 6.1: Predict/Explain You push two identical bricks across a tabletop wit...
 6.2: Predict/ExplainTwo drivers traveling sidebyside at the same speed...
 6.3: Abaseball player slides into third base with an initial speed of 4....
 6.4: Achild goes down a playground slide with an acceleration of . Find ...
 6.5: Hopping into your Porsche, you oor it and accelerate at without spi...
 6.6: When you push a 1.80kg book resting on a tabletop, it takes 2.25 N...
 6.7: In 6, what is the frictional force exerted on the book when you pus...
 6.8: The three identical boxes shown in Figure 617 remain at rest on a r...
 6.9: Atie of uniform width is laid out on a table, with a fraction of it...
 6.10: To move a large crate across a rough oor, you push on it with a for...
 6.11: In 10, nd the acceleration of the crate if the applied force is 330...
 6.12: A 48kg crate is placed on an inclined ramp. When the angle the ram...
 6.13: A97kg sprinter wishes to accelerate from rest to a speed of 13 m/s...
 6.14: Coffee To Go Aperson places a cup of coffee on the roof of her car ...
 6.15: Force Times Distance IAt the local hockey rink, a puck with a mass ...
 6.16: Force Times TimeAt the local hockey rink, a puck with a mass of 0.1...
 6.17: Force Times Distance II A block of mass slides with an initial spee...
 6.18: The coefcient of kinetic friction between the tires of your car and...
 6.19: Acertain spring has a force constant k. (a) If this spring is cut i...
 6.20: Pulling up on a rope, you lift a 4.35kg bucket of water from a wel...
 6.21: When a 9.09kg mass is placed on top of a vertical spring, the spri...
 6.22: A110kg box is loaded into the trunk of a car. If the height of the...
 6.23: A 50.0kg person takes a nap in a backyard hammock. Both ropes supp...
 6.24: Abackpack full of books weighing 52.0 N rests on a table in a physi...
 6.25: If the 52.0N backpack in begins to slide when the spring stretches...
 6.26: The equilibrium length of a certain spring with a force constant of...
 6.27: Illinois Jones is being pulled from a snake pit with a rope that br...
 6.28: Aspring with a force constant of 120 N/m is used to push a 0.27kg ...
 6.29: Your friends 13.6g graduation tassel hangs on a string from his re...
 6.30: In 29, (a) nd the tension in the string holding the tassel. (b) At ...
 6.31: Apicture hangs on the wall suspended by two strings, as shown in Fi...
 6.32: Mechanical AdvantageThe pulley system shown in Figure 622 is used t...
 6.33: In 32, determine (a) the force , (b) the tension in the upper chain...
 6.34: Pulling the string on a bow back with a force of 28.7 lb, an archer...
 6.35: In Figure 623 we see two blocks connected by a string and tied to a...
 6.36: TractionAfter a skiing accident, your leg is in a cast and supporte...
 6.37: Two blocks are connected by a string, as shown in Figure 625. The s...
 6.38: Predict/Explain (a) Referring to the hanging planter in Example 65,...
 6.39: A0.15kg ball is placed in a shallow wedge with an opening angle of...
 6.40: You want to nail a 1.6kg board onto the wall of a barn. To positio...
 6.41: The Russell Traction System To immobilize a fractured femur (the th...
 6.42: In Example 66 (Connected Blocks), suppose and are both increased by...
 6.43: Predict/Explain Suppose and in Example 67 (Atwoods Machine) are bot...
 6.44: Find the acceleration of the masses shown in Figure 630, given that...
 6.45: Two blocks are connected by a string, as shown in Figure 631. The s...
 6.46: Referring to 45, nd (a) the direction and (b) the magnitude of the ...
 6.47: Referring to Figure 630, nd the tension in the string connecting (a...
 6.48: A 3.50kg block on a smooth tabletop is attached by a string to a h...
 6.49: A7.7N force pulls horizontally on a 1.6kg block that slides on a ...
 6.50: Buckets and a PulleyTwo buckets of sand hang from opposite ends of ...
 6.51: Suppose you stand on a bathroom scale and get a reading of 700 N. I...
 6.52: Acar drives with constant speed on an elliptical track, as shown in...
 6.53: A car is driven with constant speed around a circular track. Answer...
 6.54: Apuck attached to a string undergoes circular motion on an air tabl...
 6.55: When you take your 1300kg car out for a spin, you go around a corn...
 6.56: Find the linear speed of the bottom of a test tube in a centrifuge ...
 6.57: A Human CentrifugeTo test the effects of high acceleration on the h...
 6.58: Acar goes around a curve on a road that is banked at an angle of 33...
