= i-2j-3k

H= 3k

Solve the value of the cross product F x H

A. - 3 i 6 j

B. - 3 i + 6 j

C. - 6 i 3 j

D. - 6 i + 3 j

E. 0

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2. Vector addition

Consider the following vectors:

A = 50.0 km, 1200 counterclockwise from East

Bx = -4.0 km, By = -10.0 km

C = 42.4 km, 45.00 East of South

Determine the x component of the resultant sum of the

three vectors.

A. 1.0 i

B. -12.3 i

C. 12.3 i

D. -37.7 i

E. 37.7 i

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2. Vector addition

Consider the following vectors:

A = 50.0 km, 1200 counterclockwise from East

Bx = -4.0 km, By = -10.0 km

C = 42.4 km, 45.00 East of South

Determine the x component of the resultant sum of the

three vectors.

A. 1.0 i

B. -12.3 i

C. 12.3 i

D. -37.7 i

E. 37.7 i

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3. Quadrant

Let vector P point from the origin into the 2nd

quadrant of the xy plane and vector S point from

the origin to the 4th quadrant. The vector P S

must be in which quadrant?

A. Quadrant I

B. Quadrant II

C. Quadrant III

D. Quadrant IV

E. Quadrant I or III

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3. Quadrant

Let vector P point from the origin into the 2nd

quadrant of the xy plane and vector S point from

the origin to the 4th quadrant. The vector P S

must be in which quadrant?

A. Quadrant I

B. Quadrant II

C. Quadrant III

D. Quadrant IV

E. Quadrant I or III

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4. Vector sum

What is the minimum number of vectors with

unequal magnitudes will yield a vector sum of

zero?

A. 6

B. 5

C. 4

D. 3

E. 2

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4. Vector sum

What is the minimum number of vectors with

unequal magnitudes will yield a vector sum of

zero?

A. 6

B. 5

C. 4

D. 3

E. 2

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5. Component method

Consider vector:

C = 34.6 km, 30.00 East of South

Rewrite vector C in unit vector notation.

A. C= 30.0 km i - 30.0 km j

B. C= 30.0 km i + 30.0 km j

C. C= -30.0 km i + 30.0 km j

D. C= 17.3 km i 30.0 km j

E. C= 30.0 km i 17.3 km j

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5. Component method

Consider vector:

C = 34.6 km, 30.00 East of South

Rewrite vector C in unit vector notation.

A. C= 30.0 km i - 30.0 km j

B. C= 30.0 km i + 30.0 km j

C. C= -30.0 km i + 30.0 km j

D. C= 17.3 km i 30.0 km j

E. C= 30.0 km i 17.3 km j

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6. Components

A displacement vector is 40 km in length and

directed 30 north of west. What are the

components of this vector?

X Y

A. -20 km 20 km

B. -35 km 5.0 km

C. -35 km 20 km

D. -5.0 km 35 km

E. -20 km 35 km

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6. Components

A displacement vector is 40 km in length and

directed 30 north of west. What are the

components of this vector?

X Y

A. -20 km 20 km

B. -35 km 5.0 km

C. -35 km 20 km

D. -5.0 km 35 km

E. -20 km 35 km

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7. Scalar product

What is the angle between the vectors A and

B if A.B = 0?

A. 00

B. 450

C. 900

D. 1800

E. 3600

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7. Scalar product

What is the angle between the vectors A and

B if A.B = 0?

A. 00

B. 450

C. 900

D. 1800

E. 3600

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8. Vector-product

Two vectors F and G have equal magnitudes. Their

cross product has a zero magnitude if F and G are

______.

A. Parallel

B. Equal

C. Anti-Parallel

D. Perpendicular

E. A or C

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8. Vector-product

Two vectors F and G have equal magnitudes. Their

cross product has a zero magnitude if F and G are

______.

A. Parallel

B. Equal

C. Anti-Parallel

D. Perpendicular

E. A or C

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9. DOT Product

Consider the following vectors:

F= i-2j-3k

H= i+2j-k

Solve the value of the dot product F . H

A. 0

B. - 4

C. 4

D. 12 i

E. -6 j + 4 k

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9. DOT Product

Consider the following vectors:

F= i-2j-3k

H= i+2j-k

Solve the value of the dot product F . H

A. 0

B. - 4

C. 4

D. 12 i

E. -6 j + 4 k

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10. Equlibrant

A lady biker starts her adventure by first walking 20.0 km,

300 South of East from her car. He stops and sets up his

tent for the night. On the second day, she walks 10.0 km

northward, at which she discovers a forest rangers tower.

