 4.4.1: What force is needed to accelerate a child on a sled(total mass = 5...
 4.4.2: A net force of 265 N accelerates a bike and rider at2.30 m/s2. What...
 4.4.3: What is the weight of a 68kg astronaut (a) on Earth,(b) on the Moo...
 4.4.4: How much tension must a rope withstand if it is usedto accelerate a...
 4.4.5: Superman must stop a 120km/h train in 150 m to keepit from hitting...
 4.4.6: What average force is required to stop a 950kg car in8.0 s if the ...
 4.4.7: Estimate the average force exerted by a shotputter ona 7.0kg shot...
 4.4.8: A 0.140kg baseball traveling 35.0 m/s strikes the catchersmitt, wh...
 4.4.9: A fisherman yanks a fish vertically out of the water withan acceler...
 4.4.10: A 20.0kg box rests on a table, (a) What is the weight ofthe box an...
 4.4.11: What average force is needed to accelerate a 9.20grampellet from r...
 4.4.12: How much tension must a cable withstand if it is usedto accelerate ...
 4.4.13: A 14.0kg bucket is lowered vertically by a rope inwhich there is 1...
 4.4.14: A particular race car can cover a quartermile track(402 m) in 6.40...
 4.4.15: A 75kg petty thief wants to escape from a thirdstoryjail window. ...
 4.4.16: An elevator (mass 4850 kg) is to be designed so that themaximum acc...
 4.4.17: Can cars stop on a dime? Calculate the accelerationof a 1400kg car...
 4.4.18: A person stands on a bathroom scale in a motionlesselevator. When t...
 4.4.19: Highspeed elevators function under two limitations:(1 ) the maximu...
 4.4.20: sing focused laser light, optical tweezers can apply aforce of abou...
 4.4.21: A rocket with a mass of 2.75 X 106 kg exerts a verticalforce of 3.5...
 4.4.22: (a) What is the acceleration of two falling sky divers(mass = 132 k...
 4.4.23: An exceptional standing jump would raise a person 0.80 moff the gro...
 4.4.24: The cable supporting a 2125kg elevator has a maximumstrength of 21...
 4.4.25: The 100m dash can be run by the best sprinters in10.0 s. A 66kg s...
 4.4.26: A person jumps from the roof of a house 3.9m high.When he strikes ...
 4.4.27: A box weighing 77.0 N rests on a table. A rope tied to thebox runs ...
 4.4.28: Draw the freebody diagram for a basketball player(a) just before l...
 4.4.29: Sketch the freebody diagram of a baseball (a) at themoment it is h...
 4.4.30: A 650N force acts in a northwesterly direction. Asecond 650N forc...
 4.4.31: Christian is making a Tyrolean traverse as shown inFig. 435. That ...
 4.4.32: A window washer pulls herself upward using thebucketpulley apparat...
 4.4.33: One 3.2kg paint bucket is hanging by a massless cordfrom another 3...
 4.4.34: The cords accelerating the buckets in 33b,Fig. 437, each has a wei...
 4.4.35: Two snowcats in Antarctica are towing a housing unit toa new locati...
 4.4.36: A train locomotive is pulling two cars of the same massbehind it, F...
 4.4.37: The two forces Fi and F2 shown in Fig. 440a and b(looking down) ac...
 4.4.38: At the instant a race began, a 65kg sprinter exerted aforce of 720...
 4.4.39: A mass m is at rest on a horizontal frictionless surfaceat t = 0. T...
 4.4.40: A 3.0kg object has the following two forces acting on it:Fi = ( l6...
 4.4.41: Uphill escape ramps are sometimes provided to theside of steep down...
 4.4.42: A child on a sled reaches the bottom of a hill with avelocity of 10...
 4.4.43: A skateboarder, with an initial speed of 2.0 m/s, rolls virtuallyfr...
 4.4.44: As shown in Fig. 441, five balls (masses 2.00, 2.05,2.10, 2.15, 2....
 4.4.45: A 27kg chandelier hangs from a ceiling on a vertical4.0mlong wir...
