 10.1CQ: The brake shoes of your car are made of a material that can tolerat...
 10.1P: During an etiquette class, you walk slowly and steadily at 0.20 m/s...
 10.2CQ: When you pound a nail with a hammer, the nail gets quite warm. Desc...
 10.2P: A 2.0 kg book is lying on a 0.75mhigh table. You pick it up and p...
 10.3CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.3P: The two ropes seen in Figure P10.2 are used to lower a 255 kg piano...
 10.4CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.4P: The two ropes shown in the bird’seye view of Figure P10.3 are used...
 10.5CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.5P: a. At the airport, you ride a “moving sidewalk” that carries you ho...
 10.6CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.6P: A boy flies a kite with the string at a 30° angle to the horizontal...
 10.7CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.7P: Which has the larger kinetic energy, a 10 g bullet fired at 500 m/s...
 10.8CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.8P: At what speed does a 1000 kg compact car have the same kinetic ener...
 10.9CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.9P: A car is traveling at 10 m/s. a. How fast would the car need to go ...
 10.10CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.10P: Sam’s job at the amusement park is to slow down and bring to a stop...
 10.11CQ: A ball of putty is dropped from a height of 2 m onto a hard floor, ...
 10.11P: A 20 g plastic ball is moving to the left at 30 m/s. How much work ...
 10.12CQ: A 0.5 kg mass on a 1mlong string swings in a circle on a horizont...
 10.12P: The turntable in a microwave oven has a moment of inertia of and ro...
 10.13CQ: Particle A has less mass than particle B. Both are pushed forward a...
 10.13P: An energy storage system based on a flywheel (a rotating disk) can ...
 10.14CQ: The meaning of the word “work” is quite different in physics from i...
 10.14P: The lowest point in Death Valley is 85.0 m below sea level. The sum...
 10.15CQ: To change a tire, you need to use a jack to raise one corner of you...
 10.15P: a. What is the kinetic energy of a 1500 kg car traveling at a speed...
 10.16CQ: You drop two balls from a tower, one of mass m and the other of mas...
 10.16P: The world’s fastest humans can reach speeds of about 11 m/s. In ord...
 10.17CQ: A roller coaster car rolls down a frictionless track, reaching spee...
 10.17P: A 72 kg bike racer climbs a 1200mlong section of road that has a ...
 10.18CQ: A spring gun shoots out a plastic ball at speed v. The spring is th...
 10.18P: A 1000 kg wrecking ball hangs from a 15mlong cable. The ball is p...
 10.19CQ: Sandy and Chris stand on the edge of a cliff and throw identical ma...
 10.19P: How far must you stretch a spring with k = 1000 N/m to store 200 J ...
 10.20CQ: A solid cylinder and a hollow cylinder have the same mass, same rad...
 10.20P: How much energy can be stored in a spring with a spring constant of...
 10.21CQ: You are much more likely to be injured if you fall and your head st...
 10.22MCQ: If you walk up a flight of stairs at constant speed, gaining vertic...
 10.21P: The elastic energy stored in your tendons can contribute up to 35% ...
 10.22P: Marissa drags a 23 kg duffel bag 14 m across the gym floor. If the ...
 10.23MCQ: You and a friend each carry a 15 kg suitcase up two flights of stai...
 10.23P: Mark pushes his broken car 150 m down the block to his friend’s hou...
 10.24MCQ: A woman uses a pulley and a rope to raise a 20 kg weight to a heigh...
 10.24P: A 900 N crate slides 12 m down a ramp that makes an angle of 35° wi...
 10.25MCQ: A hockey puck sliding along frictionless ice with speed v to the ri...
 10.25P: A 25 kg child slides down a playground slide at a constant speed. T...
 10.26MCQ: A block slides down a smooth ramp, starting from rest at a height h...
 10.26P: A boy reaches out of a window and tosses a ball straight up with a ...
 10.27MCQ: A wrecking ball is suspended from a 5.0mlong cable that makes a 3...
 10.27P: a. With what minimum speed must you toss a 100 g ball straight up t...
 10.28P: What minimum speed does a 100 g puck need to make it to the top of ...
 10.29P: A car is parked at the top of a 50mhigh hill. Its brakes fail and...
 10.30P: A 1500 kg car is approaching the hill shown in Figure at 10 m/s whe...
 10.31P: 10 kg runaway grocery cart runs into a spring, attached to a wall, ...
 10.32P: As a 15,000 kg jet lands on an aircraft carrier, its tail hook snag...
 10.33P: Your friend’s Frisbee has become stuck 16 m above the ground in a t...