Find an expression for the resultant displacement vector in

terms of unit vectors.

A. +10.0 i

B. - 10.0 i

C. + 17.3 i

D. - 17.3 i

E. + 17.3 j

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10. Equilibrant

A lady biker starts her adventure by first walking 20.0 km,

300 South of East from her car. He stops and sets up his

tent for the night. On the second day, she walks 10.0 km

northward, at which she discovers a forest rangers tower.

Find an expression for the resultant displacement vector in

terms of unit vectors.

A. +10.0 i

B. - 10.0 i

C. + 17.3 i

D. - 17.3 i

E. + 17.3 j

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KINEMATICS

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11. Instantaneous velocity

Consider a particle that moves along the x-axis. Its

position varies with time according to the

expression,

x(t) = (4.0 m/s) t + (3.0 m/s2) t2 ,

where x is in meters and t is in seconds. What is the

instantaneous velocity of the particle at t = 2 s?

A. 2.0 m/s

B. 4.0 m/s

C. 8.0 m/s

D. 12 m/s

E. 16 m/s

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11. Instantaneous velocity

Consider a particle that moves along the x-axis. Its

position varies with time according to the

expression,

x(t) = (4.0 m/s) t + (3.0 m/s2) t2 ,

where x is in meters and t is in seconds. What is the

instantaneous velocity of the particle at t = 2 s?

A. 2.0 m/s

B. 4.0 m/s

C. 8.0 m/s

D. 12 m/s

E. 16 m/s

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12. Maximum height

Consider a long jumper that leaves the ground at

an angle of 20.00 above the horizontal at a speed of

8.4 m/s. What is the maximum height reached?

A. 0.221 m

B. 0.321 m

C. 0.421 m

D. 0.721 m

E. 0.821 m

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12. Maximum height

Consider a long jumper that leaves the ground at

an angle of 20.00 above the horizontal at a speed of

8.4 m/s. What is the maximum height reached?

A. 0.221 m

B. 0.321 m

C. 0.421 m

D. 0.721 m

E. 0.821 m

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13. Acceleration

The position of a train that moves along a downhill

track is described by the function:

x(t) = (15.0 m/s) t + (2.00 m/s2) t2

What is the acceleration of the train?

A. 0 m/s2

B. 4 m/s2

C. 8 m/s2

D. 16 m/s2

E. 32 m/s2

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13. Acceleration

The position of a train that moves along a downhill

track is described by the function:

x(t) = (15.0 m/s) t + (2.00 m/s2) t2

What is the acceleration of the train?

A. 0 m/s2

B. 4 m/s2

C. 8 m/s2

D. 16 m/s2

E. 32 m/s2

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14. Horizontal speed

A happy Physics 10 student kicked a ball hard, making

it fall off an edge of a cliff. Right at the edge, the balls

velocity is 5.00 m/s in the horizontal direction. What is

the horizontal distance of the ball away from the cliff

after it has fallen for 1.016 s?

A. 2.48 m

B. 3.14 m

C. 3.56 m

D. 4.00 m

E. 5.08 m

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14. Horizontal speed

A happy Physics 10 student kicked a ball hard, making

it fall off an edge of a cliff. Right at the edge, the balls

velocity is 5.00 m/s in the horizontal direction. What is

the horizontal distance of the ball away from the cliff

after it has fallen for 1.016 s?

A. 2.48 m

B. 3.14 m

C. 3.56 m

D. 4.00 m

E. 5.08 m

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15. Long Jumper

Consider a long jumper that leaves the ground at

an angle of 20.00 above the horizontal at a speed of

11.0 m/s. How far does the jump in the horizontal

direction?

A. 4.95 m

B. 5.94 m

C. 6.95 m

D. 7.94 m

E. 8.34 m

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15. Long Jumper

Consider a long jumper that leaves the ground at

an angle of 20.00 above the horizontal at a speed of

11.0 m/s. How far does the jump in the horizontal

direction?