 4.4.46: Three blocks on a frictionless horizontal surface are incontact wit...
 4.4.47: Redo Example 413 but (a) set up the equations so thatthe direction...
 4.4.48: The block shown in Fig. 443 has mass m = 7.0 kgand lies on a fixed...
 4.4.49: A block is given an initial speed of 4.5 m/s up the22 plane shown i...
 4.4.50: An object is hanging by a string from your rearviewmirror. While yo...
 4.4.51: Figure 445 shows a block (mass mA) on a smooth horizontalsurface, ...
 4.4.52: (a) If mA = 13.0 kg and mB = 5.0 kg in Fig. 445,determine the acce...
 4.4.53: Determine a formula for the acceleration of the systemshown in Fig....
 4.4.54: Suppose the pulley in Fig. 446 is suspended by acord C. Determine ...
 4.4.55: A small block of mass m rests on the sloping side of atriangular bl...
 4.4.56: The double Atwood machine shown in Fig. 448has frictionless, massl...
 4.4.57: Suppose two boxes on a frictionless table areconnected by a heavy c...
 4.4.58: The two masses shown in Fig. 450 are each initially1.8 m above the...
 4.4.59: Determine a formula for the magnitude of the force Fexerted on the ...
 4.4.60: A particle of mass m, initially at rest at x = 0, isaccelerated by ...
 4.4.61: A heavy steel cable of length i and mass M passes over asmall massl...
 4.4.62: A person has a reasonable chance of surviving an automobilecrash if...
 4.4.63: A 2.0kg purse is dropped 58 m from the top of the LeaningTower of ...
 4.4.64: Toms hang glider supports his weight using the six ropesshown in Fi...
 4.4.65: A wet bar of soap (m = 150 g) slides freely down a ramp3.0 m long i...
 4.4.66: A cranes trolley at point P in Fig. 453 moves for a fewseconds to ...
 4.4.67: A block (mass raA) lying on a fixed frictionless inclined plane isc...
 4.4.68: (a) In Fig. 454, if mA = mB = 1.00 kg and 6 = 33.0, whatwill be th...
 4.4.69: The masses mA and mB slide on the smooth (frictionless)inclines fix...
 4.4.70: A 75.0kg person stands on a scale in an elevator. What doesthe sca...
 4.4.71: A city planner is working on the redesign of a hilly portionof a ci...
 4.4.72: If a bicyclist of mass 65 kg (including the bicycle) can coastdown ...
 4.4.73: A bicyclist can coast down a 5.0 hill at a constant speed of6.0 km/...
 4.4.74: Francesca dangles her watch from a thin piece of stringwhile the je...
 4.4.75: (a) What minimum force F is needed to lift the piano (mass M)using ...
 4.4.76: In the design of a supermarket, there are to be severalramps connec...
 4.4.77: A jet aircraft is accelerating at 3.8 m/s2 as it climbs at anangle ...
 4.4.78: A 7650kg helicopter accelerates upward at 0.80 m/s2 whilelifting a...
 4.4.79: A super highspeed 14car Italian train has a mass of640 metric ton...
 4.4.80: A fisherman in a boat is using a 10lb test fishing line. Thismeans...
 4.4.81: An elevator in a tall building is allowed to reach a maximumspeed o...
 4.4.82: Two rock climbers, Bill and Karen, use safety ropes ofsimilar lengt...
 4.4.83: Three mountain climbers who are roped together in a lineare ascendi...
 4.4.84: A doomsday asteroid with a mass of 1.0 X 1010kg ishurtling through ...
 4.4.85: A 450kg piano is being unloaded from a truck by rolling itdown a r...
 4.4.86: Consider the system shown in Fig. 462 with raA = 9.5 kgand mB = 11...
 4.4.87: A 1.5kg block rests on top of a 7.5kg block (Fig. 463).The cord ...
 4.4.88: You are driving home in your 750kg car at 15 m/s. At a point45 m f...
 4.4.89: A large crate of mass 1500 kg starts sliding from restalong a frict...
Solutions for Chapter 4: Dynamics: Newton's Laws of Motion
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