 5.44GP: Figure 44 shows the net force acting on a 2.0 kg object as it moves...
 5.45GP: A 50 kg box hangs from a rope. What is the tension in the rope ifa....
 5.46GP: A 50 kg box hangs from a rope. What is the tension in the rope ifa....
 5.47GP: Your forehead can withstand a force of about 6.0 kN before fracturi...
 5.48GP: Seat belts and air bags save lives by reducing the forces exerted o...
 5.49GP: Bob, who has a mass of 75 kg, can throw a 500 g rock with a speed o...
 5.50GP: An 80 kg spacewalking astronaut pushes off a 640 kg satellite, exer...
 5.51GP: What thrust does a 200 g model rocket need in order to have a verti...
 5.52GP: A 20,000 kg rocket has a rocket motor that generates of thrust.a. W...
 5.53GP: You’ve always wondered about the acceleration of the elevators in t...
 5.54GP: A 23 kg child goes down a straight slide inclined 38° above horizon...
 5.55GP: Josh starts his sled at the top of a 3.0mhigh hill that has a con...
 5.56GP: A wood block, after being given a starting push, slides down a wood...
 5.57GP: Researchers often use force plates to measure the forces that peopl...
 5.58GP: A 77 kg sprinter is running the 100 m dash. At one instant, early i...
 5.59GP: Sam, whose mass is 75 kg, takes off across level snow on his jetpo...
 5.60GP: A person with compromised pinch strength in his fingers can only ex...
 5.61GP: A 1.0 kg wood block is pressed against a vertical wood wall by a 12...
 5.62GP: A 50,000 kg locomotive, with steel wheels, is traveling at 10 m/s o...
 5.63GP: An Airbus A320 jetliner has a takeoff mass of 75,000 kg. It reaches...
 5.64GP: A 2.0 kg wood block is launched up a wooden ramp that is inclined a...
 5.65GP: Two blocks are at rest on a frictionless incline, as shown in Figur...
 5.66GP: Two identical 2.0 kg blocks are stacked as shown in Figure P5.71. T...
 5.67GP: A wood block is sliding up a wood ramp. If the angle of the ramp is...
 5.68GP: The fastest recorded skydive was by an Air Force officer who jumped...
 5.69GP: A 2.7 g PingPong ball has a diameter of 4.0 cm.a. The ball is shot...
 5.70GP: Two blocks are connected by a string as in Figure P5.74. What is th...
 5.71GP: The 10 kg block in Figure 71 slides down a frictionless ramp. What ...
 5.72GP: A 2.0 kg wood block is pulled along a wood floor at a steady speed....
 5.73GP: A magician pulls a tablecloth out from under some dishes. How far d...
 5.74GP: The 100 kg block in Figure P5.76 takes 6.0 s to reach the floor aft...
 5.75GP: s show freebody diagrams. For each,a. Write a realistic dynamics p...
 5.76GP: s show freebody diagrams. For each,a. Write a realistic dynamics p...
 5.77GP: In you are given the dynamics equations that are used to solve a pr...
 5.78GP: In you are given the dynamics equations that are used to solve a pr...
 5.79GP: In you are given the dynamics equations that are used to solve a pr...
 5.80PP: Sliding on the IceIn the winter sport of curling, players give a 20...
 5.81PP: Sliding on the IceIn the winter sport of curling, players give a 20...
 5.82PP: Sliding on the IceIn the winter sport of curling, players give a 20...
 5.83PP: Sliding on the IceIn the winter sport of curling, players give a 20...
 5.1CQ: An object is subject to two forces that do not point in opposite di...
 5.1P: The three ropes in Figure P5.1 are tied to a small, very light ring...
 5.2CQ: Are the objects described here in static equilibrium, dynamic equil...
 5.2P: The three ropes in Figure P5.2 are tied to a small, very light ring...
 5.3CQ: What forces are acting on you right now? What net force is acting o...
 5.3P: A 20 kg loudspeaker is suspended 2.0 m below the ceiling by two cab...
 5.4CQ: Decide whether each of the following is true or false. Give a reaso...
 5.4P: A 1000 kg steel beam is supported by the two ropes shownin Figure ...
 5.5CQ: An astronaut takes his bathroom scale to the moon and then stands o...
 5.5P: A cable is used to raise a 25 kg urn from an underwater archeologic...
 5.6CQ: A light block of mass m and a heavy block of mass M are attached to...
 5.6P: When you bend your knee, the quadriceps muscle is stretched. This i...
 5.7CQ: Four balls are thrown straight up. Figure 7 is a "snapshot" showing...
 5.7P: The two angled ropes used to support the crate in Figure 7 can with...
 5.8CQ: Suppose you attempt to pour out 100 g of salt, using a pan balance ...
 5.8P: A force with xcomponent Fx acts on a 500 g object as it moves alon...
 5.9CQ: a. Can the normal force on an object be directed horizontally? If n...
 5.9P: A force with xcomponent acts on a 500 g object as it moves along t...