A. 4.95 m

B. 5.94 m

C. 6.95 m

D. 7.94 m

E. 8.34 m

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16. Vertical Motion

A rock is thrown downward from the top of a 40 m

tall tower with an initial speed of 12 m/s. Assuming

negligible air resistance, what is the speed of the

rock just before hitting the ground?

A. 24.0 m/s

B. 28.0 m/s

C. 30.5 m/s

D. 56.2 m/s

E. 392 m/s

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16. Vertical Motion

A rock is thrown downward from the top of a 40 m

tall tower with an initial speed of 12 m/s. Assuming

negligible air resistance, what is the speed of the

rock just before hitting the ground?

A. 24.0 m/s

B. 28.0 m/s

C. 30.5 m/s

D. 56.2 m/s

E. 392 m/s

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17. Stop!

Consider a particle that moves along the x-axis. Its

position varies with time according to the

expression,

x(t) = (4.0 m/s) t - (1.0 m/s2) t2 ,

where x is in meters and t is in seconds. At what time

will the particle stop?

A. 0.5 s

B. 1.0 s

C. 1.5 s

D. 2.0 s

E. 4.0 s

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17. Stop!

Consider a particle that moves along the x-axis. Its

position varies with time according to the

expression,

x(t) = (4.0 m/s) t - (1.0 m/s2) t2 ,

where x is in meters and t is in seconds. At what time

will the particle stop?

A. 0.5 s

B. 1.0 s

C. 1.5 s

D. 2.0 s

E. 4.0 s

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18. Free fall

A stone is dropped from rest at the roof of a

building. How far below the roof is the stone after

1.50 s?

A. 5.52 m

B. 7.36 m

C. 10.0 m

D. 11.0 m

E. 14.7 m

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18. Free fall

A stone is dropped from rest at the roof of a

building. How far below the roof is the stone after

1.50 s?

A. 5.52 m

B. 7.36 m

C. 10.0 m

D. 11.0 m

E. 14.7 m

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19. Average velocity

Consider a particle that moves along the x-axis. Its position

varies with time according to the expression,

x(t) = (4.0 m/s) t + (2.0 m/s2) t2 ,

where x is in meters and t is in seconds. Assume the

direction to the right as the positive direction. Determine

the average velocities of the particle from t = 0 to t = 1.0 s?

A. -4.0 m/s

B. 4.0 m/s

C. -2.0 m/s

D. 2.0 m/s

E. 1.0 m/s

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19. Average velocity

Consider a particle that moves along the x-axis. Its position

varies with time according to the expression,

x(t) = (4.0 m/s) t + (2.0 m/s2) t2 ,

where x is in meters and t is in seconds. Assume the

direction to the right as the positive direction. Determine

the average velocities of the particle from t = 0 to t = 1.0 s?

A. -4.0 m/s

B. 4.0 m/s

C. -2.0 m/s

D. 2.0 m/s

E. 1.0 m/s

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20. Vertically upward

A ball is thrown vertically upwards with an initial

speed of 3 m/s. What is the velocity of the ball at

the maximum height of its trajectory?

A. 3 m/s

B. -3 m/s

C. 1 m/s

D. -1 m/s

E. 0 m/s

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20. Vertically upward

A ball is thrown vertically upwards with an initial

speed of 3 m/s. What is the velocity of the ball at

the maximum height of its trajectory?

A. 3 m/s

B. -3 m/s

C. 1 m/s

D. -1 m/s

E. 0 m/s

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NEWTONS LAWS

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21. Inclined plane

A 26 N crate is held at rest on a frictionless incline

by a force F that is parallel to the incline. If the

incline is 250 above the horizontal, the magnitude

of the applied force is _____.

A. 4.1 N

B. 4.6 N

C. 11 N

D. 22 N

E. 23 N

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21. Inclined plane

A 26 N crate is held at rest on a frictionless incline

by a force F that is parallel to the incline. If the

incline is 250 above the horizontal, the magnitude

of the applied force is _____.

A. 4.1 N

B. 4.6 N

C. 11 N

D. 22 N

E. 23 N

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22. Not moving

Consider a 2.00 kg box on a frictionless plane that is

inclined at an angle of 300 with the horizontal. A force F is

applied on the box with the direction along the incline.

What is the magnitude of the force F applied to hold the

box in place on the ramp?

