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Unformatted text preview: QJ. A box oFM = 40kg mass. is pulled for a distance ofs = 5.0 tn alonga horizontal floor with a
constant horizontal force of F = 140 N. The kinetic coefﬁcient of friction between the box and the ﬂoor is pt = 0.30. 3) Calculate the work done by the applied force.
I 3' W = Fri Cat50° = {lhON)(5m)l1}=—?00 patriot m l? b) Calculate the work done by the friction force.
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no  600 = 10 U531 — 20
extra ea vim/s dl Calculate the instantaneous power delivered by the force F. at the moment when it is applied initially. _‘5__)! F? —__ F.U\v=_{/AON){prs)(gson = j. l e) Calculate the average power delivered by the applied force F. for the distance of s = 5.0 H1.
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” 413+ 25 Q.2. A msssless and frictionless pulley is attached to a spring of force
constant k, hanging from the ceiling. A light string. fixed to the ﬂoor at one end, paSSes over the pulley and is tied to a block of mass M at the
other end. The block sits on a table hinged at the wall as shown in the
figure. In this position the height ofthe block from the ground is yo and
the spring is in equilibrium length, that is neither streched nor compressed. Then the table is released down suddenly and the system starts to oscillate. a) When the block is at a height y from the ﬂoor, how much is the spring
stt'eched (Give it in terms of ya and y)? 33) Write down the total mechanical energy ofthe system when the block moves at a speed v at the
height y From the. ﬂoor{ Give E..1 in terms of M. k. y. yo and g }. view “ii”
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M3: 490 g'are d = 2.0 m apart on a frictionless table. MI M1. A bullet of'rn = 10 g mass is ﬁred toward the blocks as HVL I l I I Shown in the ﬁgure. It passes all the way through the ﬁrst
block. then embeds itself in the second block.The speed l‘" ‘ —3'l j“ ° of the second block immediately after the bullet stops in it,
is V2: 2.0 mls. Then the two blocks again make a completely
inelastic collision and afterwards move together at V3: 4.0 mls. 6 :1) Calculate the speed ofthe ﬁrst block immediately after the bullet leaves it.
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2. =. K: T'— ‘300 J Q.4. A system consists ofthree particles ofmasscs M1= 0.10 kg, M3: M3: 0.20 kg. Thcir positions
are given as r.= (2.0 t i  3.0 r‘ j) m. r; = 2.0 t i m and r5 = 4.0 t2 j m, respectively where t is in
seconds. @ 3) Find the position ofthe center of mass ofthis system as a function oftimc. in unit vector notation. —b —a —9 I '9' 1T. . IT. _ , t'
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ch — l l l' ‘rl a ( ) YE“ :lrl‘t l 456—? m @b) Find the velocity ofthc center ofmass of this system as :1 function oftime. in unit vector notation. glam = 3:“ gm :3? “it? +639): i121; .4. Lot} i2.“ :l. Liz's1.01”: “[3 @ c] Find the acceleration oFtlic center ol'mass of this system. in unit vector notation. _._') r _ 79
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@d} Find the net external force acting. on this system. in unit vector notation. = KM . +M L+ M3>3Lm : (o,'.01—0.Lc +0.‘1&)2..D~5 mlg‘llﬁi
s; r (r = 0.3:: 712110;; = [ft3'03) Eur. = to? UK") 0.5. A disk rotates about its central axis starting from rest and accelerates with constant angular
acceleration. At one time it is rotating at [2 revfs. After 80 more complete revolutions. its angular speed is 28 rew’s. r . 3) Calculate the angular acceleration. Express it in radfsxlmit.
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“'1 of'tltis point when the disk rotates at 12 rcvls.
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