 10.1: True or false: (a) If two vectors are exactly opposite in direction...
 10.2: Consider two nonzero vectors and Their vector product has the great...
 10.3: What is the angle between a force vector and a torque vector genera...
 10.4: A point particle of mass m is moving with a constant speed along a ...
 10.5: A particle travels in a circular path, and point P is at the center...
 10.6: A particle moves along a straight line at constant speed. How does ...
 10.7: True or false: If the net torque on a rotating object is zero, the ...
 10.8: You are standing on the edge of a turntable with frictionless beari...
 10.9: If the angular momentum of a system about a fixed point P is consta...
 10.10: A block sliding on a frictionless table is attached to a string tha...
 10.11: One way to tell if an egg is hardboiled or uncooked without breakin...
 10.12: Explain why a helicopter with just one main rotor has a second smal...
 10.13: The spin angularmomentum vector for a spinning wheel is parallel w...
 10.14: CONTEXTRICH You are walking toward the north, and in your left han...
 10.15: ENGINEERING APPLICATION The angular momentum of the propeller of a ...
 10.16: CONTEXTRICH, ENGINEERING APPLICATION You have designed a car that ...
 10.17: You are sitting on a spinning piano stool with your arms folded. (a...
 10.18: A uniform rod of mass M and length L rests on a horizontal friction...
 10.19: An iceskater starts her pirouette with arms outstretched, rotating...
 10.20: Estimate the ratio of angular velocities for the rotation of a dive...
 10.21: The days on Mars and Earth are of nearly identical length. Earths m...
 10.22: The polar ice caps contain about of ice. This mass contributes negl...
 10.23: A 2.0g particle moves at a constant speed of around a circle of ra...
 10.24: Astrophysicists in the 1960s tried to explain the existence and str...
 10.25: The moment of inertia of Earth about its spin axis is approximately...
 10.26: Estimate Timothy Goebels initial takeoff speed, rotational velocity...
 10.27: A force of magnitude F is applied horizontally in the direction to ...
 10.28: Compute the torque about the origin of the gravitational force acti...
 10.29: Find for the following choices: (a) and (b) and and (c) and
 10.30: For each case in 29, compute Compare it to to estimate which of the...
 10.31: A particle moves in a circle that is centered at the origin. The pa...
 10.32: You are given three vectors and their components in the form: and S...
 10.33: If and find
 10.34: If and determine
 10.35: Given three noncoplanar vectors, and show that is the volume of the...
 10.36: Using the vector product, prove the law of sines for the triangle s...
 10.37: A2.0kg particle moves directly eastward at a constant speed of alo...
 10.38: You observe a 2.0kg particle moving at a constant speed of in a cl...
 10.39: (a) A particle moving at constant velocity has zero angular momentu...
 10.40: A particle that has a mass m is traveling with a constant velocity ...
 10.41: A 15g coin that has a diameter equal to is spinning at about a fix...
 10.42: CONCEPTUAL (a) Two stars of masses and are located at and relative ...
 10.43: A 1.8kg particle moves in a circle of radius As you look down on t...
 10.44: CONTEXTRICH, ENGINEERING APPLICATION You are designing a lathe mot...
 10.45: In Figure 1046, the incline is frictionless and the string passes ...
 10.46: CONTEXTRICH, ENGINEERING APPLICATION Figure 1047 shows the rear v...
 10.47: A projectile (mass M) is launched at an angle with an initial speed...
 10.48: A planet moves in an elliptical orbit about the Sun, with the Sun a...
 10.49: You stand on a frictionless platform that is rotating at an angular...
 10.50: A small blob of putty of mass m falls from the ceiling and lands on...
 10.51: a frictionless bearing resting on a vertical shaft through its cent...
 10.52: Two disks of identical mass but different radii (r and 2r) are spin...
 10.53: A block of mass m sliding on a frictionless table is attached to a ...
 10.54: A 0.20kg point mass moving on a frictionless horizontal surface is...
 10.55: The z component of the spin of an electron is but the magnitude of ...
 10.56: Show that the energy difference between one rotational state of a m...
 10.57: CONTEXTRICH, BIOLOGICAL APPLICATION You work in a biochemical rese...
 10.58: The equilibrium separation between the nuclei of the nitrogen molec...
 10.59: CONCEPTUAL Consider a transition from a lower energy state to a hig...
 10.60: A 16.0kg, 2.40mlong rod is supported at its midpoint on a knife ...
 10.61: Figure 1052 shows a thin, uniform bar of length L and mass M and a...
 10.62: Figure 1052 shows a thin, uniform bar whose length is L and mass i...
 10.63: Figure 1053 shows a uniform rod whose length is L and mass is Mpiv...
 10.64: If, for the system of 63, and the maximum angle between the rod and...
 10.65: A uniform rod is resting on a frictionless table when it is suddenl...
 10.66: A projectile of mass is traveling at a constant velocity toward a s...
 10.67: A uniform rod of length and mass M equal to is attached to a hinge ...
 10.68: A uniform rod that has a length equal to and a mass equal to is att...
 10.69: A bicycle wheel that has a radius equal to is mounted at the middle...
 10.70: A uniform disk, whose mass is and radius is is mounted at the cente...
 10.71: A particle whose mass is moves in the xy plane with velocity along ...
 10.72: The position vector of a particle whose mass is is given by where i...
 10.73: Two iceskaters, whose masses are and hold hands and rotate about a...
 10.74: A 2.0kg ball attached to a string whose length is moves counterclo...
 10.75: A compact object whose mass is m resting on a horizontal, frictionl...
 10.76: CONTEXTRICH, ENGINEERING APPLICATION Figure 1057 shows a hollow c...
 10.77: CONTEXTRICH, ENGINEERING APPLICATION Repeat 76, but this time fric...
 10.78: CONTEXTRICH, ENGINEERING APPLICATION Suppose that in Figure 1057 ...
 10.79: Keplers second law states: The line from the center of the Sun to t...
 10.80: Consider a cylindrical turntable whose mass is M and radius is R, t...
 10.81: You are given a heavy but thin metal disk (like a coin, but larger;...
 10.82: (a) Assuming Earth to be a homogeneous sphere that has a radius r a...
 10.83: The term precession of the equinoxes refers to the fact that Earths...
 10.84: As indicated in the text, according to the Standard Model of Partic...
 10.85: An interesting phenomenon occurring in certain pulsars (see 24) is ...
 10.86: Figure 1060 shows a pulley in the form of a uniform disk with a ro...
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