A. 4.91 N

B. 9.81 N

C. 11.3 N

D. 17.0 N

E. 19.6 N

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22. Not moving

Consider a 2.00 kg box on a frictionless plane that is

inclined at an angle of 300 with the horizontal. A force F is

applied on the box with the direction along the incline.

What is the magnitude of the force F applied to hold the

box in place on the ramp?

A. 4.91 N

B. 9.81 N

C. 11.3 N

D. 17.0 N

E. 19.6 N

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23. Atwoods machine

Consider two objects of masses 1.0 kg and 2.0 kg

that are hung vertically over a frictionless pulley of

negligible mass, which form an arrangement known

as an Atwoods machine. A device that is sometimes

used in the laboratory to determine the value of g.

Determine the magnitude of the acceleration of the

two objects.

A. 0 m/s2

B. 2.24 m/s2

C. 3.27 m/s2

D. 6.54 m/s2

E. 29.4 m/s2

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23. Atwoods machine

Consider two objects of masses 1.0 kg and 2.0 kg

that are hung vertically over a frictionless pulley of

negligible mass, which form an arrangement known

as an Atwoods machine. A device that is sometimes

used in the laboratory to determine the value of g.

Determine the magnitude of the acceleration of the

two objects.

A. 0 m/s2

B. 2.24 m/s2

C. 3.27 m/s2

D. 6.54 m/s2

E. 29.4 m/s2

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24. Elevator

A 1100 kg elevator is rising and its speed is

increasing at 3.0 m/s2. The tension in the elevator

cable is ____.

A. 1100 N

B. 3300 N

C. 11000 N

D. 14000 N

E. 16000 N

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24. Elevator

A 1100 kg elevator is rising and its speed is

increasing at 3.0 m/s2. The tension in the elevator

cable is ____.

A. 1100 N

B. 3300 N

C. 11000 N

D. 14000 N

E. 16000 N

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25. Sum of forces

Two forces are applied to a 7.07 kg crate; one is

20.0 N to the north and the other is 20.0 N to the

east. The magnitude of the acceleration of the

crate is _____.

A. 0.50 m/s2

B. 2.00 m/s2

C. 4.00 m/s2

D. 5.66 m/s2

E. 8.00 m/s2

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25. Sum of forces

Two forces are applied to a 7.07 kg crate; one is

20.0 N to the north and the other is 20.0 N to the

east. The magnitude of the acceleration of the

crate is _____.

A. 0.50 m/s2

B. 2.00 m/s2

C. 4.00 m/s2

D. 5.66 m/s2

E. 8.00 m/s2

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26. Normal force

Consider a 2.00 kg box on a frictionless plane that is

inclined at an angle of 300 with the horizontal. A force F is

applied on the box with the direction along the incline.

What is the magnitude of the normal force exerted by the

plane on the box?

A. 9.81 N

B. 11.3 N

C. 15.0 N

D. 17.0 N

E. 19.6 N

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26. Normal force

Consider a 2.00 kg box on a frictionless plane that is

inclined at an angle of 300 with the horizontal. A force F is

applied on the box with the direction along the incline.

What is the magnitude of the normal force exerted by the

plane on the box?

A. 9.81 N

B. 11.3 N

C. 15.0 N

D. 17.0 N

E. 19.6 N

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27. Two mass system

Two masses m1 = 7.1 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are connected by a

string as shown. If the pulley is massless and the surface is

frictionless, the magnitude of the acceleration of mass m2

is ___.

A. 1.6 m/s2

B. 2.2 m/s2

C. 3.3 m/s2

D. 4.9 m/s2

E. 6.5 m/s2

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27. Two mass system

Two masses m1 = 7.1 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are connected by a

string as shown. If the pulley is massless and the surface is

frictionless, the magnitude of the acceleration of mass m2

is ___.

A. 1.6 m/s2

B. 2.2 m/s2

C. 3.3 m/s2

D. 4.9 m/s2

E. 6.5 m/s2

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28. Elevator 2

A m = 80-kg man stands on a scale fastened to the

floor of the elevator. The scale is calibrated in newtons.

Note: g is the acceleration due to the gravity.

What does the scale read when the elevator is moving

upward at 20 m/s while its speed is decreasing at a rate

of 8 m/s2?

