 4.1: A flowerpot falls freely from a windowsill. (Ignore any forces due ...
 4.2: A sky diver falls downward through the air at constant velocity. (T...
 4.3: A cable pulls a crate at a constant speed across a horizontal surfa...
 4.4: A rope lifts a bucket at a constant speed. (Ignore air resistance.)
 4.5: A rope lowers a bucket at a constant speed. (Ignore air resistance.)
 4.6: Two horizontal forces, 225 N and 165 N, are exerted on a canoe. If ...
 4.7: If the same two forces as in the previous problem are exerted on th...
 4.8: Three confused sleigh dogs are trying to pull a sled across the Ala...
 4.9: . Force Identify each of the following as either a, b, or c: weight...
 4.10: Inertia Can you feel the inertia of a pencil? Of a book? If you can...
 4.11: FreeBody Diagram Draw a freebody diagram of a bag of sugar being ...
 4.12: Direction of Velocity If you push a book in the forward direction, ...
 4.13: FreeBody Diagram Draw a freebody diagram of a water bucket being ...
 4.14: . Critical Thinking A force of 1 N is the only force exerted on a b...
 4.15: You place a watermelon on a spring scale at the supermarket. If the...
 4.16: Kamaria is learning how to iceskate. She wants her mother to pull ...
 4.17: Taru and Reiko simultaneously grab a 0.75kg piece of rope and begi...
 4.18:
 4.19: On Earth, a scale shows that you weigh 585 N. a. What is your mass?...
 4.20: Use the results from Example to answer questions about a scale in a...
 4.21: Lunar Gravity Compare the force holding a 10.0kg rock on Earth and...
 4.22: Real and Apparent Weight You take a ride in a fast elevator to the ...
 4.23: Acceleration Tecle, with a mass of 65.0 kg, is standing by the boar...
 4.24: Motion of an Elevator You are riding in an elevator holding a sprin...
 4.25: Mass Marcos is playing tugofwar with his cat using a stuffed toy....
 4.26: Acceleration A sky diver falls at a constant speed in the spreadea...
 4.27: . Critical Thinking You have a job at a meat warehouse loading inve...
 4.28: You lift a relatively light bowling ball with your hand, accelerati...
 4.29: A brick falls from a construction scaffold. Identify any forces act...
 4.30: You toss a ball up in the air. Draw a freebody diagram for the bal...
 4.31:
 4.32: You are helping to repair a roof by loading equipment into a bucket...
 4.33: Diego and Mika are trying to fix a tire on Diegos car, but they are...
 4.34: Force Hold a book motionless in your hand in the air. Identify each...
 4.35: Force Lower the book from problem 34 at increasing speed. Do any of...
 4.36: Tension A block hangs from the ceiling by a massless rope. A second...
 4.37: Tension If the bottom block in problem 36 has a mass of 3.0 kg and ...
 4.38: Normal Force Poloma hands a 13kg box to 61kg Stephanie, who stand...
 4.39: Critical Thinking A curtain prevents two tugofwar teams from seein...
 4.40:
 4.41: A physics book is motionless on the top of a table. If you give it ...
 4.42: Cycling Why do you have to push harder on the pedals of a singlesp...
 4.43: Suppose that the acceleration of an object is zero. Does this mean ...
 4.44: Basketball When a basketball player dribbles a ball, it falls to th...
 4.45: Before a sky diver opens her parachute, she may be falling at a vel...
 4.46: If your textbook is in equilibrium, what can you say about the forc...
 4.47: A rock is dropped from a bridge into a valley. Earth pulls on the r...
 4.48:
 4.49:
 4.50: Explain why the tension in a massless rope is constant throughout i...
 4.51: A bird sits on top of a statue of Einstein. Draw freebody diagrams...
 4.52: Baseball A slugger swings his bat and hits a baseball pitched to hi...
 4.53: Whiplash If you are in a car that is struck from behind, you can re...
 4.54: Space Should astronauts choose pencils with hard or soft lead for m...
 4.55:
 4.56: From the top of a tall building, you drop two tabletennis balls, on...
 4.57: It can be said that 1 kg equals 2.2 lb. What does this statement me...
 4.58: You toss a ball straight up into the air. a. Draw a freebody diagr...
 4.59: What is the net force acting on a 1.0kg ball in freefall?
 4.60: Skating Joyce and Efua are skating. Joyce pushes Efua, whose mass i...
 4.61: A car of mass 2300 kg slows down at a rate of 3.0 m/s2 when approac...
 4.62: Breaking the Wishbone After Thanksgiving, Kevin and Gamal use the t...
 4.63: What is your weight in newtons?
 4.64: Motorcycle Your new motorcycle weighs 2450 N. What is its mass in k...
 4.65: Three objects are dropped simultaneously from the top of a tall bui...
 4.66: What is the weight in pounds of a 100.0N wooden shipping case?
 4.67: You place a 7.50kg television on a spring scale. If the scale read...
 4.68: Drag Racing A 873kg (1930lb) dragster, starting from rest, attain...
 4.69: Assume that a scale is in an elevator on Earth. What force would th...
 4.70: A grocery sack can withstand a maximum of 230 N before it rips. Wil...
 4.71: A 0.50kg guinea pig is lifted up from the ground. What is the smal...
 4.72: Astronomy On the surface of Mercury, the gravitational acceleration...
 4.73: A 65kg diver jumps off of a 10.0m tower. a. Find the divers veloc...
 4.74: Car Racing A race car has a mass of 710 kg. It starts from rest and...
 4.75: . A 6.0kg block rests on top of a 7.0kg block, which rests on a h...
 4.76: Rain A raindrop, with mass 2.45 mg, falls to the ground. As it is f...
 4.77: A 90.0kg man and a 55kg man have a tugofwar. The 90.0kg man pu...
 4.78: Male lions and human sprinters can both accelerate at about 10.0 m/...
 4.79: A 4500kg helicopter accelerates upward at 2.0 m/s2. What lift forc...
 4.80: Three blocks are stacked on top of one another, as in Figure 420. ...
 4.81: The dragster in problem 68 completed a 402.3m (0.2500mi) run in 4...
 4.82: Jet A 2.75!106N catapult jet plane is ready for takeoff. If the je...
 4.83: The dragster in problem 68 crossed the finish line going 126.6 m/s....
 4.84:
 4.85: Space Station Pratish weighs 588 N and is weightless in a space sta...
 4.86: Baseball As a baseball is being caught, its speed goes from 30.0 m/...
 4.87: . Air Hockey An airhockey table works by pumping air through thous...
 4.88: A student stands on a bathroom scale in an elevator at rest on the ...
 4.89:
 4.90: When a horizontal force of 4.5 N acts on a block on a resistancefr...
 4.91:
 4.92:
 4.93: Formulate Models A 2.0kg mass, mA, and a 3.0kg mass, mB, are conn...
 4.94: Use Models Suppose that the masses in problem 93 are now 1.00 kg an...
 4.95: . Infer The force exerted on a 0.145kg baseball by a bat changes f...
 4.96:
 4.97: Critique Using the Example in this chapter as models, write a solut...
 4.98: Think Critically Because of your physics knowledge, you are serving...
 4.99: Apply Concepts Develop a CBL lab, using a motion detector, that gra...
 4.100: Research Newtons contributions to physics and write a onepage summ...
 4.101: Review, analyze, and critique Newtons first law. Can we prove this ...
 4.102: Physicists classify all forces into four fundamental categories: gr...
 4.103: CrossCountry Skiing Your friend is training for a crosscountry sk...
 4.104:
 4.105: Refer to Figure 426 to find the instantaneous speed for the follow...
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