Chapter 11331P11.17(a)zero(b)At the highest point of the trajectory,xRvgi==12222sinθandyhvgimaxsinbg22Lr vijik1112222222=×=+LNMMOQPP×=−mvgvgmvmvvgiixiiisin±sin±±sincos±θθO R viv2vivxi=±iFIG. P11.17(c)Livjkk2322=−=−=−RmRvgmRvvmRvmvgiii±sin±cos±sin±sin±sinsin±, where ej(d)The downward force of gravity exerts a torque in the –zdirection.P11.18Whether we think of the Earth’s surface as curved or flat, we interpret the problem to mean that theplane’s line of flight extended is precisely tangent to the mountain at its peak, and nearly parallel tothe wheat field. Let the positive xdirection be eastward, positive ybe northward, and positive zbevertically upward.(a)rkk×4 304 30 103.±.±kmmafpviiLrpkij−=−×⋅=× =××−
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