 3.1DQ: A simple pendulum (a mass swinging at the end of a string) swings b...
 3.1E: A squirrel has x and ycoordinates (1.1 m, 3.4 m) at time t1 = 0 a...
 3.2DQ: 03.2 Redraw Fig. 3.11a if Does the particle move in a straight line...
 3.2E: A rhinoceros is at the origin of coordinates at time t1 = 0. For th...
 3.3DQ: A projectile moves in a parabolic path without air resistance. Is t...
 3.3E: CALC? A web page designer creates an animation in which a dot on a ...
 3.4DQ: When a rifle is fired at a distant target, the barrel is not lined ...
 3.4E: CALC? The position of a squirrel running in a park is given by (a) ...
 3.5DQ: At the instant that you fire a bullet horizontally from a rifle, yo...
 3.5E: A jet plane is flying at a constant altitude. At time t1 = 0, it ha...
 3.6DQ: A package falls out of an airplane that is flying in a straight lin...
 3.6E: A dog running in an open field has components of velocity vx = 2.6 ...
 3.7DQ: Sketch the six graphs of the x and ycomponents of position, veloc...
 3.7E: CALC? The coordinates of a bird flying in the xyplane are given by...
 3.8DQ: If a jumping frog can give itself the same initial speed regardless...
 3.8E: CALC? A remotecontrolled car is moving in a vacant parking lot. Th...
 3.9DQ: A projectile is fired upward at an angle ? above the horizontal wit...
 3.9E: A physics book slides off a horizontal tabletop with a speed of 1.1...
 3.10DQ: In uniform circular motion, what are the ?average? velocity and ?av...
 3.10E: A daring 510N swimmer dives off a cliff with a running horizontal ...
 3.11DQ: In uniform circular motion, how does the acceleration change when t...
 3.11E: Two crickets, Chirpy and Milada, jump from the top of a vertical cl...
 3.12DQ: In uniform circular motion, the acceleration is perpendicular to th...
 3.12E: A rookie quarterback throws a football with an initial upward veloc...
 3.13DQ: Raindrops hitting the side windows of a car in motion often leave d...
 3.13E: Leaping the River I?. A car traveling on a level horizontal road co...
 3.14DQ: In a rainstorm with a strong wind, what determines the best positio...
 3.14E: BIO The Champion Jumper of the Insect World.? The froghopper, ?Phil...
 3.15DQ: You are on the west bank of a river that is flowing north with a sp...
 3.15E: Inside a starship at rest on the earth, a ball rolls off the top of...
 3.16DQ: A stone is thrown into the air at an angle above the horizontal and...
 3.16E: On level ground a shell is fired with un initial velocity of 50.0 m...
 3.17E: A major leaguer hits a baseball so that it leaves the bat at a spee...
 3.18E: A shot putter releases the shot some distance above the level groun...
 3.19E: Win the Prize.? In a carnival booth, you can win a stuffed giraffe ...
 3.20E: Suppose the departure angle in Fig. 3.26 is 42.0° and the distance ...
 3.21E: A man stands on the roof of a 15.0mtall building and throws a roc...
 3.22E: Firemen use a highpressure hose to shoot a stream of water at a bu...
 3.23E: A 124kg balloon carrying a 22kg basket is descending with a const...
 3.24E: BIO Dizziness.? Our balance is maintained, at least in part, by the...
 3.25E: The earth has a radius of 6380 km and turns around once on its axis...
 3.26E: A model of a helicopter rotor has four blades, each 3.40 m long fro...
 3.27E: Pilot Blackout in a Power Dive.? A jet plane comes in for a downwar...
 3.28E: The radius of the earth’s orbit around the sun (assumed to be circu...
 3.29E: A Ferris wheel with radius 14.0 m is turning about a horizontal axi...
 3.30E: BIO Hypergravity.? At its Ames Research Center, NASA uses its large...
 3.31E: A “moving sidewalk” in an airport terminal moves at 1.0 m/s and is ...
 3.32E: A railroad flatcar is traveling to the right at a speed of 13.0 m/s...
 3.33E: A canoe has a velocity of 0.40 m/s southeast relative to the earth....
 3.34E: Two piers, A and B, are located on a river; B is 1500 m downstream ...
 3.35E: Crossing the River I.? A river flows due south with a speed of 2.0 ...
 3.36E: Crossing the River? ?II.? (a) In which direction should the motorbo...
