 11.2Q: Is the acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator ever zero? If s...
 11.21Q: Wien a standing wave exists on a string, the vibrations of incident...
 11.22P: (II) Figure 1151 shows two examples of SHM, labeled A and B. For e...
 11.1Q: Give some examples of everyday vibrating objects. Which exhibit SHM...
 11.38P: (I) AM radio signals have frequencies between 550 kHz and 1600 kHz ...
 11.39P: (I) Calculate the speed of longitudinal waves in (a) water, (6) gra...
 11.3Q: Explain why the motion of a piston in an automobile engine is appro...
 11.6Q: A 5.0kg trout is attached to the hook of a vertical spring scale, ...
 11.51P: (I) The two pulses shown in Fig. 1154 are moving toward each other...
 11.53P: Is the acceleration of a simple harmonic oscillator ever zero? If s...
 11.10Q: Give several everyday examples of resonance.
 11.11Q: Is a rattle in a car ever a resonance phenomenon? Explain.
 11.56P: (II) If two successive overtones of a vibrating string are 280 Hz a...
 11.72GP: Wien you walk with a cup of coffee (diameter 8 cm) at just the righ...
 11.19P: A 2.00kg pumpkin oscillates from a vertically hanging light spring...
 11.21P: A 300g mass vibrates according to the equation x = 0.38 sin 6.50t,...
 11.22Q: If we knew that energy was being transmitted from one place to anot...
 11.23P: At t = 0, a 755g mass at rest on the end of a horizontal spring (k...
 11.24P: A vertical spring with spring stiffness constant 305 N/m vibrates w...
 11.25P: A mass m is connected to two springs, with spring stiffness constan...
 11.81GP: A string can have a "free" end if that end is attached to a ring th...
 11.26P: A 25.0g bullet strikes a 0.600kg block attached to a fixed horizo...
 11.86GP: A block of mass Mis suspended from a ceiling by a spring with sprin...
 11.41P: A cord of mass 0.65 kg is stretched between two supports 28 m apart...
 11.40P: Two solid rods have the same elastic modulus, but one is twice as d...
 11.42P: A ski gondola is connected to the top of a hill by a steel cable of...
 11.43P: A sailor strikes the side of his ship just below the surface of the...
 11.44P: P and S waves from an earthquake travel at different speeds, and th...
 11.45P: An earthquakeproduced surface wave can be approximated by a sinuso...
 11.46P: What is the ratio of (a) the intensities, and (b) the amplitudes, o...
 11.47P: The intensity of an earthquake wave passing through the Earth is me...
 11.48P: Two earthquake waves of the same frequency travel through the same ...
 11.49P: Two waves traveling along a stretched string have the same frequenc...
 11.50P: A bug on the surface of a pond is observed to move up and down a to...
 11.54P: A particular string resonates in four loops at a frequency of 280 H...
 11.55P: The velocity of waves on a string is 92 m/s. If the frequency of st...
 11.57P: A guitar string is 90 cm long and has a mass of 3.6 g. The distance...
 11.58P: A particular guitar string is supposed to vibrate at 200 Hz, but it...
 11.59P: One end of a horizontal string is attached to a smallamplitude mec...
 11.60P: In 59, the length of the string may be adjusted by moving the pulle...
 11.61P: When you slosh the water back and forth in a tub at just the right ...
 11.62P: An earthquake P wave traveling at 8.0 km/s strikes a boundary withi...
 11.63P: Water waves approach an underwater “shelf” where the velocity chang...
 11.64P: A sound wave is traveling in warm air when it hits a layer of cold,...
 11.65P: A longitudinal earthquake wave strikes a boundary between two types...
 11.66P: A satellite dish is about 0.5 m in diameter. According to the user’...
 11.67GP: A tsunami of wavelength 250 km and velocity 750 km/h travels across...
 11.68GP: An energyabsorbing car bumper has a spring stiffness constant of 5...
 11.69GP: A 65kg person jumps from a window to a fire net 18 m below, which ...
 11.70GP: A mass m is gently placed on the end of a freely hanging spring. Th...
 11.73GP: The ripples in a certain groove 10.8 cm from the center of a 33rpm...
