 10.Q10.1: Can a single force applied to a body change both its translational ...
 10.Q10.2: Suppose you could use wheels of any type in the design of a soapbox...
 10.Q10.3: Serious bicyclists say that if you reduce the weight of a bike, it ...
 10.Q10.4: The harder you hit the brakes while driving forward, the more the f...
 10.Q10.5: When an acrobat walks on a tightrope, she extends her arms straight...
 10.Q10.6: When you turn on an electric motor, it takes longer to come up to f...
 10.Q10.7: The work done by a force is the product of force and distance. The ...
 10.Q10.8: A valued client brings a treasured ball to your engineering firm, w...
 10.Q10.9: You make two versions of the same object out of the same material h...
 10.Q10.10: Two identical masses are attached to frictionless pulleys by very l...
 10.Q10.11: The force of gravity acts on the baton in Fig. 10.11, and forces pr...
 10.Q10.12: A certain solid uniform ball reaches a maximum height h0 when it ro...
 10.Q10.13: A wheel is rolling without slipping on a horizontal surface. In an ...
 10.Q10.14: A hoop, a uniform solid cylinder, a spherical shell, and a uniform ...
 10.Q10.15: A ball is rolling along at speed v without slipping on a horizontal...
 10.Q10.16: You are standing at the center of a large horizontal turntable in a...
 10.Q10.17: Global Warming. If the earths climate continues to warm, ice near t...
 10.Q10.18: If two spinning objects have the same angular momentum, do they nec...
 10.Q10.19: If two spinning objects have the same angular momentum, do they nec...
 10.Q10.20: A point particle travels in a straight line at constant speed, and ...
 10.Q10.21: In Example 10.10 (Section 10.6) the angular speed v changes, and th...
 10.Q10.22: In Example 10.10 (Section 10.6) the rotational kinetic energy of th...
 10.Q10.23: As discussed in Section 10.6, the angular momentum of a circus acro...
 10.Q10.24: If you stop a spinning raw egg for the shortest possible instant an...
 10.Q10.25: A helicopter has a large main rotor that rotates in a horizontal pl...
 10.Q10.26: In a common design for a gyroscope, the flywheel and flywheel axis ...
 10.Q10.27: A gyroscope is precessing about a vertical axis. What happens to th...
 10.Q10.28: A gyroscope takes 3.8 s to precess 1.0 revolution about a vertical ...
 10.Q10.29: A gyroscope is precessing as in Fig. 10.32. What happens if you gen...
 10.Q10.30: A bullet spins on its axis as it emerges from a rifle. Explain how ...
 10.10.1: Calculate the torque (magnitude and direction) about point O due to...
 10.10.2: Calculate the net torque about point O for the two forces applied a...
 10.10.3: A square metal plate 0.180 m on each side is pivoted about an axis ...
 10.10.4: Three forces are applied to a wheel of radius 0.350 m, as shown in ...
 10.10.5: One force acting on a machine part is F S = 15.00 N2nd + 14.00 N2n...
 10.10.6: A metal bar is in the xyplane with one end of the bar at the origi...
 10.10.7: A machinist is using a wrench to loosen a nut. The wrench is 25.0 c...
 10.10.8: A uniform disk with mass 40.0 kg and radius 0.200 m is pivoted at i...
 10.10.9: The flywheel of an engine has moment of inertia 1.60 kg # m2 about ...
 10.10.1: A cord is wrapped around the rim of a solid uniform wheel 0.250 m i...
 10.10.11: A machine part has the shape of a solid uniform sphere of mass 225 ...
 10.10.12: A stone is suspended from the free end of a wire that is wrapped ar...
 10.10.13: A 2.00kg textbook rests on a frictionless, horizontal surface. A c...
 10.10.14: A 15.0kg bucket of water is suspended by a very light rope wrapped...
 10.10.15: A wheel rotates without friction about a stationary horizontal axis...
 10.10.16: A 12.0kg box resting on a horizontal, frictionless surface is atta...
 10.10.17: A 2.20kg hoop 1.20 m in diameter is rolling to the right without s...
 10.10.18: Gymnastics. We can roughly model a gymnastic tumbler as a uniform s...
 10.10.19: What fraction of the total kinetic energy is rotational for the fol...
 10.10.2: A string is wrapped several times around the rim of a small hoop wi...
 10.10.21: A solid ball is released from rest and slides down a hillside that ...
 10.10.22: A hollow, spherical shell with mass 2.00 kg rolls without slipping ...
 10.10.23: A 392N wheel comes off a moving truck and rolls without slipping a...
 10.10.24: A uniform marble rolls down a symmetrical bowl, starting from rest ...
 10.10.25: A thin, light string is wrapped around the outer rim of a uniform h...
 10.10.26: A Ball Rolling Uphill. A bowling ball rolls without slipping up a r...
 10.10.27: A size5 soccer ball of diameter 22.6 cm and mass 426 g rolls up a ...
 10.10.28: A bicycle racer is going downhill at 11.0 m>s when, to his horror, ...
 10.10.29: A playground merrygoround has radius 2.40 m and moment of inertia...
 10.10.3: An engine delivers 175 hp to an aircraft propeller at 2400 rev>min....
 10.10.31: A 2.80kg grinding wheel is in the form of a solid cylinder of radi...
 10.10.32: An electric motor consumes 9.00 kJ of electrical energy in 1.00 min...
 10.10.33: (a) Compute the torque developed by an industrial motor whose outpu...
 10.10.34: An airplane propeller is 2.08 m in length (from tip to tip) and has...
 10.10.35: A 2.00kg rock has a horizontal velocity of magnitude 12.0 m>s when...
