- 3.3/1: The 50-kg crate is projected along the fl oor with aninitial speed ...
- 3.3/2: The 50-kg crate is stationary when the force P isapplied. Determine...
- 3.3/3: At a certain instant, the 80-lb crate has a velocityof 30 ft /sec u...
- 3.3/4: A man pulls himself up the 15 incline by themethod shown. If the co...
- 3.3/5: The 10-Mg truck hauls the 20-Mg trailer. If the unitstarts from res...
- 3.3/6: A 60-kg woman holds a 9-kg package as she standswithin an elevator ...
- 3.3/7: During a brake test, the rear-engine car is stoppedfrom an initial ...
- 3.3/8: A skier starts from rest on the 40 slope at time t =0 and is clocke...
- 3.3/9: The inexperienced driver of an all-wheel-drive carapplies too much ...
- 3.3/10: Determine the steady-state angle if the constantforce P is applied ...
- 3.3/11: The 300-Mg jet airliner has three engines, each ofwhich produces a ...
- 3.3/12: For a given horizontal force P, determine the normalreaction forces...
- 3.3/13: The system of the previous problem is now placedon the 15 incline. ...
- 3.3/14: The 750,000-lb jetliner A has four engines, each ofwhich produces a...
- 3.3/15: The drive system of the 350-ton tugboat causes anexternal thrust P ...
- 3.3/16: Determine the tension P in the cable which will givethe 100-lb bloc...
- 3.3/17: A cesium-ion engine for deep-space propulsion is designedto produce...
- 3.3/18: A toy train has magnetic couplers whose maximumattractive force is ...
- 3.3/19: A worker develops a tension T in the cable as heattempts to move th...
- 3.3/20: The wheeled cart of Prob. 3 /19 is now replacedwith a 50-kg sliding...
- 3.3/21: A small package is deposited by the conveyor beltonto the 30 ramp a...
- 3.3/22: A bicyclist fi nds that she descends the slope 1 =3 at a certain co...
- 3.3/23: The 5-oz pinewood-derby car is released from restat the starting li...
- 3.3/24: The coeffi cient of static friction between the fl at bedof the tru...
- 3.3/25: If the truck of Prob. 3/24 comes to a stop from aninitial forward s...
- 3.3/26: The winch takes in cable at the rate of 200 mm /s,and this rate is ...
- 3.3/27: Determine the vertical acceleration of the 60-lbcylinder for each o...
- 3.3/28: Determine the weight of cylinder B which wouldcause block A to acce...
- 3.3/29: A player pitches a baseball horizontally toward aspeed-sensing rada...
- 3.3/30: If the rider presses on the pedal with a force P =160 N as shown, d...
- 3.3/31: The rack has a mass m = 50 kg. What moment Mmust be exerted on the ...
- 3.3/32: A jet airplane with a mass of 5 Mg has a touchdownspeed of 300 km /...
- 3.3/33: During its fi nal approach to the runway, the aircraftspeed is redu...
- 3.3/34: A heavy chain with a mass per unit length ispulled by the constant ...
- 3.3/35: The sliders A and B are connected by a light rigidbar of length l =...
- 3.3/36: The spring of constant k = 200 N/ m is attached to boththe support ...
- 3.3/37: The 4-lb collar is released from rest against thelight elastic spri...
- 3.3/38: Two confi gurations for raising an elevator areshown. Elevator A wi...
- 3.3/39: Determine the range of applied force P over whichthe block of mass ...
- 3.3/40: A spring-loaded device imparts an initial verticalvelocity of 50 m ...
- 3.3/41: The sliders A and B are connected by a light rigidbar and move with...
- 3.3/42: The design of a lunar mission calls for a 1200-kgspacecraft to lift...
- 3.3/43: The system is released from rest in the confi gurationshown at time...
- 3.3/44: The system of Prob. 3 /43 is reconsidered here, onlynow the interfa...