A. 36.3 N

B. 72.5 N

C. 90.0 N

D. 104 N

E. 145 N

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28. Elevator 2

A m = 80-kg man stands on a scale fastened to the

floor of the elevator. The scale is calibrated in newtons.

Note: g is the acceleration due to the gravity.

What does the scale read when the elevator is moving

upward at 20 m/s while its speed is decreasing at a rate

of 8 m/s2?

A. 36.3 N

B. 72.5 N

C. 90.0 N

D. 104 N

E. 145 N

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29. Tension 1

Consider two objects of masses 1.0 kg and 2.0 kg

that are hung vertically over a frictionless pulley of

negligible mass, which form an arrangement known

as an Atwoods machine. A device that is sometimes

used in the laboratory to determine the value of g.

Find the tension in the lightweight string.

A. 3.27 N

B. 4.91 N

C. 6.54 N

D. 13.1 N

E. 0N

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29. Tension 1

Consider two objects of masses 1.0 kg and 2.0 kg

that are hung vertically over a frictionless pulley of

negligible mass, which form an arrangement known

as an Atwoods machine. A device that is sometimes

used in the laboratory to determine the value of g.

Find the tension in the lightweight string.

A. 3.27 N

B. 4.91 N

C. 6.54 N

D. 13.1 N

E. 0N

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30. Tension 2

Two masses m1 = 7.1 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are connected by a

string as shown. If the pulley is massless and the surface is

frictionless, the magnitude of the tension in the string

is___.

A. 11.4 N

B. 11.9 N

C. 21.5 N

D. 23.4 N

E. 46.2 N

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30. Tension 2

Two masses m1 = 7.1 kg and m2 = 3.6 kg are connected by a

string as shown. If the pulley is massless and the surface is

frictionless, the magnitude of the tension in the string

is___.

A. 11.4 N

B. 11.9 N

C. 21.5 N

D. 23.4 N

E. 46.2 N

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CIRCULAR MOTION AND

GRAVITATION

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31. Vertical Motion

A 0.500-kg object is swung in a circular path and in

a vertical plane on a 0.500-m-length string. If the

angular speed at the bottom is 8.00 rad/s, what is

the tension in the string when the object is at the

bottom of the circle?

A. 5.60 N

B. 10.5 N

C. 15.2 N

D. 16.7 N

E. 20.9 N

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31. Vertical Motion

A 0.500-kg object is swung in a circular path and in

a vertical plane on a 0.500-m-length string. If the

angular speed at the bottom is 8.00 rad/s, what is

the tension in the string when the object is at the

bottom of the circle?

A. 5.60 N

B. 10.5 N

C. 15.2 N

D. 16.7 N

E. 20.9 N

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32. Centripetal Acceleration

A 0.20-m-radius automobile tire turns at a rate of

120 rpm (revolutions per minute). What is the

centripetal acceleration of a point on the outer

edge of the tire? Use: 1 rev = 6.28 radians

A. 2.00 m/s2

B. 3.77 m/s2

C. 12.6 m/s2

D. 31.6 m/s2

E. 47.4 m/s2

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32. Centripetal Acceleration

A 0.20-m-radius automobile tire turns at a rate of

120 rpm (revolutions per minute). What is the

centripetal acceleration of a point on the outer

edge of the tire? Use: 1 rev = 6.28 radians

A. 2.00 m/s2

B. 3.77 m/s2

C. 12.6 m/s2

D. 31.6 m/s2

E. 47.4 m/s2

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33. Centripetal force

A roller coaster, loaded with passengers, has a

mass of 2 000 kg; the radius of curvature of the

track at the bottom point of the dip is 24 m. If the

vehicle has a speed of 18 m/s at this point, what

force is exerted on the vehicle by the track?

A. 54000 N

B. 50000 N

C. 47000 N

D. 30000 N

E. 23000 N

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33. Centripetal force

A roller coaster, loaded with passengers, has a

mass of 2 000 kg; the radius of curvature of the

track at the bottom point of the dip is 24 m. If the

vehicle has a speed of 18 m/s at this point, what

force is exerted on the vehicle by the track?

A. 54000 N

B. 50000 N

C. 47000 N

D. 30000 N

E. 23000 N

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34. Horizontal Distance

When a point on the rim of a 0.30-m-radius wheel

experiences a centripetal acceleration of 4.0 m/s2,

what is the tangential speed of that point?

