 9.1: Two points are on a disk that is turning about a fixed axis perpend...
 9.2: True or false: (a) Angular speed and linear speed have the same dim...
 9.3: Starting from rest and rotating at constant angular acceleration, a...
 9.4: You are looking down from above at a merrygoround and observe tha...
 9.5: Chad and Tara go for a ride on a merrygoround. Chad sits on a pon...
 9.6: Disk B was identical to disk A before a hole was drilled though the...
 9.7: CONTEXTRICH The pitcher in a baseball game has a blazing fastball....
 9.8: (a) Is the direction of an objects angular velocity necessarily the...
 9.9: A disk is free to rotate about a fixed axis. A tangential force app...
 9.10: The moment of inertia of an object about an axis that does not pass...
 9.11: The motor of a merrygoround exerts a constant torque on it. As it...
 9.12: A constant net torque acts on a merrygoround from startup until i...
 9.13: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Most doors knobs are designed so the knob i...
 9.14: A wheel of radius R and angular speed v is rolling without slipping...
 9.15: A uniform solid cylinder and a uniform solid sphere have equal mass...
 9.16: Two identicallooking 1.0mlong pipes are each plugged with of lea...
 9.17: Starting simultaneously from rest, a coin and a hoop roll without s...
 9.18: For a hoop of mass M and radius R that is rolling without slipping,...
 9.19: For a disk of mass M and radius R that is rolling without slipping,...
 9.20: A perfectly rigid ball rolls without slipping along a perfectly rig...
 9.21: A spool is free to rotate about a fixed axis, and a string wrapped ...
 9.22: You want to locate the center of gravity of an arbitrarily shaped f...
 9.23: A baseball is thrown at and with a spin rate of If the distance bet...
 9.24: Consider the Crab Pulsar, discussed on page 293. Justify the statem...
 9.25: A 14kg bicycle has 1.2mdiameter wheels, each with a mass of The ...
 9.26: Why does toast falling off a table always land jellyside down? The...
 9.27: Consider your moment of inertia about a vertical axis through the c...
 9.28: A particle moves with a constant speed of in a 90mradius circle. ...
 9.29: Awheel released from rest is rotating with constant angular acceler...
 9.30: MULTISTEP When a turntable rotating at is shut off, it comes to res...
 9.31: A12cmradius disk that begins to rotate about its axis at rotates ...
 9.32: A12mradius Ferris wheel rotates once each (a) What is its angular...
 9.33: A cyclist accelerates uniformly from rest. After the wheels have ro...
 9.34: What is the angular speed of Earth in radians per second as it rota...
 9.35: Awheel rotates through in as it is brought to rest with constant an...
 9.36: A bicycle has 0.750mdiameter wheels. The bicyclist accelerates fr...
 9.37: ENGINEERING APPLICATION The tape in a standard VHS videotape casset...
 9.38: CONTEXTRICH To start a lawn mower, you must pull on a rope wound a...
 9.39: Mars orbits the Sun at a mean orbital radius of and has an orbital ...
 9.40: A tennis ball has a mass of and a diameter of Find the moment of in...
 9.41: Four particles, one at each of the four corners of a square with 2....
 9.42: Use the parallelaxis theorem and the result for to find the moment...
 9.43: For the fourparticle system of Figure 945, (a) find the moment of...
 9.44: Determine the moment of inertia of a uniform solid sphere of mass M...
 9.45: A 1.00mdiameter wagon wheel consists of a thin rim having a mass ...
 9.46: MULTISTEP Two point masses and are separated by a massless rod of l...
 9.47: A uniform rectangular plate has mass m and edges of lengths a and b...
 9.48: CONTEXTRICH In attempting to ensure a spot on the pep squad, you a...
 9.49: The methane molecule has four hydrogen atoms located at the vertice...
 9.50: A hollow cylinder has mass m, an outside radius and an inside radiu...
 9.51: BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION While slapping the waters surface with his t...
 9.52: CONTEXTRICH To prevent damage to her shoulders, your elderly grand...
 9.53: Use integration to show that the moment of inertia of a thin spheri...
 9.54: According to one model, the density of Earth varies with the distan...
 9.55: Use integration to determine the moment of inertia about its axis o...
 9.56: Use integration to determine the moment of inertia of a thin unifor...
 9.57: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH An advertising firm has conta...
 9.58: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH A firm wants to determine the...
 9.59: A 2.5kg 11cmradius cylinder, initially at rest, is free to rotat...
 9.60: A grinding wheel is initially at rest. A constant external torque o...
 9.61: Apendulum consisting of a string of length L attached to a bob of m...
 9.62: A uniform rod of mass M and length L is pivoted at one end and hang...
 9.63: MULTISTEP Auniform horizontal disk of mass Mand radius R is spinnin...
 9.64: The particles in Figure 952 are connected by a very light rod. The...
 9.65: A1.4kg 15cmdiameter solid sphere is rotating about its diameter ...
 9.66: Calculate the kinetic energy of Earth due to its spinning about its...
