Written Homework 8 Solutions

Written Homework 8 Solutions - Physics 221Fall2A07 October16

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Physics 221Fall2A07 Written Homework due Tuesday October 16 l-- (a) Calculate the moment of inertia of each particle system in the sketch below about the indicated axis of rotation. (b) For sketch [DJ what is the minimum possible moment of inertia for an aris within the plane of the sketch? What aris gives this minimum moment of inertia value? b): I \/k b) %;a{ Lr I c\ \ lo" o.l i l* ) q EAON \xLL o 'AFs T - ,-- ,,-. 2- L- A/v\\^ll. ; fill=r\(,r)'*N(?\t* A1t = 1n(o\2 *nr(t\'* ':_\ "- ,s.\ss ffi o n$f=+.f\f n\(*\a= +N* {a= t[\*') = qr\": I l=ts\lof +- au",[tn': -- 8A'3 ao. q (o<' @ --a Q^ 1 0'fz "Lqfr @ FrA TN S r'\rt t ! T:'{Ln(-\'l= h.}
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Physics 221 Fall2007 Written Homework due Tuesday October 16 2-- Space stations have been proposed to accommodate t[: surplus population of Earth (at least in science fiction novels). An initial design is Gr a hollow, uniform cylindrical space station of diameter 3.00 km, length 10.00 knL and total mass of 1.20 x l0r3 kg. The space station is to be spun aboutthe symmetry axis coincident with the a:ris of its cylindrical shape (a) What angular speed of rotation co is needed to simulate the magnitude
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Written Homework 8 Solutions - Physics 221Fall2A07 October16

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