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PTS:1DIF:EasyExhibit 10-3The graph below shows a plot of angular velocity in rad/s versus time in s fromt= 0 s tot= 7 s.Use this exhibit to answer the following question(s).68.Refer to Exhibit 10-3. The change in angular position,Dq, during the 7-second period isa.21 rad, CW.b.21 rad, CCW.c.30 rad, CW.d.30 rad, CCW.e.39 rad, CCW.ANS: DPTS:1DIF:Easy
69.Refer to Exhibit 10-3. The angular position,q, att= 0 s is 3.0 rad, clockwise. The angular position,att= 7 s isq,
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70.The graph below shows a plot of angular acceleration in rad/s2versus time fromt= 0 s tot= 8 s. Thechange in angular velocity,Dw, during this 8-second period isPTS:2DIF:Average
71.When a wheel is rolling without slipping, the magnitude of its velocity relative to the ground isgreatest atPTS:1DIF:Easy
72.The graph below shows a plot of angular acceleration in rad/s2versus time fromt= 0 s tot= 8 s. Theangular velocity att= 0 s is, CCW. The angular velocity,w, att= 8 s is
a., CW.b., CCW.c., CW.d., CCW.e., CW.ANS: APTS:2DIF:Average
73.A rigid rod of lengthlrotates about an axis perpendicular to the rod, with one end of the rod fixed tothe axis. Which of the following are equal at all points on the rod?I.the angular positionII.the angular velocityIII.the angular accelerationIV.the centripetal accelerationV.the tangential accelerationPTS:1DIF:Easy
74.When the sum of the external forces and the sum of the external torques on a body are both zero, wecan conclude that

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