 9.67: A 2000kg block is lifted at a constant speed of by a steel cable t...
 9.68: A uniform disk that has a mass M and a radius R can rotate freely a...
 9.69: Auniform 1.5mdiameter ring is pivoted at a point on its perimeter...
 9.70: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH You set out to design a car t...
 9.71: The system shown in Figure 955 consists of a 4.0kg block resting ...
 9.72: For the system in 71, the 2.0kg block is released from rest. (a) F...
 9.73: For the system in 71, if the (frictionless) ledge were adjustable i...
 9.74: In the system shown in Figure 955, there is a 4.0kg block resting...
 9.75: A 1200kg car is being raised over water by a winch. At the moment ...
 9.76: The system in Figure 957 is released from rest when the 30kg bloc...
 9.77: A uniform solid sphere of mass M and radius R is free to rotate abo...
 9.78: Two objects, of masses and are connected by a string of negligible ...
 9.79: Two objects are attached to ropes that are attached to two wheels o...
 9.80: The upper end of the string wrapped around the cylinder in Figure 9...
 9.81: A uniform cylinder of mass and radius R is pivoted on frictionless ...
 9.82: A device for measuring the moment of inertia of an object is shown ...
 9.83: A homogeneous 60kg cylinder of radius is rolling without slipping ...
 9.84: An object is rolling without slipping. What percentage of its total...
 9.85: In 1993 a giant 400kg yoyo with a radius of was dropped from a cr...
 9.86: A uniform cylinder of mass M and radius R has a string wrapped arou...
 9.87: A 0.10kg yoyo consisting of two solid disks, each of radius is jo...
 9.88: Auniform solid sphere rolls down an incline without slipping. If th...
 9.89: A thin spherical shell rolls down an incline without slipping. If t...
 9.90: A basketball rolls without slipping down an incline of angle u. The...
 9.91: A uniform solid cylinder of wood rolls without slipping down an inc...
 9.92: Released from rest at the same height, a thin spherical shell and s...
 9.93: A uniform, thin cylindrical shell and a solid cylinder roll horizon...
 9.94: A thin cylindrical shell and a solid sphere start from rest and rol...
 9.95: A wheel has a thin 3.0kg rim and four spokes, each of mass Find th...
 9.96: A uniform solid cylinder of mass M and radius R is at rest on a sla...
 9.97: (a) Find the angular acceleration of the cylinder in 96. Is the cyl...
 9.98: MULTISTEP If the force in acts over a distance d, in terms of the s...
 9.99: ENGINEERING APPLICATION Two large gears that are being designed as ...
 9.100: ENGINEERING APPLICATION, CONTEXTRICH As the chief design engineer ...
 9.101: Abowling ball of mass Mand radius R is released so that at the inst...
 9.102: CONTEXTRICH During a game of pool, the cue ball (a uniform sphere ...
 9.103: A uniform solid sphere is set rotating about a horizontal axis at a...
 9.104: A uniform solid ball that has a mass of and a radius of rests on a ...
 9.105: A 0.16kg billiard ball whose radius is is given a sharp blow by a ...
 9.106: A billiard ball that is initially at rest is given a sharp blow by ...
 9.107: A bowling ball of radius R has an initial speed down the lane and a...
 9.108: The radius of a small playground merrygoround is To start it rota...
 9.109: Auniform 2.00mlong stick is raised at an angle of to the horizont...
 9.110: Auniform 5.0kg disk has a radius of and is pivoted so that it rota...
 9.111: A uniform 0.25kg thin rod that has an length is free to rotate abo...
 9.112: A marble of mass M and radius R rolls without slipping down the tra...
 9.113: A uniform 120kg disk with a radius equal to initially rotates with...
 9.114: A daycare center has a merrygoround that consists of a uniform 2...
 9.115: A uniform 1.5kg hoop with a 65cm radius has a string wrapped arou...
 9.116: A handdriven grinding wheel is a uniform 60kg disk with a 45cm r...
 9.117: A uniform disk of radius R and mass M is pivoted about a horizontal...
 9.118: ENGINEERING APPLICATION The roof of the student dining hall at your...
 9.119: CONTEXTRICH You are participating in league bowling with your frie...
 9.120: Figure 974 shows a hollow cylinder that has a length equal to a ma...
 9.121: Apopular classroom demonstration involves taking a meterstick and h...
 9.122: A solid metal rod long is free to pivot without friction about a fi...
 9.123: Suppose that for the system described in 120, the force constants a...
 9.124: A string is wrapped around a uniform solid cylinder of radius R and...
 9.125: SPREADSHEET Let us calculate the position y of the falling load att...
 9.126: Figure 975 shows a solid cylinder that has mass M and radius R to ...
 9.127: In problems dealing with a pulley with a nonzero moment of inertia,...
 9.128: A massive, uniform cylinder has a mass m and a radius R (Figure 97...
 9.129: Auniform rod that has a length L and a mass Mis free to rotate abou...
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