Solutions 3 - 3.1 IDENTIFY and SET UP Use Eq(3.2 in...

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3.1. IDENTIFY and SET UP: Use Eq.(3.2), in component form. EXECUTE: () 21 av 5.3 m 1.1 m 1.4 m/s 3.0 s 0 x xxx v ttt ∆− == = = av 0.5 m 3.4 m 1.3 m/s 3.0 s 0 y yyy v = = EVALUATE: Our calculation gives that av v r is in the 4th quadrant. This corresponds to increasing x and decreasing y . 3.6. IDENTIFY: Use Eq.(3.8), written in component form. SET UP: 22 (0.45m s )cos31.0 0.39m s , (0.45m s )sin31.0 0.23m s xy aa = = EXECUTE: (a) av- x x v a t = and 2 2.6 m s (0.39 m s )(10.0 s) 6.5 m s x v =+ = . av- y y v a t = and 2 1.8 m s (0.23 m s )(10.0 s) 0.52 m s y v =− + = . (b) (6.5m s) (0.52m s) 6.48m s v =+= , at an angle of 0.52 arctan 4.6 6.5 ⎛⎞ = ° ⎜⎟ ⎝⎠ above the horizontal. (c) The velocity vectors 1 v r and 2 v r are sketched in Figure 3.6. The two velocity vectors differ in magnitude and direction. EVALUATE: 1 v r is at an angle of 35 ° below the -axis x + and has magnitude 1 3.2 m/s v = , so vv > and the direction of 2 v r is rotated counterclockwise from the direction of 1 v r . Figure 3.6 ( ) av av 1.3 m/s tan 0.9286 1.4 m/s y x v v α = 360 42.9 317 = °− °= ° ()() av av av x y vvv av (1.4 m/s) ( 1.3 m/s) 1.9 m/s v = Figure 3.1
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3.9. IDENTIFY: The book moves in projectile motion once it leaves the table top. Its initial velocity is horizontal.
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Solutions 3 - 3.1 IDENTIFY and SET UP Use Eq(3.2 in...

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