 5.10CQ: A ball is thrown straight up. Taking the drag force of air into acc...
 5.10P: A force with xcomponent Fx acts on a 500 g object as it moves alon...
 5.11CQ: Three objects move through the air as shown in Figure Q5.12 . Rank ...
 5.11P: The forces in Figure P5.10 are acting on a 2.0 kg object. What is ,...
 5.12CQ: A skydiver is falling at her terminal speed. Right after she opens ...
 5.12P: The forces in Figure P5.11 are acting on a 2.0 kg object. Find the ...
 5.13CQ: Raindrops can fall at different speeds; some fall quite quickly, ot...
 5.13P: A horizontal rope is tied to a 50 kg box on frictionless ice. What ...
 5.14CQ: An airplane moves through the air at a constant speed. The jet engi...
 5.14P: A crate pushed along the floor with velocity vu i slides a distance...
 5.15CQ: Is it possible for an object to travel in air faster than its termi...
 5.15P: In a headon collision, a car stops in 0.10 s from a speed of 14 m/...
 5.16CQ: For Questions 17 through 20, determine the tension in the rope at t...
 5.16P: An astronaut’s weight on earth is 800 N. What is his weight on Mars...
 5.17CQ: For Questions 17 through 20, determine the tension in the rope at t...
 5.17P: A woman has a mass of 55.0 kg.a. What is her weight on earth?b. Wha...
 5.18CQ: For Questions 17 through 20, determine the tension in the rope at t...
 5.18P: A box with a 75 kg passenger inside is launched straight up into th...
 5.19CQ: For Questions 17 through 20, determine the tension in the rope at t...
 5.20CQ: In Figure Q5.21 , block 2 is moving to the right. There is no frict...
 5.19P: a. How much force does an 80 kg astronaut exert on his chair while ...
 5.21MCQ: The wood block in Figure Q5.22 is at rest on a wood ramp. In which ...
 5.20P: It takes the elevator in a skyscraper 4.0 s to reach its cruising s...
 5.21P: Zach, whose mass is 80 kg, is in an elevator descending at 10 m/s. ...
 5.22MCQ: A 2.0 kg ball is suspended by two light strings as shown in Figure ...
 5.22P: Figure P5.23 shows the velocity graph of a 75 kg passenger in an el...
 5.23MCQ: While standing in a low tunnel, you raise your arms and push agains...
 5.23P: a. A 0.60 kg bullfrog is sitting at rest on a level log. How large ...
 5.24MCQ: A 5.0 kg dog sits on the floor of an elevator that is accelerating ...
 5.24P: A 23 kg child goes down a straight slide inclined 38° above horizon...
 5.25MCQ: A 3.0 kg puck slides due east on a horizontal frictionless surface ...
 5.25P: Bonnie and Clyde are sliding a 300 kg bank safe across the floor to...
 5.26MCQ: A rocket in space, initially at rest, fires its main engines at a c...
 5.26P: A 4000 kg truck is parked on a 7.0° slope. How big is the friction ...
 5.27MCQ: Eric has a mass of 60 kg. He is standing on a scale in an elevator ...
 5.27P: A 1000 kg car traveling at a speed of 40 m/s skids to a halt on wet...
 5.28MCQ: The two blocks in Figure Q5.28 are at rest on frictionless surfaces...
 5.28P: A stubborn 120 kg pig sits down and refuses to move. To drag the pi...
 5.29MCQ: A football player at practice pushes a 60 kg blocking sled across t...
 5.29P: A 10 kg crate is placed on a horizontal conveyor belt. The material...
 5.30MCQ: Two football players are pushing a 60 kg blocking sled across the f...
 5.30P: What is the minimum downward force on the box in Figure P5.33 that ...
 5.31MCQ: Land Rover ads used to claim that their vehicles could climb a slop...
 5.31P: What is the drag force on a 1.6mwide, 1.4mhigh car traveling at
 5.32MCQ: A truck is traveling at 30 m/s on a slippery road. The driver slams...
 5.32P: A 22cmdiameter bowling ball has a terminal speed of 77 m/s. What ...
 5.33P: A 75 kg skydiver can be modeled as a rectangular “box” with dimensi...
 5.34P: A 1000 kg car pushes a 2000 kg truck that has a dead battery. When ...
 5.35P: Blocks with masses of 1.0 kg, 2.0 kg, and 3.0 kg are lined up in a ...
 5.36P: What is the tension in the rope of Figure P5.42?
 5.37P: A 2.0mlong, 500 g rope pulls a 10 kg block of ice across a horizo...
 5.38P: Figure P5.44 shows two 1.00 kg blocks connected by a rope. A second...
 5.39P: Each of 100 identical blocks sitting on a frictionless surface is c...
 5.40P: Two blocks on a frictionless table, A and B, are connected by a mas...
 5.41GP:  A 500 kg piano is being lowered into position by a crane while ...
 5.42GP: Dana has a sports medal suspended by a long ribbon from her rearvie...
 5.43GP: Figure P5.49 shows the velocity graph of a 2.0 kg object as it move...
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