26,27 Torque - You are trying to turn a rusty bolt. Which...

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You are trying to turn a rusty bolt. Which of the following would work the best? F F F F A B C D
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You are riding an exercise bike. If a frictional force F is applied to the rim of the wheel, what force must you apply to the pedal in order to turn the wheel. (The gear radii are a one-to-one ratio.) R=0.5m R=0.2m
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You push open a 20.0kg, 1.00m wide door with a force F=100N at 0.500m from the hinge. Draw an extended force diagram for the door. I=(1/3)mL 2
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You push open a 20.0kg, 1.00m wide door with a force F=100N at 0.500m from the hinge. What is the angular acceleration of the door? I=(1/3)mL 2
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The 2kg solid disk shown below is 50cm in diameter. The inner circle is 20cm in diameter. What is the angular acceleration of the disk? 10N 9N 12N
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The 10kg solid pulley shown below is 50cm in diameter. Draw appropriate force diagrams for each object. 20kg 10kg
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constant throughout? 20kg
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26,27 Torque - You are trying to turn a rusty bolt. Which...

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