 11.71GP: A 950kg car strikes a huge spring at a speed of 22 m/s (Fig. 11–54...
 11.74GP: A 2.00kg mass vibrates according to the equation x = 0.650 cos 7.4...
 11.75GP: A simple pendulum oscillates with frequency f. What is its frequenc...
 11.77GP: Two strings on a musical instrument are tuned to play at 392 Hz (G)...
 11.78GP: Consider a sine wave traveling down the stretched twopart cord of ...
 11.79GP: A tuning fork vibrates at a frequency of 264 Hz, and the tip of eac...
 11.80GP: A diving board oscillates with simple harmonic motion of frequency ...
 11.76GP: A 220kg wooden raft floats on a lake. When a 75kg man stands on t...
 11.82GP: A “seconds” pendulum has a period of exactly 2.000 s—each oneway s...
 11.83GP: A mass hanging from a spring can oscillate in the vertical directio...
 11.84GP: A block with mass M = 5.0 kg rests on a frictionless table and is a...
 11.85GP: A 10.0mlong wire of mass 123 g is stretched under a tension of 25...
 11.87GP: A crane has hoisted a 1200kg car at the junkyard. The steel crane ...
 11.88GP: A block of jello rests on a plate as shown in Fig. 11–58 (which als...
 11.1CQ: Rub your hands together vigorously. What happens? Discuss the energ...
 11.1P: If a particle undergoes SHM with amplitude 0.18 m, what is the tota...
 11.4Q: Real springs have mass. Will the true period and frequency be large...
 11.2P: An elastic cord is 65 cm long when a weight of 75 N hangs from it b...
 11.3P: The springs of a 1500kg car compress 5.0 mm when its 68kg driver ...
 11.7Q: If a pendulum clock is accurate at sea level, will it gain or lose ...
 11.4P: A fisherman’s scale stretches 3.6 cm when a 2.7kg fish hangs from ...
 11.4CQ: According to Table 11.4 , cycling at 15 km/h requires less metaboli...
 11.5Q: How could you double the maximum speed of a simple harmonic oscilla...
 11.5P: An elastic cord vibrates with a frequency of 3.0 Hz when a mass of ...
 11.5CQ: You’re stranded on a remote desert island with only a chicken, a ba...
 11.8Q: A tire swing hanging from a branch reaches nearly to the ground (Fi...
 11.6P: Construct a Table indicating the position x of the mass in Fig. 11–...
 11.6CQ: For most automobiles, the number of miles per gallon decreases as h...
 11.16Q: Since the density of air decreases with an increase in temperature,...
 11.9Q: Why can you make water slosh back and forth in a pan only if you sh...
 11.7P: A small fly of mass 0.25 g is caught in a spider’s web. The web vib...
 11.12Q: Is the frequency of a simple periodic wave equal to the frequency o...
 11.8P: A mass m at the end of a spring vibrates with a frequency of 0.88 H...
 11.13Q: Explain the difference between the speed of a transverse wave trave...
 11.9P: A 0.60kg mass at the end of a spring vibrates 3.0 times per second...
 11.14Q: Why do the strings used for the lowestfrequency notes on a piano n...
 11.10P: At what displacement from equilibrium is the speed of a SHO half th...
 11.15Q: What kind of waves do you think will travel along a horizontal meta...
 11.11P: A mass attached to the end of a spring is stretched a distance x0 f...
 11.12P: A mass of 2.62 kg stretches a vertical spring 0.315 m. If the sprin...
 11.17Q: Give two reasons why circular water waves decrease in amplitude as ...
 11.13P: An object with mass 3.0 kg is attached to a spring with spring stif...
 11.18Q: Two linear waves have the same amplitude and speed, and otherwise a...
 11.14P: It takes a force of 80.0 N to compress the spring of a toy popgun 0...
 11.19Q: Wien a sinusoidal wave crosses the boundary between two sections of...
 11.15P: A mass sitting on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to...
 11.20P: (III) A block of mass m is supported by two identical parallel vert...
 11.20Q: If a string is vibrating as a standing wave in three loops, are the...
