Suppose a child gets off a rotating merry-go-round. Does the angular velocity of the merry-go-round increase, decrease, or remain the same if: (a) He jumps off radially? (b) He jumps backward to land motionless? (c) He jumps straight up and hangs onto an overhead tree branch? (d) He jumps off forward, tangential to the edge? Explain your answers. (Refer to Figure 10.34).
IowaNH New campaigning styles decrease the importance of winning Iowa and New Hampshire Michael C. Bender, Jan 25/16 “Trump Upends New Hampshire Tradition of Retail Politics” http://www.bloomberg.com/politics/articles/2016-01-25/trump-upends-new- hampshire-tradition-of-retail-politics In one of the many jokes about New Hampshire that U.S. Senator John McCain likes to tell, one voter asks another for thoughts about a presidential candidate. “I don’t know,” the second voter says. “I’ve only met him twice.” “That's been the reality of winning a primary in New Hampshire,” McCain said about the joke in an interview. “Up until this campaign, they want to have contact with the candidate.” What's new this campaign, of course, is Donald Trump, who has eschewed the state's traditional political customs, which often require a candidate to grind through months of meeting voters one-on-one at house parties and town hall meetings. Instead, the billionaire remains perched atop state polls with a campaign strategy that has relied on cable news coverage and the candidate's entertaining monologues at well- attended rallies. “New Hampshire folks have to be concerned about that,” New Jersey Governor Chris Christie, a Republican presidential candidate, said in an interview after a campaign event on Thursday in Boscawen, New Hampshire. “If they reward a candidate who flies in here, does a rally, and signs some hats and leaves—you can do that in any state. It doesn’t have to be here.” Christie, Ohio Governor John Kasich, and former Florida Governor Jeb Bush