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Unformatted text preview: Physics 7A Midterm #1, Lecture Section 2, Fall 2006. ©A. Zettl
All Problems Worth 20 points. One side of one sheet notes (81/2" x 11") allowed. Good luck. 1. A small crazy squirrel runs along the nearly ﬂat ground at speed 2.0m/s onto a large, ﬂat, frozen mud
puddle whose surface is absolutely frictionless. Somewhere near the middle of the puddle the squirrel jumps up
and reaches a maximum height 1.23m above the ice surface. a) Determine the total time the squirrel is in the air (i.e. time between jumping and landing). b) Determine the horizontal distance between the jumping and landing spots on the ice. c) Determine the speed of the squirrel just before it lands. 2. A car of mass M will be towed along a roadway uniformly inclined at angle (F)1 by means of a (massless)
cable attached to a powerful tow truck. The cable makes an angle 92 with respect to the roadway. The tow truck
starts from rest. What is the greatest distance Lmax along the roadway that the car can be towed in the ﬁrstbt
seconds if the cable has a breaking strength Tm? Remember, M, 91, 62,me, and 5t are all known quantities.
Also, neglect frictional forces on the car (you may treat the car as if it slides without friction). 3. A crate slides down a rightangled trough inclined at angle 9 as shown in the ﬁgure. The coefﬁcient of kinetic friction between the crate and the material composing the trough is yk. Find the magnitude of the
acceleration of the crate down the trough. /.90°\ 4. Five blocks all of different mass are connected by massless (nonstretching) string segments as shown: The
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