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 a frictionless surface that is inclined 37 with r
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 car and continue walking to your friends housewhic
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 lab.
(a)Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how
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 theoretical line below, sketch in how you would expect the
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 respect to the surface aect the velocity of the object
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 physics can keep you from doing something harmful
and stup
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 the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would
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 below, sketch in how you would expect the data to
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 the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would
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 for 4 hours, it turns around and sails due East f
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 coasting at 15 m . The bad guys chasing him are in a
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 coasting at 15 m . The bad guys chasing him are in a
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 take him out of the house for a walk in his strolle
Solution for Long-answer Homework 14 Force problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 14.1(Force Pairs)
Problem: You are seated in a small airplane. The child sitting next to you had been getting a bit loud, so you are letting him sit in your
Solution for Long-answer Homework 3 Motion problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would
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 loses 12% of its kinetic energy upon impact
each time it b
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 parachute attached to the package fails to open.
Solution for Practice Test 1 for Test 1
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 3.1(Motion diagrams)
Problem: Lets think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would expect the d
Solution for Long-answer Homework 22 Torque and rolling motion problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 22.1()
Problem: Consider an object undergoing uniform circular motion, at constant speed v and radius r. In the following questions, "car
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Practice Test 7 for Test 4
Assignment Due:Wednesday 4-30-2008 Practice Test Problem 7.1 In the intensive care unit at Arlington Memorial Hospital, the television sets are set in recessed areas high up the wall. Periodically, the 60 k
Solution for Multiple-Choice Homework 14 Work I
Solution to Multiple-Choice Homework Problem 14.1(Work by force if no change in
energy-depends)
Problem:
Can an external force do work on a system if the total energy of the system remains constant throughou
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Practice Test 1 for Test 1
Assignment Due:Wednesday 2-6-2008 Practice Test Problem 1.1 Let's think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)[11 pt(s) ]Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would expect
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Practice Test 2 for Test 1
Practice Test Problem 2.1 Let's think back to some of the data analysis we have done in lab. (a)[11 pt(s) ]Given the theoretical line below, sketch in how you would expect the data to look for 10 data point
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 take him out of the house for a walk in his strolle
Solution for Long-answer Homework 24 Gravitation Problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 24.1()
Problem: We often use U = mgy to approximate the change in gravitational potential energy of an object m close to the surface of the earth, with
Solution for Homework 17 Motion in a Plane I, Work problems
Solution to Homework Problem 17.1()
Problem: Can potential energy be associated between two elements if both are not within a system? Why or why not? Solution No. Potential energy always ref
Solution for Long-answer Homework 5 Inertia II, inclined plane problem
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 5.1(Acceleration from graph)
Problem: For the following velocity graph, velocity is in m/s and time is in s. For the interval t = 2s to t
Solution for Long-answer Homework 16 Work problems
Solution to Long-answer Homework Problem 16.1(Lizard Acceleration.)
Problem: A lizard jumps, pushing with its legs against the ground. (a)Assume the lizard's inertia is 0.05kg. Its center of mass sta
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 take him out of the house for a walk in his strolle
Solution for Homework 19 Motion in a Circle I, Motion in a Plane problems
Solution to Homework Problem 19.1()
Problem: Explain why an object in two-dimensional frictionless projectile motion follows a parabolic trajectory. Solution In general, two-di
Solution for Practice Test 3 for Test 2
Solution to Practice Test Problem 3.1(Two Bird Collision with Energy)
Problem: Two snow petrels are playing on an icy pond (you know eventually they are going to run into each
other, right?). Below is an x t graph o
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 possibility not shown in the figure. What is it, and wh
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 = 1 kg and m2 = 3 kg.
Select One of the Following:
(a) 0
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 acceleration? (By this we mean the component of its accele
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 cart as a separate system, its motion shows no evidenc