 5.5.1: If the coefficient of kinetic friction between a 22kg crateand the...
 5.5.2: A force of 35.0 N is required to start a 6.0kg box movingacross a ...
 5.5.3: Suppose you are standing on a train accelerating at 0.20 g.What min...
 5.5.4: The coefficient of static friction between hard rubberand normal st...
 5.5.5: What is the maximum acceleration a car can undergo ifthe coefficien...
 5.5.6: (II) (a) A box sits at rest on a rough 33 inclined plane.Draw the f...
 5.5.7: (II) A 25.0kg box is released on a 27 incline and acceleratesdown ...
 5.5.8: (II) A car can decelerate at 3.80 m /s2 without skiddingwhen coming...
 5.5.9: (II) A skier moves down a 27 slope at constant speed. Whatcan you s...
 5.5.10: (II) A wet bar of soap slides freely down a ramp 9.0 m longinclined...
 5.5.11: (II) A box is given a push so that it slides across the floor.How f...
 5.5.12: (II) (a) Show that the minimum stopping distance for anautomobile t...
 5.5.13: (II) A 1280kg car pulls a 350kg trailer. The car exerts a horizon...
 5.5.14: (II) Police investigators, examining the scene of an accidentinvolv...
 5.5.15: (II) Piles of snow on slippery roofs can become dangerousprojectile...
 5.5.16: (II) A small box is held in place against a rough vertical wall bys...
 5.5.17: (II) Two crates, of mass 65 kg and 125 kg , are in contact and atre...
 5.5.18: (II) The crate shown in Fig. 533 lies on a plane tilted atan angle...
 5.5.19: (II) A crate is given an initial speed of 3.0 m/s up the25.0 plane ...
 5.5.20: (II) Two blocks made of different materials connected togetherby a ...
 5.5.21: (II) For two blocks, connected by a cord and sliding downthe inclin...
 5.5.22: (II) A flatbed truck is carrying a heavy crate. The coefficientof s...
 5.5.23: (II) In Fig. 535 the coefficient of static friction betweenmass mA...
 5.5.24: (II) Determine a formula for the acceleration of the systemshown in...
 5.5.25: (II) A small block of mass m is given an initial speed vQ upa ramp ...
 5.5.26: (II) A 75kg snowboarder has an initial velocity of 5.0 m/sat the t...
 5.5.27: (II) A package of mass m is dropped vertically onto a horizontalcon...
 5.5.28: (II) Two masses mA = 2.0 kg and mB = 5.0 kg are oninclines and are ...
 5.5.29: (II) A child slides down a slide with a 34 incline, and at thebotto...
 5.5.30: (II) (a) Suppose the coefficient of kinetic friction betweenmA and ...
 5.5.31: (Ill) A 3.0kg block sits on top of a 5.0kg block which is ona hor...
 5.5.32: (Ill) A 4.0kg block is stacked on top of a 12.0kg block,which is ...
 5.5.33: (Ill) A small block of mass m rests on the rough, sloping sideof a ...
 5.5.34: (I) What is the maximum speed with which a 1200kg carcan round a t...
 5.5.35: (I) A child sitting 1.20 m from the center of a merrygoaroundmoves...
 5.5.36: (I) A jet plane traveling 1890 km/h (525 m/s) pulls out of adive by...
 5.5.37: (II) Is it possible to whirl a bucket of water fast enough in avert...
 5.5.38: (II) How fast (in rpm) must a centrifuge rotate if a particle8.00 c...
 5.5.39: (II) Highway curves are marked with a suggested speed. Ifthis speed...
 5.5.40: (II) At what minimum speed must a roller coaster betraveling when u...
 5.5.41: (II)A sports car crosses the bottom of a valley with a radiusof cur...
 5.5.42: (II) How large must the coefficient of static friction bebetween th...
 5.5.43: (II) Suppose the space shuttle is in orbit 400 km from theEarths su...
 5.5.44: (II) A bucket of mass 2.00 kg is whirled in a vertical circle ofrad...
 5.5.45: (II) How many revolutions per minute would a 22mdiameterFerris whe...
 5.5.46: (II) Use dimensional analysis (Section 17) to obtain theform for t...
 5.5.47: (II) A jet pilot takes his aircraft in a vertical loop(Fig. 543). ...
 5.5.48: (II) A proposed space station consists of a circular tube thatwill ...
 5.5.49: (II) On an ice rink two skaters of equal mass grab handsand spin in...
 5.5.50: (II) Redo Example 511, precisely this time, by not ignoringthe wei...
 5.5.51: (II) A coin is placed 12.0 cm from the axis of a rotatingturntable ...
 5.5.52: (II) The design of a new road includes a straight stretch thatis ho...
 5.5.53: (II) A 975kg sports car (including driver) crosses therounded top ...
