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11.10. Set Up: Solve: (a) and (b) and gives 11.11. Set Up: Solve: (a) (b) so Reflect: Young’s modulus for cartilage is much smaller than typical values for metals and the fractional change in length is larger. 11.12. Set Up: can be computed with both and expressed in Solve: 11.13. Set Up: At the surface the pressure is so At the surface of water has mass Solve: (a) gives (b) At this depth of seawater has volume The density is 11.14. Set Up: where d is the depth below the surface. Solve: (a) One cubic centimeter of her blood decreases in volume by (b) gives The depth would be The ocean is not this deep; the greatest depth in the ocean is an order of magnitude less than this, about 11 km. 11.15. Set Up: The surface pressure on earth is about 1 atm. Solve: The volume would decrease 9.1 mL. Reflect: The percent change in the volume is A nearly 100-fold increase in pressure has a small effect on the volume because the bulk modulus is very large. D V V 0 5 0.18%. D V 5 2 V 0 D p B 5 2 1 5.00 L 2 1 91 21 1.01 3 10 5 Pa 2 5.0 3 10 9 Pa 5 2 9.1 mL D V V 0 5 2 D p B d 5 D p 1.0 3 10 4 Pa / m 5 1.1 3 10 9 Pa 1.0 3 10 4 Pa / m 5 1.1 3 10 5 m 5 110 km. D p 5 B A 1 2 B 5 1.1 3 10 9 Pa
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Unformatted text preview: 3 10 9 Pa D V V 5 2 1 2 1.5 3 10 2 4 cm 3 . D V 5 2 D p B V 5 2 1 1.0 3 10 4 Pa / m 21 33 m 2 2.2 3 10 9 Pa 1 1.0 cm 3 2 5 2 1.5 3 10 2 4 cm 3 D p 5 1 1.0 3 10 4 Pa / m 2 d , D V V 5 2 D p B . 1.03 3 10 3 kg 0.9473 m 3 5 1.09 3 10 3 kg / m 3 . V 1 D V 5 0.9473 m 3 . 1.03 3 10 3 kg D V 5 2 1 D p 2 V B 5 2 1 1.16 3 10 8 Pa 21 1.00 m 3 2 2.2 3 10 9 Pa 5 2 0.0527 m 3 B 5 2 1 D p 2 V D V 1.03 3 10 3 kg. 1.00 m 3 Density 5 m / V . V 5 1.00 m 3 . D p 5 1.16 3 10 8 Pa. 1.0 3 10 5 Pa, B 5 2 D p D V / V 5 2 1 D p 2 V D V 5 2 1 3.6 3 10 6 Pa 21 600 cm 3 2 2 0.45 cm 3 5 4.8 3 10 9 Pa cm 3 . V D V D V / V D l l 5 1 2 1 24% 2 5 12% F T 5 4 mg D l l 5 F T AY 5 5880 N 1 10 3 10 2 4 m 2 21 24 3 10 6 Pa 2 5 0.24 5 24% F T 5 8 mg 5 5880 N. 5 F T / A D l / l l 5 8.6 cm. l 5 12 cm 0.40 5 l 2 l l F ' 5 0.385 N. 196 3 10 6 Pa 5 F ' p 1 25 3 10 2 6 m 2 2 strain 5 D l l . stress 5 F ' A , Elasticity and Periodic Motion 11-3...
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