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PHY10 Quiz No. 3 SET D 3Q 10-11 - Determine the distance...

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PHY10 Quiz No. 3 SET D ___ READ CAREFULLY: Copy the Set Letter and the Questionnaire Number at the upper-right hand corner of the cover page of your quiz booklet. Do not write anything on this questionnaire. Instructions: Solve the following problems.  Show complete and detailed solutions using one page problem. Do not use the back page.  Final answers should be rounded–off to two decimal places. Box all final answers. 1. A 2000 kg car moving on a flat road negotiates a curve. If the radius of the curve is 20 meters and the  coefficient of friction between the car’s tires and the road is 0.50, find the maximum speed the car can have and  still make the turn successfully. 2. Consider a system shown in figure 2, block A weighs 50 N and block B weighs 40 N.  (a) Once block A starts  from rest and moves to the right determine the acceleration if 
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Unformatted text preview: Determine the distance traveled and its velocity after 0.5 seconds. (b) With µ =0.15, what should be the new weight of block B so that both blocks A and B will move with constant velocity? 3. Determine the tension in each cord if the weight of the suspended object is 200N, refer to figure 3 4. You’re part of a mission carrying humans to the surface of the planet Venus, which has radius of 9 x 10 6 m and a mass 6.42 x 10 28 kg. The earth weight of the mars lander is 39,200 N. Calculate it weight F g and the gravitation g due to the gravity of Venus. (a) 6 x 10 6 m above the surface of Venus and (b) at the surface of Venus. Figure 1 Figure 3 Figure 2...
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