 10.1: A bicycle odometer (which counts revolutions and iscalibrated to re...
 10.2: Suppose a disk rotates at constant angular velocity. Does apoint on...
 10.3: Could a nonrigid object be described by a single value ofthe angula...
 10.4: Can a small force ever exert a greater torque than a largerforce? E...
 10.5: Why is it more difficult to do a situp with your handsbehind your ...
 10.6: Mammals that depend on being able to run fast have slenderlower leg...
 10.7: If the net force on a system is zero, is the net torque alsozero? I...
 10.8: Two inclines have the same height but make different angleswith the...
 10.9: Two spheres look identical and have the same mass.However, one is h...
 10.10: Two solid spheres simultaneously start rolling (from rest)down an i...
 10.11: Why do tightrope walkers (Fig. 1043) carry a long, narrowbeam?
 10.12: A sphere and a cylinder have the same radius and the samemass. They...
 10.13: The moment of inertia of this textbook would be the leastabout whic...
 10.14: The moment of inertia of a rotating solid disk about an axisthrough...
 10.15: The angular velocity of a wheel rotating on a horizontal axlepoints...
 10.16: (I) An automobile engine slows down from 3500 rpm to1200 rpm in 2.5...
 10.17: (I) A centrifuge accelerates uniformly from rest to15,000 rpm in 22...
 10.18: (I) Pilots can be tested for the stresses of flying highspeedjets ...
 10.19: (II) A cooling fan is turned off when it is running at850 rev/min. ...
 10.20: (II) Using calculus, derive the angular kinematic equations109a an...
 10.21: (II) A small rubber wheel is used to drive a large potterywheel. Th...
 10.22: (II) The angle through which a rotating wheel has turned intime t i...
 10.23: (II) The angular acceleration of a wheel, as a function oftime, is ...
 10.24: (I) A 62kg person riding a bike puts all her weight on eachpedal w...
 10.25: (I) Calculate the net torque about the axle of the wheelshown in Fi...
 10.26: (II) A person exerts a horizontal force of 32 N on the end ofa door...
 10.27: (II) Two blocks, each of mass ra, are attached to the ends ofa mass...
 10.28: (II) A wheel of diameter 27.0 cm is constrained to rotate inthe xy ...
 10.29: "(II) The bolts on the cylinder head of an engine requiretightening...
 10.30: (II) Determine the net torque on the 2.0mlong uniformbeam shown i...
 10.31: (I) Determine the moment of inertia of a 10.8kg sphere ofradius 0....
 10.32: (I) Estimate the moment of inertia of a bicycle wheel67 cm in diame...
 10.33: (II) A potter is shaping a bowl on a potters wheel rotating atconst...
 10.34: (II) An oxygen molecule consists of two oxygen atoms whosetotal mas...
 10.35: (II) A softball player swings a bat, accelerating it from restto 2....
 10.36: (II) A grinding wheel is a uniform cylinder with a radius of8.50 cm...
 10.37: (II) A small 650g ball on the end of a thin, light rod is rotatedi...
 10.38: (II) The forearm in Fig. 1052 accelerates a 3.6kg ball at7.0 m/s2...
 10.39: (II) Assume that a 1.00kg ball is thrown solely by theaction of th...
 10.40: (II) Calculate the moment of inertia of the array of pointobjects s...
 10.41: (II) A merrygoround accelerates from rest to 0.68 rad/s in24 s. A...
 10.42: (II) A 0.72mdiameter solid sphere can be rotated about anaxis thr...
 10.43: (II) Suppose the force FT in the cord hanging from thepulley of Exa...
 10.44: (II) A dad pushes tangentially on a small handdrivenmerrygoround...
 10.45: (II) Four equal masses M are spaced at equal intervals, ,along a ho...
 10.46: (II) Two blocks are connected by a light string passing overa pulle...
 10.47: (II) A helicopter rotor blade can be considered a long thinrod, as ...
 10.48: (II) A centrifuge rotor rotating at 10,300 rpm is shut off andis ev...
 10.49: (II) When discussing moments of inertia, especially forunusual or i...
 10.50: (II) To get a flat, uniform cylindrical satellite spinning at theco...
 10.51: (Ill) An Atwoods machine consists of two masses, mA andmB, which ar...
 10.52: (Ill) A string passing over a pulley has a 3.80kg masshanging from...
 10.53: (Ill) A hammer thrower accelerates the hammer(mass = 7.30 kg) from ...
 10.54: (Ill) A thin rod of length stands vertically on a table. Therod beg...
