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Why is the following situation impossible A mischievous

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Why is the following situation impossible? A mischievous child goes to an amusement park with his family. On one ride, after a severe scolding from his mother, he slips out of his seat and climbs to the top of the rides structure, which is shaped like a cone with its axis vertical and its sloped sides making an angle of u 5 20.08 with the horizontal as shown in Figure P6.46. This part of the structure rotates about the vertical central axis when the ride operates. The child sits on the sloped surface at a point d 5 5.32 m down the sloped side from the center of the cone and pouts. The coefficient of static friction between the boy and the cone is 0.700. The ride operator does not notice that the child has slipped away from his seat and so continues to operate the ride. As a result, the sitting, pouting boy rotates in a circular path at a speed of 3.75 m/s.

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Week 4 Tuesday, September 13, 2016 10:45 AM E field of nonconducting infinite plane sheet of charge: Pos charge per unit area Symm analysis: Made up of infinite number of point charges Field must be perpendicular to sheet Field is directed towards or away from sheet For cylindrical gaussian surface: Flux thru ends is EA , no field thru curved part of surface Field is away from sheet Find field above/belowsheet with uniform negative charge per unit area (cylindrical) Same as above: sum top bottom and side. But E will be negative in bottom equation bc field is pointing towards sheet Parallel Plate Capacitor- plates of neg and pos charge w same c

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Textbook: Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics
Edition: 9
Author: Raymond A. Serway John W. Jewett
ISBN: 9781133954057

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