- 3.3/45: The rod of the fi xed hydraulic cylinder is moving tothe left with ...
- 3.3/46: Two iron spheres, each of which is 100 mm in diameter,are released ...
- 3.3/47: The small 2-kg block A slides down the curved pathand passes the lo...
- 3.3/48: If the 2-kg block passes over the top B of the circularportion of t...
- 3.3/49: The particle of mass m is attached to the light rigidrod, and the a...
- 3.3/50: If the 180-lb ski-jumper attains a speed of 80 ft /secas he approac...
- 3.3/51: The 4-oz slider has a speed v = 3 ft /sec as it passespoint A of th...
- 3.3/52: A jet transport plane fl ies in the trajectory shown inorder to all...
- 3.3/53: In the design of a space station to operate outsidethe earths gravi...
- 3.3/54: Determine the speed which the 630-kg four-manbobsled must have in o...
- 3.3/55: The hollow tube is pivoted about a horizontalaxis through point O a...
- 3.3/56: A Formula-1 car encounters a hump which has acircular shape with sm...
- 3.3/57: The small spheres are free to move on the innersurface of the rotat...
- 3.3/58: A 180-lb snowboarder has speed v = 15 ft /sec whenin the position s...
- 3.3/59: A child twirls a small 50-g ball attached to the endof a 1-m string...
- 3.3/60: A small object A is held against the vertical sideof the rotating c...
- 3.3/61: The standard test to determine the maximum lateralacceleration of a...
- 3.3/62: The car of Prob. 3 /61 is traveling at 25 mi / hr whenthe driver ap...
- 3.3/63: The fl atbed truck carries a large section of circularpipe secured ...
- 3.3/64: The particle of mass m = 0.2 kg travels with constantspeed v in a c...
- 3.3/65: Calculate the necessary rotational speed N for theaerial ride in an...
- 3.3/66: A 0.2-kg particle P is constrained to move alongthe vertical-plane ...
- 3.3/67: Repeat the previous problem, only now the slottedarm is rotating wi...
- 3.3/68: At the instant under consideration, the cable attachedto the cart o...
- 3.3/69: The hollow tube assembly rotates about a verticalaxis with angular ...
- 3.3/70: The slotted arm OA rotates about a fi xed axisthrough O. At the ins...
- 3.3/71: The confi guration of Prob. 3 / 70 is now modifi ed asshown in the ...
- 3.3/72: Determine the altitude h (in kilometers) above thesurface of the ea...
- 3.3/73: The quarter-circular slotted arm OA is rotatingabout a horizontal a...
- 3.3/74: A 2-kg sphere S is being moved in a vertical planeby a robotic arm....
- 3.3/75: The cars of an amusement park ride have a speedvA = 22 m /s at A an...
- 3.3/76: The rocket moves in a vertical plane and is beingpropelled by a thr...
- 3.3/77: The robot arm is elevating and extending simultaneously.At a given ...
- 3.3/78: The 0.1-lb projectile A is subjected to a dragforce of magnitude kv...
- 3.3/79: The 0.1-lb projectile A is subjected to a dragforce of magnitude kv...
- 3.3/80: The small object is placed on the inner surface ofthe conical dish ...
- 3.3/81: The small object of mass m is placed on the rotatingconical surface...
- 3.3/82: The spring-mounted 0.8-kg collar A oscillates alongthe horizontal r...
- 3.3/83: The slotted arm revolves in the horizontal planeabout the fi xed ve...
- 3.3/84: Beginning from rest when = 20, a 35-kg childslides with negligible ...
- 3.3/85: A small coin is placed on the horizontal surface ofthe rotating dis...
- 3.3/86: The rotating drum of a clothes dryer is shown inthe fi gure. Determ...
- 3.3/87: The disk spins about the fi xed axis BB, which is inclinedat the an...
- 3.3/88: The particle P is released at time t = 0 from the positionr = r0 in...
