 11.2DQ: (a) Is it possible for an object to be in translational equilibrium...
 11.2E: The center of gravity of a 5.00kg irregular object is shown in ?Fi...
 11.3DQ: Car tires are sometimes “balanced” on a machine that pivots the tir...
 11.3E: A uniform rod is 2.00 m long and has mass 1.80 kg. A 2.40kg clamp ...
 11.1DQ: In Section 11.2 we always assumed that the value of g was the same ...
 11.6DQ: You are balancing a wrench by suspending it at a single point. Is t...
 11.1E: Two people are carrying a uniform wooden board that is 3.00 m long ...
 11.7DQ: You can probably stand flatfooted on the floor and then rise up and...
 11.7E: Two people carry a heavy electric motor by placing it on a light bo...
 11.8DQ: You freely pivot a horseshoe from a horizontal nail through one of ...
 11.8E: A 60.0cm, uniform, 50.0N shelf is supported horizontally by two v...
 11.9DQ: An object consists of a ball of weight W glued to the end of a unif...
 11.9E: A 350N, uniform, 1.50m bar is suspended horizontally by two verti...
 11.10DQ: Suppose that the object in Question 11.9 is released from rest with...
 11.10E: A uniform ladder 5.0 m long rests against a frictionless, vertical ...
 11.11DQ: Why must a water skier moving with constant velocity lean backward?...
 11.11E: A diving board 3.00 m long is supported at a point 1.00 m from the ...
 11.12DQ: In pioneer days, when a Conestoga wagon was stuck in the mud, peopl...
 11.12E: A uniform aluminum beam 9.00 m long, weighing 300 N, rests symmetri...
 11.13DQ: The mighty Zimbo claims to have leg muscles so strong that he can s...
 11.13E: Find the tension T in each cable and the magnitude and direction of...
 11.14DQ: Why is it easier to hold a 10kg dumbbell in your hand at your side...
 11.14E: The horizontal beam in ?Fig. E11.14 weighs 190 N, and its center of...
 11.15DQ: Certain features of a person, such as height and mass, are fixed (a...
 11.15E: Pushups. To strengthen his arm and chest muscles, an 82kg athlete...
 11.16DQ: During pregnancy, women often develop back pains from leaning backw...
 11.16E: Suppose that you can lift no more than 650 N (around 150 lb) unaide...
 11.17DQ: Why is a tapered water glass with a narrow base easier to tip over ...
 11.17E: You take your dog Clea to the vet, and the doctor decides he must l...
 11.18DQ: When a tall, heavy refrigerator is pushed across a rough floor, wha...
 11.18E: A 15,000N crane pivots around a frictionfree axle at its base and...
 11.19DQ: If a metal wire has its length doubled and its diameter tripled, by...
 11.19E: A 3.00mlong, 240N uniform rod at the zoo is held in the horizont...
 11.20E: A nonuniform beam 4.50 m long and weighing 1.00 kN makes an angle o...
 11.21DQ: A metal wire of diameter D stretches by 0.100 mm when supporting a ...
 11.21E: A Couple. Two forces equal in magnitude and opposite in direction, ...
 11.22DQ: Compare the mechanical properties of a steel cable, made by twistin...
 11.22E: BIO A Good Work out. You are doing exercises on a Nautilus machine ...
 11.23DQ: The material in human bones and elephant bones is essentially the s...
 11.23E: BIO Neck Muscles. A student bends her head at 40.0° from the vertic...
 11.24DQ: There is a small but appreciable amount of elastic hysteresis in th...
 11.24E: BIO Biceps Muscle. A relaxed biceps muscle requires a force of 25.0...
 11.25DQ: When rubber mounting blocks are used to absorb machine vibrations t...
 11.25E: A circular steel wire 2.00 m long must stretch no more than 0.25 cm...
 11.26E: Two circular rods, one steel and the other copper, are joined end t...
 11.27E: A metal rod that is 4.00 m long and 0.50 cm2 in crosssectional are...
 11.28E: Stress on a Mountaineer’s Rope. A nylon rope used by mountaineers e...
 11.29E: P In constructing a large mobile, an artist hangs an aluminum spher...
 11.31E: BIO Compression of Human Bone. The bulk modulus for bone is 15 GPa....
 11.32E: A solid gold bar is pulled up from the hold of the sunken RMS ?Tita...
 11.33E: Downhill Hiking. During vigorous downhill hiking, the force on the ...
 11.34E: A diving board 3.00 m long is supported at a point 1.00 m from the ...
 11.35E: A specimen of oil having an initial volume of 600 cm3 is subjected ...
 11.36E: A square steel plate is 10.0 cm on a side and 0.500 cm thick. (a) F...
 11.37E: A copper cube measures 6.00 cm on each side. The bottom face is hel...
 11.38E: In lab tests on a 9.25cm cube of a certain material, a force of 13...
 11.39E: In a materials testing laboratory, a metal wire made from a new all...
 11.40E: A 4.0mlong steel wire has a crosssectional area of 0.050 cm2 .It...
 11.41E: CP A steel cable with crosssectional area 3.00 cm2 has an elastic ...
