 3.3.1: A car is driven 225 km west and then 78 km southwest (45).What is t...
 3.3.2: A delivery truck travels 28 blocks north, 16 blocks east,and 26 blo...
 3.3.3: If Vx = 7.80 units and Vy = 6.40 units, determine themagnitude and ...
 3.3.4: Graphically determine the resultant of the following threevector di...
 3.3.5: V is a vector 24.8 units in magnitude and points at anangle of 23.4...
 3.3.6: Figure 336 shows two vectors, A and B, whose magnitudesare A = 6.8...
 3.3.7: (II) An airplane is traveling 835 km/h in a direction 41.5 westof n...
 3.3.8: Let Vl = 6.0i + 8.0j and % = 4.51  5.0j. Determinethe magnitude an...
 3.3.9: (a) Determine the magnitude and direction of thesum of the three ve...
 3.3.10: Three vectors are shown in Fig. 338. Their magnitudesare given in ...
 3.3.11: (a) Given the vectors A and B shown in Fig. 338,determine B  A. (...
 3.3.12: Determine the vector A C, given the vectors A and Cin Fig. 338.
 3.3.13: For the vectors shown in Fig. 338, determine (a) B  2A,(b) 2A 3B ...
 3.3.14: For the vectors given in Fig. 338, determine(a) A  B + C, (b) A +...
 3.3.15: The summit of a mountain, 2450 m above base camp, ismeasured on a m...
 3.3.16: You are given a vector in the xy plane that has amagnitude of 90.0 ...
 3.3.17: The position of a particular particle as a function of timeis given...
 3.3.18: What was the average velocity of the particle in between t = 1.00 s...
 3.3.19: What is the shape of the path of the particle of 17?
 3.3.20: A car is moving with speed 18.0 m/s due south at onemoment and 27.5...
 3.3.21: At t = 0, a particle starts from rest at x = 0, y = 0,and moves in ...
 3.3.22: (a) A skier is accelerating down a 30.0 hill at 1.80 m/s2(Fig. 339...
 3.3.23: An ant walks on a piece of graph paper straight along thex axis a d...
 3.3.24: A particle starts from the origin at t = 0 with an initialvelocity ...
 3.3.25: Suppose the position of an object is given byr = (3.012\ 6.0 3j)m ....
 3.3.26: An object, which is at the origin at time t 0, hasinitial velocity ...
 3.3.27: A particles position as a function of time t is givenby r = (5.01 +...
 3.3.28: A tiger leaps horizontally from a 7.5mhigh rock with aspeed of 3....
 3.3.29: A diver running 2.3 m /s dives out horizontally from theedge of a v...
 3.3.30: Estimate how much farther a person can jump on theMoon as compared ...
 3.3.31: A fire hose held near the ground shoots water at aspeed of 6.5 m/s....
 3.3.32: A ball is thrown horizontally from the roof of a building9.0 m tall...
 3.3.33: A football is kicked at ground level with a speed of18.0 m/s at an ...
 3.3.34: A ball thrown horizontally at 23.7 m/s from the roof ofa building l...
 3.3.35: A shotputter throws the shot (mass = 7.3 kg) with aninitial speed ...
 3.3.36: Show that the time required for a projectile to reach itshighest po...
 3.3.37: You buy a plastic dart gun, and being a clever physicsstudent you d...
 3.3.38: A baseball is hit with a speed of 27.0 m/s at an angle of45.0. It l...
 3.3.39: In Example 311 we chose the x axis to the right andy axis up. Redo...
 3.3.40: A grasshopper hops down a level road. On each hop,the grasshopper l...
 3.3.41: Extremesports enthusiasts have been known to jumpoff the top of El...
 3.3.42: Here is something to try at a sporting event. Show thatthe maximum ...
 3.3.43: The pilot of an airplane traveling 170 km/h wants todrop supplies t...
 3.3.44: A long jumper leaves the ground at 45 above thehorizontal and lands...
 3.3.45: A high diver leaves the end of a 5.0mhigh divingboard and strikes...
 3.3.46: A projectile is shot from the edge of a cliff 115 m aboveground lev...
 3.3.47: Suppose the kick in Example 37 is attempted 36.0 mfrom the goalpos...
 3.3.48: Exactly 3.0 s after a projectile is fired into the air from thegrou...
 3.3.49: Revisit Example 39, and assume that the boy with theslingshot is b...
 3.3.50: A stunt driver wants to make his car jump over 8 carsparked side by...
