Solutions to Multiple-Choice Homework 2: Position, Displacement, and Velocity
Problem 1:
For the next three questions, consider Example 2.7 in your textbook, only with the following change: let point
Solution for Open-Response Homework 3 Motion problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 3.1(Random and Systematic Error)
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in
Solution for On-Line Homework 4 Acceleration II, Inertia I
Solution to On-Line Homework Problem 4.1(Galileo's Experiments)
Problem: What is the magnitude of the acceleration of an object sliding down
Solution for Open-Response Homework 7: Practice Test For Exam 1
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 7.1
Problem: You manage to make one last trip to the water park before the water gets too col
Solution for Long-answer Homework 3 Motion Problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Scalar vs Vector)
Problem: Explain the difference between scalar and vector quantities. Using your expl
Solutions to Multiple-Choice Homework 3: Acceleration, part 1
Problem 1:
Figure 3.1 in the textbook illustrates three possible scenarios for a car in motion whose velocity is changing.
There is logica
Solution for Long-answer Homework 3 Motion problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Position/Displacement)
Problem: A cruise ship sails from the Bahamas due West at 60 mph. After it sails
Long Answer Homework 4 Motion Solution (Chapter 3) Assignment Due: Thursday 21 May 17, 2009 3.1) You drive an old car on a level highway at 45 miles/h for 10 miles, then the car stalls. You leave the
Solution for Practice Test 1 for Test 1
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Let's think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)Given the theoretic
Solution for Long-answer Homework 6 Inertia and Momentum problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 6.1()
Problem: How does friction between a stationary surface and an object moving with respe
Solution for Open-Response Homework 8 Energy problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 8.1(Practice test for homework)
Problem: Please make sure you got all of the questions right on the pra
Solution for Long-answer Homework 3 Motion problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Let's think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)Given t
Solution for Long-answer Homework 3 Motion problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Let's think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)Given t
Solutions to Multiple-Choice Homework 5: Momentum
Problem 1:
Consider the system of two carts shown in Figure 4.19(c) in your book. Which of the following is true?
Solution
(c) Considering each cart a
Solution for Long-answer Homework 6 Inertia and Momentum problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 6.1()
Problem: What are the physical properties that determine an object's inertia? Solution
Multiple-Choice Homework 5: Momentum
Problem 1:
Consider the system of two carts shown in Figure 4.19(c) in your book. Which of the following is true?
Select One of the Following:
(a) Considering each
Solution for Practice Test 6 for Test 3
Solution to Practice Test Problem 6.1()
Problem: An airplane is travelling at 100 m at a height of 200m, and drops a relief package to refugees below, s but the
Solution for Open-Response Homework 10 Reference Frames problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 10.1(Kevins Relative Velocity )
Problem: This question will demonstrate how knowledge of phy
Multiple-Choice Homework 3: Acceleration, part 1
Problem 1:
Figure 3.1 in the textbook illustrates three possible scenarios for a car in motion whose velocity is changing.
There is logically a fourth
Multiple-Choice Homework 4: Acceleration, part 2; Inertia
Problem 1:
An object is sliding without friction down an inclined plane that makes an angle of 30 degrees with the
horizontal. What is its acc
Solution for Long-answer Homework 10 Reference Frames problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 10.1(Indy-Comprehensive Inelastic Collision)
Problem: Indiana Jones is in a 1000kg train car coa
Solution for Practice Test 2 for Test 1
Solution to Practice Test Problem 2.1(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)Given the theoretical line
Multiple-Choice Homework 9: Reference Frames
Problem 1:
positive.
In checkpoint 6.9, what is the velocity of the spider relative to the train? Take northwards to be
Select One of the Following:
(a) 4.
Solution for Long-answer Homework 4 Motion problems, including some uniform acceleration
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 4.1(null)
Problem: You are babysitting a restless baby and decide to t
Solution for Open-Response Homework 12 Interactions problems
Solution to Open-Response Homework Problem 12.1(Bouning ball energy loss)
Problem: A 12g bouncy ball is dropped from a height of 9m and los
Multiple-Choice Homework 8: Energy, relative motion
Problem 1: What was the energy contained initially in the spring responsible for the explosive separation
illustrated in figure 5.22(c)? Assume m1 =
Solution for Long-answer Homework 10 Reference Frames problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 10.1(Indy-Comprehensive Inelastic Collision)
Problem: Indiana Jones is in a 1000kg train car coa
Multiple-Choice Homework 9: Reference Frames
Problem 1:
positive.
In checkpoint 6.9, what is the velocity of the spider relative to the train? Take northwards to be
Solution
(d) 0.7 m/s
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Chapter 10
Study Guide for Motion in a Plane
10.1
Straight is a relative term
Skill 10.1 Understand the theory behind decomposition of motion
As we saw in in earlier chapters, our choice of reference