 10.2Q: Airplane travelers sometimes note that their cosmetics bottles and ...
 10.3Q: The three containers in Fig. 10–44 are filled with water to the sam...
 10.6P: If 5.0 L of antifreeze solution (specific gravity = 0.80) is added ...
 10.15Q: A small wooden boat floats in a swimming pool, and the level of the...
 10.17P: A house at the bottom of a hill is fed by a full tank of water 5.0 ...
 10.18P: Determine the minimum gauge pressure needed in the water pipe leadi...
 10.28P: Calculate the true mass (in vacuum) of a piece of aluminum whose ap...
 10.49P: Suppose the opening in the tank of Fig. 10–54 is a height h1 above ...
 10.50P: A viscometer consists of two concentric cylinders, 10.20 cm and 10....
 10.53P: What must be the pressure difference between the two ends of a 1.9...
 10.52P: Engine oil (assume SAE 10, Table 10–3) passes through a 1.80mmdia...
 10.54P: What diameter must a 21.0mlong air duct have if the ventilation a...
 10.56P: Assuming a constant pressure gradient, if blood flow is reduced by ...
 10.57P: Poiseuille’s equation does not hold if the flow velocity is high en...
 10.58P: A patient is to be given a blood transfusion. The blood is to flow ...
 10.59P: If the force F needed to move the wire in Fig. 10–35 is 5.1 × 10?3 ...
 10.60P: Calculate the force needed to move the wire in Fig. 10–35 if it is ...
 10.62P: The surface tension of a liquid can be determined by measuring the ...
 10.63GP: Intravenous infusions are often made under gravity, as shown in Fig...
 10.64GP: A 2.4N force is applied to the plunger of a hypodermic needle. If ...
 10.65GP: A bicycle pump is used to inflate a tire. The initial tire (gauge) ...
 10.66GP: Estimate the pressure on the mountains underneath the Antarctic ice...
 10.67GP: What is the approximate difference in air pressure between the top ...
 10.68GP: A hydraulic lift is used to jack a 970kg car 12 cm off the floor. ...
 10.70GP: When you ascend or descend a great deal when driving in a car, your...
 10.71GP: One arm of a Ushaped tube (open at both ends) contains water, and ...
 10.75GP: Suppose a person can reduce the pressure in his lungs to ?80mmHg g...
 10.76GP: A ship, carrying fresh water to a desert island in the Caribbean, h...
 10.77GP: A copper (Cu) weight is placed on top of a 0.50kg block of wood (d...
 10.78GP: A raft is made of 10 logs lashed together. Each is 56 cm in diamete...
 10.79GP: During each heartbeat, approximately 70 cm3 of blood is pushed from...
 10.80GP: A bucket of water is accelerated upward at 2.4g. What is the buoyan...
 10.81GP: How high should the pressure head be if water is to come from a fau...
 10.83GP: Four lawn sprinkler heads are fed by a 1.9cmdiameter pipe. The wa...
 10.82GP: The stream of water from a faucet decreases in diameter as it falls...
 10.84GP: You need to siphon water from a clogged sink. The sink has an area ...
 10.85GP: Consider a siphon which transfers water from one vessel to a second...
 10.86GP: An airplane has a mass of 2.0 × 106 kg, and the air flows past the ...
 10.87GP: Blood from an animal is placed in a bottle 1.70 m above a 3.8cmlo...
 10.88GP: If cholesterol buildup reduces the diameter of an artery by 15%, w...
 10.1P: (I) The approximate volume of the granite monolith known as El Capi...
 10.1Q: If one material has a higher density than another, must the molecul...
 10.4P: (I) State your mass and then estimate your volume. [Hint Because yo...
 10.2P: What is the approximate mass of air in a living room 4.8 m × 3.8 m ...
 10.4Q: Consider what happens when you push both a pin and the blunt end of...
 10.5P: A bottle has a mass of 35.00 g when empty and 98.44 g when filled w...
 10.3CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.5Q: A small amount of water is boiled in a 1 gallon metal can. The can...
 10.6CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.3P: If you tried to smuggle gold bricks by filling your backpack, whose...
 10.6Q: When blood pressure is measured, why must the arm cuff be held at t...
 10.7P: Estimate the pressure exerted on a floor by (a) one pointed chair l...
 10.7CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.7Q: An ice cube floats in a glass of water filled to the brim. What can...
 10.8CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.8P: What is the difference in blood pressure (mmHg) between the top of...
 10.8Q: Mill an ice cube float in a glass of alcohol? Why or why not?
 10.5CQ: For Question, give a specific example of a system with the energy t...
