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to the same height (6 m). With friction present it slides up only to a
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E) Cannot be determined because we don’t know the angle of the plane. 4. A 10 kg wagon is rolling along with a constant speed of 4 m/s. A 5 kg
bag of 8 nd is dropped onto the wagon. Its speed after the bag lands is 4%
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collides elastically with a stationary object ball (2, in the center of the figure). The cue ball is deﬂected by 30 degrees and has a final
velocity of v1=1.73 m/s. Therefore its velocity components are v1X=+1.50 m/s and v1y=+0.87 m/s. Comséaw‘km immed—km ‘ ‘09. Re am— 90
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object ball goes off. 8. A 30 kg block is being pulled along a surface as by a force of 100 N
as shown in the diagram. There is a force of friction acting with a
coefficient of friction u = 0.1. The block is pulled for a distance of 20 m.
The kinetic energy of the block after 20 m is (This problem is harder
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then travels at constant speed. The radius of the bicycle wheel is 0.35 m 9. What is the angular acceleration of the bicycle wheel? A) 0.5 rad/s2 B) 2 rad/s2 D) 6 rad/s2 E) 1 rad/s2
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hole of mass M rotating with an angular speed of 1 revolution every four
days absorbs enough mass to double its mass while maintaining its
shape. Its mass is now 2M. What is its angular speed? A) 1 rev/day B) 1 rev/8 days C) 1 reV/ 16 days D) 2 rev/4days .UL Mme—u:th C 94qu 1M. ‘31”‘5‘k .. . I? “ﬂaw
3" wk =JI 03). LOZFM/i 3' : Goa 12:21:! The mass of the Earth is 5.98 x 1024 kg and its radius is 6380 km. A
story in the Bible tells us that God made the sun stand still or, as we
would say, made the Earth stop rotating on its axis. 12. What is the angular speed of the Earth on its axis?
A) 271 rad/s (B) 7.3 x 10'5 rad/s ) C) 2n rad/year D) 1.5 X 10'4 rad/s _2 «5&an «an. a 1145;: ATVV&&EW A
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Earth’s rotation in 10 s? A)1.1x1026N B)7.2x1032N C) 38x1027N D)9.4X1017N
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seesaw (teeter totter) as shown. The 60 kg child is 3m from the fulcrum. (Neglect the mass of the seesaw.) f T
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the seesaw. w B)2.25m C)12m D) 1.5m lE)6m
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A) 105N (B)1050N> C) 15N D)150N ]E)1330N :OélxgggN ) 16. The earth rotates west to east on its axis once per day. In July the
average speed of the west to east trade winds across the entire earth is a
few meters per second smaller than it is in January. This would imply that \¢UL. \Mchﬂ eiltum IN.) (a
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f. than in January. 64,12... w J kink C) This has no effect on the rotation of the earth enough to measure. out 17. An object slides down an inclined plane of height H and then travels
inside a circular track of radius R. How high must H be so that the object does not fall off the circular track? Cease?“ .M Cg; E a;
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respectively and are separated by a distance d. The ratio of the gravitational force exerted by Armstrong on Pantani to that exeﬁed by Pantani on Armstrong is Net—3‘93; fairQ LVQUO v 124 maﬁa...“ W
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2000 N/m. The spring is compressed 0.2 m and then released. What is the maximum s eed of the mass? CME 4 5‘0“ l.
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A) 6.8 m/s C) 4. m/s D) 8.9 m/s E) 17.8 m/s ,. 3%]; 20. How much power is needed to carry a 10 kg oEect up a 6 m ﬂight of t' ' 5? 
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