 10.34P: A fireman of mass 80 kg slides down a pole. When he reaches the bot...
 10.35P: A 20 kg child slides down a 3.0mhigh playground slide. She starts...
 10.36P: A hockey puck is given an initial speed of 5.0 m/s. If the coeffici...
 10.37P: A 50 g marble moving at 2.0 m/s strikes a 20 g marble at rest. What...
 10.38P: Ball 1, with a mass of 100 g and traveling at 10 m/s, collides head...
 10.39P: An airtrack glider undergoes a perfectly inelastic collision with ...
 10.40P: Two balls undergo a perfectly elastic headon collision, with one b...
 10.41P: a. How much work must you do to push a 10 kg block of steel across ...
 10.42P: a. How much work does an elevator motor do to lift a 1000 kg elevat...
 10.43P: A 1000 kg sports car accelerates from 0 to 30 m/s in 10 s. What is ...
 10.44P: In just 0.30 s, you compress a spring (spring constant 5000 N/m), w...
 10.45P: In the winter sport of curling, players give a 20 kg stone a push a...
 10.46P: A 710 kg car drives at a constant speed of 23 m/s. It is subject to...
 10.47P: An elevator weighing 2500 N ascends at a constant speed of 8.0 m/s....
 10.48GP: A 2.3 kg box, starting from rest, is pushed up a ramp by a 10 N for...
 10.49GP: A 55 kg skateboarder wants to just make it to the upper edge of a “...
 10.50GP: Fleas have remarkable jumping ability. A 0.50 mg flea, jumping stra...
 10.51GP: A marble slides without friction in a vertical plane around the ins...
 10.53GP: Suppose you lift a 20 kg box by a height of 1.0 m.a. How much work ...
 10.52GP: A 20 kg child is on a swing that hangs from 3.0mlong chains, as s...
 10.54GP: A cannon tilted up at a 30° angle fires a cannon ball at 80 m/s fro...
 10.55GP: The sledder shown in Figure starts from the top of a frictionless h...
 10.56GP: In a physics lab experiment, a spring clamped to the table shoots a...
 10.57GP: A 50 g ice cube can slide without friction up and down a 30° slope....
 10.58GP: The maximum energy a bone can absorb without breaking is surprising...
 10.59GP: In an amusement park water slide, people slide down an essentially ...
 10.60GP: The 5.0mlong rope in Figure P10.66 hangs vertically from a tree r...
 10.61GP: You have been asked to design a “ballistic spring system” to measur...
 10.62GP: A new event, shown in Figure P10.68, has been proposed for the Wint...
 10.63GP: Boxes A and B in Figure P10.69 have masses of 12.0 kg and 4.0 kg, r...
 10.64GP: What would be the speed of the boxes in if the coefficient of kinet...
 10.65GP: A 20 g ball is fired horizontally with initial speed vi toward a 10...
 10.66GP: Two coupled boxcars are rolling along at 2.5 m/s when they collide ...
 10.67GP: A fish scale, consisting of a spring with spring constant k = 200 N...
 10.68GP: A 70 kg human sprinter can accelerate from rest to 10 m/s in 3.0 s....
 10.69GP: A 50 g ball of clay traveling at speed vi hits and sticks to a 1.0 ...
 10.70GP: A package of mass m is released from rest at a warehouse loading do...
 10.71GP: A 50 kg sprinter, starting from rest, runs 50 m in 7.0 s at constan...
 10.72GP: A 50 kg sprinter, starting from rest, runs 50 m in 7.0 s at constan...
 10.73GP: A 2.0 hp electric motor on a water well pumps water from 10m below ...
 10.74GP: The human heart has to pump the average adult’s 6.0 L of blood thro...
 10.75PP: Tennis Ball TestingA tennis ball bouncing on a hard surface compres...
 10.76PP: A tennis ball bouncing on a hard surface compresses and then reboun...
 10.77PP: Tennis Ball TestingA tennis ball bouncing on a hard surface compres...
 10.78PP: Tennis Ball TestingA tennis ball bouncing on a hard surface compres...
 10.79PP: Tennis Ball TestingA tennis ball bouncing on a hard surface compres...
 10.80PP: Work and Power in CyclingWhen you ride a bicycle at constant speed,...
 10.81PP: Work and Power in CyclingWhen you ride a bicycle at constant speed,...
 10.82PP: Work and Power in CyclingWhen you ride a bicycle at constant speed,...
 10.83PP: Work and Power in CyclingWhen you ride a bicycle at constant speed,...
 10.84PP: Work and Power in CyclingWhen you ride a bicycle at constant speed,...
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