- 3.3/89: Remove the assumption of smooth surfaces asstated in Prob. 3 /88 an...
- 3.3/90: A small vehicle enters the top A of the circular pathwith a horizon...
- 3.3/91: The spacecraft P is in the elliptical orbit shown. Atthe instant re...
- 3.3/92: The uniform slender rod of length L, mass m, andcross-sectional are...
- 3.3/93: A small object is released from rest at A and slideswith friction d...
- 3.3/94: The slotted arm OB rotates in a horizontal planeabout point O of th...
- 3.3/95: Each tire on the 1350-kg car can support a maximumfriction force pa...
- 3.3/96: A small collar of mass m is given an initial velocityof magnitude v...
- 3.3/97: The spring is unstretched at the position x = 0. Underthe action of...
- 3.3/98: The small cart has a speed vA = 4 m /s as it passespoint A. It move...
- 3.3/99: In the design of a spring bumper for a 3500-lb car, itis desired to...
- 3.3/100: The 2-kg collar is at rest in position A when theconstant force P i...
- 3.3/101: The 0.5-kg collar C starts from rest at A and slideswith negligible...
- 3.3/102: The small 0.1-kg slider enters the loop-the-loopwith a speed vA = 1...
- 3.3/103: The man and his bicycle together weigh 200 lb.What power P is the m...
- 3.3/104: The car is moving with a speed v0 = 65 mi / hr upthe 6-percent grad...
- 3.3/105: The small 0.2-kg slider is known to move fromposition A to position...
- 3.3/106: The 2-kg collar is released from rest at A andslides down the incli...
- 3.3/107: The 30-lb collar A is released from rest in theposition shown and s...
- 3.3/108: Each of the two systems is released from rest.Calculate the speed v...
- 3.3/109: Each of the two systems is released from rest. Calculatethe speed v...
- 3.3/110: The 0.8-kg collar travels with negligible frictionon the vertical r...
- 3.3/111: The system of the previous problem is rearrangedas shown. For what ...
- 3.3/112: The 120-lb woman jogs up the fl ight of stairs in5 seconds. Determi...
- 3.3/113: The 0.8-kg collar slides freely on the fi xed circularrod. Calculat...
- 3.3/114: The 4-kg ball and the attached light rod rotate inthe vertical plan...
- 3.3/115: The position vector of a particle is given by r =8ti + 1.2t2j 0.5(t...
- 3.3/116: An escalator handles a steady load of 30 peopleper minute in elevat...
- 3.3/117: A 3600-lb car travels up the 6-percent inclineshown. The car is sub...
- 3.3/118: The 15-lb cylindrical collar is released from restin the position s...
- 3.3/119: In the design of a conveyor-belt system, smallmetal blocks are disc...
- 3.3/120: The collar of mass m is released from rest whilein position A and s...
- 3.3/121: A nonlinear automobile spring is tested by havinga 150-lb cylinder ...
- 3.3/122: The motor unit A is used to elevate the 300-kgcylinder at a constan...
- 3.3/123: A 90-lb boy starts from rest at the bottom A of a10-percent incline...
- 3.3/124: A projectile is launched from the north pole withan initial vertica...
- 3.3/125: Two 425,000-lb locomotives pull fi fty 200,000-lbcoal hoppers. The ...
- 3.3/126: A car with a mass of 1500 kg starts from rest atthe bottom of a 10-...
- 3.3/127: The third stage of a rocket fi red vertically up overthe north pole...
- 3.3/128: The small slider of mass m is released from restwhile in position A...
- 3.3/129: In a railroad classifi cation yard, a 68-Mg freightcar moving at 0....
- 3.3/130: The system is released from rest with no slack inthe cable and with...
- 3.3/131: The system is released from rest with no slack inthe cable and with...
- 3.3/132: It is experimentally determined that the drivewheels of a car must ...
- 3.3/133: Once under way at a steady speed, the 1000-kgelevator A rises at th...
