CHAPTER 6 WORK AND ENERGY
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION
The work done by F1 in moving the box through a
displacement s is W1 = ( F1 cos 0)s = F1s . The work done by F2 is W2 = (
CHAPTER
11 FLUIDS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
_ 1. REASONING AND SOLUTION A pile of empty aluminum cans has a volume of 1.0 m3. This volume includes the inner volume of each can which contains air. It also
CHAPTER
19 ELECTRIC POTENTIAL ENERGY
AND THE ELECTRIC POTENTIAL
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The work done in moving a charge q0 from A to B is given by Equation 19.4: WAB = q0
CHAPTER 7 IMPULSE AND MOMENTUM
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The linear momentum p of an object is the product of its mass and its velocity. Since the automobiles are identical, t
CHAPTER 5 DYNAMICS OF UNIFORM
CIRCULAR MOTION
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The car will accelerate if its velocity changes in magnitude, in direction, or both. If a car is trave
CHAPTER 15 THERMODYNAMICS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
SSM REASONING AND SOLUTION The plunger of a bicycle tire pump is pushed down rapidly with the end of the pump sealed so that no air escapes. Since
CHAPTER 8
ROTATIONAL KINEMATICS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The figures below show two axes in the plane of the paper and located so that the points B and C move in circular p
CHAPTER
13 THE TRANSFER OF HEAT
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION Convection is the process in which heat is carried from one place to another by the bulk movement of the medium. In
CHAPTER 4 FORCES AND NEWTON'S LAWS
OF MOTION
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION When the car comes to a sudden halt, the upper part of the body continues forward (as predicted by Newt
CHAPTER
9 ROTATIONAL DYNAMICS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The magnitude of the torque produced by a force F is given by the magnitude of the force times the lever arm. When a
CHAPTER
10 SIMPLE HARMONIC MOTION AND
ELASTICITY
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION A horizontal spring is attached to an immovable wall. Two people pull on the spring. They then det
CHAPTER 18 ELECTRIC FORCES AND
ELECTRIC FIELDS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION In Figure 18.8, the grounding wire is removed first, followed by the rod, and the sphere is left with
CHAPTER
17 THE PRINCIPLE OF
LINEAR SUPERPOSITION AND INTERFERENCE PHENOMENA
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The principle of linear superposition states that when two or more wave
CHAPTER 2 KINEMATICS IN
ONE DIMENSION
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1. REASONING AND SOLUTION The displacement of the honeybee for the trip is not the same as the distance traveled by the honeybee. As stat
CHAPTER 3 KINEMATICS IN TWO DIMENSIONS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION In addition to the x and y axes, the z axis would be required to completely describe motion in three dimension
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION AND
MATHEMATICAL CONCEPTS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The units of the ratio x/v are
The quantity tan is dimensionless and has no units.
m s =s =m (m
CHAPTER 16 WAVES AND SOUND
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION As Figure 16.4 shows, in a water wave, the wave motion of the water includes both transverse and longitudinal components.
CHAPTER 14 THE IDEAL GAS LAW
AND KINETIC THEORY
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION a. Avogadro's number NA is the number of particles per mole of substance. Therefore, one mole of hyd
612 TEMPERATURE AND HEAT
CHAPTER
12 TEMPERATURE AND HEAT
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION The length L0 of the tape rule changes by an amount L when its temperature changes by an
CHAPTER 20 ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
CONCEPTUAL QUESTIONS
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1.
REASONING AND SOLUTION a. When S1 is set to position A, current can flow from the generator only along the path that requires S2 to be set to p