 3.37E: The nose of an ultralight plane is pointed due south, and its airsp...
 3.38E: An airplane pilot wishes to fly due west. A wind of 80.0 km/h (abou...
 3.39E: BIO Bird Migration.? Canada geese migrate essentially along a north...
 3.40P: An athlete starts at point ?A? and runs, at a constant speed of 6.0...
 3.42P: CALC? A faulty model rocket moves in the xyplane (the positive y ...
 3.43P: CALC? If where b and c are positive constants, when does the veloci...
 3.44P: CALC? The position of a dragonfly that is flying parallel to the gr...
 3.45P: A small toy airplane is flying in the ?xy?plane parallel to the gr...
 3.46P: CALC? A bird flies in the xyplane with a velocity vector given by ...
 3.47P: A test rocket is launched by accelerating it along a 200.0m inclin...
 3.48P: Martian Athletics.? In the long jump, an athlete launches herself a...
 3.49P: Dynamite!? A demolition crew uses dynamite to blow an old building ...
 3.50P: BIO Spiraling Up.? Birds of prey typically rise upward on thermals....
 3.51P: A sly 1.5kg monkey and a jungle veterinarian with a blowgun loade...
 3.52P: A movie stuntwoman drops from a helicopter that is 30.0 m above the...
 3.54P: A cannon, located 60.0 m from the base of a vertical 25.0mtall cl...
 3.56P: An important piece of landing equipment must be thrown to a ship, w...
 3.57P: CP CALC? A toy rocket is launched with an initial velocity of 12.0 ...
 3.58P: An Errand of Mercy.? An airplane is dropping bales of hay to cattle...
 3.59P: The Longest Home Run.? According to ?Guinness? ?World Records,? the...
 3.60P: A water hose is used to fill a large cylindrical storage tank of di...
 3.61P: A projectile is being launched from ground level with no air resist...
 3.62P: Kicking an Extra Point.? In Canadian football, after a touchdown th...
 3.63P: A grasshopper leaps into the air from the edge of a vertical cliff,...
 3.64P: A World Record.? In the shot put, a standard track andfield event,...
 3.65P: Look Out!? A snowball rolls off a barn roof that slopes downward a...
 3.66P: On the Flying Trapeze?. A new circus act is called the TexasTumbler...
 3.67P: Leaping the River II.? A physics professor did daredevil stunts in ...
 3.68P: A rock is thrown with a velocity v0, at an angle of ?0 from the hor...
 3.69P: A 5500kg cart carrying a vertical rocket launcher moves to the rig...
 3.70P: A 2.7kg ball is thrown upward with an initial speed of 20.0 m/s fr...
 3.71P: A 76.0kg rock is rolling horizontally at the top of a vertical cli...
 3.72P: Tossing Your Lunch.? Henrietta is jogging on the sidewalk at 3.05 ...
 3.73P: Two tanks are engaged in a training exercise on level ground. The f...
 3.74P: CP Bang!? A student sits atop a platform a distance h above the gro...
 3.75P: In a Fourth of July celebration, a firework is launched from ground...
 3.76P: When it is 145 m above the ground, a rocket traveling vertical by u...
 3.77P: In an actionadventure film, the hero is supposed to throw a grenad...
 3.78P: A 400.0mwide river flows from west to east at 30.0 m/min. Your bo...
 3.79P: Cycloid?. A particle moves in the ?xy?plane. Its coordinates are g...
 3.80P: A projectile is fired from point ?A? at an angle above the horizont...
 3.81P: An airplane pilot sets a compass course due west and maintains an a...
 3.82P: Raindrops.? When a train’s velocity is 12.0 m/s eastward, raindrop...
 3.83P: In a World Cup soccer match, Juan is running due north toward the g...
 3.84P: An elevator is moving upward at a constant speed of 2.50 m/s. A bol...
 3.85P: CP Suppose the elevator in 3.84 starts from rest and maintains a co...
 3.86P: Two soccer players, Mia and Alice, are running as Alice passes the ...
 3.87P: Projectile Motion on an Incline?. Refer to the Bridging chapter 3. ...
 3.88CP: CALC? A projectile thrown from a point P moves in such a way that i...
 3.89CP: Two students are canoeing on a river. While heading upstream, they ...
 3.90P: CP? A rocket designed to place small payloads into orbit is carried...
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