 3.1: Can the magnitude of the displacement of a particle be less than th...
 3.2: Give an example in which the distance traveled is a significant amo...
 3.3: What is the average velocity of a batter who hits a home run (from ...
 3.4: Abaseball is hit so its initial velocity upon leaving the bat makes...
 3.5: If an object is moving toward the west at some instant, in what dir...
 3.6: Two astronauts are working on the lunar surface to install a new te...
 3.7: The velocity of a particle is directed toward the east while the ac...
 3.8: Assume you know the position vectors of a particle at two points on...
 3.9: Consider the path of a moving particle. (a) How is the velocity vec...
 3.10: The acceleration of a car is zero when it is (a) turning right at a...
 3.11: Give examples of motion in which the directions of the velocity and...
 3.12: How is it possible for a particle moving at constant speed to be ac...
 3.13: Imagine throwing a dart straight upward so that it sticks into the ...
 3.14: As a bungee jumper approaches the lowest point in her descent, the ...
 3.15: After reaching the lowest point in her jump at time tlow, a bungee ...
 3.16: A river is 0.76 km wide. The banks are straight and parallel (Figur...
 3.17: During a heavy rain, the drops are falling at a constant velocity a...
 3.18: In 17, what is your walking speed if the speed of the drops relativ...
 3.19: True or false (ignore any effects due to air resistance): (a) When ...
 3.20: A projectile is fired at 35 above the horizontal. Any effects due t...
 3.21: A projectile is fired at 35 above the horizontal. Any effects due t...
 3.22: A projectile is fired at 35 above the horizontal. Any effects due t...
 3.23: Figure 329 represents the parabolic trajectory of a projectile goi...
 3.24: Figure 329 represents the trajectory of a projectile going from A ...
 3.25: True or false: (a) If an objects speed is constant, then its accele...
 3.26: The initial and final velocities of a particle are as shown in Figu...
 3.27: The automobile path shown in Figure 331 is made up of straight lin...
 3.28: Two cannons are pointed directly toward each other, as shown in Fig...
 3.29: Galileo wrote the following in his Dialogue concerning the two worl...
 3.30: A man swings a stone attached to a rope in a horizontal circle at c...
 3.31: True or false: (a) An object cannot move in a circle unless it has ...
 3.32: Using a motion diagram, find the direction of the acceleration of t...
 3.33: CONTEXTRICH During your rookie bungee jump, your friend records yo...
 3.34: CONTEXTRICH Estimate the speed in mph with which water comes out o...
 3.35: CONTEXTRICH You won a contest to spend a day with a baseball team ...
 3.36: Estimate how far you can throw a ball if you throw it (a) horizonta...
 3.37: In 1978, Geoff Capes of Great Britain threw a heavy brick a horizon...
 3.38: A wall clock has a minute hand with a length of 0.50 m and an hour ...
 3.39: In 38, find the displacements of the tip of each hand (that is, and...
 3.40: In 38, write the vector that describes the displacement of a fly if...
 3.41: CONCEPTUAL, APPROXIMATION A bear, awakening from winter hibernation...
 3.42: Ascout walks 2.4 km due east from camp, then turns left and walks 2...
 3.43: The faces of a cubical storage cabinet in your garage have 3.0mlo...
 3.44: CONTEXTRICH You are the navigator of a ship at sea. You receive ra...
 3.45: A stationary radar operator determines that a ship is 10 km due sou...
 3.46: A particles position coordinates (x, y) are (2.0 m, 3.0 m) at t _ 0...
 3.47: A particle moving at a velocity of 4.0 m/s in the _x direction is g...
 3.48: Initially, a swiftmoving hawk is moving due west with a speed of 3...
 3.49: At t _ 0, a particle located at the origin has a velocity of 40 m/s...
 3.50: At time zero, a particle is at x _ 4.0 m and y _ 3.0 m and has velo...
 3.51: Aparticle has a position vector given by _ (30t) _ (40t _ 5t2) , wh...
 3.52: A particle has a constant acceleration of (6.0 m/s2) _ (4.0 m/s2) ....
 3.53: Starting from rest at a dock, a motor boat on a lake heads north wh...
 3.54: Starting from rest at point A, you ride your motorcycle north to po...
 3.55: Aplane flies at an airspeed of 250 km/h. Awind is blowing at 80 km/...
 3.56: A swimmer heads directly across a river, swimming at 1.6 m/s relati...
 3.57: A small plane departs from point A heading for an airport 520 km du...
 3.58: Two boat landings are 2.0 km apart on the same bank of a stream tha...
 3.59: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH During a radiocontrolled mod...
 3.60: CONTEXTRICH You are piloting a small plane that can maintain an ai...
 3.61: Car A is traveling east at 20 m/s toward an intersection. As car A ...
