 4.1: Predict/Explain As you walk briskly down the street, you toss a sma...
 4.2: Asailboat runs before the wind with a constant speed of 4.2 m/s in ...
 4.3: As you walk to class with a constant speed of 1.75 m/s, you are mov...
 4.4: Starting from rest, a car accelerates at up a hill that is inclined...
 4.5: A particle passes through the origin with a velocity of . If the pa...
 4.6: An electron in a cathoderay tube is traveling horizontally at when...
 4.7: Two canoeists start paddling at the same time and head toward a sma...
 4.8: Predict/Explain Two divers run horizontally off the edge of a low c...
 4.9: Predict/Explain Two youngsters dive off an overhang into a lake. Di...
 4.10: An archer shoots an arrow horizontally at a target 15 m away. The a...
 4.11: Victoria Falls The great, graygreen, greasy Zambezi River ows over...
 4.12: A diver runs horizontally off the end of a diving board with an ini...
 4.13: An astronaut on the planet Zircon tosses a rock horizontally with a...
 4.14: Pitchers Mounds Pitchers mounds are raised to compensate for the ve...
 4.15: Playing shortstop, you pick up a ground ball and throw it to second...
 4.16: A crow is ying horizontally with a constant speed of 2.70 m/swhen i...
 4.17: Amountain climber jumps a 2.8mwide crevasse by leaping horizontal...
 4.18: A whitecrowned sparrow ying horizontally with a speed of 1.80 m/s ...
 4.19: Pumpkin Toss In Denver, children bring their old jackolanterns to ...
 4.20: If, in the previous problem, a jackolantern is given an initial h...
 4.21: Fairgoers ride a Ferris wheel with a radius of 5.00 m (Figure 416)....
 4.22: A swimmer runs horizontally off a diving board with a speed of 3.32...
 4.23: Baseball and the Washington Monument On August 25, 1894, Chicago ca...
 4.24: Abasketball is thrown horizontally with an initial speed of 4.20 m/...
 4.25: Aball rolls off a table and falls 0.75 m to the oor, landing with a...
 4.26: A certain projectile is launched with an initial speed . At its hig...
 4.27: Three projectiles (A, B, and C) are launched with the same initial ...
 4.28: Three projectiles (A, B, and C) are launched with different initial...
 4.29: A second baseman tosses the ball to the rst baseman, who catches it...
 4.30: Referring to the previous problem, what are the ycomponent of the b...
 4.31: Acork shoots out of a champagne bottle at an angle of 35.0 above th...
 4.32: Asoccer ball is kicked with a speed of 9.85 m/s at an angle of 35.0...
 4.33: In a game of basketball, a forward makes a bounce pass to the cente...
 4.34: Repeat the previous problem for a bounce pass in which the ball is ...
 4.35: Snowballs are thrown with a speed of 13 m/s from a roof 7.0 m above...
 4.36: In the previous problem, nd the direction of motion of the two snow...
 4.37: A golfer gives a ball a maximum initial speed of 34.4 m/s. (a) What...
 4.38: What is the highest tree the ball in the previous problem could cle...
 4.39: The hang time of a punt is measured to be 4.50 s. If the ball was k...
 4.40: In a friendly game of handball, you hit the ball essentially at gro...
 4.41: In the previous problem, (a)what are the magnitude and direction of...
 4.42: A passenger on the Ferris wheel described in drops his keys when he...
 4.43: On a hot summer day, a young girl swings on a rope above the local ...
 4.44: Acertain projectile is launched with an initial speed . At its high...
 4.45: Punkin Chunkin In Sussex County, Delaware, a postHalloween traditio...
 4.46: A dolphin jumps with an initial velocity of 12.0 m/s at an angle of...
 4.47: Aplayer passes a basketball to another player who catches it at the...
 4.48: Agolf ball is struck with a ve iron on level ground. It lands 92.2 ...
 4.49: A Record TossBabe Didrikson holds the world record for the longest ...
 4.50: In the photograph to the left on page 87, suppose the cart that lau...
 4.51: Predict/Explain You throw a ball into the air with an initial speed...
 4.52: Volcanoes on Io Astronomers have discovered several volcanoes on Io...
 4.53: Asoccer ball is kicked with an initial speed of 10.2 m/s in a direc...
 4.54: Asecond soccer ball is kicked with the same initial speed as in 53....
 4.55: Agolfer tees off on level ground, giving the ball an initial speed ...
 4.56: One of the most popular events at Highland games is the hay toss, w...
 4.57: Child 1 throws a snowball horizontally from the top of a roof; chil...
 4.58: The penguin to the left in the accompanying photo is about to land ...
 4.59: Predict/Explain Aperson ips a coin into the air and it lands on the...
 4.60: Predict/Explain Suppose the elevator in the previous problem is ris...
 4.61: Atrain moving with constant velocity travels 170 m north in 12 s an...
 4.62: Referring to Example 42, nd (a) the x component and (b) the y compo...
 4.63: A racket ball is struck in such a way that it leaves the racket wit...
 4.64: Ahotair balloon rises from the ground with a velocity of . Achampa...
 4.65: Repeat the previous problem, this time assuming that the balloon is...
 4.66: A soccer ball is kicked from the ground with an initial speed of 14...
 4.67: A particle leaves the origin with an initial velocity , and moves w...
 4.68: When the driedup seed pod of a scotch broom plant bursts open, it ...
 4.69: Referring to 68, a second seed shoots out from the pod with the sam...
 4.70: Ashotputter throws the shot with an initial speed of 12.2 m/s from...
 4.71: Pararescue Jumpers Coast Guard pararescue jumpers are trained to le...
 4.72: Aball thrown straight upward returns to its original level in 2.75 ...
 4.73: To decide who pays for lunch, a passenger on a moving train tosses ...
 4.74: Acannon is placed at the bottom of a cliff 61.5 m high. If the cann...
 4.75: Shot Put Record The mens world record for the shot put, 23.12 m, wa...
 4.76: Referring to Conceptual Checkpoint 43, suppose the two snowballs ar...
 4.77: A hockey puck just clears the 2.00mhigh boards on its way out of ...
 4.78: Referring to Active Example 42, suppose the ball is punted from an ...
 4.79: A LobPass Versus a BulletAquarterback can throw a receiver a high, ...
 4.80: Collision Course Auseful rule of thumb in boating is that if the he...
 4.81: As discussed in Example 47, the archersh hunts by dislodging an uns...
 4.82: (a)What is the greatest horizontal distance from which the archersh...
 4.83: Find the launch angle for which the range and maximum height of a p...
 4.84: A mountain climber jumps a crevasse of width W by leaping horizonta...
 4.85: Prove that the landing speed of a projectile is independent of laun...
 4.86: Maximum Height and Range Prove that the maximum height of a project...
 4.87: Landing on a Different LevelAprojectile red from with initial speed...
 4.88: Amountain climber jumps a crevasse by leaping horizontally with spe...
 4.89: Referring to 73, suppose the initial velocity of the coin tossed by...
 4.90: Projectiles: Coming or Going? Most projectiles continually move far...
 4.91: What is the maximum height of a rover between its rst and second bo...
 4.92: How much time elapses between the rst and second bounces? A. 1.38 s...
 4.93: How far does a rover travel in the horizontal direction between its...
 4.94: What is the average velocity of a rover between its rst and second ...
 4.95: Referring to Example 45 (a)At what launch angle greater than 54.0 d...
 4.96: Referring to Example 45 Suppose that the golf ball is launched with...
 4.97: Referring to Example 46 Suppose the ball is dropped at the horizont...
 4.98: Referring to Example 46 Suppose we change the dolphins launch angle...
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