 4.4.1: How do objects accelerate in two dimensions?
 4.4.2: What is projectile motion?
 4.4.3: What is relative motion?
 4.4.4: What is circular motion?
 4.4.5: What is centripetal acceleration?
 4.4.6: Where is twodimensional motion used?
 4.4.7: A sports cars position on a winding road is given by r u = 16.0t  ...
 4.4.8: During which time interval or intervals is the particle described b...
 4.4.9: A ball rolls down a long hill, through the valley, and back up the ...
 4.4.10: This acceleration will cause the particle to a. Speed up and curve ...
 4.4.11: In the distant future, a small spacecraft is drifting north through...
 4.4.12: A 50 g marble rolls off a table and hits 2 m from the base of the t...
 4.4.13: A stunt man drives a car off a 10.0mhigh cliff at a speed of 20.0...
 4.4.14: A plane traveling horizontally to the right at 100 m/s flies past a...
 4.4.15: Frogs, with their long, strong legs, are excellent jumpers. And tha...
 4.4.16: A particle moves cw around a circle at constant speed for 2.0 s. It...
 4.4.17: The police are chasing a bank robber. While driving at 50 m/s, they...
 4.4.18: Rank in order, from largest to smallest, the centripetal accelerati...
 4.4.19: Cleveland is 300 miles east of Chicago. A plane leaves Chicago flyi...
 4.4.20: The fan blade is slowing down. What are the signs of v and a? a. v ...
 4.4.21: A wiser pilot flying from Chicago to Cleveland on the same day plot...
 4.4.22: A 4.0cmdiameter crankshaft turns at 2400 rpm (revolutions per min...
 4.4.23: FIGURE 4.25 shows the angular position of a painted dot on the edge...
 4.4.24: A small steel roulette ball rolls ccw around the inside of a 30cmd...
 4.4.25: A typical carnival Ferris wheel has a radius of 9.0 m and rotates 4...
 4.4.26: FIGURE 4.31a is a graph of angular velocity versus time for a rotat...
 4.4.27: A ceiling fan spinning at 60 rpm coasts to a stop 25 s after being ...
 4.4.28: Youve been assigned the task of measuring the startup characterist...
 4.4.29: One day when you come into lab, you see a springloaded wheel that ...
 4.4.30: a. At this instant, is the particle in FIGURE Q4.1 speeding up, slo...
 4.4.31: a. At this instant, is the particle in FIGURE Q4.2 speeding up, slo...
 4.4.32: Tarzan swings through the jungle by hanging from a vine. a. Immedia...
 4.4.33: A projectile is launched at an angle of 30. a. Is there any point o...
 4.4.34: For a projectile, which of the following quantities are constant du...
 4.4.35: A cart that is rolling at constant velocity on a level table fires ...
 4.4.36: A rock is thrown from a bridge at an angle 30 below horizontal. Imm...
 4.4.37: Anita is running to the right at 5 m/s in FIGURE Q4.8. Balls 1 and ...
 4.4.38: An electromagnet on the ceiling of an airplane holds a steel ball. ...
 4.4.39: Zack is driving past his house in FIGURE Q4.10. He wants to toss hi...
 4.4.40: In FIGURE Q4.11, Yvette and Zack are driving down the freeway side ...
 4.4.41: In uniform circular motion, which of the following quantities are c...
 4.4.42: FIGURE Q4.13 shows three points on a steadily rotating wheel. a. Ra...
 4.4.43: FIGURE Q4.14 shows four rotating wheels. For each, determine the si...
 4.4.44: FIGURE Q4.15 shows a pendulum at one end point of its arc. a. At th...
 4.4.45: 1 and 2 show a partial motion diagram. For each: a. Complete the mo...
 4.4.46: 1 and 2 show a partial motion diagram. For each: a. Complete the mo...
 4.4.47: At this instant, the particle has steady speed and is curving to th...
 4.4.48: At this instant, the particle is speeding up and curving upward. Wh...
 4.4.49: At this instant, the particle is speeding up and curving downward. ...
 4.4.50: A rocketpowered hockey puck moves on a horizontal frictionless tab...
 4.4.51: A rocketpowered hockey puck moves on a horizontal frictionless tab...
 4.4.52: A particles trajectory is described by x = 1 1 2 t 3  2t 2 2m and ...
 4.4.53: A particle moving in the xyplane has velocity v u = 12tni + 13  t...
 4.4.54: A ball thrown horizontally at 25 m/s travels a horizontal distance ...
 4.4.55: A physics student on Planet Exidor throws a ball, and it follows th...
 4.4.56: A supply plane needs to drop a package of food to scientists workin...
 4.4.57: A rifle is aimed horizontally at a target 50 m away. The bullet hit...
 4.4.58: In the Olympic shotput event, an athlete throws the shot with an in...
 4.4.59: On the Apollo 14 mission to the moon, astronaut Alan Shepard hit a ...
 4.4.60: A baseball player friend of yours wants to determine his pitching s...
 4.4.61: A boat takes 3.0 hours to travel 30 km down a river, then 5.0 hours...
 4.4.62: When the moving sidewalk at the airport is broken, as it often seem...
 4.4.63: Mary needs to row her boat across a 100mwide river that is flowin...
 4.4.64: A kayaker needs to paddle north across a 100mwide harbor. The tid...
 4.4.65: Susan, driving north at 60 mph, and Trent, driving east at 45 mph, ...
 4.4.66:  FIGURE EX4.23 shows the angularvelocityversustime graph for a ...
 4.4.67: FIGURE EX4.24 shows the angularpositionversustime graph for a pa...
 4.4.68: FIGURE EX4.25 shows the angularvelocityversustime graph for a pa...
