 9.9.1: (I) Calculate the force exerted on a rocket when thepropelling gase...
 9.9.2: (I) A constant friction force of 25 N acts on a 65kg skier for15 s...
 9.9.3: (II) The momentum of a particle, in SI units, is given by p =4.812\...
 9.9.4: The force on a particle of mass m is given by F = 26i  1 2 12 jwhe...
 9.9.5: A 145g baseball, moving along the x axis with speed30.0 m/s, strik...
 9.9.6: A 0.145kg baseball pitched horizontally at 32.0 m/sstrikes a bat a...
 9.9.7: A rocket of total mass 3180 kg is traveling in outerspace with a ve...
 9.9.8: Air in a 120km/h wind strikes headon the face of abuilding 45 m w...
 9.9.9: A 7700kg boxcar traveling 18 m/s strikes a second car.The two stic...
 9.9.10: A 9150kg railroad car travels alone on a level frictionlesstrack w...
 9.9.11: An atomic nucleus at rest decays radioactively into analpha particl...
 9.9.12: A 130kg tackier moving at 2.5 m/s meets headon (andtackles) an 82...
 9.9.13: A child in a boat throws a 5.70kg package out horizontallywith a s...
 9.9.14: An atomic nucleus initially moving at 420 m/s emits analpha particl...
 9.9.15: An object at rest is suddenly broken apart into two fragmentsby an ...
 9.9.16: A 22g bullet traveling 210 m/s penetrates a 2.0kgblock of wood an...
 9.9.17: A rocket of mass m traveling with speed v0 along thex axis suddenly...
 9.9.18: The decay of a neutron into a proton, an electron, and aneutrino is...
 9.9.19: A mass raA = 2.0 kg, moving with velocity \ A =(4.0i + 5.0j  2.0k)...
 9.9.20: A 925kg twostage rocket is traveling at a speed of6.60 X 103 m/s ...
 9.9.21: A 224kg projectile, fired with a speed of 116 m/s at a60.0 angle, ...
 9.9.22: A 0.145kg baseball pitched at 35.0 m/s is hit on a horizontalline ...
 9.9.23: A golf ball of mass 0.045 kg is hit off the tee at a speedof 45 m/s...
 9.9.24: A 12kg hammer strikes a nail at a velocity of 8.5 m/sand comes to ...
 9.9.25: A tennis ball of mass m = 0.060 kg and speedv = 25 m/s strikes a wa...
 9.9.26: A 130kg astronaut (including space suit) acquires aspeed of 2.50 m...
 9.9.27: Rain is falling at the rate of 5.0 cm/h and accumulatesin a pan. If...
 9.9.28: Suppose the force acting on a tennis ball (mass0.060 kg) points in ...
 9.9.29: With what impulse does a 0.50kg newspaper have to bethrown to give...
 9.9.30: The force on a bullet is given by the formulaF = [7 4 0 (2 .3 X 1 0...
 9.9.31: (a) A molecule of mass m and speed v strikes a wall atright angles ...
 9.9.32: (a) Calculate the impulse experienced when a 65kgperson lands on f...
 9.9.33: A scale is adjusted so that when a large, shallow pan isplaced on i...
 9.9.34: A 0.060kg tennis ball, moving with a speed of 4.50 m/s,has a head...
 9.9.35: A 0.450kg hockey puck, moving east with a speed of4.80 m/s, has a ...
 9.9.36: A 0.280kg croquet ball makes an elastic headoncollision with a se...
 9.9.37: A ball of mass 0.220 kg that is moving with a speedof 7.5 m/s colli...
 9.9.38: A ball of mass m makes a headon elastic collision with asecond bal...
 9.9.39: Determine the fraction of kinetic energy lost by a neutron(mi = 1.0...
 9.9.40: Show that, in general, for any headon onedimensionalelastic colli...
 9.9.41: A 3.0kg block slides along a frictionless tabletop at8.0 m/s towar...
 9.9.42: In a ballistic pendulum experiment, projectile 1 results ina maximu...
 9.9.43: (a) Derive a formula for the fraction of kinetic energylost, A K /K...
 9.9.44: A 28g rifle bullet traveling 210 m/s buries itself in a 3.6kgpend...
 9.9.45: An internal explosion breaks an object, initially at rest,into two ...
 9.9.46: A 920kg sports car collides into the rear end of a2300kg SUV stop...
 9.9.47: You drop a 12g ball from a height of 1.5 m and it onlybounces back...
 9.9.48: Car A hits car B (initially at rest and of equal mass)from behind w...
 9.9.49: A measure of inelasticity in a headon collision of twoobjects is t...
 9.9.50: A pendulum consists of a mass M hanging at the bottomend of a massl...
 9.9.51: A bullet of mass m = 0.0010 kg embeds itself in awooden block with ...
 9.9.52: A 144g baseball moving 28.0 m/s strikes a stationary5.25kg brick ...
 9.9.53: A 6.0kg object moving in the +x direction at 5.5 m/scollides head...
 9.9.54: Billiard ball A of mass mA = 0.120 kg moving withspeed vA = 2.80 m/...
 9.9.55: A radioactive nucleus at rest decays into a secondnucleus, an elect...
 9.9.56: Two billiard balls of equal mass move at right angles andmeet at th...
