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5.1 USING NEWTON’S LAWS EXERCISES Section 5.1 Using Newton’s Second Law 12. Newton’s second law for this mass says vv v v FF F m a net = 12 += , where we assume no other significant forces are acting. Since the acceleration and the first force are given, one can solve for the second, v v v Fm aF 21 2 15 73 =− = (. ) / ) kg m s ( ˆ cos ˆ sin ) ( . ) ˆ ˆ . ˆ ij i i 30 30 6 8 2 68 5 48 °° + N j ). N This has magnitude 6.10 N and direction 63.9 ° CCW from the x axis. 13. INTERPRET In this problem, two forces are exerted on the object of interest and produce an acceleration. With the mass of the object and one force given, we are asked to find the other force. DEVELOP Newton’s second law for this mass says r F m a net =+= , where we assume no other significant forces are acting. The second force is given by r r r EVALUATE Substituting the expressions given in the problem statement, we obtain r r r i 31 091 027 = ( . )[( . ) ˆ kg m/s 22 ) ˆ ][ ( . ) ˆ ) ˆ ]( . ) ˆ ji −− = + 25 402 166 NN N N ) ˆ j ASSESS To show that the answer is correct, let’s add the two forces together. The net force is rr r F i j net N =+=− + [( . ) ˆ ) ˆ ( . ) ˆ ) ˆ ] ) ˆ (. ) ˆ ( . )[( + =+ = 282 084 N 0 91 .) ˆ ˆ ] +− From the expression, it is clear that r F net points in the same direction as r a . 14. The horizontal forces on the barge are the two tensions and the resistance of the water, as shown in the figure. The net force is in the x direction, so 5 TF m a x res cos , °− = v v since TTT == . (a) If x ° = 0 2 1100 25 1 99 ,() c o s. . Nk N res v (b) If x 0 16 1 99 3700 0 16 2 ./ , . ( ) ( . m s kN kg res v ms kN /) . . 2 140 = 25 ° 25 ° F res T 1 T 2 x 15. INTERPRET In this problem, we are asked to find the tilt angle of the table such that the acceleration of an object sliding on the surface of the table is the same as the gravitational acceleration near the surface of the Moon. DEVELOP In Example 5.1 it was shown that the acceleration down an incline is ag = sin . θ This equation is what we shall use to solve for the tilt angle . 5
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5.2 Chapter 5 EVALUATE Given that the gravitational acceleration near the surface of the Moon is g = 16 ./ , ms 2 the angle of tilt should be θ = = = −− sin sin 11 98 9 a g 2 2 .40 ° ASSESS A tilt angle of 940 . ° would give an acceleration that is the same as that of the Moon’s surface. On the other hand, if we want to simulate the motion near Earth’s surface, then ag = , and 90 . The greater the value of a , the larger the tilt angle. 16. The acceleration down a frictionless incline is = sin (see Example 5.1), and the distance traveled down the incline, starting from rest () v 0 0 = at the top , x 0 0 = is xa t = 1 2 2 . Therefore tx g == ° = 2 2 1 3 9 8 24 25 5 2 / sin ( . )/( . )sin . km m/s s. 17. INTERPRET In this problem, the physical quantity of interest is the tension force in the cable. To compute the tension, we analyze the motion of the car. DEVELOP We note that the only force on the car with a horizontal component (in the direction of the acceleration) is the tension. In addition, the acceleration of the car is the same as that of the tow truck.
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