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Unformatted text preview: Chapter 5, Problem 6 The National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) studies the physiological
effects of large accelerations on astronauts. Some of these studies use a machine known
as a centrifuge. This machine consists of a long arm, to one end of which is attached a
chamber in which the astronaut sits. The other end of the arm is connected to an axis
about which the arm and chamber can be rotated. The astronaut moves on a circular path,
much like a model airplane ﬂying in a circle on a guideline. The chamber is located 14.0
m from the center of the circle. At what speed must the chamber move so that an
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the center of the disk, the centripetal acceleration is 101 m/sz. What is the centripetal
acceleration at a point that is 0.0796 m from the center of the disc? Number 41'§_:2:g_717948_7i§0 Units m/sAz 7.
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straight line. They try to skate so that the line rotates about the skater at one end, who acts
as the pivot. The skater farthest out has a mass of 66.0 kg and is 7.30 m from the pivot.
He is skating at a speed of 7.10 m/s. Determine the magnitude of the centripetal force that acts on him. Number 425,5.V7V61'621'3835671V6' Units N f" (\jQ
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a central axis. People sit in seats facing the axis, their backs against the outer wall. At one
instant the outer wall moves at a speed of 3.27 m/s, and an 77.3kg person feels a 282—N
force pressing against his back. What is the radius of a chamber? Number “2931067978723 Units m ‘2
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102 m, while the largest has a radius of 169 m, as the drawing illustrates. The height of
the outer wall is 16.6 m. Find (a) the smallest and (b) the largest speed at which cars can
move on this track without relying on friction. (a) Number 2 15737283423521 Units m/s
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way down the slope and is going around at a constant speed on a circle (1‘: 9.30 m) as
the carousel turns. The coefﬁcient of static friction between the suitcase and the carousel
is 0.590, and the angle 6 in the drawing is 12.9 °. How much time is required for your
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create artiﬁcial gravity, the space station ShOWn in the drawing is rotating at a rate of 1.40
rpm. The radii of the cylindrically shaped chambers have the ratio rA/IB = 6.00. Each
chamber A simulates an acceleration due to gravity of 7.60 m/sz. Find values for (a) Q,
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radius r. A passenger feels the seat of the car pushing upward on her with a force equal to
2.87 times her weight as she goes through the dip. If F: 24.5 Hi, how fast is the roller
coaster traveling at the bottom of the dip? Number ‘21.i'8”93‘1—3'§44231_: Units m/s Chapter 5, Problem 40 A motorcycle is traveling up one side of a hill and down the other side. The crest is a
circular arc with a radius of 45.0 in. Determine the maximum speed that the cycle can
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