 10.10.36: A woman with mass 50 kg is standing on the rim of a large disk that...
 10.10.37: Find the magnitude of the angular momentum of the second hand on a ...
 10.10.38: (a) Calculate the magnitude of the angular momentum of the earth in...
 10.10.39: A hollow, thinwalled sphere of mass 12.0 kg and diameter 48.0 cm i...
 10.10.4: A small block on a frictionless, horizontal surface has a mass of 0...
 10.10.41: Under some circumstances, a star can collapse into an extremely den...
 10.10.42: A diver comes off a board with arms straight up and legs straight d...
 10.10.43: The Spinning Figure Skater. The outstretched hands and arms of a fi...
 10.10.44: A solid wood door 1.00 m wide and 2.00 m high is hinged along one s...
 10.10.45: A large wooden turntable in the shape of a flat uniform disk has a ...
 10.10.46: Asteroid Collision! Suppose that an asteroid traveling straight tow...
 10.10.47: A small 10.0g bug stands at one end of a thin uniform bar that is ...
 10.10.48: A thin uniform rod has a length of 0.500 m and is rotating in a cir...
 10.10.49: A thin, uniform metal bar, 2.00 m long and weighing 90.0 N, is hang...
 10.10.5: A uniform, 4.5kg, square, solid wooden gate 1.5 m on each side han...
 10.10.51: The rotor (flywheel) of a toy gyroscope has mass 0.140 kg. Its mome...
 10.10.52: A Gyroscope on the Moon. A certain gyroscope precesses at a rate of...
 10.10.53: Stabilization of the Hubble Space Telescope. The Hubble Space Teles...
 10.10.54: A 50.0kg grindstone is a solid disk 0.520 m in diameter. You press...
 10.10.55: A grindstone in the shape of a solid disk with diameter 0.520 m and...
 10.10.56: A uniform, 8.40kg, spherical shell 50.0 cm in diameter has four sm...
 10.10.57: A thin, uniform, 3.80kg bar, 80.0 cm long, has very small 2.50kg ...
 10.10.58: You are designing a simple elevator system for an old warehouse tha...
 10.10.59: The Atwoods Machine. Figure P10.59 illustrates an Atwoods machine. ...
 10.10.6: The mechanism shown in Fig. P10.60 is used to raise a crate of supp...
 10.10.61: A large 16.0kg roll of paper with radius R = 18.0 cm rests against...
 10.10.62: A block with mass m = 5.00 kg slides down a surface inclined 36.9 t...
 10.10.63: Two metal disks, one with radius R1 = 2.50 cm and mass M1 = 0.80 kg...
 10.10.64: A lawn roller in the form of a thinwalled, hollow cylinder with ma...
 10.10.65: Two weights are connected by a very light, flexible cord that passe...
 10.10.66: You complain about fire safety to the landlord of your highrise ap...
 10.10.67: The Yoyo. A yoyo is made from two uniform disks, each with mass m...
 10.10.68: A thinwalled, hollow spherical shell of mass m and radius r starts...
 10.10.69: A basketball (which can be closely modeled as a hollow spherical sh...
 10.10.7: A solid uniform ball rolls without slipping up a hill (Fig. P10.70)...
 10.10.71: Rolling Stones. A solid, uniform, spherical boulder starts from res...
 10.10.72: You are designing a system for moving aluminum cylinders from the g...
 10.10.73: . A 42.0cmdiameter wheel, consisting of a rim and six spokes, is ...
 10.10.74: A uniform, 0.0300kg rod of length 0.400 m rotates in a horizontal ...
 10.10.75: A uniform solid cylinder with mass M and radius 2R rests on a horiz...
 10.10.76: Tarzan and Jane in the 21st Century. Tarzan has foolishly gotten hi...
 10.10.77: A 5.00kg ball is dropped from a height of 12.0 m above one end of ...
 10.10.78: The solid wood door of a gymnasium is 1.00 m wide and 2.00 m high, ...
 10.10.79: A uniform rod of length L rests on a frictionless horizontal surfac...
 10.10.8: A large turntable with radius 6.00 m rotates about a fixed vertical...
 10.10.81: In your job as a mechanical engineer you are designing a flywheel a...
 10.10.82: A local ice hockey team has asked you to design an apparatus for me...
 10.10.83: You are designing a slide for a water park. In a sitting position, ...
 10.10.84: Neutron Star Glitches. Occasionally, a rotating neutron star (see E...
 10.10.85: A 500.0g bird is flying horizontally at 2.25 m>s, not paying much ...
 10.10.86: A small block with mass 0.130 kg is attached to a string passing th...
 10.10.87: A 55kg runner runs around the edge of a horizontal turntable mount...
 10.10.88: The V6 engine in a 2014 Chevrolet Silverado 1500 pickup truck is re...
 10.10.89: You have one object of each of these shapes, all with mass 0.840 kg...
 10.10.9: You are testing a small flywheel (radius 0.166 m) that will be used...
 10.10.91: A block with mass m is revolving with linear speed v1 in a circle o...
 10.10.92: When an object is rolling without slipping, the rolling friction fo...
 10.10.93: A demonstration gyroscope wheel is constructed by removing the tire...
 10.10.94: The moment of inertia of the empty turntable is 1.5 kg m2 . With a ...
 10.10.95: While the turntable is being accelerated, the person suddenly exten...
 10.10.96: A doubling of the torque produces a greater angular acceleration. W...
 10.10.97: If the bodys center of mass were not placed on the rotational axis ...
Solutions for Chapter 10: Dynamics of Rotational motion
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