 6.1DQ: The sign of many physical quantities depends on the choice of coord...
 6.1E: You push your physics book 1.50 m along a horizontal tabletop with...
 6.2DQ: An elevator is hoisted by its cables at constant speed. Is the tota...
 6.2E: A tow truck pulls a car 5.00 km along a horizontal roadway using a ...
 6.3DQ: A rope tied to a body is pulled, causing the body to accelerate. Bu...
 6.3E: A factory worker pushes a 30.0kg crate a distance of 4.5 m along a...
 6.4DQ: If it takes total work W to give an object a speed v and kinetic en...
 6.4E: Suppose the worker in Exercise 6.3 pushes downward at an angle of 3...
 6.5DQ: If there is a net nonzero force on a moving object, can the total w...
 6.5E: A 75.0kg painter climbs a ladder that is 2.75 m long and leans aga...
 6.6DQ: In Example 5.5 (Section 5.1), how does the work done on the bucket ...
 6.6E: Two tugboats pull a disabled supertanker. Each tug exerts a constan...
 6.7DQ: In the conical pendulum in Example 5.20 (Section 5.4), which of the...
 6.7E: Two blocks are connected by a very light string passing over a mass...
 6.8DQ: For the cases shown in ?Fig. Q6.8?, the object is released from res...
 6.8E: A loaded grocery cart is rolling across a parking lot in a strong w...
 6.9DQ: A force is in the xdirection and has a magnitude that depends on x...
 6.9E: A 0.800kg ball is tied to the end of a string 1.60 m long and swun...
 6.10DQ: Does a car’s kinetic energy change more when the car speeds up from...
 6.10E: An 8.00kg package in a mailsorting room slides 2.00 m down a chut...
 6.11DQ: A falling brick has a mass of 1.5 kg and is moving straight downwar...
 6.11E: A boxed 10.0kg computer monitor is dragged by friction 5.50 m upwa...
 6.12DQ: Can the ?total? work done on an object during a displacement be neg...
 6.12E: You apply a constant force to a 380kg car as the car travels 48.0 ...
 6.13DQ: A net force acts on an object and accelerates it from rest to a spe...
 6.13E: BIO Animal Energy.? Adult cheetahs, the fastest of the great cats, ...
 6.14DQ: A truck speeding down the highway has a lot of kinetic energy relat...
 6.14E: A 1.50kg book is sliding along a rough horizontal surface. At poin...
 6.15DQ: You are holding a briefcase by the handle, with your arm straight d...
 6.15E: Meteor Crater.? About 50,000 years ago, a meteor crashed into the e...
 6.16DQ: When a book slides along a tabletop, the force of friction does neg...
 6.16E: Some Typical Kinetic Energies.? (a) In the Bohr model of the atom, ...
 6.17DQ: Time yourself while running up a flight of steps, and compute the a...
 6.17E: In Fig. E6.7 assume that there is no friction force on the 20.0N b...
 6.18DQ: Fractured Physics.? Many terms from physics are badly misused in ev...
 6.18E: A 4.80kg watermelon is dropped from rest from the roof of an 18.0...
 6.19DQ: An advertisement for a portable electrical generating unit claims t...
 6.19E: Use the workenergy theorem to solve each of these problems. You ca...
 6.20DQ: A car speeds up while the engine delivers constant power. Is the ac...
 6.20E: You throw a 20N rock vertically into the air from ground level. Yo...
 6.21DQ: Consider a graph of instantaneous power versus time, with the verti...
 6.21E: You are a member of an Alpine Rescue Team. You must project a box o...
 6.22DQ: A nonzero net force acts on an object. Is it possible for any of th...
 6.22E: A mass m slides down a smooth inclined plane from an initial vertic...
 6.23DQ: When a certain force is applied to an ideal spring, the spring stre...
 6.23E: ?A sled with mass 8.00 kg moves in a straight line on a frictionles...
 6.24DQ: If work W is required to stretch a spring a distance x from its uns...
 6.24E: A soccer ball with mass 0.420 kg is initially moving with speed 2.0...
 6.25E: A 12pack of OmniCola (mass 4.30 kg) is initially at rest on a hor...
 6.26E: A batter hits a baseball with mass 0.145 kg straight upward with an...
 6.27E: A little red wagon with mass 7.00 kg moves in a straight line on a ...
 6.28E: A block of ice with mass 2.00 kg slides 0.750 m down an inclined pl...
 6.29E: Stopping Distance.? A car is traveling on a level road with speed v...
 6.30E: A 30.0kg crate is initially moving with a velocity that has magnit...
 6.31E: BIO Heart Repair.? A surgeon is using material from a donated heart...
 6.32E: To stretch a spring 3.00 cm from its unstretched length, 12.0 J of ...
 6.33E: Three identical 8.50kg masses are hung by three identical springs ...
 6.34E: A child applies a force parallel to the x axis to a 10.0kg sled m...
 6.35E: Suppose the sled in Exercise 6.36 is initially at rest at x = 0. Us...
 6.36E: A 2.0kg box and a 3.0kg box on a perfectly smooth horizontal floo...
 6.37E: A 6.0kg box moving at 3.0 m/s on a horizontal, frictionless surfa...
 6.38E: Leg Presses.? As part of your daily workout, you lie on your back a...
 6.39E: (a) In Example 6.7 (Section 6.3) it was calculated that with the ai...
 6.40E: A 4.00kg block of ice is placed against a horizontal spring that h...
