 8.1: List some everyday forces that are not conservative, andexplain why...
 8.2: You lift a heavy book from a table to a high shelf. List theforces ...
 8.3: The net force acting on a particle is conservative andincreases the...
 8.4: When a superball is dropped, can it rebound to a greaterheight than...
 8.5: A hill has a height h. A child on a sled (total mass ra)slides down...
 8.6: Why is it tiring to push hard against a solid wall eventhough no wo...
 8.7: Analyze the motion of a simple swinging pendulum interms of energy,...
 8.8: Describe precisely what is wrong physically in the famousEscher dra...
 8.9: In Fig. 825, water balloons are tossed from the roof of abuilding,...
 8.10: A coil spring of mass m rests upright on a table. If youcompress th...
 8.11: What happens to the gravitational potential energy whenwater at the...
 8.12: Experienced hikers prefer to step over a fallen log in theirpath ra...
 8.13: (a) Where does the kinetic energy come from when a caraccelerates u...
 8.14: The Earth is closest to the Sun in winter (Northern Hemisphere).Whe...
 8.15: Can the total mechanical energy E = K + U ever benegative? Explain.
 8.16: Suppose that you wish to launch a rocket from the surfaceof the Ear...
 8.17: Recall from Chapter 4, Example 414, that you can usepulley and rop...
 8.18: Two identical arrows, one with twice the speed of the other,are fir...
 8.19: A bowling ball is hung from the ceiling by a steel wire (Fig. 827)...
 8.20: A pendulum is launched from a point that is a height habove its low...
 8.21: Describe the energy transformations when a child hopsaround on a po...
 8.22: Describe the energy transformations that take place when askier sta...
 8.23: Suppose you lift a suitcase from the floor to a table. Thework you ...
 8.24: Repeat Question 23 for the power needed instead of thework.
 8.25: Why is it easier to climb a mountain via a zigzag trail ratherthan ...
 8.26: Figure 829 shows a potential energy curve, U{x). (a) Atwhich point...
 8.27: (a) Describe in detail the velocity changes of a particle that hase...
 8.28: Name the type of equilibrium for each position of the ballsin Fig. ...
 8.29: (I) Two railroad cars, each of mass 56,000 kg, are traveling95 km/h...
 8.30: (I) A 16.0kg child descends a slide 2.20 m high and reachesthe bot...
 8.31: (II) A ski starts from rest and slides down a 28 incline 85 mlong, ...
 8.32: (II) A 145g baseball is dropped from a tree 14.0 m abovethe ground...
 8.33: (II) A 96kg crate, starting from rest, is pulled across a floorwit...
 8.34: (II) Suppose the rollercoaster car in Fig. 832 passes point 1with...
 8.35: (II) A skier traveling 9.0 m/s reaches the foot of a steadyupward 1...
 8.36: (II) Consider the track shown in Fig. 837. The section ABis one qu...
 8.37: (II) A 0.620kg wood block is firmly attached to a very lighthorizo...
 8.38: (II) A 180g wood block is firmly attached to a very lighthorizonta...
 8.39: (II) You drop a ball from a height of 2.0 m, and it bounces backto ...
 8.40: (II) A 56kg skier starts from rest at the top of a 1200mlongtrail...
 8.41: (II) How much does your gravitational energy change whenyou jump as...
 8.42: (Ill) A spring (k = 75 N/m) has an equilibrium length of1.00 m. The...
 8.43: (Ill) A 2.0kg block slides along a horizontal surface with acoeffi...
 8.44: (Ill) Early test flights for the space shuttle used a glider(mass o...
 8.45: (I) For a satellite of mass ras in a circular orbit of radius rsaro...
 8.46: (I) Jill and her friends have built a small rocket that soonafter l...
 8.47: (I) The escape velocity from planet A is double that forplanet B. T...
 8.48: (II) Determine the escape velocity from the Sun for anobject (a) at...
 8.49: (II) Determine the escape velocity from the Sun for anobject (a) at...
 8.50: (II) Two Earth satellites, A and B, each of mass m = 950 kg,are lau...
 8.51: (II) Show that the escape velocity for any satellite in acircular o...
 8.52: (II) (a) Show that the total mechanical energy of a satellite(mass ...
 8.53: (II) Take into account the Earths rotational speed (1 rev/day)and d...
 8.54: (II) (a) Determine a formula for the maximum height h that arocket ...
 8.55: (II) (a) Determine the rate at which the escape velocity fromthe Ea...
 8.56: (II) A meteorite has a speed of 90.0 m/s when 850 km abovethe Earth...