 3.62: While walking between gates at an airport, you notice a child runni...
 3.63: Ben and Jack are shopping in a department store. Ben leaves Jack at...
 3.64: A juggler traveling in a train on level track throws a ball straigh...
 3.65: What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the tip of the minute ...
 3.66: CONTEXTRICH You are designing a centrifuge to spin at a rate of 15...
 3.67: Earth rotates on its axis once every 24 hours, so that objects on i...
 3.68: Determine the acceleration of the moon toward Earth, using values f...
 3.69: (a) What are the period and speed of a person on a carousel if the ...
 3.70: Pulsars are neutron stars that emit X rays and other radiation in s...
 3.71: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION Human blood contains plasma, platelets, and ...
 3.72: While trying out for the position of pitcher on your high school ba...
 3.73: A projectile is launched with speed v0 at an angle of _0 above the ...
 3.74: A cannonball is fired with initial speed v0 at an angle 30 above th...
 3.75: In Figure 335, what is the minimum initial speed of the dart if it...
 3.76: A projectile is launched from ground level with an initial speed of...
 3.77: A ball launched from ground level lands 2.44 s later on a level fie...
 3.78: Consider a ball that is launched from ground level with initial spe...
 3.79: At of its maximum height, the speed of a projectile is of its initi...
 3.80: A cargo plane is flying horizontally at an altitude of 12 km with a...
 3.81: Wile E. Coyote (Carnivorus hungribilus) is chasing the Roadrunner (...
 3.82: A cannon barrel is elevated 45 above the horizontal. It fires a bal...
 3.83: A stone thrown horizontally from the top of a 24m tower hits the g...
 3.84: A projectile is fired into the air from the top of a 200m cliff ab...
 3.85: The range of a cannonball fired horizontally from a cliff is equal ...
 3.86: An archer fish launches a droplet of water from the surface of a sm...
 3.87: CONTEXTRICH You are trying out for the position of placekicker on...
 3.88: The speed of an arrow fired from a compound bow is about 45.0 m/s. ...
 3.89: The roof of a twostory house makes an angle of 30 with the horizon...
 3.90: Compute dR/d_0 from and show that setting dR/d_0 _ 0 gives _0 _ 45 ...
 3.91: In a science fiction short story written in the 1970s, Ben Bova des...
 3.92: On a level surface, a ball is launched from ground level at an angl...
 3.93: In the text, we calculated the range for a projectile that lands at...
 3.94: MULTISTEP In the text, we calculated the range for a projectile tha...
 3.95: MULTISTEP, APPROXIMATION In the text, we calculated the range for a...
 3.96: Aprojectile, fired with unknown initial velocity, lands 20.0 s late...
 3.97: Aprojectile is launched over level ground at an initial elevation a...
 3.98: A toy cannon is placed on a ramp that has a slope of angle _. (a) I...
 3.99: A rock is thrown from the top of a 20mhigh building at an angle o...
 3.100: A woman throws a ball at a vertical wall 4.0 m away (Figure 340). ...
 3.101: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Catapults date from thousands of years ago,...
 3.102: The distance from the pitchers mound to home plate is 18.4 m. The m...
 3.103: You are watching your friend play hockey. During the course of the ...
 3.104: Carlos is on his trail bike, approaching a creek bed that is 7.0 m ...
 3.105: If a bullet that leaves the muzzle of a gun at 250 m/s is to hit a ...
 3.106: During a doityourself roof repair project, you are on the roof of...
 3.107: A squash ball typically rebounds from a surface with 25% of the spe...
 3.108: A football quarterback throws a pass at an angle of 36.5. He releas...
 3.109: Suppose a test pilot is able to safely withstand an acceleration of...
 3.110: Aparticle moves in the xy plane with constant acceleration. At t _ ...
 3.111: Plane A is flying due east at an air speed of 400 mph. Directly bel...
 3.112: A diver steps off the cliffs at Acapulco, Mexico, 30.0 m above the ...
 3.113: Asmall steel ball is projected horizontally off the top of a long f...
 3.114: Suppose you can throw a ball a maximum horizontal distance L when s...
 3.115: Darlene is a stunt motorcyclist in a traveling circus. For the clim...
 3.116: Asmall boat is headed for a harbor 32 km directly northwest of its ...
 3.117: Galileo showed that, if any effects due to air resistance are ignor...
 3.118: Two balls are thrown with equal speeds from the top of a cliff of h...
 3.119: In his car, a driver tosses an egg vertically from chest height so ...
 3.120: A straight line is drawn on the surface of a 16cmradius turntable...
 3.121: On a windless day, a stunt pilot is flying his vintage World War I ...
 3.122: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH A cargo plane in flight lost ...
Solutions for Chapter 3: MOTION IN TWO AND THREE DIMENSIONS
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