 10.9P: (a) Calculate the total force of the atmosphere acting on the top o...
 10.9Q: A submerged can of Coke® will sink, but a can of Diet Coke® will fl...
 10.10P: (II) In a movie, Tarzan evades his captors by hiding under water fo...
 10.10Q: Why don't ships made of iron sink?
 10.11P: (II) The gauge pressure in each of the four tires of an automobile ...
 10.11CQ: A ball of putty is dropped from a height of 2 m onto a hard floor, ...
 10.12P: The maximum gauge pressure in a hydraulic lift is 17.0 atm. What is...
 10.11Q: Explain how the tube in Fig. 1045, known as a siphon, can transfer...
 10.13P: (II) How high would the level be in an alcohol barometer at normal ...
 10.12Q: A barge filled high with sand approaches a low bridge over the rive...
 10.14P: (a) What are the total force and the absolute pressure on the botto...
 10.15P: (II) How high would the atmosphere extend if it were of uniform den...
 10.13Q: Will an empty balloon have precisely the same apparent weight on a ...
 10.16P: Water and then oil (which don’t mix) are poured into a Ushaped tub...
 10.14Q: Explain why helium weather balloons, which are used to measure atmo...
 10.16Q: Why do you float higher in salt water than in fresh water?
 10.19P: An opentube mercury manometer is used to measure the pressure in a...
 10.17Q: If you dangle two pieces of paper vertically, a few inches apart (F...
 10.20P: In working out his principle, Pascal showed dramatically how force ...
 10.18Q: Why does the canvas top of a convertible bulge out when the car is ...
 10.21P: Estimate the density of the water 6.0 km deep in the sea. (See Tabl...
 10.19Q: Roofs of houses are sometimes "blown" off (or are they pushed off?)...
 10.22P: (II) A geologist finds that a Moon rock whose mass is 9.28 kg has a...
 10.23P: (II) What fraction of a piece of iron will be submerged when it flo...
 10.20Q: Children are told to avoid standing too close to a rapidly moving t...
 10.21Q: A tall Styrofoam cup is filled with water. Two holes are punched in...
 10.25P: (II) A spherical balloon has a radius of 7.15 m and is filled with ...
 10.26P: A 78kg person has an apparent mass of 54 kg (because of buoyancy) ...
 10.22Q: Why do airplanes normally take off into the wind?
 10.27P: (II) What is the likely identity of a metal (see Table 101) if a s...
 10.23Q: <Aihy does the stream of water from a faucet become narrower as it ...
 10.29P: (II) An undersea research chamber is spherical with an external dia...
 10.24P: (II) A crane lifts the 13,000kg steel hull of a sunken ship out of...
 10.30P: A scuba diver and her gear displace a volume of 65.0 L and have a t...
 10.24Q: Two ships moving in parallel paths close to one another risk collid...
 10.31P: Archimedes’ principle can be used not only to determine the specifi...
 10.32P: (II) A 0.43kg piece of wood floats in water but is found to sink i...
 10.33P: (II) The specific gravity of ice is 0.917, whereas that of seawater...
 10.34P: A 5.25kg piece of wood (SG = 0.50) floats on water. What minimum m...
 10.35P: (II) The specific gravity of ice is 0.917, whereas that of seawater...
 10.36P: A 15cmradius air duct is used to replenish the air of a room 9.2 ...
 10.37P: (I) Show that Bernoulli's equation reduces to the hydrostatic varia...
 10.38P: How fast does water flow from a hole at the bottom of a very wide, ...
 10.39P: A (inside) diameter garden hose is used to fill a round swimming po...
 10.48P: (III) In Fig. 1054, take into account the speed of the top surface...
 10.40P: What gauge pressure in the water mains is necessary if a firehose i...
 10.51P: (I) A gardener feels it is taking too long to water a garden with a...
 10.41P: A 6.0cmdiameter horizontal pipe gradually narrows to 4.0 cm. When...
 10.55P: (II) Calculate the pressure drop per cm along the aorta using the d...
 10.42P: What is the volume rate of flow of water from a 1.85cmdiameter fa...
 10.61P: (II) If the base of an insect's leg has a radius of about 3.0 X105...
 10.43P: If wind blows at 35 m/s over a house, what is the net force on the ...
 10.69GP: Giraffes are a wonder of cardiovascular engineering. Calculate the ...
 10.44P: What is the lift (in newtons) due to Bernoulli’s principle on a win...
 10.72GP: A simple model (Fig. 1056) considers a continent as a block (densi...
