- REVIEW 1.R1-1: Rl-1. An automobile is traveling with a constant speed along a hori...
- REVIEW 1.R1-2: R1-2. Block B rests on a smooth surface. If the coefficients of fri...
- REVIEW 1.R1-3: Rl-3. The small 2-lb collar starling from rest at A slides down alo...
- REVIEW 1.R1-4: Rl-4. The automobile travels from a parking deck down along a cylin...
- REVIEW 1.R1-5: Rl-5, A rifle has a mass of 2.5 kg. If it is loosely gripped and a ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-6: Rl-6. If a 150-lb crate is released from rest at A. determine its s...
- REVIEW 1.R1-7: Rl-7. The van is traveling at 20 km/h when a coupling of the traile...
- REVIEW 1.R1-8: *Rl-8. The position of a particle along a straight line is given by...
- REVIEW 1.R1-9: Rl-9. The spool, which has a mass of 4 kg. slides along the rotatin...
- REVIEW 1.R1-10: Rl-10. Packages having a mass of 6 kg slide down a smooth chute and...
- REVIEW 1.R1-11: Rl-11. A 20-kg block is originally at rest on a horizontal surface ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-12: *R1-12. The 6-lb ball is fired from a tube by a spring having a sti...
- REVIEW 1.R1-13: Rl-13. A train car. having a mass of 25 Mg, travels up a 10 incline...
- REVIEW 1.R1-14: R1-I4. The rocket sled has a mass of 4 Mg and travels from rest alo...
- REVIEW 1.R1-15: Rl-15. A projectile, initially at the origin, moves vertically down...
- REVIEW 1.R1-16: :i:Rl-16. The chain has a mass of 3 kg/m. If the coefficient of kin...
- REVIEW 1.R1-17: RL-I7. The motor M pulls in its attached rope with an acceleration ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-18: Rl-18. The drinking fountain is designed such that the nozzle is lo...
- REVIEW 1.R1-19: Rl-19. The 100-kg crate is subjected to the action of two forces. F...
- REVIEW 1.R1-20: *Rl-20. If a particle has an initial velocity v0 = 12 ft/s to the r...
- REVIEW 1.R1-21: Rl-21. The ping-pong ball has a mass of 2 g. If it is struck with t...
- REVIEW 1.R1-22: Rl-22. A sports car can accelerate at 6 m/s2 and decelerate at 8 m/...
- REVIEW 1.R1-23: RI-23. A 2-kg particle rests on a smooth horizontal plane and is ac...
- REVIEW 1.R1-24: *Rl-24. A skier starts from rest at A (30 ft,0) and descends the sm...
- REVIEW 1.R1-25: Rl-25. The 20-lb block B rests on the surface of a table for which ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-26: Rl-26. At a given instant the 10-lb block A is moving downward with...
- REVIEW 1.R1-27: Rl-27. Two smooth billiard balls A and B have an equal mass of m = ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-28: *Rl-28. A crate has a weight of 1500 lb. If it is pulled along the ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-29: Rl-29. The collar of negligible size has a mass of 0.25 kg and is a...
- REVIEW 1.R1-30: Rl-30. Determine the tension developed in the two cords and the acc...
- REVIEW 1.R1-31: Rl-31. The baggage truck A has a mass of 800 kg and is used to pull...
- REVIEW 1.R1-32: *Rl-32. The baggage truck A has a mass of 800 kg and is used to pul...
- REVIEW 1.R1-33: Rl-33. Packages having a mass of 2.5 kg ride on the surface of the ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-34: Rl-34. A particle travels in a straight line such that for a short ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-35: Rl-35. The blocks A and B weigh 10 and 30 lb, respectively. They ar...
- REVIEW 1.R1-36: *Rl-36. A motorcycle starts from rest at t = 0 and travels along a ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-37: Rl-37. The 5-lb ball, attached to the cord, is struck by the boy. D...
- REVIEW 1.R1-38: Rl-38. A projectile, initially at the origin, moves along a straigh...
- REVIEW 1.R1-39: Rl-39. A particle travels along a straight line with a velocity v =...
- REVIEW 1.R1-40: *Rl-40. A particle is moving along a circular path of 2-m radius su...
- REVIEW 1.R1-41: Rl-41. If the end of the cable at A is pulled down with a speed of ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-42: R1-42. The bottle rests at a distance of 3 ft from the center of th...
- REVIEW 1.R1-43: Rl-43. Work Prob. Rl-42 assuming that the platform starts rotating ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-44: *Rl-44. A 3-lb block, initially at rest at point A, slides along th...
- REVIEW 1.R1-45: Rl-45. A car starts from rest and moves along a straight line with ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-46: Rl-46. A particle travels along a curve defined by the equation .v ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-47: Rl-47. The crate, having a weight of 50 lb, is hoisted by the pulle...
- REVIEW 1.R1-48: *Rl-48. The block has a mass of 0.5 kg and moves within the smooth ...
- REVIEW 1.R1-49: Rl-49. A ball having a mass of 200 g is released from rest at a hei...
- REVIEW 1.R1-50: Rl-50. Determine the speed of block B if the end of the cable at C ...

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