A. 0.88 m/s

B. 0.95 m/s

C. 1.10 m/s

D. 1.22 m/s

E. 1.33 m/s

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34. Horizontal Distance

When a point on the rim of a 0.30-m-radius wheel

experiences a centripetal acceleration of 4.0 m/s2,

what is the tangential speed of that point?

A. 0.88 m/s

B. 0.95 m/s

C. 1.10 m/s

D. 1.22 m/s

E. 1.33 m/s

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35. Horizontal circle

A stone is tied to the end of a string and is swung with

constant speed around a horizontal circle with a radius

of 1.50 m. If it makes two complete revolutions each

second, its centripetal acceleration is _____.

A. 0.24 m/s2

B. 2.4 m/s2

C. 4.2 m/s2

D. 42 m/s2

E. 24o m/s2

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35. Horizontal circle

A stone is tied to the end of a string and is swung with

constant speed around a horizontal circle with a radius

of 1.50 m. If it makes two complete revolutions each

second, its centripetal acceleration is _____.

A. 0.24 m/s2

B. 2.4 m/s2

C. 4.2 m/s2

D. 42 m/s2

E. 24o m/s2

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36. Banked curve

At what speed will a car round a 52-m-radius curve,

banked at a 45 angle, if no friction is required

between the road and tires to prevent the car from

slipping?

A. 17 m/s

B. 19 m//s

C. 20 m/s

D. 23 m/s

E. 27 m/s

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36. Banked curve

At what speed will a car round a 52-m-radius curve,

banked at a 45 angle, if no friction is required

between the road and tires to prevent the car from

slipping?

A. 17 m/s

B. 19 m//s

C. 20 m/s

D. 23 m/s

E. 27 m/s

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37. Weight

An object when orbiting the Earth at a height of

three Earth radii from the center of the Earth has

a weight of 1.00 N. What is the object's mass?

A. 0.102 kg

B. 0.306 kg

C. 0.704 kg

D. 0.920 kg

E. 1.00 kg

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37. Weight

An object when orbiting the Earth at a height of

three Earth radii from the center of the Earth has

a weight of 1.00 N. What is the object's mass?

A. 0.102 kg

B. 0.306 kg

C. 0.704 kg

D. 0.920 kg

E. 1.00 kg

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38. Tangential Speed

A satellite is in a circular orbit about the Earth at a

distance of one Earth radius above the surface.

What is the speed of the satellite?

A. 2800 m/s

B. 3000 m/s

C. 4200 m/s

D. 5600 m/s

E. 16800 m/s

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38. Tangential Speed

A satellite is in a circular orbit about the Earth at a

distance of one Earth radius above the surface.

What is the speed of the satellite?

A. 2800 m/s

B. 3000 m/s

C. 4200 m/s

D. 5600 m/s

E. 16800 m/s

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39. Gravity

If the mass of Mars is 0.107 times that of Earth,

and its radius is 0.530 that of Earth, estimate the

gravitational acceleration g at the surface of

Mars.

A. 1.16 m/s2

B. 2.20 m/s2

C. 3.73 m/s2

D. 4.20 m/s2

E. 5.50 m/s2

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39. Gravity

If the mass of Mars is 0.107 times that of Earth,

and its radius is 0.530 that of Earth, estimate the

gravitational acceleration g at the surface of

Mars.

A. 1.16 m/s2

B. 2.20 m/s2

C. 3.73 m/s2

D. 4.20 m/s2

E. 5.50 m/s2

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40. Geosyncrhonous satellite

Geosynchronous satellites orbit the Earth at a

distance of 42 000 km from the Earth's center. Their

angular speed at this height is the same as the

rotation rate of the Earth, so they appear stationary

at certain locations in the sky. What is the force

acting on a 1 500-kg satellite at this height?

A. 85.0 N

B. 155 N

C. 333 N

D. 404 N

E. 457 N

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40. Geosyncrhonous satellite

Geosynchronous satellites orbit the Earth at a

distance of 42 000 km from the Earth's center. Their

angular speed at this height is the same as the

rotation rate of the Earth, so they appear stationary

at certain locations in the sky. What is the force

acting on a 1 500-kg satellite at this height?

A. 85.0 N

B. 155 N

C. 333 N

D. 404 N

E. 457 N

7/22/2017 85

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