 14.1: Give some examples of everyday vibrating objects. Whichexhibit SHM,...
 14.2: Is the acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator everzero? If so...
 14.3: Explain why the motion of a piston in an automobile engineis approx...
 14.4: Real springs have mass. Will the true period and frequency belarger...
 14.5: How could you double the maximum speed of a simpleharmonic oscillat...
 14.6: A 5.0kg trout is attached to the hook of a vertical springscale, a...
 14.7: If a pendulum clock is accurate at sea level, will it gain orlose t...
 14.8: A tire swing hanging from a branch reaches nearly to theground (Fig...
 14.9: A tire swing hanging from a branch reaches nearly to theground (Fig...
 14.10: A 100g mass hangs from a long cord forming a pendulum.The mass is ...
 14.11: Two equal masses are attached to separate identical springsnext to ...
 14.12: Does a car bounce on its springs faster when it is empty orwhen it ...
 14.13: What is the approximate period of your walking step?
 14.14: What happens to the period of a playground swing if yourise up from...
 14.15: A thin uniform rod of mass m is suspended from one endand oscillate...
 14.16: A tuning fork of natural frequency 264 Hz sits on a table atthe fro...
 14.17: Why can you make water slosh back and forth in a pan onlyif you sha...
 14.18: Give several everyday examples of resonance.
 14.19: Is a rattle in a car ever a resonance phenomenon? Explain.
 14.20: Over the years, buildings have been able to be built out oflighter ...
 14.21: 21. (II) Consider two objects, A and B, both undergoing SHM,but wit...
 14.22: (II) A 1.60kg object oscillates from a vertically hanginglight spr...
 14.23: (II) A 1.60kg object oscillates from a vertically hanginglight spr...
 14.24: (II) A block of mass ra is supported by two identicalparallel verti...
 14.25: (Ill) A mass m is connected to two springs, with springconstants /q...
 14.26: (Ill) A mass ra is at rest on the end of a spring of springconstant...
 14.27: (I) A 1.15kg mass oscillates according to the equationx = 0.650 co...
 14.28: (I) (a) At what displacement of a SHO is the energy halfkinetic and...
 14.29: (II) Draw a graph like Fig. 1411 for a horizontal springwhose spri...
 14.30: (II) A 0.35kg mass at the end of a spring oscillates 2.5 timesper ...
 14.31: (II) It takes a force of 95.0 N to compress the spring of a toypopg...
 14.32: (II) A 0.0125kg bullet strikes a 0.240kg block attachedto a fixed...
 14.33: (II) If one oscillation has 5.0 times the energy of a secondone of ...
 14.34: (II) A mass of 240 g oscillates on a horizontal frictionlesssurface...
 14.35: (II) A mass resting on a horizontal, frictionless surface isattache...
 14.36: (II) An object with mass 2.7 kg is executing simple harmonicmotion,...
 14.37: (II) Agent Arlene devised the following method ofmeasuring the muzz...
 14.38: II) Obtain the displacement x as a function of timefor the simple h...
 14.39: (II) At t = 0, a 785g mass at rest on the end of a horizontalsprin...
 14.40: (II) A pinball machine uses a spring launcher that iscompressed 6.0...
 14.41: (I) A pendulum has a period of 1.35 s on Earth. What is itsperiod o...
 14.42: (I) A pendulum makes 32 oscillations in exactly 50 s. What isits (a...
 14.43: (II) A simple pendulum is 0.30 m long. At t = 0 it isreleased from ...
 14.44: (II) What is the period of a simple pendulum 53 cm long(a) on the E...
 14.45: (II) A simple pendulum oscillates with an amplitude of10.0. What fr...
 14.46: (II) Your grandfather clocks pendulum has a length of0.9930 m. If t...
 14.47: (II) Derive a formula for the maximum speed vmax of asimple pendulu...
 14.48: (II) A pendulum consists of a tiny bob of mass M and auniform cord ...
