 10.1DQ: When cylinderhead bolts in an automobile engine are tightened the ...
 10.1E: Calculate the torque (magnitude and direction) about point ?O? due ...
 10.2DQ: Can a single force applied to a body change both its translational ...
 10.2E: Calculate the net torque about point ?O? for the two forces applied...
 10.3DQ: Suppose you could use wheels of any type in the design of a soapbox...
 10.3E: A square metal plate 0.180 m on each side is pivoted about an axis ...
 10.4DQ: A fourwheeldrive car is accelerating forward from rest. Show the ...
 10.4E: Three forces are applied to a wheel of radius 0.350 m, as shown in ...
 10.5DQ: Serious bicyclists say that if you reduce the weight of a bike, it ...
 10.5E: One force acting on a machine part is The vector from the origin to...
 10.6DQ: The harder you hit the brakes while driving forward, the more the f...
 10.6E: A metal bar is in the xyplane with one end of the bar at the origi...
 10.7DQ: When an acrobat walks on a tightrope, she extends her arms straight...
 10.7E: In Figure, forces , , and each have magnitude 50 N and act at the s...
 10.8DQ: When you turn on an electric motor, it takes longer to come up to f...
 10.8E: A machinist is using a wrench to loosen a nut. The wrench is 25.0 c...
 10.9DQ: Experienced cooks can tell whether an egg is raw or hard boiled by ...
 10.9E: The flywheel of an engine has moment of inertia 2.50 kg · m2 about ...
 10.10DQ: The work done by a force is the product of force and distance. The ...
 10.11DQ: A valued client brings a treasured ball to your engineering firm, w...
 10.11E: A machine part has the shape of a solid uniform sphere of mass 225 ...
 10.12DQ: You make two versions of the same object out of the same material h...
 10.12E: A cord is wrapped around the rim of a solid uniform wheel 0.250 m i...
 10.13DQ: Two identical masses are attached to frictionless pulleys by very l...
 10.13E: CP? A 2.00kg textbook rests on a frictionless, horizontal surface....
 10.14DQ: The force of gravity acts on the baton in Fig. 10.11, and forces pr...
 10.14E: CP ?A stone is suspended from the free end of a wire that is wrappe...
 10.15DQ: A certain solid uniform ball reaches a maximum height h0 when it ro...
 10.15E: A wheel rotates without friction about a stationary horizontal axis...
 10.16DQ: A wheel is rolling without slipping on a horizontal surface. In an ...
 10.16E: CP? A 15.0kg bucket of water is suspended by a very light rope wra...
 10.17DQ: Part of the kinetic energy of a moving automobile is in the rotatio...
 10.17E: ?A \(12.0\mathrm{kg}\) box resting on a horizontal, frictionless s...
 10.18DQ: A hoop, a uniform solid cylinder, a spherical shell, and a uniform ...
 10.18E: BIO Gymnastics.? We can roughly model a gymnastic tumbler as a unif...
 10.19DQ: A ball is rolling along at speed without slipping on a horizontal s...
 10.19E: A 2.20kg hoop 1.20 m in diameter is rolling to the right without s...
 10.20DQ: You are standing at the center of a large horizontal turntable in a...
 10.20E: A string is wrapped several times around the rim of a small hoop wi...
 10.21DQ: A certain uniform turntable of diameter ?D?0 has an angular momentu...
 10.21E: What fraction of the total kinetic energy is rotational for the fol...
 10.22DQ: A point particle travels in a straight line at constant speed, and ...
 10.22E: A hollow, spherical shell with mass 2.00 kg rolls without slipping...
 10.23DQ: In Example 10.10 (Section 10.6) the angular speed changes, and this...
 10.23E: A solid ball is released from rest and slides down a hillside that...
 10.24DQ: In Example 10.10 (Section 10.6) the rotational kinetic energy of th...
 10.24E: A uniform marble rolls down a symmetrical bowl, starting from rest ...
