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Unformatted text preview: the same result, AKBc+ AUBC = WI,BC, = vc = V2(9.8 m/s2)(38 ni)(lO.ll cot20) + (20.1 m/s)2.) = = Problem
51. A basketball dropped from a height of 2.40 m rebounds to Ii maximum height of 1.55 m. What fraction of the ball's initial energy is lost to nonconservative forces? Take the zero of potential energy at the floor. Problem
49. The potential energy of a spring is given by U ax2  bx + c; where a = 5.20 N 1m, b== 3.12 N, and c 0.468 J, and where x is the overall length of = = CHAPTER 8 135 ,principle in the form of Equation 85 is ball is point A) a.nd a.tthe maximum of its rebound one has Wnc = t:J.UAB = mg(YB  YA). This energy since YB < YA' The initial energy was /;relative to zero of potential energy on the :, ~ 0, so the fraction lost is mg IYB  YAI+ \~:YB/YA = 1 1.55/2.40 = 35.4%. (The fi'and "lost" replace the minus sign in the gei i.e., a <135% loss" equals a change ,"+ !::l.U. Since v = 0 where the 8.0hour period. What fraction of the initial potential energy is lost to nonconservative forces (i.e., doe...
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This note was uploaded on 07/27/2009 for the course PHYSICS 101 taught by Professor Wormer during the Spring '08 term at NYU Poly.
 Spring '08
 WORMER
 Physics, Conservation Of Energy, Energy, Work

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