 9.9.57: An atomic nucleus of mass m traveling with speed vcollides elastica...
 9.9.58: A neutron collides elastically with a helium nucleus (atrest initia...
 9.9.59: A neon atom (m = 20.0 u) makes a perfectly elasticcollision with an...
 9.9.60: For an elastic collision between a projectile particle ofmass mA an...
 9.9.61: For an elastic collision between a projectile particle ofmass mA an...
 9.9.62: The cm of an empty 1250kg car is 2.50 m behind the frontof the car...
 9.9.63: The distance between a carbon atom (m = 12 u) and anoxygen atom (m ...
 9.9.64: Three cubes, of side 0, 20, and 30, are placed next toone another (...
 9.9.65: A square uniform raft, 18 m by 18 m, of mass 6200 kg, isused as a f...
 9.9.66: A uniform circular plate of radius 2R has a circularhole of radius ...
 9.9.67: A uniform thin wire is bent into a semicircle of radius r.Determine...
 9.9.68: Find the center of mass of the ammonia molecule. Thechemical formul...
 9.9.69: Determine the cm of a machine part that is a uniformcone of height ...
 9.9.70: Determine the cm of a uniform pyramid that has fourtriangular faces...
 9.9.71: Determine the cm of a thin, uniform, semicircular plate.
 9.9.72: Mass Ma = 35 kg and mass AfB = 25 kg. They havevelocities (in m/s) ...
 9.9.73: The masses of the Earth and Moon are 5.98 X 1024 kgand 7.35 X 1022 ...
 9.9.74: A mallet consists of a uniform cylindrical head of mass2.80 kg and ...
 9.9.75: A 55kg woman and a 72kg man stand 10.0 m apart onfrictionless ice...
 9.9.76: Suppose that in Example 918 (Fig. 932), ran = 3m i.(a) Where then...
 9.9.77: Two people, one of mass 85 kg and the other of mass55 kg, sit in a ...
 9.9.78: A 280kg flatcar 25 m long is moving with a speed of6.0 m/s along h...
 9.9.79: A huge balloon and its gondola, of mass M, are in theair and statio...
 9.9.80: A 3500kg rocket is to be accelerated at 3.0 g at takeofffrom the ...
 9.9.81: Suppose the conveyor belt of Example 919 is retardedby a friction ...
 9.9.82: The jet engine of an airplane takes in 120 kg of air per second,whi...
 9.9.83: A rocket traveling 1850 m/s away from the Earth at analtitude of 64...
 9.9.84: A sled filled with sand slides without friction down a32 slope. San...
 9.9.85: A novice pool player is faced with the corner pocket shotshown in F...
 9.9.86: During a Chicago storm, winds can whip horizontally atspeeds of 120...
 9.9.87: A ball is dropped from a height of 1.50 m and rebounds toa height o...
 9.9.88: In order to convert a tough split in bowling, it is necessaryto str...
 9.9.89: A gun fires a bullet vertically into a 1.40kg block of woodat rest...
 9.9.90: A hockey puck of mass 4 m has been rigged to explode, aspart of a p...
 9.9.91: For the completely inelastic collision of two railroad carsthat we ...
 9.9.92: A 4800kg open railroad car coasts along with a constantspeed of 8....
 9.9.93: Consider the railroad car of 92, which is slowlyfilling with snow, ...
 9.9.94: Two blocks of mass raA and mB, resting on a frictionlesstable, are ...
 9.9.95: You have been hired as an expert witness in a court caseinvolving a...
 9.9.96: A meteor whose mass was about 2.0 X 108kg struck theEarth (raE = 6....
 9.9.97: Two astronauts, one of mass 65 kg and the other 85 kg, areinitially...
 9.9.98: A 22g bullet strikes and becomes embedded in a 1.35kgblock of woo...
 9.9.99: Two balls, of masses mA = 45 g and mB = 65 g, aresuspended as shown...
 9.9.100: A block of mass ra = 2.20 kg slides down a 30.0 inclinewhich is 3.6...
 9.9.101: In (Fig. 953), what is the upper limit on massra if it is to rebou...
 9.9.102: After a completely inelastic collision between two objectsof equal ...
 9.9.103: A 0.25kg skeet (clay target) is fired at an angle of 28 tothe hori...
 9.9.104: A massless spring with spring constant k is placed between ablock o...
 9.9.105: The gravitational slingshot effect. Figure 955 shows theplanet Sat...
 9.9.106: Two bumper cars in an amusement park ride collide elasticallyas one...
 9.9.107: In a physics lab, a cube slides downfrictionless incline as shown i...
 9.9.108: The space shuttle launches an 850kg satellite by ejecting itfrom t...
 9.9.109: You are the design engineer in charge of the crashworthinessof new ...
 9.9.110: Astronomers estimate that a 2.0kmwide asteroid collideswith the E...
 9.9.111: An astronaut of mass 210 kg including his suit and jet packwants to...
 9.9.112: An extrasolar planet can be detected by observing the wobble itprod...
 9.9.113: Suppose two asteroids strike head on. Asteroid A(mA = 7.5 X 1012kg)...
 9.9.114: (Ill) A particle of mass raA traveling with speed v Acollides elast...
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