- 3.3/134: Calculate the horizontal velocity v with whichthe 48-lb carriage mu...
- 3.3/135: The 6-kg cylinder is released from rest in the positionshown and fa...
- 3.3/136: The nest of two springs is used to bring the0.5-kg plunger A to a s...
- 3.3/137: Extensive testing of an experimental 2000-lbautomobile reveals the ...
- 3.3/138: The vertical motion of the 50-lb block is controlledby the two forc...
- 3.3/139: The two particles of equal mass are joined by arod of negligible ma...
- 3.3/140: The 1.2-kg slider is released from rest in position Aand slides wit...
- 3.3/141: The 2-kg plunger is released from rest in the positionshown where t...
- 3.3/142: The system is released from rest with the springinitially stretched...
- 3.3/143: The 3-lb collar is released from rest at A and slidesfreely down th...
- 3.3/144: Determine the unstretched spring length whichwould cause the 3-lb c...
- 3.3/145: A bead with a mass of 0.25 kg is released from restat A and slides ...
- 3.3/146: The 0.8-kg particle is attached to the system oftwo light rigid bar...
- 3.3/147: The light rod is pivoted at O and carries the 8- and10-lb particles...
- 3.3/148: The two springs, each of stiffness k = 1.2 kN/m,are of equal length...
- 3.3/149: The particle of mass m = 1.2 kg is attached to theend of the light ...
- 3.3/150: The 10-kg collar slides on the smooth vertical rodand has a velocit...
- 3.3/151: The system is released from rest with the springinitially stretched...
- 3.3/152: The spring has an unstretched length of 25 in. Ifthe system is rele...
- 3.3/153: The two wheels consisting of hoops and spokesof negligible mass rot...
- 3.3/154: The slider of mass m is released from rest inposition A and slides ...
- 3.3/155: The two 1.5-kg spheres are released from rest andgently nudged outw...
- 3.3/156: In the design of an inside loop for an amusementparkride, it is des...
- 3.3/157: A rocket launches an unpowered space capsule atpoint A with an abso...
- 3.3/158: The projectile of Prob. 3 /124 is repeated here. Bythe method of th...
- 3.3/159: The small bodies A and B each of mass m are connectedand supported ...
- 3.3/160: Upon its return voyage from a space mission, thespacecraft has a ve...
- 3.3/161: A 175-lb pole vaulter carrying a uniform 16-ft,10-lb pole approache...
- 3.3/162: When the mechanism is released from rest inthe position where = 60,...
- 3.3/163: The cars of an amusement-park ride have a speedv1 = 90 km/h at the ...
- 3.3/164: A satellite is put into an elliptical orbit around theearth and has...
- 3.3/165: Calculate the maximum velocity of slider B if thesystem is released...
- 3.3/166: The system is initially moving with the cable taut,the 10-kg block ...
- 3.3/167: A spacecraft m is heading toward the center of themoon with a veloc...
- 3.3/168: When the 10-lb plunger is released from rest inits vertical guide a...
- 3.3/169: The system is released from rest with the angle = 90. Determine whe...
- 3.3/170: The system is at rest with the spring unstretchedwhen = 0. The 3-kg...
- 3.3/171: The 0.6-kg slider is released from rest at A andslides down the smo...
- 3.3/172: The two particles of mass m and 2m, respectively,are connected by a...
- 3.3/173: A 0.2-kg wad of clay is released from rest anddrops 2 m to a concre...
- 3.3/174: The two orbital maneuvering engines of the spaceshuttle develop 26 ...
- 3.3/175: A jet-propelled airplane with a mass of 10 Mg is fl yinghorizontall...
- 3.3/176: The velocity of a 1.2-kg particle is given by v =1.5t3i + (2.4 3t2)...
- 3.3/177: A 75-g projectile traveling at 600 m /s strikes andbecomes embedded...
