Unformatted text preview: entialenergy difference t::"U == U B UA = mg(YA  VB), where YA VB = 7.2 m. The wark dane by frictian( on level ground, N == mg) is Wnc =  fkX = /lkmgx, where x is the distance slid across the rough level stretch. The energy principle; Equatian 8~5, relates these quantities: Wnc /lkmgx = b.K + l:i.U =0 ~ mg(YA  YB).Thus x = (YA  YB)//lk =7.2 in/0.51= 14.1 far X2 < Xl. If the kinetic energy af an alpha particle at the nuclear surface is zero, K2 0, then its kinetic energy at same other paint is K1 = U2  UI. Therefare, its speed is = VI = 1 2K ! = 2A
mX2 m (1 X2)
Xl 2(4.1xlO26N.m2) = [ (6.7xlO27 kg)(1.43xlO10 = (2.93><105 .( m) 1 X2)]1/2
Xl rn/s)V1 X2/XI, = m. where X2 is the nuclear radius. (a) If Xl = 4x2, VI = 5 2.53x10 mfs, and (b) if Xl = lOOX2, VI = 2.91 x 5 10 m/s. (c) Evidently, 2.93x105 m/s= VI for
Xl + 00. Problem
74. At the bottom of a frictianless ski slope is a 20mwide stretch af rough snow where the caefficient af frictian is 0.32. Fram what vertical...
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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
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