 5.5.54: (II) Two blocks, with masses mA and mB, are connected toeach other ...
 5.5.55: (II) Tarzan plans to cross a gorge by swinging in an arc froma hang...
 5.5.56: (II) A pilot performs an evasive maneuver by diving verticallyat 31...
 5.5.57: (Ill) The position of a particle moving in the xy plane isgiven by ...
 5.5.58: (Ill) If a curve with a radius of 85 m is properly banked for acar ...
 5.5.59: (Ill) A curve of radius 68 m is banked for a design speed of85 km/h...
 5.5.60: (II) A particle starting from rest revolves with uniformlyincreasin...
 5.5.61: (II) In assume the tangential acceleration isconstant and determine...
 5.5.62: (II) An object moves in a circle of radius 22 m with its speedgiven...
 5.5.63: (Ill) A particle rotates in a circle of radius 3.80 m. At aparticul...
 5.5.64: (Ill) An object of mass m is constrained to move in a circle ofradi...
 5.5.65: (I) Use dimensional analysis (Section 17) in Example 517to determ...
 5.5.66: (II) The terminal velocity of a 3 X 10 5 kg raindrop is about9 m/s....
 5.5.67: (II) An object moving vertically has v = v0 at t = 0.Determine a fo...
 5.5.68: (Ill) The drag force on large objects such as cars, planes, andsky ...
 5.5.69: (Ill) A bicyclist can coast down a 7.0 hill at a steady9.5 km/h. If...
 5.5.70: (Ill) Two drag forces act on a bicycle and rider: FD i due torollin...
 5.5.71: (Ill) Determine a formula for the position and accelerationof a fal...
 5.5.72: (Ill) A block of mass m slides along a horizontal surfacelubricated...
 5.5.73: (Ill) Show that the maximum distance the block in can travel is 2m ...
 5.5.74: (Ill) You dive straight down into a pool of water. You hit thewater...
 5.5.75: (Ill) A motorboat traveling at a speed of 2.4 m/s shuts offits engi...
 5.5.76: A coffee cup on the horizontal dashboard of a car slides forward wh...
 5.5.77: A 2.0kg silverware drawer does not slide readily. Theowner gradual...
 5.5.78: A roller coaster reaches the top of the steepest hill with aspeed o...
 5.5.79: An 18.0kg box is released on a 37.0 incline and acceleratesdown th...
 5.5.80: A flat puck (mass M) is revolved in a circle on a frictionlessair h...
 5.5.81: A motorcyclist is coasting with the engine off at a steadyspeed of ...
 5.5.82: In a Rotorride at a carnival, people rotate in a verticalcylindric...
 5.5.83: A device for training astronauts and jet fighter pilots isdesigned ...
 5.5.84: A 1250kg car rounds a curve of radius 72 m banked at anangle of 14...
 5.5.85: Determine the tangential and centripetal components of thenet force...
 5.5.86: The 70.0kg climber in Fig. 550 is supported in thechimney by the ...
 5.5.87: A small mass m is set on the surface of a sphere, Fig. 551.If the ...
 5.5.88: A 28.0kg block is connected to an empty 2.00kg bucket bya cord ru...
 5.5.89: A car is heading down a slippery road at a speed of 95 km/h.The min...
 5.5.90: What is the acceleration experienced by the tip of the1.5cmlong s...
 5.5.91: An airplane traveling at 480 km/h needs to reverse its course.The p...
 5.5.92: A banked curve of radius R in a new highway is designed sothat a ca...
 5.5.93: A small bead of mass m is constrained to slide withoutfriction insi...
 5.5.94: Earth is not quite an inertial frame. We often make measurementsin ...
 5.5.95: While fishing, you get bored and start to swing a sinkerweight arou...
 5.5.96: Consider a train that rounds a curve with a radius of 570 mat a spe...
 5.5.97: A car starts rolling down a lin4 hill (lin4 means that foreach ...
 5.5.98: The sides of a cone make an angle <j> with the vertical. Asmall mas...
 5.5.99: A 72kg water skier is being accelerated by a ski boat on aflat (gl...
 5.5.100: A ball of mass m = 1.0 kg at the end of a thin cord of lengthr = 0....
 5.5.101: A car drives at a constant speed around a banked circulartrack with...
 5.5.102: (Ill) The force of air resistance (drag force) on a rapidlyfalling ...
 5.5.103: (Ill) The coefficient of kinetic friction between twosurfaces is no...
 5.5.104: (Ill) Assume a net force F = m g  kv2 acts during theupward verti...
Solutions for Chapter 5: Using Newton's Laws: Friction, Circular Motion, Drag Forces
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Solutions for Chapter 5: Using Newton's Laws: Friction, Circular Motion, Drag Forces
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