- 3.3/178: A 60-g bullet is fi red horizontally with a velocityv1 = 600 m/s in...
- 3.3/179: Careful measurements made during the impact ofthe 200-g metal cylin...
- 3.3/180: A 0.25-kg particle is moving with a velocity v1 =2i + j k m /s at t...
- 3.3/181: The 90-kg man dives from the 40-kg canoe. Thevelocity indicated in ...
- 3.3/182: A 4-kg object, which is moving on a smooth horizontalsurface with a...
- 3.3/183: Crate A is traveling down the incline with a speedof 4 m /s when in...
- 3.3/184: The 15 200-kg lunar lander is descending onto themoons surface with...
- 3.3/185: A boy weighing 100 lb runs and jumps on his 20-lbsled with a horizo...
- 3.3/186: The snowboarder is traveling with a velocity of6 m /s as shown when...
- 3.3/187: The tow truck with attached 1200-kg car acceleratesuniformly from 3...
- 3.3/188: Car A weighing 3200 lb and traveling north at20 mi / hr collides wi...
- 3.3/189: A railroad car of mass m and initial speed v collideswith and becom...
- 3.3/190: The 600,000-lb jet airliner has a touchdown velocityv = 120 mi / hr...
- 3.3/191: The collar of mass m slides on the rough horizontalshaft under the ...
- 3.3/192: The 140-g projectile is fi red with a velocity of600 m /s and picks...
- 3.3/193: The third and fourth stages of a rocket arecoasting in space with a...
- 3.3/194: The initially stationary 20-kg block is subjectedto the time-varyin...
- 3.3/195: All elements of the previous problem remainunchanged, except that t...
- 3.3/196: The spring of modulus k = 200 N /m is compresseda distance of 300 m...
- 3.3/197: The pilot of a 90,000-lb airplane which is originallyfl ying horizo...
- 3.3/198: The space shuttle launches an 800-kg satellite byejecting it from t...
- 3.3/199: The hydraulic braking system for the truck andtrailer is set to pro...
- 3.3/200: The 100-lb block is stationary at time t = 0, andthen it is subject...
- 3.3/201: Car B is initially stationary and is struck by car Amoving with ini...
- 3.3/202: The 2.4-kg particle moves in the horizontal x-yplane and has the ve...
- 3.3/203: The 1.62-oz golf ball is struck by the fi ve-ironand acquires the v...
- 3.3/204: The ice-hockey puck with a mass of 0.20 kg hasa velocity of 12 m /s...
- 3.3/205: The baseball is traveling with a horizontal velocityof 85 mi / hr j...
- 3.3/206: A spacecraft in deep space is programmed to increaseits speed by a ...
- 3.3/207: The slider of mass m1 = 0.4 kg moves along thesmooth support surfac...
- 3.3/208: The 1.2-lb sphere is moving in the horizontal x-yplane with a veloc...
- 3.3/209: The ballistic pendulum is a simple device tomeasure projectile velo...
- 3.3/210: A tennis player strikes the tennis ball with herracket while the ba...
- 3.3/211: The 80-lb boy has taken a running jump from theupper surface and la...
- 3.3/212: The wad of clay A is projected as shown at the sameinstant that cyl...
- 3.3/213: The two mine cars of equal mass are connectedby a rope which is ini...
- 3.3/214: Two barges, each with a displacement (mass) of500 Mg, are loosely m...
- 3.3/215: Determine the magnitude HO of the angular momentumof the 2-kg spher...
- 3.3/216: At a certain instant, the particle of mass m has theposition and ve...
- 3.3/217: The 3-kg sphere moves in the x-y plane and hasthe indicated velocit...
- 3.3/218: The particle of mass m is gently nudged from theequilibrium positio...
- 3.3/219: The assembly starts from rest and reaches anangular speed of 150 re...
- 3.3/220: Just after launch from the earth, the space-shuttleorbiter is in th...