 8.57: (II) How much work would be required to move a satelliteof mass m f...
 8.58: (II) (a) Suppose we have three masses, m i,m 2, and m3,that initial...
 8.59: (II) A NASA satellite has just observed an asteroid that ison a col...
 8.60: (II) A sphere of radius has a concentric spherical cavity ofradius ...
 8.61: (Ill) To escape the solar system, an interstellar spacecraftmust ov...
 8.62: (I) How long will it take a 1750W motor to lift a 335kgpiano to a...
 8.63: (I) If a car generates 18 hp when traveling at a steady95 km/h, wha...
 8.64: (I) An 85kg football player traveling 5.0 m/s is stopped in1.0 s b...
 8.65: (II) A driver notices that her 1080kg car slows down from95 km/h t...
 8.66: (II) How much work can a 3.0hp motor do in 1.0 h?
 8.67: (II) An outboard motor for a boat is rated at 55 hp. If it canmove ...
 8.68: (II) A 1400kg sports car accelerates from rest to 95 km/h in7.4 s....
 8.69: (II) During a workout, football players ran up the stadiumstairs in...
 8.70: (II) A pump lifts 21.0 kg of water per minute through aheight of 3....
 8.71: (II) A ski area claims that its lifts can move 47,000 peopleper hou...
 8.72: (II) A 75kg skier grips a moving rope that is powered by anengine ...
 8.73: (Ill) The position of a 280g object is given (in meters) byx = 5.0...
 8.74: (Ill) A bicyclist coasts down a 6.0 hill at a steady speed of4.0 m/...
 8.75: (II) Draw a potential energy diagram, U vs. x, and analyzethe motio...
 8.76: (II) The spring of has a stiffness constantk = 160 N/m. The mass m ...
 8.77: (Ill) The potential energy of the two atoms in a diatomic(twoatom)...
 8.78: (Ill) The binding energy of a twoparticle system is definedas the ...
 8.79: What is the average power output of an elevator that lifts885 kg a ...
 8.80: A projectile is fired at an upward angle of 48.0 from thetop of a 1...
 8.81: Water flows over a dam at the rate of 580 kg/s and fallsvertically ...
 8.82: A bicyclist of mass 75 kg (including the bicycle) can coastdown a 4...
 8.83: A 62kg skier starts from rest at the top of a ski jump, point Ain ...
 8.84: Repeat 83, but now assume the ski jump turnsupward at point B and g...
 8.85: A ball is attached to a horizontal cord of length whoseother end is...
 8.86: Show that h must be greater than 0.60 if the ball in Fig. 842is to...
 8.87: Show that on a roller coaster with a circular vertical loop(Fig. 8...
 8.88: If you stand on a bathroom scale, the spring inside thescale compre...
 8.89: A 65kg hiker climbs to the top of a 4200mhigh mountain.The climb...
 8.90: The small mass m sliding without friction along the loopedtrack sho...
 8.91: A 56kg student runs at 5.0 m/s, grabs a hanging rope,and swings ou...
 8.92: The nuclear force between two neutrons in a nucleus isdescribed rou...
 8.93: fire hose for use in urban areas must be able to shoot astream of w...
 8.94: A 16kg sled starts up a 28 incline with a speed of 2.4 m/s.The coe...
 8.95: The Lunar Module could make a safe landing if its verticalvelocity ...
 8.96: Proper design of automobile braking systems must accountfor heat bu...
 8.97: Some electric power companies use water to store energy.Water is pu...
 8.98: Estimate the energy required from fuel to launch a 1465kgsatellite...
 8.99: A satellite is in an elliptic orbit around the Earth (Fig. 846).It...
 8.100: mass m at a distance r from the center of the Earth is given byU(r)...
 8.101: (a) If the human body could convert a candy bar directlyinto work, ...
 8.102: Electric energy units are often expressed in the form of kilowatth...
 8.103: Chris jumps off a bridge with a bungee cord (a heavystretchable cor...
 8.104: In a common test for cardiac function (the stress test),the patient...
 8.105: (a) If a volcano spews a 450kg rock vertically upwarda distance of...
 8.106: A film of Jesse Owenss famous long jump (Fig. 849) inthe 1936 Olym...
 8.107: An elevator cable breaks when a 920kg elevator is 24 mabove a huge...
 8.108: A particle moves where its potential energy is given byU(r) = U0 [(...
 8.109: A particle of mass m moves under the influence of apotential energy...
 8.110: (Ill) The two atoms in a diatomic molecule exert anattractive force...
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