 4.4.69: The earths radius is about 4000 miles. Kampala, the capital of Ugan...
 4.4.70: An oldfashioned singleplay vinyl record rotates on a turntable at...
 4.4.71: As the earth rotates, what is the speed of (a) a physics student in...
 4.4.72: How fast must a plane fly along the earths equator so that the sun ...
 4.4.73: A 3000mhigh mountain is located on the equator. How much faster d...
 4.4.74: Peregrine falcons are known for their maneuvering ability. In a tig...
 4.4.75: To withstand gforces of up to 10 gs, caused by suddenly pulling ou...
 4.4.76: The radius of the earths very nearly circular orbit around the sun ...
 4.4.77: A speck of dust on a spinning DVD has a centripetal acceleration of...
 4.4.78: Your roommate is working on his bicycle and has the bike upside dow...
 4.4.79: FIGURE EX4.36 shows the angular velocity graph of the crankshaft in...
 4.4.80: FIGURE EX4.37 shows the angular acceleration graph of a turntable t...
 4.4.81: FIGURE EX4.38 shows the angularvelocityversustime graph for a pa...
 4.4.82: A wheel initially rotating at 60 rpm experiences the angular accele...
 4.4.83: A 5.0mdiameter merrygoround is initially turning with a 4.0 s p...
 4.4.84: An electric fan goes from rest to 1800 rpm in 4.0 s. What is its an...
 4.4.85: A bicycle wheel is rotating at 50 rpm when the cyclist begins to pe...
 4.4.86: Starting from rest, a DVD steadily accelerates to 500 rpm in 1.0 s,...
 4.4.87: A spaceship maneuvering near Planet Zeta is located at r u = 1600ni...
 4.4.88: A particle moving in the xyplane has velocity v u 0 = v0xni + v0yn...
 4.4.89: A projectiles horizontal range over level ground is v0 2 sin 2u/g. ...
 4.4.90: a. A projectile is launched with speed v0 and angle u. Derive an ex...
 4.4.91: A projectile is launched from ground level at angle u and speed v0 ...
 4.4.92: A gray kangaroo can bound across level ground with each jump carryi...
 4.4.93: A ball is thrown toward a cliff of height h with a speed of 30 m/s ...
 4.4.94: A tennis player hits a ball 2.0 m above the ground. The ball leaves...
 4.4.95: You are target shooting using a toy gun that fires a small ball at ...
 4.4.96: A 35 g steel ball is held by a ceilingmounted electromagnet 3.5 m ...
 4.4.97: You are watching an archery tournament when you start wondering how...
 4.4.98: Youre 6.0 m from one wall of the house seen in FIGURE P4.55. You wa...
 4.4.99: Sand moves without slipping at 6.0 m/s down a conveyer that is tilt...
 4.4.100: A stunt man drives a car at a speed of 20 m/s off a 30mhigh cliff...
 4.4.101: A javelin thrower standing at rest holds the center of the javelin ...
 4.4.102: A rubber ball is dropped onto a ramp that is tilted at 20, as shown...
 4.4.103: You are asked to consult for the citys research hospital, where a g...
 4.4.104: Ships A and B leave port together. For the next two hours, ship A t...
 4.4.105: While driving north at 25 m/s during a rainstorm you notice that th...
 4.4.106: Youve been assigned the task of using a shaft encodera device that ...
 4.4.107: A circular track has several concentric rings where people can run ...
 4.4.108: A typical laboratory centrifuge rotates at 4000 rpm. Test tubes hav...
 4.4.109: Astronauts use a centrifuge to simulate the acceleration of a rocke...
 4.4.110: Communications satellites are placed in a circular orbit where they...
 4.4.111: A computer hard disk 8.0 cm in diameter is initially at rest. A sma...
 4.4.112: A highspeed drill rotating ccw at 2400 rpm comes to a halt in 2.5 ...
 4.4.113: A turbine is spinning at 3800 rpm. Friction in the bearings is so l...
 4.4.114: Your 64cmdiameter car tire is rotating at 3.5 rev/s when suddenly...
 4.4.115: The angular velocity of a process control motor is v = 120  1 2 t ...
 4.4.116: A Ferris wheel of radius R speeds up with angular acceleration a st...
 4.4.117: A 6.0cmdiameter gear rotates with angular velocity v = 12.0 + 1 2...
 4.4.118: A painted tooth on a spinning gear has angular acceleration a = 120...
 4.4.119: A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 120 m and accele...
 4.4.120: A long string is wrapped around a 6.0cmdiameter cylinder, initial...
 4.4.121: In 78 through 80 you are given the equations that are used to solve...
 4.4.122: vx = 16.0 cos 452 m/s + 3.0 m/s vy = 16.0 sin 452 m/s + 0 m/s 100 ...
 4.4.123: 2.5 rad = 0 rad + vi110 s2 + 111.5 m/s2 2/2150 m22110 s22 vf = vi +...
 4.4.124: In one contest at the county fair, seen in FIGURE CP4.81, a spring...
 4.4.125: An archer standing on a 15 slope shoots an arrow 20 above the horiz...
 4.4.126: A skateboarder starts up a 1.0mhigh, 30 ramp at a speed of 7.0 m/...
 4.4.127: A cannon on a train car fires a projectile to the right with speed ...
 4.4.128: A child in danger of drowning in a river is being carried downstrea...
Solutions for Chapter 4: Kinematics in Two Dimensions
Full solutions for Physics for Scientists and Engineers: A Strategic Approach, Standard Edition (Chs 136)  4th Edition
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Solutions for Chapter 4: Kinematics in Two Dimensions
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