- 3.3/221: The rigid assembly which consists of light rodsand two 1.2-kg spher...
- 3.3/222: All conditions of the previous problem remain thesame, except now t...
- 3.3/223: The small particle of mass m and its restrainingcord are spinning w...
- 3.3/224: A particle with a mass of 4 kg has a position vectorin meters given...
- 3.3/225: The 6-kg sphere and 4-kg block (shown in section)are secured to the...
- 3.3/226: A 0.7-lb particle is located at the position r1 =2i + 3j + k ft and...
- 3.3/227: The two spheres of equal mass m are able to slidealong the horizont...
- 3.3/228: A particle of mass m moves with negligible frictionon a horizontal ...
- 3.3/229: The small spheres, which have the masses andinitial velocities show...
- 3.3/230: The particle of mass m is launched from point Owith a horizontal ve...
- 3.3/231: A wad of clay of mass m1 with an initial horizontalvelocity v1 hits...
- 3.3/232: A particle of mass m is released from rest in positionA and then sl...
- 3.3/233: At the point A of closest approach to the sun, acomet has a velocit...
- 3.3/234: A particle moves on the inside surface of a smoothconical shell and...
- 3.3/235: A pendulum consists of two 3.2-kg concentratedmasses positioned as ...
- 3.3/236: The central attractive force F on an earth satellitecan have no mom...
- 3.3/237: A particle is launched with a horizontal velocityv0 = 0.55 m /s fro...
- 3.3/238: The 0.4-lb ball and its supporting cord are revolvingabout the vert...
- 3.3/239: The 0.02-kg particle moves along the dashed trajectoryshown and has...
- 3.3/240: The assembly of two 5-kg spheres is rotating freelyabout the vertic...
- 3.3/241: As a check of the basketball before the start of agame, the referee...
- 3.3/242: Compute the fi nal velocities v1 and v2 after collisionof the two c...
- 3.3/243: Car B is initially stationary and is struck by car A,which is movin...
- 3.3/244: The sphere of mass m1 travels with an initial velocityv1 directed a...
- 3.3/245: A tennis ball is projected toward a smooth surfacewith speed v as s...
- 3.3/246: Determine the coeffi cient of restitution e for a steelball dropped...
- 3.3/247: Determine the value of the coeffi cient of restitutione for which t...
- 3.3/248: To pass inspection, steel balls designed for use inball bearings mu...
- 3.3/249: The cart of mass m1 = 3 kg is moving to the rightwith a speed v1 = ...
- 3.3/250: If the center of the ping-pong ball is to clear thenet as shown, at...
- 3.3/251: Two steel balls of the same diameter are connectedby a rigid bar of...
- 3.3/252: Freight car A of mass mA is rolling to the rightwhen it collides wi...
- 3.3/253: A small ball is projected horizontally toward anincline as shown. D...
- 3.3/254: A miniature-golf shot from position A to the holeD is to be accompl...
- 3.3/255: The pendulum is released from the 60 positionand then strikes the i...
- 3.3/256: A 0.1-kg meteor and a 1000-kg spacecraft have theindicated absolute...
- 3.3/257: In a pool game the cue ball A must strike the eightball in the posi...
- 3.3/258: Determine the coeffi cient of restitution e whichwill allow the bal...
- 3.3/259: Sphere A has a mass of 23 kg and a radius of75 mm, while sphere B h...
- 3.3/260: During a pregame warmup period, two basketballscollide above the ho...
- 3.3/261: Two identical hockey pucks moving with initial velocitiesvA and vB ...
- 3.3/262: Repeat the previous problem, only now the mass ofpuck B is twice th...
- 3.3/263: The 3000-kg anvil A of the drop forge is mountedon a nest of heavy ...
- 3.3/264: The 0.5-kg cylinder A is released from rest fromthe position shown ...
- 3.3/265: The elements of a device designed to measure thecoeffi cient of res...
