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# 470_Physics ProblemsTechnical Physics - 472 Oscillatory...

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472 Oscillatory Motion P15.12 (a) 1.26 s; (b) 0150 . m s ; 0750 m s 2 ; P15.42 see the solution (c) xt =− 35 cmcos ; vt = F H G I K J 15 5 cm s sin ; at = F H G I K J 75 5 cm s 2 cos P15.44 (a) 2 95 . Hz; (b) 2.85 cm P15.46 see the solution P15.48 either 1 31 . Hz or 0 641 H z P15.14 (a) v ω ; (b) x v t F H G I K J sin P15.50 1.56 cm P15.16 (a) 126 N m; (b) 0.178 m P15.52 (a) 0500 . m s ; (b) 8.56 cm P15.18 (a) 0.153 J; (b) 0784 . m s; (c) 17 5 . ms 2 P15.54 A g f s = µ π 4 22 P15.20 (a) 100 N m; (b) 1.13 Hz; P15.56 see the solution (c) 141 . m s at x = 0; (d) 10 0 2 at xA ; (e) 2.00 J; P15.58 (a) k m T = 4 2 2 ; (b) ′ = F H G I K J mm T T 2 (f) 133 . m s; (g) 333 m s 2 P15.22 (a) 1.50 s; (b) 73 4 . Nm ; P15.60 (a) 21 0 m af a f sin ; (b) at x ± 173 m ; (c) 19.7 m below the bridge; (d) 106 r a d s ; (c) 98.0 mm; (d) 52.4 ms (e) 2.01 s; (f) 3.50 s P15.62 (a) decreased by 0.735 m; P15.24 (a) 0.218 s and 1.09 s; (b) 14 6 . mW (b) increased by 0.730 s; (c) decreased by 120 J; (d) see the solution P15.26 The position of the piston is given by t = cos . P15.64
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