 10.25DQ: As discussed in Section 10.6, the angular momentum of a circus acro...
 10.25E: A 392N wheel comes off a moving truck and rolls without slipping a...
 10.26DQ: If you stop a spinning raw egg for the shortest possible instant an...
 10.26E: A Ball Rolling Uphill. ?A bowling ball rolls without slipping up a ...
 10.27DQ: A helicopter has a large main rotor that rotates in a horizontal pl...
 10.27E: A thin, light string is wrapped around the outer rim of a uniform h...
 10.28DQ: In a common design for a gyroscope, the flywheel and flywheel axis ...
 10.29DQ: A gyroscope takes 3.8 s to precess 1.0 revolution about a vertical ...
 10.29E: A size5 soccer ball of diameter 22.6 cm and mass 426 g rolls up a ...
 10.30DQ: A gyroscope is precessing as in Fig. 10.32. What happens if you ge...
 10.30E: An engine delivers 175 hp to an aircraft propeller at 2400 rev/min....
 10.31DQ: A bullet spins on its axis as it emerges from a rifle. Explain how ...
 10.31E: A playground merrygoround has radius 2.40 m and moment of inertia...
 10.32E: An electric motor consumes 9.00 kJ of electrical energy in 1.00 min...
 10.33E: A1.50kg grinding wheel is in the form of a solid cylinder of radiu...
 10.34E: An airplane propeller is 2.08 m in length (from tip to tip) and has...
 10.35E: (a) Compute the torque developed by an industrial motor whose outpu...
 10.36E: A woman with mass 50 kg is standing on the rim of a large disk that...
 10.37E: A 2.00kg rock has a horizontal velocity of magnitude 12.0 m/s when...
 10.38E: (a) Calculate the magnitude of the angular momentum of the earth in...
 10.39E: Find the magnitude of the angular momentum of the second hand on a ...
 10.40E: CALC? A hollow, thinwalled sphere of mass 12.0 kg and diameter 48....
 10.41E: Under some circumstances, a star can collapse into an extremely den...
 10.42E: A small block on a frictionless, horizontal surface has a mass of 0...
 10.43E: The Spinning Figure Skater.? The outstretched hands and arms of a f...
 10.44E: A diver comes off a board with arms straight up and legs straight d...
 10.45E: A large wooden turntable in the shape of a flat uniform disk has a ...
 10.46E: A solid wood door 1.00 m wide and 2.00 m high is hinged along one s...
 10.47E: A small 10.0g bug stands at one end of a thin uniform bar that is ...
 10.48E: Asteroid Collision!? Suppose that an asteroid traveling straight to...
 10.49E: A thin uniform rod has a length of 0.500 m and is rotating in a cir...
 10.50E: A thin uniform rod has a length of 0.500 m and is rotating in a cir...
 10.51E: A uniform, 4.5kg, square, solid wooden gate 1.5 m on each side han...
 10.52E: Sedna.? In November 2003 the nowmostdistantknown object in the s...
 10.53E: The rotor (flywheel) of a toy gyroscope has mass 0.140 kg. Its mome...
 10.54E: A Gyroscope on the Moon.? A certain gyroscope precesses at a rate o...
 10.55E: A gyroscope is precessing about a vertical axis. Describe what happ...
 10.56E: Stabilization of the Hubble Space Telescope.? The Hubble Space Tele...
 10.57P: A 50.0kg grindstone is a solid disk 0.520 m in diameter. You press...
 10.58P: An experimental bicycle wheel is placed on a test stand so that it ...
 10.59P: A grindstone in the shape of a solid disk with diameter 0.520 m and...
 10.60P: A uniform, 8.40kg, spherical shell 50.0 cm in diameter has four sm...
 10.61P: A solid uniform cylinder with mass 8.25 kg and diameter 15.0 cm is ...
 10.62P: A uniform hollow disk has two pieces of thin, light wire wrapped ar...
