 6.16Q: Describe the energy transformations when a child hops around on a p...
 6.1P: How much work is done by the gravitational force when a 265kg pile...
 6.2P: A 65.0kg firefighter climbs a flight of stairs 20.0 m high. How mu...
 6.3P: A 1300N crate rests on the floor. How much work is required to mov...
 6.4P: How much work did the movers do (horizontally) pushing a 160kg cra...
 6.4Q: A woman swimming upstream is not moving with respect to the shore. ...
 6.5P: A box of mass 5.0 kg is accelerated from rest across a floor at a r...
 6.5Q: Is the work done by kinetic friction forces always negative? [Hint:...
 6.6P: Eight books, each 4.3 cm thick with mass 1.7 kg, lie flat on a tabl...
 6.8P: A 330kg piano slides 3.6 m down a 28° incline and is kept from acc...
 6.9P: (a) Find the force required to give a helicopter of mass M an accel...
 6.9Q: By approximately how much does your gravitational potential energy ...
 6.10P: What is the minimum work needed to push a 950kg car 810 m up along...
 6.11P: What is the minimum work needed to push a 950kg car 810 m up along...
 6.11Q: A pendulum is launched from a point that is a height h above its lo...
 6.12Q: A coil spring of mass m rests upright on a table. If you compress t...
 6.13P: A spring has k = 88 N/m. Use a graph to determine the work needed t...
 6.13Q: A bowling ball is hung from the ceiling by a steel wire (Fig. 6–33)...
 6.14P: The net force exerted on a particle acts in the +x direction. Its m...
 6.16P: (a) If the KE of an arrow is doubled, by what factor has its speed ...
 6.17P: How much work is required to stop an electron (m = 9.11 × 10?31 kg)...
 6.17Q: A child on a sled (total mass m) starts from rest at the top of a h...
 6.18Q: Seasoned hikers prefer to step over a fallen log in their path rath...
 6.18P: How much work must be done to stop a 1250kg car traveling at 105 k...
 6.20P: A baseball (m = 140 g) traveling 32 m/s moves a fielder’s glove bac...
 6.21P: If the speed of a car is increased by 50%, by what factor will its ...
 6.21Q: When a “superball” is dropped, can it rebound to a height greater t...
 6.22P: At an accident scene on a level road, investigators measure a car’s...
 6.23P: A softball having a mass of 0.25 kg is pitched at 95 km/h. By the t...
 6.25P: A 285kg load is lifted 22.0 m vertically with an acceleration a = ...
 6.24P: How high will a 1.85kg rock go if thrown straight up by someone wh...
 6.74GP: A film of Jesse Owens’s famous long jump (Fig. 6–47) in the 1936 Ol...
 6.26P: A spring has a spring stiffness constant, k, of 440 N/m. How much m...
 6.28P: By how much does the gravitational potential energy of a 64kg pole...
 6.29P: A 1200kg car rolling on a horizontal surface has speed v = 65 km/h...
 6.30P: A 1.60m tall person lifts a 2.10kg book from the ground so it is ...
 6.40P: A block of mass m slides without friction along the looped track sh...
 6.42P: A 62kg bungee jumper jumps from a bridge. She is tied to a bungee ...
 6.41P: A block of mass m is attached to the end of a spring (spring stiffn...
 6.43P: The rollercoaster car shown in Fig. 6–41 is dragged up to point 1 ...
 6.44P: A 0.40kg ball is thrown with a speed of 12 m/s at an angle of 33°....
 6.46P: A cyclist intends to cycle up a 7.8° hill whose vertical height is ...
 6.47P: Two railroad cars, each of mass 7650 kg and traveling 95 km/h in op...
 6.48P: A 21.7kg child descends a slide 3.5 m high and reaches the bottom ...
 6.49P: A ski starts from rest and slides down a 22° incline 75 m long. (a)...
 6.50P: A 145g baseball is dropped from a tree 13.0 m above the ground. (a...
 6.52P: A 110kg crate, starting from rest, is pulled across a floor with a...
 6.51P: You drop a ball from a height of 2.0 m, and it bounces back to a he...
 6.53P: Suppose the roller coaster in Fig. 6–41 passes point 1 with a speed...
 6.54P: A skier traveling 12.0 m/s reaches the foot of a steady upward 18.0...
