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CHAPTER
16
Waves
Concepts
in
Context
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
At water parks, engineers have developed wave pools like this one, where
water waves
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CHAPTER
2
Motion along a
Straight Line
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
2.1
Average Speed
2.2
Average Velocity for Motion
along a Straight Line
2.3
Instanta
CHAPTER 4
MOTION IN TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONS
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4-1.
(a) Total displacement is (3.2 + 2.6)
CHAPTER 1
SPACE, TIME, AND MASS
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1-1.
Assume a height of 5 ft 10 in. Then, 510 = 70 in =
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CHAPTER
Rotation of a
Rigid Body
Concepts
in
Context
12
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
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CHAPTER
13
Dynamics of a
Rigid Body
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
13.1 Work, Energy, and Power in
Rotational Motion; Torque
13.2 The Equation of Rotation
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CHAPTER
10
Systems of Particles
Concepts
in
Context
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
While this high jumper is passing over the bar, he bends backward
CHAPTER
9
Gravitation
Concepts
in
Context
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
Hundreds of artificial satellites have been placed in orbit around the Earth,
such as this Syncom communications satellite shown just after launch
from the Space Shuttle.
With the concepts we w
CHAPTER
Conser vation
of Energy
Concepts
in
Context
8
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
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of the hydroelectric pumped-storage plant on Brown Mountain in New
York State. When full, the upper res
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CHAPTER
Further Applications
of Newtons Laws
Concepts
in
Context
6
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
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CHAPTER
7
Work and Energy
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
7.1
Work
7.2
Work for a Variable Force
7.3
Kinetic Energy
7.4
Gravitational Potential
Ener
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CHAPTER
5
Newtons Laws
of Motion
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
5.1
Newtons First Law
5.2
Newtons Second Law
5.3
The Combination of Forces
5.4
Weig
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CHAPTER
1
Space, Time,
and Mass
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
1.1
Coordinates and
Reference Frames
1.2
The Unit of Length
1.3
The Unit of Time
1.4
The Uni
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CHAPTER
4
Motion in Two and
Three Dimensions
CONCEPTS IN CONTEXT
4.1
Components of Velocity
and Acceleration
4.2
The Velocity and
Acc
CHAPTER 2
MOTION ALONG A STRAIGHT LINE
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2-1.
2-2.
2-3.
distance
30
=
= 0.3 s
100
speed
d
CHAPTER 6
FURTHER APPLICATIONS OF NEWTON'S LAW
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6-1.
Pull = nPEgyption, where n = number
CHAPTER 12
ROTATION OF A RIGID BODY
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12-1.
=
d
2
=
= 1.7 103 rad/s.
dt 60 60 s
Therefore
CHAPTER 16
WAVES
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16-1.
f =
v
f violet =
3.0 108 m/s
= 7.5 1014 Hz
4.0 107 m
3.0 108 m/
CHAPTER 15
OSCILLATIONS
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15-1.
(a) A = 3.0 m.
angular frequency = 2.0 rad/sec,
2
1
=
= H
CHAPTER 14
STATICS AND ELASTICITY
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14-1.
Three forces act in the rope-bucket system show
CHAPTER 13
DYNAMICS OF A RIGID BODY
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13-1.
The crane boom of the crane makes an angle wi
CHAPTER 11
COLLISIONS
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11-1.
F=
p
t
Hits the water with velocity (positive up) v = 2gh =
CHAPTER 3
VECTORS
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3-1.
RGP = RGA + RAP
= 10.2 x + 5.9 y
| RGP | =
(10.2) 2 + (5.9) 2
=
CHAPTER 10
SYSTEMS OF PARTICLES
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10-1.
No directions are given in the problem, so well o
CHAPTER 8
CONSERVATION OF ENERGY
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kx 2
x=
2
2U
=
k
2(100 J)
= 0.076 m (7.6 cm) .
3.5 104
CHAPTER 9
GRAVITATION
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9-1.
9-2.
9-3.
F = GMm/r2
= 6.67 1011 Nm2/kg2 7 108 kg 7 108 kg/(
CHAPTER 7
WORK AND ENERGY
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7-1.
7-2.
7-3.
7-4.
7-5.
The work done by a force F is W = Fs
CHAPTER 5
NEWTONS LAWS OF MOTION
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1kg
= 442 kg.
2.205 lb
5-1.
m = 975 lb
5-2.
matom = m