Unformatted text preview: 2. K&K Problem 1.15. 3. K&K Problem 1.19. Denote the radius of the tire R , and put your answers in terms of V , R , t , and of course ˆ ı and ˆ . I suggest pursuing the velocity of the pebble ﬁrst, using the results of the last problem. Then, the position will be equal to the integral of the velocity, plus a constant vector c x ˆ ı + c y ˆ . Choose c x and c y so that the pebble is at the origin when t = 0. 4. K&K Problem 2.1. 5. K&K Problem 2.3. 6. K&K Problem 2.4. 7. K&K Problem 2.7. 8. K&K Problem 2.8. 9. K&K Problem 2.16. Please do this problem initially for arbitrary incline angle, θ . There are two ways to go about this problem. .. you can work in an accelerated frame (see p. 62, where the equation F apparent = F trueM ¨ R is a direct generalization of the answer from Problem 1.15(a)). Or, you can implement the constraint equation discussed on the top half of p. 74....
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