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PHYSICS DEPARTMENT
PHY 2053
Exam 1
February 17, 2010
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Constants
g
= 9
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80 m/s
2
1. A book with mass 1.0 kg is initially at rest on a rough horizontal table. It is set into motion when a constant horizontal
force of 3.0 N is applied to it. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the book and the table is 0.2, find the distance
traveled by the book in 2.0 seconds.
(1) 2.1 m
(2) 6.0 m
(3) 3.9 m
(4) 1.0 m
(5) 9.8 m
2. A book with mass 1.0 kg is initially at rest on a rough horizontal table. It is set into motion when a constant horizontal
force of 4.0 N is applied to it. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the book and the table is 0.3, find the distance
traveled by the book in 2.0 seconds.
(1) 2.1 m
(2) 8.0 m
(3) 5.9 m
(4) 1.0 m
(5) 9.8 m
3. A book with mass 2.0 kg is initially at rest on a rough horizontal table. It is set into motion when a constant horizontal
force of 3.0 N is applied to it. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between the book and the table is 0.1, find the distance
traveled by the book in 2.0 seconds.
(1) 1.0 m
(2) 3.0 m
(3) 2.0 m
(4) 0.52 m
(5) 9.8 m
4. A plane flies at an altitude of 400 meters above the ground at a velocity of 50 m/s in the horizontal direction.
The
pilot releases a parcel when the plane is directly above a camper. How far does the camper need to walk from his initial
position to retrieve the parcel?
(1) 450 m
(2) 400 m
(3) 81 m
(4) 6.4 m
(5) 9.0 m
5. A plane flies at an altitude of 200 meters above the ground at a velocity of 50 m/s in the horizontal direction.
The
pilot releases a parcel when the plane is directly above a camper. How far does the camper need to walk from his initial
position to retrieve the parcel?
(1) 319 m
(2) 200 m
(3) 41 m
(4) 4.5 m
(5) 6.4 m
6. A plane flies at an altitude of 600 meters above the ground at a velocity of 50 m/s in the horizontal direction.
The
pilot releases a parcel when the plane is directly above a camper. How far does the camper need to walk from his initial
position to retrieve the parcel?
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 Physics, Force, Friction, m/s, 30◦, 30.0◦, UFID

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