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1. Ten men make up a tug-of-war team. Each team member can produce 250N of pulling

force.

a. What is the tension in the rope if the other tug-of-war team exert the same force?

b. The second team have only 7 members. What is the force produced by each

member?

2. A mass of 150 Kg hangs from a rope. If Óctavio applies a horizontal force to it she can

push it so that it moves to an angle of 45o away from the vertical. Calculate:

a. The tension in the rope

b. The force Octavio must apply to keep the mass in that position

3. A car with the mass 850 kg is decelerated from 40 ms-1 by the net force 200 N for 2.3

seconds. How far will it move during this?

4. A train has an acceleration of 0.53 m s-2 and a mass of 250t (1t = 1 tonne = 1000kg).

Calculate the force required to cause this acceleration.

5. An electron, mass 9.11 x 10-31 kg, has a force of 2.80 x 10-13 N acting on it when in a

cathode ray tube. Calculate its acceleration.

6. A helicopter of mass 5000kg is rising with an acceleration of 2.4 m s-2. What thrust must

be exerted on it by its rotor?

7. An airplane of total mass 30 000kg needs to be able to take off within a distance of

1200m on a runway that is 2200m long. The extra distance is necessary for safety

reasons. If the take-off and landing speeds of the plane are both 60 m s-1, find

b) the resultant force on the airplane during this acceleration

c) the thrust provided by the engines if the drag due to ground and wind resistance

is taken to have a constant value of 10 000N.

d) On landing, the mass of the airplane has decreased to 25 000kg. (Why?) What

minimum force is necessary to stop it on the runway within the safe distance of

1200m?

8. A lift has a mass 1800kg and the rope supporting it exerts an upward force on it of

15000N. What is the acceleration of the lift? If this lift is traveling upwards at a velocity of

3.8 m s-1, how long will it take to stop?

9. A train of mass 1.4 x 105 kg accelerates uniformly from rest along a level track. It travels

100m in the first 26s.

Calculate

a) the acceleration of the train

b) the speed reached after 26s

c) the resultant force required to produce this acceleration

10. Whilst braking, a car of mass 1200kg decelerates along a level road at

8.0 m s-2

a) If air resistance can be assumed to be negligible, calculate the horizontal force of the

road on the car.

b) Calculate the vertical force exerted by the road on the car.

c) Using a scale drawing or otherwise, calculate the magnitude and direction of the

resultant force of the road on the car.

11. A spacecraft, of mass 4500kg, which is landing on the Moon, uses its engine to keep its

speed of descent constant at 5.0 m s-1 from the time when the craft is 14m above the

Moon’s surface until it is 4.0m above the surface. The engines are then switched off and

the spacecraft falls freely to the Moon’s surface.

The acceleration of free fall on the Moon is 1.6 m s-2.

Calculate, for the spacecraft,

a) the speed of the impact

b) the time taken to fall the last 4.0 m

c) the time taken to fall the full 14m

A car of mass 800kg travels along a straight level road. The figure shows a graph of

speed against time.

i) the initial acceleration

ii) the resultant force accelerating the car during the first 12s

iii) the total distance traveled

iv) the average speed for the journey

b) the engine produces a driving force of 300N in the time interval between A and

i) Suggest a reason why the car does not accelerate

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