Assignment 5

# Assignment 5 - 5 Chapter 14 Problem 13 Chapter 14 Problem...

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PHYSICS 120-3 Mechanics and Modern Physics Assignment #5 ‐ Due 9:30AM Monday, Nov 29 th , 2010 ‐ Do the following problems from “ Physics for Scientists and Engineers - A Strategic Approach” 2nd Edition , Randall D. Knight. (Note: In brackets you can find the problem number for the 1st Edition of the textbook). 1. Chapter 13, Conceptual 10 (see below) 2. Chapter 13 , Problem 48 ( Chapter 12 , Problem 50) 3. Chapter 13, Problem 50 ( Chapter 12 , Problem 53) 4. Chapter 13, Problem 57 ( Chapter 12, Problem 61)
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Unformatted text preview: 5. Chapter 14, Problem 13 ( Chapter 14, Problem 15) 6. Chapter 14, Problem 63 (see below) A pendulum consists of a massless, rigid rod with a mass at one end. The other end is pivoted on a frictionless pivot so that it can turn through a complete circle. The pendulum is inverted, so the mass is directly above the pivot point, then released. The speed of the mass as it passes through the lowest point is 4.8 m/s 7. Chapter 14, Problem 68 ( Chapter 14, Problem 69)...
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