 14.49: (II) The balance wheel of a watch is a thin ring of radius0.95 cm a...
 14.50: (II) The human leg can be compared to a physicalpendulum, with a na...
 14.51: (II) (a) Determine the equation of motion (for 0 as afunction of ti...
 14.52: (II) A student wants to use a meter stick as a pendulum.She plans t...
 14.53: (II) A meter stick is hung at its center from a thin wire(Fig. 143...
 14.54: (II) An aluminum disk, 12.5 cm in diameter and 375 g inmass, is mou...
 14.55: (II) A plywood disk of radius 20.0 cm and mass 2.20 kghas a small h...
 14.56: (II) A 0.835kg block oscillates on the end of a spring whosespring...
 14.57: (II) Estimate how the damping constant changes when acars shock abs...
 14.58: (II) A physical pendulum consists of an 85cmlong, 240gmass,unif...
 14.59: (II) A damped harmonic oscillator loses 6.0% of its mechanicalenerg...
 14.60: (II) A damped harmonic oscillator loses 6.0% of its mechanicalenerg...
 14.61: (Ill) (a) Show that the total mechanical energy,E = \mv2 + \k x 2, ...
 14.62: (Ill) A glider on an air track is connected by springs toeither end...
 14.63: (II) (a) For a forced oscillation at resonance (&> = &>0), whatis t...
 14.64: (II) Differentiate Eq. 1423 to show that the resonantamplitude pea...
 14.65: (II) An 1150 kg automobile has springs with k = 16,000 N/m.One of t...
 14.66: (II) Construct an accurate resonance curve, from to = 0 tow = 2o)0,...
 14.67: (II) The amplitude of a driven harmonic oscillator reaches avalue o...
 14.68: (Ill) By direct substitution, show that Eq. 1422, withEqs. 1423 a...
 14.69: long with a Q of 350. (a) How long does it take for theamplitude (a...
 14.70: A 62kg person jumps from a window to a fire net 20.0 mbelow, which...
 14.71: An energyabsorbing car bumper has a spring constant of430 kN/m. Fi...
 14.72: The length of a simple pendulum is 0.63 m, the pendulum bobhas a ma...
 14.73: A simple pendulum oscillates with frequency?
 14.74: A 0.650kg mass oscillates according to the equationx = 0.25 sin(5....
 14.75: (a) A crane has hoisted a 1350kg car at the junkyard. Thecranes st...
 14.76: An oxygen atom at a particular site within a DNA moleculecan be mad...
 14.77: A seconds pendulum has a period of exactly 2.000 s. Thatis, each on...
 14.78: A 320kg wooden raft floats on a lake. When a 75kg manstands on th...
 14.79: At what displacement from equilibrium is the speed ofa SHO half the...
 14.80: A diving board oscillates with simple harmonic motion offrequency 2...
 14.81: A rectangular block of wood floats in a calm lake. Showthat, if fri...
 14.82: A 950kg car strikes a huge spring at a speed of 25 m/s(Fig. 1441)...
 14.83: A 1.60kg table is supported on four springs. A 0.80kgchunk of mod...
 14.84: In some diatomic molecules, the force each atom exerts onthe other ...
 14.85: A mass attached to the end of a spring is stretched adistance x0 fr...
 14.86: Carbon dioxide is a linear molecule. The carbonoxygen bondsin this...
 14.87: Imagine that a 10cmdiameter circular hole was drilled allthe way ...
 14.88: A thin, straight, uniform rod of length = 1.00 m and massm = 215 g ...
 14.89: A mass m is gently placed on the end of a freely hangingspring. The...
 14.90: A child of mass m sits on top of a rectangular slab of massM = 35 k...
 14.91: Estimate the effective spring constant of a trampoline.
 14.92: In Section 145, the oscillation of a simple pendulum(Fig. 1446) i...
 14.93: (II) A mass m on a frictionless surface is attached to aspring with...
 14.94: (Ill) Damping proportional to v2. Suppose the oscillatorof Example ...
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