 6.59: Jill of the Jungle swings on a vine 6.9 m long. What is the tension...
 6.60: In 59, (a) how does the tension in the vine change if Jills speed i...
 6.61: (a) As you ride on a Ferris wheel, your apparent weight is differen...
 6.62: Driving in your car with a constant speed of 12 m/s, you encounter ...
 6.63: eferring to 62, at what speed must you go over the bump if people i...
 6.64: You swing a 4.6kg bucket of water in a vertical circle of radius 1...
 6.65: If you weigh yourself on a bathroom scale at the equator, is the re...
 6.66: An object moves on a at surface with an acceleration of constant ma...
 6.67: Maneuvering a JetHumans lose consciousness if exposed to prolonged ...
 6.68: Gravitropism As plants grow, they tend to align their stems and roo...
 6.69: Askateboard accident leaves your leg in a cast and supported by a t...
 6.70: Find the centripetal acceleration at the top of a test tube in a ce...
 6.71: Find the coefcient of kinetic friction between a 3.85kg block and ...
 6.72: A child goes down a playground slide that is inclined at an angle o...
 6.73: When a block is placed on top of a vertical spring, the spring comp...
 6.74: The da Vinci CodeLeonardo da Vinci (14521519) is credited with bein...
 6.75: A force of 9.4 N pulls horizontally on a 1.1kg block that slides o...
 6.76: You swing a 3.25kg bucket of water in a vertical circle of radius ...
 6.77: A 14g coin slides upward on a surface that is inclined at an angle...
 6.78: In 77, the angle of the incline is increased to 25. Find the magnit...
 6.79: Aphysics textbook weighing 22 N rests on a table. The coefcient of ...
 6.80: Aball of mass mis placed in a wedge, as shown in Figure 636, in whi...
 6.81: The blocks shown in Figure 637 are at rest. (a) Find the frictional...
 6.82: In part (a) of 81, what is the maximum mass block B can have and th...
 6.83: Apicture hangs on the wall suspended by two strings, as shown in Fi...
 6.84: Referring to 61, suppose the Ferris wheel rotates fast enough to ma...
 6.85: A Conical Pendulum A0.075kg toy airplane is tied to the ceiling wi...
 6.86: Atugboat tows a barge at constant speed with a 3500kg cable, as sh...
 6.87: Two blocks, stacked one on top of the other, can move without frict...
 6.88: Find the coefcient of kinetic friction between a 4.7kg block and t...
 6.89: In a daring rescue by helicopter, two men with a combined mass of 1...
 6.90: At the airport, you pull a 18kg suitcase across the oor with a str...
 6.91: Alight spring with a force constant of 13 N/m is connected to a wal...
 6.92: A0.16g spider hangs from the middle of the rst thread of its futur...
 6.93: Find the acceleration the cart in Figure 642 must have in order for...
 6.94: Playing a Violin The tension in a violin string is 2.7 N. When push...
 6.95: Apair of fuzzy dice hangs from a string attached to your rearview m...
 6.96: Find the tension in each of the two ropes supporting a hammock if o...
 6.97: As your plane circles an airport, it moves in a horizontal circle o...
 6.98: Ablock with a mass of 3.1 kg is placed at rest on a surface incline...
 6.99: A mountain climber of mass m hangs onto a rope to keep from sliding...
 6.100: A child sits on a rotating merrygoround, 2.3 m from its center. I...
 6.101: A2.0kg box rests on a plank that is inclined at an angle of 65 abo...
 6.102: Awood block of mass mrests on a larger wood block of mass M that re...
 6.103: Find the tension in each of the two strings shown in Figure 630for ...
 6.104: The coefcient of static friction between a rope and the table on wh...
 6.105: A hockey puck of mass m is attached to a string that passes through...
 6.106: The Force Needed to Move a Crate To move a crate of mass m across a...
 6.107: A popular ride at amusement parks is illustrated in Figure 646. In ...
 6.108: A Conveyor BeltAbox is placed on a conveyor belt that moves with a ...
 6.109: You push a box along the oor against a constant force of friction. ...
 6.110: As part of a circus act, a person drives a motorcycle with constant...
 6.111: On the straightline segment I in Figure 648(b)we see that increasi...
 6.112: Is the force constant on segment II greater than, less than, or equ...
 6.113: Which of the following is the best estimate for the force constant ...
 6.114: Rank the straight segments I, II, and III in order of increasing st...
 6.115: Referring to Example 63 Suppose the coefcients of static and kineti...
 6.116: Referring to Example 63 The crate begins to slide when the tilt ang...
 6.117: Referring to Example 66 Suppose that the mass on the frictionless t...
 6.118: Referring to Example 68 (a) At what speed will the force of static ...
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