 6.55P: A 0.620kg wood block is firmly attached to a very light horizontal...
 6.56P: A 280g wood block is firmly attached to a very light horizontal sp...
 6.57P: Early test flights for the space shuttle used a “glider” (mass of 9...
 6.58P: How long will it take a 1750W motor to lift a 315kg piano to a si...
 6.59P: If a car generates 18 hp when traveling at a steady 88 km/h, what m...
 6.60P: A 1400kg sports car accelerates from rest to 95 km/h in 7.4 s. Wha...
 6.62P: Electric energy units are often expressed in the form of “kilowatt...
 6.63P: A driver notices that her 1150kg car slows down from 85 km/h to 65...
 6.64P: How much work can a 3.0hp motor do in 1.0 h?
 6.66P: A pump is to lift 18.0 kg of water per minute through a height of 3...
 6.67P: During a workout, the football players at State U. ran up the stadi...
 6.68P: How fast must a cyclist climb a 6.0° hill to maintain a power outpu...
 6.69P: A 1200kg car has a maximum power output of 120 hp. How steep a hil...
 6.70P: What minimum horsepower must a motor have to be able to drag a 310...
 6.71P: A bicyclist coasts down a 7.0° hill at a steady speed of 5.0 m/s. A...
 6.75GP: The block of mass m sliding without friction along the looped track...
 6.76GP: An airplane pilot fell 370 m after jumping from an aircraft without...
 6.78GP: A 65kg hiker climbs to the top of a 3700mhigh mountain. The clim...
 6.79GP: An elevator cable breaks when a 920kg elevator is 28 m above a hug...
 6.80GP: Squaw Valley ski area in California claims that its lifts can move ...
 6.81GP: Water flows (v ? 0) over a dam at the rate of 650 kg/s and falls ve...
 6.82GP: Show that on a roller coaster with a circular vertical loop (Fig. 6...
 6.83GP: (a) If the human body could convert a candy bar directly into work,...
 6.84GP: A projectile is fired at an upward angle of 45.0° from the top of a...
 6.85GP: If you stand on a bathroom scale, the spring inside the scale compr...
 6.86GP: A 65kg student runs at 5.0 m/s, grabs a rope, and swings out over ...
 6.87GP: In the rope climb, a 72kg athlete climbs a vertical distance of 5....
 6.88GP: Some electricpower companies use water to store energy. Water is p...
 6.89GP: A spring with spring stiffness constant k is cut in half. What is t...
 6.90GP: A 6.0kg block is pushed 8.0 m up a rough 37° inclined plane by a h...
 6.91GP: If a 1500kg car can accelerate from 35 km/h to 55 km/h in 3.2 s, h...
 6.92GP: In a common test for cardiac function (the “stress test”), the pati...
 6.93GP: (a) If a volcano spews a 500kg rock vertically upward a distance o...
 6.94GP: Water falls onto a water wheel from a height of 2.0 m at a rate of ...
 6.1Q: In what ways is the word "work" as used in everyday language the sa...
 6.2Q: Can a centripetal force ever do work on an object? Explain.
 6.3Q: Can the normal force on an object ever do work? Explain.
 6.6Q: Why is it tiring to push hard against a solid wall even though you ...
 6.7P: (II) A lever such as that shown in Fig. 635 can be used to lift ob...
 6.7Q: You have two springs that are identical except that spring 1 is sti...
 6.8Q: A hand exerts a constant horizontal force on a block that is free t...
 6.10Q: In Fig. 631, water balloons are tossed from the roof of a building...
 6.12P: (II) The force on a particle, acting along the x axis, varies as sh...
 6.14Q: What happens to the gravitational potential energy when water at th...
 6.15P: (I) At room temperature, an oxygen molecule, with mass of 5.31 X 10...
 6.15Q: Describe the energy transformations when a child hops around on a p...
 6.19Q: Two identical arrows, one with twice the speed of the other, are fi...
 6.20Q: Analyze the motion of a simple swinging pendulum in terms of energy...
 6.22Q: Suppose you lift a suitcase from the floor to a table. The work you...
 6.23Q: Repeat Question 21 for the power needed instead of the work.21. Sup...
 6.24Q: Why is it easier to climb a mountain via a zigzag trail rather than...
 6.25Q: (II) Recall from Chapter 4, Example 414, that you can use a pulley...