 11.42E: A brass wire is to withstand a tensile force of 350 N without break...
 11.43P: A box of negligible mass rests at the left end of a 2.00m, 25.0kg...
 11.44P: A door 1.00 m wide and 2.00 m high weighs 280 N and is supported by...
 11.45P: Mountain Climbing. Mountaineers often use a rope to lower themselv...
 11.46P: Sir Lancelot rides slowly out of the castle at Camelot and onto the...
 11.47P: Three vertical forces act on an airplane when it is flying at a con...
 11.48P: A pickup truck has a wheelbase of 3.00 m. Ordinarily, 10,780 N rest...
 11.49P: A uniform, 255N rod that is 2.00 m long carries a 225N weight at ...
 11.50P: A uniform, 8.0m, 1150kg beam is hinged to a wall and supported by...
 11.51P: You open a restaurant and hope to entice customers by hanging out a...
 11.52P: A claw hammer is used to pull a nail out of a board (?Fig. P11.48?)...
 11.53P: End A of the bar AB in ?Fig. P11.50 rests on a frictionless horizo...
 11.54P: A museum of modern art is displaying an irregular 426N sculpture b...
 11.55P: BIO Supporting a Broken Leg. A therapist tells a 74kg patient with...
 11.56P: A Truck on a Drawbridge. A loaded cement mixer drives onto an old d...
 11.57P: BIO Leg Raises. In a simplified version of the musculature action i...
 11.58P: A non uniform fire escape ladder is 6.0 m long when extended to the...
 11.59P: A uniform strut of mass ?m makes an angle ?? with the horizontal. I...
 11.60P: You are asked to design the decorative mobile shown in ?Fig. P11.56...
 11.61P: A uniform, 7.5mlong beam weighing 5860 N is hinged to a wall and ...
 11.62P: CP A uniform drawbridge must be held at a 37o angle above the horiz...
 11.63P: BIO TendonStretching Exercises. As part of an exercise program, a ...
 11.64P: (a) In ?Fig. P11.60 a 6.00mlong, uniform beam is hanging from a p...
 11.65P: A uniform, horizontal flagpole 5.00 m long with a weight of 200 N i...
 11.66P: A holiday decoration consists of two shiny glass spheres with masse...
 11.67P: BIO DownwardFacing Dog. The yoga exercise “DownwardFacing Dog” re...
 11.68P: When you stretch a wire, rope, or rubber band, it gets thinner as w...
 11.69P: A worker wants to turn over a uniform, 1250N, rectangular crate by...
 11.70P: One end of a uniform meter stick is placed against a vertical wall ...
 11.71P: Two friends are carrying a 200kg crate up a flight of stairs. The ...
 11.72P: BIO Forearm. I ? n the human arm, the forearm and hand pivot about ...
 11.73P: BIO CALC R ? efer to the discussion of holding a dumbbell in Exampl...
 11.74P: A uniform, 90.0N table is 3.6 m long, 1.0 m high, and 1.2 m wide. ...
 11.75P: Flying Buttress. (a) A symmetric building has a roof sloping upward...
 11.76P: You are trying to raise a bicycle wheel of mass ?m and radius R up ...
 11.77P: The Farmyard Gate. A gate 4.00 m wide and 2.00 m high weighs 500 N....
 11.79P: Two uniform, 75.0g marbles 2.00 cm in diameter are stacked as show...
 11.80P: Two identical, uniform beams weighing 260 N each are connected at o...
 11.81P: An engineer is designing a conveyor system for loading hay bales i...
 11.82P: A weight W is supported by attaching it to a vertical uniform metal...
 11.83P: A garage door is mounted on an overhead rail (?Fig. P11.79?). The w...
 11.84P: A horizontal boom is supported at its left end by a frictionless pi...
 11.85P: Prior to being placed in its hole, a 5700N, 9.0mlong, uniform ut...
 11.86P: Pyramid Builders. Ancient pyramid builders are balancing a uniform ...
 11.87P: You hang a floodlamp from the end of a vertical steel wire. The flo...
 11.88P: Hooke’s Law for a Wire. A ? wire of length where Y? ?is Young’s mod...
 11.89P: A 12.0kg mass. fastened to the end of an aluminium wire with an un...
 11.90P: A metal wire 3.50 m long and 0.70 mm in diameter was given the foll...
 11.91P: A 1.05mlong rod of negligible weight is supported at its ends by ...
 11.92P: An amusement park ride consists of airplane shaped cars attached to...
 11.93P: A brass rod with a length of 1.40 m and a crosssectional area of 2...
 11.94P: CP BIO Stress on the Shin Bone. The compressive strength of our bon...
 11.95P: A moonshiner produces pure ethanol (ethyl alcohol) late at night an...
 11.96CP: Two ladders, 4.00 m and 3.00 m long, are hinged at point A and tied...
 11.97CP: A bookcase weighing 1500 N rests on a horizontal surface for which ...
 11.98P: Knocking Over a Post. One end of a post weighing 400 N and with hei...
 11.99CP: Minimizing the tension. A heavy horizontal girder of length ?L has ...
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