 11.17P: (II) A balsa wood block of mass 52 g floats on a lake, bobbing up a...
 11.18P: If one vibration has 7.0 times the energy of a second, but their fr...
 11.52P: (I) If a violin string vibrates at 440 Hz as its fundamental freque...
 11.27P: A bungee jumper with mass 65.0 kg jumps from a high bridge. After r...
 11.28P: A pendulum makes 36 vibrations in exactly 60 s. What is its (a) per...
 11.1PE: Gold is sold by the troy ounce (31.103 g). What is the volume of 1 ...
 11.29P: (I) How long must a simple pendulum be if it is to make exactly one...
 11.30P: A pendulum has a period of 0.80 s on Earth. What is its period on M...
 11.2PE: Mercury is commonly supplied in flasks containing 34.5 kg (about 76...
 11.31P: What is the period of a simple pendulum 80 cm long (a) on the Earth...
 11.2CQ: Why are gases easier to compress than liquids and solids?
 11.16P: A 0.60kg mass vibrates according to the equation x = 0.45 cos 6.40...
 11.32P: The length of a simple pendulum is 0.760 m, the pendulum bob has a ...
 11.3PE: (a) What is the mass of a deep breath of air having a volume of 2.0...
 11.33P: Your grandfather clock’s pendulum has a length of 0.9930 m. If the ...
 11.34P: (II) Derive a formula for the maximum speed v max of a simple pendu...
 11.4PE: A straightforward method of finding the density of an object is to ...
 11.35P: A clock pendulum oscillates at a frequency of 2.5 Hz. At t = 0, it ...
 11.36P: A fisherman notices that wave crests pass the bow of his anchored b...
 11.5PE: Suppose you have a coffee mug with a circular cross section and ver...
 11.37P: A sound wave in air has a frequency of 262 Hz and travels with a sp...
 11.6PE: (a) A rectangular gasoline tank can hold 50.0 kg of gasoline when f...
 11.7PE: A trash compactor can reduce the volume of its contents to 0.350 th...
 11.8PE: A 2.50kg steel gasoline can holds 20.0 L of gasoline when full. Wh...
 11.9PE: What is the density of 18.0karat gold that is a mixture of 18 part...
 11.10PE: There is relatively little empty space between atoms in solids and ...
 11.11PE: As a woman walks, her entire weight is momentarily placed on one he...
 11.12PE: The pressure exerted by a phonograph needle on a record is surprisi...
 11.14PE: What depth of mercury creates a pressure of 1.00 atm?
 11.15PE: The greatest ocean depths on the Earth are found in the Marianas Tr...
 11.16PE: Verify that the SI unit o? f? ?g is N/m2 .
 11.17PE: Water towers store water above the level of consumers for times of ...
 11.18PE: The aqueous humor in a person’s eye is exerting a force of 0.300 N ...
 11.19PE: How much force is exerted on one side of an 8.50 cm by 11.0 cm shee...
 11.20CQ: Why is it difficult to swim under water in the Great Salt Lake?
 11.20PE: What pressure is exerted on the bottom of a 0.500mwide by 0.900m...
 11.21CQ: Is there a net force on a dam due to atmospheric pressure? Explain ...
 11.21PE: Calculate the average pressure exerted on the palm of a shotputter...
 11.22PE: The left side of the heart creates a pressure of 120 mm Hg by exert...
 11.23CQ: You can break a strong wine bottle by pounding a cork into it with ...
 11.23PE: Show that the total force on a rectangular dam due to the water beh...
 11.24CQ: Suppose the master cylinder in a hydraulic system is at a greater h...
 11.25CQ: Explain why the fluid reaches equal levels on either side of a mano...
 11.25PE: What force must be exerted on the master cylinder of a hydraulic li...
 11.26PE: A crass host pours the remnants of several bottles of wine into a j...
 11.27CQ: Considering the magnitude of typical arterial blood pressures, why ...
 11.27PE: A certain hydraulic system is designed to exert a force 100 times a...
 11.28PE: (a) Verify that work input equals work output for a hydraulic syste...
 11.32PE: Pressure cookers have been around for more than 300 years, although...
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