 6.45P: (III) An engineer is designing a spring to be placed at the bottom ...
 6.61P: (I) (a) Show that one British horsepower (550 ft lb/s) is equal to...
 6.65P: (II) A shotputter accelerates a 7.3kg shot from rest to 14 m/s in...
 6.77GP: A ball is attached to a horizontal cord of length whose other end i...
 6.19P: An 88g arrow is fired from a bow whose string exerts an average fo...
 6.1CP: There is an analogy between rotational and linear physical quantiti...
 6.1PE: Semitrailer trucks have an odometer on one hub of a trailer wheel....
 6.2CQ: Can centripetal acceleration change the speed of circular motion? E...
 6.2PE: Microwave ovens rotate at a rate of about 6 rev/min. What is this i...
 6.3CQ: If you wish to reduce the stress (which is related to centripetal f...
 6.3PE: An automobile with 0.260 m radius tires travels 80,000 km before we...
 6.4CQ: Define centripetal force. Can any type of force (for example, tensi...
 6.4PE: (a) What is the period of rotation of Earth in seconds? (b) What is...
 6.5CQ: If centripetal force is directed toward the center, why do you feel...
 6.5PE: A baseball pitcher brings his arm forward during a pitch, rotating ...
 6.6CQ: Race car drivers routinely cut corners as shown in Figure 6.32. Exp...
 6.6PE: In lacrosse, a ball is thrown from a net on the end of a stick by r...
 6.7CQ: A number of amusement parks have rides that make vertical loops lik...
 6.8CQ: What is the direction of the force exerted by the car on the passen...
 6.8PE: Integrated Concepts When kicking a football, the kicker rotates his...
 6.9CQ: As a skater forms a circle, what force is responsible for making he...
 6.9PE: Construct Your Own an amusement park ride in which participants are...
 6.10PE: A fairground ride spins its occupants inside a flying saucershaped...
 6.11CQ: Do you feel yourself thrown to either side when you negotiate a cur...
 6.12CQ: Suppose a mass is moving in a circular path on a frictionless table...
 6.27P: A 7.0kg monkey swings from one branch to another 1.2 m higher. Wha...
 6.28MCQ: Currently, the moon goes around the earth once every 27.3 days. If ...
 6.31P: A 55kg hiker starts at an elevation of 1600 m and climbs to the to...
 6.32MCQ: Questions concern a classic figureskating jump called the axel. A ...
 6.32P: A spring with k = 53 N/m hangs vertically next to a ruler. The end ...
 6.33MCQ: Questions concern a classic figureskating jump called the axle. A ...
 6.33P: Jane, looking for Tarzan, is running at top speed (5.3 m/s) and gra...
 6.34P: A novice skier, starting from rest, slides down a frictionless 35.0...
 6.35P: A sled is initially given a shove up a frictionless 28.0° incline. ...
 6.36P: In the high jump, Fran’s kinetic energy is transformed into gravita...
 6.37P: A 65kg trampoline artist jumps vertically upward from the top of a...
 6.38P: A projectile is fired at an upward angle of 45.0° from the top of a...
 6.39P: A vertical spring (ignore its mass), whose spring stiffness constan...
 6.40GP: How fast must a plane fly along the earth’s equator so that the sun...
 6.41GP: The car in Figure P6.51 travels at a constant speed along the road ...
 6.42GP: In the Bohr model of the hydrogen atom, an electron orbits a proton...
 6.43GP: A 75 kg man weighs himself at the north pole and at the equator. Wh...
 6.44GP: A 1500 kg car takes a 50mradius unbanked curve at 15 m/s. What is...
 6.46GP: Suppose the moon were held in its orbit not by gravity but by a mas...
 6.47GP: A 30 g ball rolls around a 40cmdiameter Lshaped track, shown in ...
 6.4GP: A 5.0 g coin is placed 15 cm from the center of a turntable. The co...
 6.49GP: A ?conical pendulum is formed by attaching a 500 g ball to a 1.0m...
 6.52GP: While at the county fair, you decide to ride the Ferris wheel. Havi...
 6.53GP: A car drives over the top of a hill that has a radius of 50 m. What...
 6.72GP: Designers of today’s cars have built “5mi/h (8 km/h) bumpers” that ...
 6.73GP: In a certain library the first shelf is 10.0 cm off the ground, and...
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