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Unformatted text preview: Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 Signature: ___________________________ I.D. number: _________________________ Name:_______________________________ 1 You must do the first problem which consists of five multiple choice questions. Then you can skip one of the four long problems numbered 25. Clearly cross out the page and the numbered box of the problem omitted. Do not write in the other boxes. If you do all the problems, only problems 14 will be graded. Each problem is worth 25 points for a total of 100 points. A formula sheet is provided on the LAST page which you can tear off. TO GET PARTIAL CREDIT IN PROBLEMS 2  5 YOU MUST SHOW GOOD WORK. 2 3 4 CHECK DISCUSSION SECTION ATTENDED: 5 [ ] Dr. Galeazzi 1O, 9:30 10:20 a.m. [ ] Dr. Voss 1P, 11:00 11:50 a.m. [ ] Dr. Huffenberger 1Q, 12:30 1:20 p.m. [ ] Dr. Barnes 1R, 2:00 2:50 p.m. [ ] Dr. Gundersen 1S, 3:30 4:20 p.m. [ ] Dr. Nepomechie 3O, 9:30 10:20 a.m. [ ] Dr. Voss 3Q, 12:30 1:20 p.m. TOTAL 1 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi [1.] PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 This problem has five multiple choice questions. Circle the best answer in each case. force given by 1 2 3 , acts on 2 6 . What is its torque about the origin?
18 18 6 6 10 10 [b] [e] 18 18 6 6 10 2 [1A.] A a particle positioned at [a] [d] [c] 18 6 2 [1B.] A 100 gram tennis ball is served such that it has an initial velocity of 40 m/s in the direction as it passes over the baseline. A tennis racket strikes the ball and applies an average force of 100 to the ball in the direction for 0.05 . What is the velocity of the ball as it leaves the racket? [a] 10 m/s [b] 20 m/s [c] 30 m/s [d] 60 m/s [e] 90 m/s , [1C.] The position vector for a particle with mass m is given by where A, and B, are positive constants. Determine the time when the angular momentum about the origin is zero. [a] [e] 0, 2 , [b] 0, [c] , [d] 2 , 0 [1D.] A uniform wood plank with mass M is set on two sawhorses placed at a distance d from each other so that the plank's center of mass is exactly halfway in between them. The plank is much longer than d. A person with mass M/2 starts walking from the center of the plank toward one end. How far past the sawhorse can he walk before it tips over? [a] 0 [b] d [c] d/2 [d] 2 d [e] 3/2 d [1E.] A uniform disk with mass M, radius R, and moment of inertia , is free to roll on a flat surface. The disk is initially at rest, when a horizontal, constant force perpendicular to the axis of the disk is applied to its center of mass. Find the magnitude of the static friction necessary for the disk to roll without slipping. [a] F [b] 2F [c] F/2 [d] 3F [e] F/3 2 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 3 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 [2.] A long, uniform rod with length L, mass M, and moment of inertia (with respect to its , is hinged at one end so that it can rotate, without friction, center of mass) around a horizontal axis. The rod is hanging, motionless, in a vertical position when a piece of putty with same mass M is launched horizontally toward the rod and hits it at its center, with horizontal speed , getting stuck to it. Write your results in terms of L, M, and . Remember to check the dimensions/units for each answer.
a) Find the moment of inertia, with respect to the hinge, of the rod+putty system after the collision. b) Find the angular speed of the rod+putty right after the collision. c) As the system rotates around the hinge, what is the maximum angle it reaches before it falls back down? Assume the speed is small so that it does not do full loop. 4 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 5 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 [3.] A hollow cylinder with height h has inner radius and outer radius (see figure). The density of the cylinder decreases with the distance r from its axis and is given by for , with positive and constant with units of / . Write your results in terms of h, , , and . Remember to check the dimensions/units for each answer.
a) Find the mass of the hollow cylinder. b) Find its moment of inertia with respect to its axis. c) Find the moment of inertia with respect to an axis parallel to the axis of the cylinder and passing through point P on the inner radius of the cylinder. 6 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 7 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 [4.] A chandelier of mass 5M is being installed in the new opera house at a height h above the floor. The chandelier is connected to one end of a steel cable with negligible mass which . The other end of the runs over a pulley of mass M, radius R, and moment of inertia cable is pulled by the installation crew with constant force F (see figure). Write your results in terms of M, h, R, and F. Remember to check the dimensions/units for each answer.
a) Find the angular acceleration of the pulley. b) How long will it take for the pulley to make the first full loop (i.e., starting from rest)? c) What is the force exerted by the cable on the chandelier? 8 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 9 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 [5.] A CSI team is called to investigate a car accident on University Ave. & Bird Rd. A sedan (car A) with mass m, moving west on Bird, collided with an SUV (car B) with mass 2m moving southwest on University (see figure). The skid marks show that, after the collision, in a direction forming an angle of 30 the two cars stuck together, moving with speed with respect to west Bird Rd. Write your results in terms of m and . Remember to check the dimensions/units for each answer.
a) Find the initial velocities and of the two cars. b) Find the initial kinetic energies of the two cars. c) How much mechanical energy, if any, was lost in the collision? Where did it go? 10 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3 November 17, 2010 11 Dr. Gundersen & Dr. Galeazzi PHY205 Test #3
EQUATION SHEET November 17, 2010 Vectors: 2D: cos , ; ; tan ; sin cos , sin . + R.H.R. for direction ; Linear motion: ; ; ; ; Constant acceleration: Relative velocity: Newton's Laws: Examples of forces: Work: Power: WorkEnergy Theorem: conservative forces: in general: examples: Momentum and impulse: Center of mass: Circular Motion: Uniform circular motion: Nonuniform circular motion: Rolling without slipping: Moment of inertia: Torque: Angular momentum: Work and energy: , or ; ; , or ; ;   ; ;  ; ; / / / ;
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