 10.46P: Water at a gauge pressure of 3.8 atm at street level flows into an ...
 10.45P: (II) Estimate the air pressure inside a category 5 hurricane, where...
 10.73GP: The contraction of the left ventricle (chamber) of the heart pumps ...
 10.74GP: Estimate the total mass of the Earth's atmosphere, using the known ...
 10.47P: (a) Show that the flow velocity measured by a venturi meter (see Fi...
 10.1PE: At its peak, a tornado is 60.0 m in diameter and carries 500 km/h w...
 10.2PE: Integrated Concepts An ultracentrifuge accelerates from rest to 100...
 10.3PE: Integrated Concepts You have a grindstone (a disk) that is 90.0 kg,...
 10.4PE: Unreasonable Results You are told that a basketball player spins th...
 10.5PE: With the aid of a string, a gyroscope is accelerated from rest to 3...
 10.7PE: A gyroscope slows from an initial rate of 32.0 rad/s at a rate of 0...
 10.8PE: During a very quick stop, a car decelerates at 7.00 m/s2. (a) What ...
 10.9PE: Everyday application: Suppose a yoyo has a center shaft that has a...
 10.10PE: This problem considers additional aspects of example Calculating th...
 10.11PE: Calculate the moment of inertia of a skater given the following inf...
 10.12PE: The triceps muscle in the back of the upper arm extends the forearm...
 10.13PE: A soccer player extends her lower leg in a kicking motion by exerti...
 10.14PE: Suppose you exert a force of 180 N tangential to a 0.280mradius 7...
 10.15CQ: Suppose a child gets off a rotating merrygoround. Does the angula...
 10.15PE: Consider the 12.0 kg motorcycle wheel shown in Figure 10.38. Assume...
 10.16PE: Zorch, an archenemy of Superman, decides to slow Earth’s rotation t...
 10.17PE: An automobile engine can produce 200 N · m of torque. Calculate the...
 10.18PE: Starting with the formula for the moment of inertia of a rod rotate...
 10.19PE: Unreasonable Results A gymnast doing a forward flip lands on the ma...
 10.20PE: Unreasonable Results An advertisement claims that an 800kg car is ...
 10.22PE: What is the final velocity of a hoop that rolls without slipping do...
 10.23CQ: Competitive divers pull their limbs in and curl up their bodies whe...
 10.23PE: (a) Calculate the rotational kinetic energy of Earth on its axis. (...
 10.24CQ: Draw a free body diagram to show how a diver gains angular momentum...
 10.24PE: Calculate the rotational kinetic energy in the motorcycle wheel (Fi...
 10.25PE: A baseball pitcher throws the ball in a motion where there is rotat...
 10.26CQ: Describe two different collisions—one in which angular momentum is ...
 10.26PE: While punting a football, a kicker rotates his leg about the hip jo...
 10.27CQ: Suppose an ice hockey puck strikes a hockey stick that lies flat on...
 10.27PE: A bus contains a 1500 kg flywheel (a disk that has a 0.600 m radius...
 10.28CQ: While driving his motorcycle at highway speed, a physics student no...
 10.28PE: A ball with an initial velocity of 8.00 m/s rolls up a hill without...
 10.29CQ: While driving his motorcycle at highway speed, a physics student no...
 10.29PE: While exercising in a fitness center, a man lies face down on a ben...
 10.30CQ: Gyroscopes used in guidance systems to indicate directions in space...
 10.30PE: To develop muscle tone, a woman lifts a 2.00kg weight held in her ...
 10.31PE: Consider two cylinders that start down identical inclines from rest...
 10.32PE: What is the moment of inertia of an object that rolls without slipp...
 10.33PE: Suppose a 200kg motorcycle has two wheels like, the one described ...
 10.34PE: In softball, the pitcher throws with the arm fully extended (straig...
 10.35PE: Construct Your Own the work done by a spinning skater pulling her a...
 10.37PE: (a) What is the angular momentum of the Moon in its orbit around Ea...
 10.38PE: Suppose you start an antique car by exerting a force of 300 N on it...
 10.39PE: A playground merrygoround has a mass of 120 kg and a radius of 1....
 10.40PE: Three children are riding on the edge of a merrygoround that is 1...
 10.41PE: (a) Calculate the angular momentum of an ice skater spinning at 6.0...
 10.42PE: Consider the EarthMoon system. Construct a problem in which you ca...
 10.46PE: Suppose a 0.250kg ball is thrown at 15.0 m/s to a motionless perso...
 10.48PE: The axis of Earth makes a 23.5° angle with a direction perpendicula...
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