 10.55: (I) Use the parallelaxis theorem to show that the momentof inertia...
 10.56: (II) Determine the moment of inertia of a 19kg door that is2.5 m h...
 10.57: (II) Two uniform solid spheres of mass M and radius r0 areconnected...
 10.58: (II) A ball of mass M and radius rx on the end of a thinmassless ro...
 10.59: (II) A thin 7.0kg wheel of radius 32 cm is weighted to oneside by ...
 10.60: (Ill) Derive the formula for the moment of inertia of auniform thin...
 10.61: (Ill) (a) Derive the formula given in Fig. 1020h for themoment of ...
 10.62: (I) An automobile engine develops a torque of 255 m N at3750 rpm. W...
 10.63: (I) A centrifuge rotor has a moment of inertia of4.25 X 10_2kgm2. ...
 10.64: (II) A rotating uniform cylindrical platform of mass 220 kg andradi...
 10.65: (II) A merrygoround has a mass of 1640 kg and a radius of7.50 m. ...
 10.66: (II) A uniform thin rod of length and mass M is suspendedfreely fro...
 10.67: (II) Two masses, raA = 35.0 kg and raB = 38.0 kg, areconnected by a...
 10.68: (Ill) A 4.00kg mass and a 3.00kg mass are attached toopposite end...
 10.69: (Ill) A 2.30mlong pole is balanced vertically on its tip. Itstart...
 10.70: (I) Calculate the translational speed of a cylinder when itreaches ...
 10.71: (I) A bowling ball of mass 7.3 kg and radius 9.0 cm rollswithout sl...
 10.72: (I) Estimate the kinetic energy of the Earth with respect tothe Sun...
 10.73: (II) A sphere of radius r0 = 24.5 cm and mass m = 1.20 kgstarts fro...
 10.74: (II) A narrow but solid spool of thread has radius R andmass M. If ...
 10.75: (II) A ball of radius r0 rolls on the inside of a track of radius R...
 10.76: (II) A solid rubber ball rests on the floor of a railroad carwhen t...
 10.77: (II) A thin, hollow 0.545kg section of pipe of radius 10.0 cmstart...
 10.78: (II) In Example 1020, (a) how far has the ball moveddown the lane ...
 10.79: (Ill) The 1100kg mass of a car includes four tires, each ofmass (i...
 10.80: (Ill) A wheel with rotational inertia I = \M R 2 about itscentral a...
 10.81: (Ill) A small sphere of radius r0 = 1.5 cm rolls withoutslipping on...
 10.82: (I) A rolling ball slows down because the normal force doesnot pass...
 10.83: A large spool of rope rolls on the ground with the end ofthe rope l...
 10.84: On a 12.0cmdiameter audio compact disc (CD), digital bitsof infor...
 10.85: (a) A yoyo is made of two solid cylindrical disks, each ofmass 0.0...
 10.86: A cyclist accelerates from rest at a rate of 1.00 m/s2. Howfast wil...
 10.87: Suppose David puts a 0.50kg rock into a sling of length1.5 m and b...
 10.88: A 1.4kg grindstone in the shape of a uniform cylinder ofradius 0.2...
 10.89: Bicycle gears: (a) How is the angular velocity &>R of the rearwheel...
 10.90: Figure 1065 illustrates an H20 molecule. The O H bondlength is 0.9...
 10.91: One possibility for a lowpollution automobile is for it to useener...
 10.92: A hollow cylinder (hoop) is rolling on a horizontal surface 97.at s...
 10.93: A wheel of mass M has radius R. It is standing vertically onthe flo...
 10.94: A marble of mass m and radius r rolls along the loopedrough track o...
 10.95: The density (mass per unit length) of a thin rod of length increase...
 10.96: If a billiard ball is hit in just the right way by a cue stick, the...
 10.97: If the coefficient of static friction between tires and pavementis ...
 10.98: A cord connected at one end to a block which can slide onan incline...
 10.99: The radius of the roll of paper shown in Fig. 1070 is7.6 cm and it...
 10.100: A solid uniform disk of mass 21.0 kg and radius 85.0 cm is atrest f...
 10.101: When bicycle and motorcycle riders pop a wheelie, alarge accelerati...
 10.102: A crucial part of a piece of machinery starts as a flatuniform cyli...
 10.103: thin uniform stick of mass M and length i ispositioned vertically, ...
 10.104: (a) For the yoyolike cylinder of Example 1019, we sawthat the do...
 10.105: (II) Determine the torque produced about the support A ofthe rigid ...
 10.106: (II) Use the expression that was derived in forthe acceleration of ...
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