 13.1: Asmall cart on a 5.0mlong air track moves with a speed of 0.85 m/...
 13.2: Aperson in a rocking chair completes 12 cycles in 21 s. What are th...
 13.3: While shing for catsh, a sherman suddenly notices that the bobber (...
 13.4: If you dribble a basketball with a frequency of 1.77 Hz, how long d...
 13.5: You take your pulse and observe 74 heartbeats in a minute. What are...
 13.6: (a) Your heart beats with a frequency of 1.45 Hz. How many beats oc...
 13.7: You rev your cars engine to 2700 rpm (rev/min). (a) What are the pe...
 13.8: Amass moves back and forth in simple harmonic motion with amplitude...
 13.9: Amass moves back and forth in simple harmonic motion with amplitude...
 13.10: The position of a mass oscillating on a spring is given by . (a) Wh...
 13.11: The position of a mass oscillating on a spring is given by . (a) Wh...
 13.12: A positionversustime plot for an object undergoing simple harmoni...
 13.13: Amass on a spring oscillates with simple harmonic motion of amplitu...
 13.14: Amass oscillates on a spring with a period of 0.73 s and an amplitu...
 13.15: Molecular Oscillations An atom in a molecule oscillates about its e...
 13.16: Amass oscillates on a spring with a period T and an amplitude 0.48 ...
 13.17: The position of a mass on a spring is given by . (a) What is the pe...
 13.18: A mass attached to a spring oscillates with a period of 3.35 s. (a)...
 13.19: An object moves with simple harmonic motion of period T and amplitu...
 13.20: An object moves with simple harmonic motion of period T and amplitu...
 13.21: An object executing simple harmonic motion has a maximum speed and ...
 13.22: Aball rolls on a circular track of radius 0.62 m with a constant an...
 13.23: An object executing simple harmonic motion has a maximum speed of 4...
 13.24: Achild rocks back and forth on a porch swing with an amplitude of 0...
 13.25: A30.0g goldnch lands on a slender branch, where it oscillates up a...
 13.26: Tuning Forks in NeurologyTuning forks are used in the diagnosis of ...
 13.27: Avibrating structural beam in a spacecraft can cause problems if th...
 13.28: A peg on a turntable moves with a constant tangential speed of 0.77...
 13.29: The pistons in an internal combustion engine undergo a motion that ...
 13.30: A0.84kg air cart is attached to a spring and allowed to oscillate....
 13.31: A person rides on a mechanical bucking horse (see Figure 1323) that...
 13.32: Predict/ExplainIf a mass mis attached to a given spring, its period...
 13.33: Predict/Explain An old car with wornout shock absorbers oscillates...
 13.34: Predict/Explain The two blocks in Figure 1324 have the same mass, m...
 13.35: Show that the units of the quantity
 13.36: A 0.46kg mass attached to a spring undergoes simple harmonic motio...
 13.37: System Aconsists of a mass m attached to a spring with a force cons...
 13.38: Find the periods of block 1 and block 2 in Figure 1324, given that and
 13.39: When a 0.50kg mass is attached to a vertical spring, the spring st...
 13.40: A spring with a force constant of 69 N/m is attached to a 0.57kg m...
 13.41: Two people with a combined mass of 125 kg hop into an old car with ...
 13.42: A 0.85kg mass attached to a vertical spring of force constant 150 ...
 13.43: When a 0.213kg mass is attached to a vertical spring, it causes th...
 13.44: The springs of a 511kg motorcycle have an effective force constant...
 13.45: If a mass mis attached to a given spring, its period of oscillation...
 13.46: How much work is required to stretch a spring 0.133 m if its force ...
 13.47: A0.321kg mass is attached to a spring with a force constant of 13....
 13.48: Find the total mechanical energy of the system described in the pre...
 13.49: A1.8kg mass attached to a spring oscillates with an amplitude of 7...
 13.50: A 0.40kg mass is attached to a spring with a force constant of 26 ...
 13.51: (a) What is the maximum speed of the mass in the previous problem? ...
 13.52: Abunch of grapes is placed in a spring scale at a supermarket. The ...
 13.53: What is the maximum speed of the grapes in the previous problem if ...
 13.54: A 0.505kg block slides on a frictionless horizontal surface with a ...
 13.55: A 2.25g bullet embeds itself in a 1.50kg block, which is attached...
 13.56: Metronomes, such as the penguin shown in the photo, are useful devi...
 13.57: Predict/Explain A grandfather clock keeps correct time at sea level...
 13.58: A pendulum of length L has a period T. How long must the pendulum b...