 3.3.51: A ball is thrown horizontally from the top of a cliffwith initial s...
 3.3.52: At what projection angle will the range of a projectileequal its ma...
 3.3.53: A projectile is fired with an initial speed of 46.6 m/s atan angle ...
 3.3.54: An athlete executing a long jump leaves the ground at a27.0 angle a...
 3.3.55: A person stands at the base of a hill that is a straightincline mak...
 3.3.56: Derive a formula for the horizontal range R, of aprojectile when it...
 3.3.57: A person going for a morning jog on the deck of a cruiseship is run...
 3.3.58: (I) Huck Finn walks at a speed of 0.70 m/s across his raft(that is,...
 3.3.59: Determine the speed of the boat with respect to theshore in Example...
 3.3.60: wo planes approach each other headon. Each has aspeed of 780 km/h,...
 3.3.61: A child, who is 45 m from the bank of a river, is beingcarried help...
 3.3.62: A passenger on a boat moving at 1.70 m/s on a still lakewalks up a ...
 3.3.63: A person in the passenger basket of a hotair balloonthrows a ball ...
 3.3.64: An airplane is heading due south at a speed of 580 km/h.If a wind b...
 3.3.65: In what direction should the pilot aim the plane in so that it will...
 3.3.66: Two cars approach a street corner at right angles toeach other (see...
 3.3.67: A swimmer is capable of swimming 0.60 m/s in stillwater, (a) If she...
 3.3.68: (a) At what upstream angle must the swimmer in aim, if she is to ar...
 3.3.69: A motorboat whose speed in still water is 3.40 m/s must aimupstream...
 3.3.70: A boat, whose speed in still water is 2.70 m/s, must crossa 280mw...
 3.3.71: An airplane, whose air speed is 580 km/h, is supposedto fly in a st...
 3.3.72: Two vectors, Vi and V2, add to a resultant V = Vi + V2.Describe % a...
 3.3.73: A plumber steps out of his truck, walks 66 m east and 35 msouth, an...
 3.3.74: On mountainous downhill roads, escape routes are sometimesplaced to...
 3.3.75: A light plane is headed due south with a speed relative tostill air...
 3.3.76: An Olympic long jumper is capable of jumping 8.0 m.Assuming his hor...
 3.3.77: Romeo is chucking pebbles gently up to Juliets window,and he wants ...
 3.3.78: Raindrops make an angle 6 with the vertical when viewedthrough a mo...
 3.3.79: Apollo astronauts took a nine iron to the Moon and hit agolf ball a...
 3.3.80: A hunter aims directly at a target (on the same level) 68.0 maway, ...
 3.3.81: The cliff divers of Acapulco push off horizontally from rockplatfor...
 3.3.82: When Babe Ruth hit a homer over the 8.0mhigh rightfieldfence 98 m...
 3.3.83: The speed of a boat in still water is v. The boat is to make around...
 3.3.84: At serve, a tennis player aims to hit the ball horizontally.What mi...
 3.3.85: Spymaster Chris, flying a constant 208 km/h horizontally ina lowfl...
 3.3.86: A basketball leaves a players hands at a height of 2.10 mabove the ...
 3.3.87: A particle has a velocity of v = (2.0i + 3.5j)m/s. Theparticle star...
 3.3.88: A projectile is launched from ground level to the top of acliff whi...
 3.3.89: In hot pursuit, Agent Logan of the FBI must get directlyacross a 12...
 3.3.90: A boat can travel 2.20 m/s in still water, (a) If the boatpoints it...
 3.3.91: A boat is traveling where there is a current of 0.20 m/s east(Fig. ...
 3.3.92: A child runs down a 12 hill and then suddenly jumps upwardat a 15 a...
 3.3.93: A basketball is shot from an initial height of 2.4 m(Fig. 362) wit...
 3.3.94: You are driving south on a highway at 25 m/s (approximately55 mi/h)...
 3.3.95: A rock is kicked horizontally at 15 m/s from a hill with a45 slope ...
 3.3.96: A batter hits a fly ball which leaves the bat 0.90 m above thegroun...
 3.3.97: A ball is shot from the top of a building with an initialvelocity o...
 3.3.98: At t = 0 a batter hits a baseball with an initial speed of 28 m/sat...
 3.3.99: Students shoot a plastic ball horizontally from aprojectile launche...
 3.3.100: A shotputter throws from a height h = 2.1 m abovethe ground as sho...
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