- 3.3/266: A child throws a ball from point A with a speed of50 ft /sec. It st...
- 3.3/267: The 2-kg sphere is projected horizontally witha velocity of 10 m /s...
- 3.3/268: A small ball is projected horizontally as shown andbounces at point...
- 3.3/269: Calculate the velocity of a spacecraft which orbitsthe moon in a ci...
- 3.3/270: What velocity v must the space shuttle have inorder to release the ...
- 3.3/271: Show that the path of the moon is concave towardthe sun at the posi...
- 3.3/272: A satellite is in a circular polar orbit of altitude300 km. Determi...
- 3.3/273: Determine the apparent velocity vrel of a satellitemoving in a circ...
- 3.3/274: A spacecraft is in an initial circular orbit with analtitude of 350...
- 3.3/275: If the perigee altitude of an earth satellite is240 km and the apog...
- 3.3/276: Determine the energy difference E between an80 000-kg space-shuttle...
- 3.3/277: The Mars orbiter for the Viking mission was designedto make one com...
- 3.3/278: A drag-free satellite is one which carries a smallmass inside a cha...
- 3.3/279: Determine the speed v required of an earth satelliteat point A for ...
- 3.3/280: Initially in the 240-km circular orbit, the spacecraftS receives a ...
- 3.3/281: The binary star system consists of stars A and B,both of which orbi...
- 3.3/282: If the earth were suddenly deprived of its orbitalvelocity around t...
- 3.3/283: Just after launch from the earth, the space-shuttleorbiter is in th...
- 3.3/284: A spacecraft is in a circular orbit of radius 3Raround the moon. At...
- 3.3/285: A projectile is launched from B with a speed of2000 m /s at an angl...
- 3.3/286: Compute the magnitude of the necessary launchvelocity at B if the p...
- 3.3/287: Compute the necessary launch angle at point Bfor the trajectory pre...
- 3.3/288: Two satellites B and C are in the same circularorbit of altitude 50...
- 3.3/289: Determine the necessary amount v by which thecircular-orbit velocit...
- 3.3/290: The 175,000-lb space-shuttle orbiter is in a circularorbit of altit...
- 3.3/291: Compare the orbital period of the moon calculatedwith the assumptio...
- 3.3/292: A satellite is placed in a circular polar orbit a distanceH above t...
- 3.3/293: The perigee and apogee altitudes above the surfaceof the earth of a...
- 3.3/294: A spacecraft moving in a west-to-east equatorialorbit is observed b...
- 3.3/295: Sometime after launch from the earth, a spacecraftS is in the orbit...
- 3.3/296: In 1995 a spacecraft called the Solar and HeliosphericObservatory (...
- 3.3/297: A space vehicle moving in a circular orbit of radiusr1 transfers to...
- 3.3/298: At the instant represented in the fi gure, a smallexperimental sate...
- 3.3/299: A spacecraft in an elliptical orbit has the positionand velocity in...
- 3.3/300: The satellite has a velocity at B of 3200 m /s in thedirection indi...
- 3.3/301: The fl atbed truck is traveling at the constant speedof 60 km / h u...
- 3.3/302: If the spring of constant k is compressed a distance as indicated, ...
- 3.3/303: The cart with attached x-y axes moves with an absolutespeed v = 2 m...
- 3.3/304: The aircraft carrier is moving at a constant speedand launches a je...
- 3.3/305: The 4000-lb van is driven from position A to positionB on the barge...
- 3.3/306: The launch catapult of the aircraft carrier givesthe 7-Mg jet airpl...
- 3.3/307: The coeffi cients of friction between the fl atbedof the truck and ...
- 3.3/308: A boy of mass m is standing initially at rest relativeto the moving...
- 3.3/309: The block of mass m is attached to the frame bythe spring of stiffn...
- 3.3/310: The slider A has a mass of 2 kg and moves withnegligible friction i...
- 3.3/311: The ball A of mass 10 kg is attached to the lightrod of length l = ...
