Solution for Open-Response Homework 14 Force problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 14.1(Practice test for homework)
Problem: Please make sure you got all of the questions right on the practice test. It was the best way to
prepare for the exa
Solution for Open-Response Homework 26 Periodic Motion problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 26.1(Write the Equations of Motion
for a SHO)
Problem: Consider a simple harmonic oscillator with amplitude 5m and angular frequency 3 s1 . At t = 0
Solution for Multiple-Choice Homework 22 Gravitation I
Solution to Multiple-Choice Homework Problem 22.1(Gravity is an Attractive Force )
Problem:
Gravity can be an attractive or repulsive force, depending on the coordinate system you use to evaluate it.
Solution for Multiple-Choice Homework 19 Motion in a Circle II
Solution to Multiple-Choice Homework Problem 19.1(Calculate Angular Momentum)
Problem:
An object with moment of inertia 3kgm2 has angular velocity 9s1 . What is the angular momentum of the
obj
Solution for On-Line Homework 26 Waves I
Solution to On-Line Homework Problem 26.1(Motion of a Transverse Wave)
Problem:
What best describes the motion of the particles in the medium for a transverse wave?
Select One of the Following:
(a) In a transverse
Solution for On-Line Homework 22 Gravitation I
Solution to On-Line Homework Problem 22.1(Why do Planets Orbit Stars)
Problem:
Why do planets orbit the sun in nearly circular orbits
instead of moving in straight lines?
Select One of the Following:
(1-Answe
Solution for Multiple-Choice Homework 6 Energy I
Solution to Multiple-Choice Homework Problem 6.1(Elastic Collisions are Reversible )
Problem:
Ideally, what type of collision is reversible?
Select One of the Following:
(a) Totally inelastic
(b) Inelastic
Solution for Open-Response Homework 5 Accelerated Motion Problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 5.1(Motion Diagrams)
Problem: For the motion described, graph the position vs. time, velocity vs. time, and acceleration vs. time,
on the grids pr
Solution for Open-Response Homework 3 Motion problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 3.1(Calculate Distance, Displacement,
Speed, and Velocity)
Problem: Call moms initial position the origin. Her daughter is then standing at x = 2m. At t = 5s
Solution for Open-Response Homework 8 Energy problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 8.1
Problem: Turn in again the practice test, only now make sure all your answers are correct. Dont just copy
them from the posted solutions! Rather, make the
Solution for Open-Response Homework 6 Acceleration, Inertia, Momentum
problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 6.1(Three Bodies, Pure p)
Problem: Two objects, m1 = 1kg and m2 = 2kg, collide and permanently stick together. After this, they
bounc
Solution for Open-Response Homework 12 Interactions problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 12.1
Problem:
On a very slick sled, you slide down (from rest) an icy hill (30m high) and slide up another icy hill 10m high.
The curve from the bottom
Solution for Open-Response Homework 14 Force problems
Open-Response Homework Problem 14.1 This was the practice test for the second exam, and the solutions
have been posted separately.
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 14.2
Problem: An alien of m
Solution for Open-Response Homework 16 Work problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 16.1
Problem: A monkey is tossing fruit from a tree and trying to hit a rock below. The monkey tosses the fruit
either straight up or straight down. On one tos
Solution for Open-Response Homework 18 Reference Frames problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 18.1
Problem: A 2 kg block is initially at rest at the top of a 35 incline, and is then allowed to slide down the
incline. The coecient of kinetic
Solution for Practice Test 8 for Test 4
Solution to Practice Test Problem 8.1(careful three laws)
Problem: There are three qualitatively different statements of the second law of thermodynamics. In your own
words, cafefully explain each of the three.
Solu