 10.63P: A thin, uniform, 3.80kg bar, 80.0 cm long, has very small 2.50kg ...
 10.64P: While exploring a castle, Exena the Exterminator is spotted by a dr...
 10.65P: CALC ?You connect a light string to a point on the edge of a unifor...
 10.66P: Balancing Act. ?Attached to one end of a long, thin, uniform rod of...
 10.67P: The Atwood’s Machine. Figure P10.59? illustrates an Atwood’s machin...
 10.68P: The mechanism shown in ?Fig. P10.60? is used to raise a crate of su...
 10.69P: A large 16.0kg roll of paper with radius R = 18.0 cm rests against...
 10.70P: A block with mass ?m? = 5.00 kg slides down a surface inclined 36.9...
 10.71P: Two metal disks, one with radius R1 = 2.50 cm and mass M1 = 0.80 kg...
 10.72P: A lawn roller in the form of a thinwalled, hollow cylinder with ma...
 10.73P: Two weights are connected by a very light, flexible cord that passe...
 10.74P: A solid disk is rolling without slipping on a level surface at a co...
 10.75P: The Yoyo. A yoyo is made from two uniform disks, each with mass m...
 10.76P: CP? A thinwalled, hollow spherical shell of mass ?m? and radius r ...
 10.77P: Starting from rest, a constant force F = 100 N is applied to the fr...
 10.78P: As shown in Fig. E10.20, a string is wrapped several times around t...
 10.79P: A basketball (which can be closely modeled as a hollow spherical sh...
 10.80P: A uniform marble rolls without slipping down the path shown in Figu...
 10.81P: Rolling Stones.? A solid, uniform, spherical boulder starts from re...
 10.82P: CP? A solid uniform ball rolls without slipping up a hill (?Fig. P1...
 10.83P: A 42.0cmdiameter wheel, consisting of a rim and six spokes, is co...
 10.84P: A child rolls a 0.600kg basketball up a long ramp. The basketball ...
 10.85P: In a lab experiment you let a uniform ball roll down a curved track...
 10.86P: A uniform drawbridge 8.00 m long is attached to the roadway by a fr...
 10.87P: A uniform solid cylinder with mass ?M? and radius 2?R? rests on a h...
 10.88P: A 5.00kg ball is dropped from a height of 12.0 m above one end of ...
 10.89P: A 5.00kgball is dropped from a height of 12.0 m above one end of a...
 10.90P: Tarzan and Jane in the 21st Century. Tarzan has foolishly gotten hi...
 10.91P: A uniform rod of length L rests on a frictionless horizontal surfac...
 10.92P: The solid wood door of a gymnasium is 1.00 m wide and 2.00 m high, ...
 10.93P: A target in a shooting gallery consists of a vertical square wooden...
 10.94P: Neutron Star Glitches.? Occasionally, a rotating neutron star (see ...
 10.95P: A 500.0g bird is flying horizontally at 2.25 m/s, not paying much ...
 10.96P: A small block with mass 0.250 kg is attached to a string passing th...
 10.97P: A horizontal plywood disk with mass 7.00 kg and diameter 1.00 m piv...
 10.98P: A 55kg runner runs around the edge of a horizontal turntable mount...
 10.99P: Center of Percussion. ?A baseball bat rests on a frictionless, hori...
 10.100CP: A uniform ball of radius ?R? rolls without slipping between two rai...
 10.101CP: When an object is rolling without slipping, the rolling friction fo...
 10.102CP: A demonstration gyroscope wheel is constructed by removing the tire...
 10.103CP: CP CALC? A block with mass m is revolving with linear speed v1 in a...
Solutions for Chapter 10: Newton's Laws of Motion
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Solutions for Chapter 10: Newton's Laws of Motion
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In this chapter we will use two new concepts, force and mass, to analyze the principles of dynamics. These principles were clearly stated for the first time by Sir Isaac Newton (1642–1727); today we call them Newton’s laws of motion.
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