HW1 - PHYS 3202 Classical Mechanics II - Homework #1 Due at...

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PHYS 3202 Classical Mechanics II - Homework #1 Due at 12:05pm, Friday Jan 28, 2011 in the class In all homework solutions, quizzes, and final exam, please show inter- mediate steps of your calculations. Whenever appropriate, you may draw diagram(s) in your solutions. Problem 1 (10 points): Do Problem 9-11 of Thornton and Marion, 5th edition. Problem 2 (10 points): On a night Alice sits in front of her home at the beach. A bright moon is right above her head. Listening to the soothing sounds of the sea she thinks of the motion of the earth and the moon. Alice knows that the earth’s center is about 6400 kilometers below her feet, and the distance between the moon’s center and the earth’s center is about 380,000 kilometers at the moment. She also knows that the earth is 81.3 times as massive as the moon. Is the center of mass of the earth-moon system above Alice’s head or below her feet? Haw far is it from her? Problem 3 (10 points): Where is the center of mass of a hemisphere with uniform
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