 6.41E: A force is applied to a 2.0kg, radiocontrolled model car parallel...
 6.42E: Suppose the 2.0kg model car in Exercise 6.43 is initially at rest ...
 6.43E: At a waterpark, sleds with riders are sent along a slippery, horizo...
 6.44E: Half of a Spring.? (a) Suppose you cut a massless ideal spring in h...
 6.45E: A small glider is placed against a compressed spring at the bottom ...
 6.46E: An ingenious bricklayer builds a device for shooting bricks up to t...
 6.47E: CALC? A force in the + xdirection with magnitude F(x) = 18.0 N – (...
 6.48E: A crate on a motorized cart starts from rest and moves with a const...
 6.49E: How many joules of energy does a 100watt light bulb use per hour? ...
 6.50E: BIO Should You Walk or Run?? It is 5.0 km from your home to the phy...
 6.51E: Magnetar. ?On December 27, 2004, astronomers observed the greatest ...
 6.52E: A 20.0kg rock is sliding on a rough, horizontal surface at 8.00 m/...
 6.53E: A tandem (twoperson) bicycle team must overcome a force of 165 N t...
 6.54E: When its 75kW (100hp) engine is generating full power, a small si...
 6.55E: Working Like a Horse. Your job is to lift 30kg crates a vertical d...
 6.56E: An elevator has mass 600 kg, not including passengers. The elevator...
 6.57E: A ski tow operates on a 15.0o slope of length 300 m. The rope moves...
 6.58E: The aircraft carrier ?John F. Kennedy? has mass 7.4 × 107 kg. When ...
 6.59E: BIO? While hovering, a typical flying insect applies an average for...
 6.60P: CALC? A balky cow is leaving the barn as you try harder and harder ...
 6.61P: Rotating Bar?. A thin, uniform 12.0kg bar that is 2.0 m long rotat...
 6.62P: A NearEarth Asteroid?. On April 13, 2029 (Friday the 13th!), the a...
 6.63P: A luggage handler pulls a 20.0kg suitcase up a ramp inclined at 25...
 6.64P: BIO Chinups.? While doing a chinup, a man lifts his body 0.40 m. ...
 6.65P: A 20.0kg cate sits at rest at the bottom of a 15.0 mlong ramp tha...
 6.66P: Consider the blocks in Exercise 6.7 as they move 75.0 cm. Find the ...
 6.67P: The space shuttle, with mass 86.400 kg. is in a circularorbit of r...
 6.68P: A 5.00kg package slides 1.50 m down a long amp that is inclined at...
 6.69P: CP BIO Whiplash Injuries.? When a car is hit from behind, its passe...
 6.70P: CALC? A net force along the x axis that has x component Fx = 12....
 6.71P: An object is attracted toward the origin with a force given by ?Fx?...
 6.73P: CALC Varying Coefficient of Friction.? A box is sliding with a spee...
 6.74P: CALC? Consider a spring that does not obey Hooke’s law very faithfu...
 6.75P: A small block with a mass of 0.0900 kg is attached to a cord passin...
 6.76P: CALC Proton Bombardment.? A proton with mass 1.67 X 1027 kg is pro...
 6.77P: A block of ice with mass 4.00 kg is initially at rest on a friction...
 6.78P: You and your bicycle have combined mass 80.0 kg. When you reach the...
 6.79P: You are asked to design spring bumpers for the walls of a parking g...
 6.80P: The spring of a spring gun has force constant k = 400 N/m and negli...
 6.81P: A 2.50kg textbook is forced against a horizontal spring of negligi...
 6.82P: Pushing a Cat?. Your cat “Ms.” (mass 7.00 kg) is trying to make it ...
 6.83P: Crash Barrier?. A student proposes a design for an automobile crash...
 6.84P: A physics professor is pushed up a ramp inclined upward at 30.0o a...
 6.85P: A 5.00kg block is moving at ?v? = 6.00 m/s along a frictionless, h...
 6.86P: Consider the system shown in Fig. P6.81. The rope and pulley have n...
 6.87P: Consider the system shown in ?Fig. P6.81?. The rope and pulley have...
 6.88P: Bow and Arrow.? Figure shows how the force exerted by the string of...
 6.89P: On an essentially frictionless, horizontal ice rink, a skater movin...
 6.90P: Rescue?. Your friend (mass 65.0 kg) is standing on the ice in the m...
 6.91P: A pump is required to lift 800 kg of water (about 210 gallons) per ...
 6.92P: BIO? All birds, independent of their size, must maintain a power ou...
 6.93P: A physics student spends part of her day walking between classes or...
 6.94P: The Grand Coulee Dam is 1270 m long and 170 m high. The electrical ...
 6.95P: BIO Power of the Human Heart.? The human heart is a powerful and ex...
 6.96P: Six diesel units in series can provide 13.4 MW of power to the lead...
 6.97P: It takes a force of 53 kN on the lead car of a 16car passenger tra...
 6.98P: CALC An object has several forces acting on it. One of these forces...
 6.99P: Cycling. For a touring bicyclist the drag coefficient is 1.00, the ...
 6.100P: Automotive Power I. A truck engine transmits 28.0 kW (37.5 hp) to t...
 6.101P: Automotive Power II. (a) If 8.00 hp are required to drive a 1800kg...
 6.102P: On a winter day in Maine, a warehouse worker is shoving boxes up a ...
Solutions for Chapter 6: Motion in Two or Three Dimensions
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