- 3.3/312: Consider the system of Prob. 3 /311 where themass of the ball is m ...
- 3.3/313: A simple pendulum is placed on an elevator, whichaccelerates upward...
- 3.3/314: A boy of mass m is standing initially at rest relativeto the moving...
- 3.3/315: A ball is released from rest relative to the elevatorat a distance ...
- 3.3/316: The small slider A moves with negligible frictiondown the tapered b...
- 3.3/317: When a particle is dropped from rest relative tothe surface of the ...
- 3.3/318: The fi gure represents the space shuttle S, which is(a) in a circul...
- 3.3/319: The block of weight W is given an initial velocityv1 = 20 ft /sec u...
- 3.3/320: A particle of mass m is attached to the end ofthe light rigid rod o...
- 3.3/321: A 30-g tire-balance weight is attached to a verticalsurface of the ...
- 3.3/322: The simple 2-kg pendulum is released from restin the horizontal pos...
- 3.3/323: The small 2-kg carriage is moving freely alongthe horizontal with a...
- 3.3/324: For the elliptical orbit of a spacecraft around theearth, determine...
- 3.3/325: At a steady speed of 200 mi / hr along a level track,the racecar is...
- 3.3/326: The spring of stiffness k is compressed and suddenlyreleased, sendi...
- 3.3/327: The small slider has a speed vA = 15 ft /sec as itpasses point A. N...
- 3.3/328: Six identical spheres are arranged as shown in thefi gure. The two ...
- 3.3/329: The 180-lb exerciser is beginning to execute abicep curl. When in t...
- 3.3/330: The fi gure shows a centrifugal clutch consistingin part of a rotat...
- 3.3/331: A ball is thrown from point O with a velocity of30 ft /sec at a 60 ...
- 3.3/332: The pickup truck is used to hoist the 40-kg bale ofhay as shown. If...
- 3.3/333: For a given value of the force P, determine thesteady-state spring ...
- 3.3/334: The 200-kg glider B is being towed by airplane A,which is fl ying h...
- 3.3/335: An electromagnetic catapult system is being designedto replace a st...
- 3.3/336: The 2-lb piece of putty is dropped 6 ft onto the18-lb block initial...
- 3.3/337: The member OA rotates about a horizontal axisthrough O with a const...
- 3.3/338: An automobile accident occurs as follows: Thedriver of a full-size ...
- 3.3/339: The 3-kg block A is released from rest in the 60position shown and ...
- 3.3/340: The bungee jumper, an 80-kg man, falls fromthe bridge at A with the...
- 3.3/341: One of the functions of the space shuttle is to releasecommunicatio...
- 3.3/342: The system is released from rest with the springinitially stretched...
- 3.3/343: A short train consists of a 400,000-lb locomotiveand three 200,000-...
- 3.3/344: A car of mass m is traveling at a road speed vralong an equatorial ...
- 3.3/345: The retarding forces which act on the race car arethe drag force FD...
- 3.3/346: The satellite of Sample /31 has a perigeevelocity of 26 140 km / h ...
- 3.3/347: A long fl y ball strikes the wall at point A (wheree1 = 0.5) and th...
- 3.3/348: The system is released from rest while in the positionshown with th...
- 3.3/349: The cylinder of the previous problem is now replacedby a linear spr...
- 3.3/350: The bowl-shaped device rotates about a verticalaxis with a constant...
- 3.3/351: If the vertical frame starts from rest with a constantacceleration ...
- 3.3/352: The tennis player practices by hitting the ball againstthe wall at ...
- 3.3/353: A particle of mass m is introduced with zero velocityat r = 0 when ...
- 3.3/354: The elements of a device designed to measure thecoeffi cient of res...
- 3.3/355: The system of Prob. 3 /166 is repeated here. Thesystem is released ...
- 3.3/356: For the conditions stated in the previous problem,determine the tim...

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