 13.59: An observant fan at a baseball game notices that the radio commenta...
 13.60: A simple pendulum of length 2.5 m makes 5.0 complete swings in 16 s...
 13.61: United Nations Pendulum Alarge pendulum with a 200lb goldplated b...
 13.62: Find the length of a simple pendulum that has a period of 1.00 s.As...
 13.63: If the pendulum in the previous problem were to be taken to the Moo...
 13.64: Ahula hoop hangs from a peg. Find the period of the hoop as it gent...
 13.65: A reman tosses his 0.98kg hat onto a peg, where it oscillates as a...
 13.66: Consider a meterstick that oscillates back and forth about a pivot ...
 13.67: On the construction site for a new skyscraper, a uniform beam of st...
 13.68: (a)Find the period of a childs leg as it swings about the hip joint...
 13.69: Suspended from the ceiling of an elevator is a simple pendulum of l...
 13.70: An object undergoes simple harmonic motion with a period T. In the ...
 13.71: Amass on a string moves with simple harmonic motion. If the period ...
 13.72: If the amplitude of a simple harmonic oscillator is doubled, by wha...
 13.73: Amass mis suspended from the ceiling of an elevator by a spring of ...
 13.74: Apendulum of length L is suspended from the ceiling of an elevator....
 13.75: A1.8kg mass is attached to a spring with a force constant of 59 N/...
 13.76: Measuring an Astronauts Mass An astronaut uses a Body Mass Measurem...
 13.77: A typical atom in a solid might oscillate with a frequency of and a...
 13.78: Sunspot Observations Sunspots vary in number as a function of time,...
 13.79: Weighing a Bacterium Scientists are using tiny, nanoscale cantileve...
 13.80: An object undergoing simple harmonic motion with a period T is at t...
 13.81: The maximum speed of a 3.1kg mass attached to a spring is 0.68 m/s...
 13.82: The acceleration of a block attached to a spring is given by . (a) ...
 13.83: HelioseismologyIn 1962, physicists at Cal Tech discovered that the ...
 13.84: A9.50g bullet, moving horizontally with an initial speed , embeds ...
 13.85: Spiderweb Oscillations A1.44g spider oscillates on its web, which ...
 13.86: An object undergoes simple harmonic motion with a period T and ampl...
 13.87: Find the period of oscillation of a disk of mass 0.32 kg and radius...
 13.88: Calculate the ratio of the kinetic energy to the potential energy o...
 13.89: A0.363kg mass slides on a frictionless oor with a speed of 1.24 m/...
 13.90: Alarge rectangular barge oating on a lake oscillates up and down wi...
 13.91: Figure 1328 shows a displacementversustime graph of the periodic ...
 13.92: A 3.8kg mass on a spring oscillates as shown in the displacementv...
 13.93: A0.45kg crow lands on a slender branch and bobs up and down with a...
 13.94: A mass m is connected to the bottom of a vertical spring whose forc...
 13.95: Consider the pendulum shown in Figure 1330. Note that the pendulums...
 13.96: When a mass mis attached to a vertical spring with a force constant...
 13.97: An object undergoes simple harmonic motion of amplitude A and angul...
 13.98: Aphysical pendulum consists of a light rod of length Lsuspended in ...
 13.99: Avertical hollow tube is connected to a speaker, which vibrates ver...
 13.100: If the temperature is increased by 10 degrees Fahrenheit, how many ...
 13.101: What is the temperature in degrees Fahrenheit if a cricket is obser...
 13.102: What is the frequency of the crickets chirping (in Hz) when the tem...
 13.103: Suppose the temperature decreases uniformly from 75 F to 63 F in 12...
 13.104: Referring to Example 133 Suppose we can change the planes period of...
 13.105: Referring to Example 136 Suppose the force constant of the spring i...
 13.106: Referring to Example 136 (a) If the blocks initial speed is increas...
Solutions for Chapter 13: Physics 4th Edition
Full solutions for Physics  4th Edition
ISBN: 9780321611116
Solutions for Chapter 13
Get Full Solutions
Solutions for Chapter 13
25
1
This textbook survival guide was created for the textbook: Physics, edition: 4. Chapter 13 includes 106 full stepbystep solutions. Since 106 problems in chapter 13 have been answered, more than 59714 students have viewed full stepbystep solutions from this chapter. This expansive textbook survival guide covers the following chapters and their solutions. Physics was written by and is associated to the ISBN: 9780321611116.
Key Physics Terms and definitions covered in this textbook

//
parallel

any symbol
average (indicated by a bar over a symbol—e.g., v¯ is average velocity)

°C
Celsius degree

°F
Fahrenheit degree