 5.1DQ: A man sits in a seat that is hanging from a rope. The rope passes o...
 5.1E: Two 25.0N weights are suspended at opposite ends of a rope that pa...
 5.2DQ: “In general, the normal force is not equal to the weight.” Give an ...
 5.2E: In ?Fig. E5.2? each of the suspended blocks has weight w. The pulle...
 5.3DQ: A clothesline hangs between two poles. No matter how tightly the li...
 5.3E: A 75.0kg wrecking ball hangs from a uniform, heavyduty chain of m...
 5.4DQ: You drive a car up a steep hill at constant speed. Discuss all of t...
 5.4E: BIO Injuries to the Spinal Column.? In the treatment of spine injur...
 5.5DQ: For medical reasons, astronauts in outer space must determine thei...
 5.5E: A picture frame hung against a wall is suspended by two wires attac...
 5.6DQ: To push a box up a ramp, which requires less force: pushing horizon...
 5.6E: A large wrecking ball is held in place by two light steel cables (F...
 5.7DQ: A woman in an elevator lets go of her briefcase, but it does not fa...
 5.7E: Find the tension in each cord in ?Fig. E5.7? if the weight of the s...
 5.8DQ: You can classify scales for weighing objects as those that use spri...
 5.8E: A 1130kg car is held in place by a light cable on a very smooth (f...
 5.9DQ: When you tighten a nut on a bolt, how are you increasing the fricti...
 5.9E: A man pushes on a piano with mass 180 kg so that it slides at const...
 5.10DQ: A block rests on an inclined plane with enough friction to prevent ...
 5.10E: In Fig. E5.10 the weight w is 60.0 N. (a) What is the tension in th...
 5.11DQ: A crate of books rests on a level floor. To move it along the floor...
 5.11E: BIO Stay Awake! An astronaut is inside a 2.25 X 106 kg rocket that ...
 5.12DQ: In a world without friction, which of the following activities coul...
 5.12E: A 125kg (including all the contents) rocket has an engine that pro...
 5.13DQ: Walkin g on horizontal slippery ice can be much more tiring than wa...
 5.13E: CP Genesis Crash. On September 8, 2004, the ?Genesis? spacecraft cr...
 5.14DQ: When you stand with bare feet in a wet bathtub, the grip feels fair...
 5.14E: ?Three sleds are being pulled horizontally on frictionless horizont...
 5.15DQ: You are pushing a large crate from the back of a freight elevator t...
 5.15E: ?Atwood’s Machine. A 15.0kg load of bricks hangs from one end of a...
 5.16DQ: The moon is accelerating toward the earth. Why isn’t it getting clo...
 5.16E: CP An 8.00kg block of ice, released from rest at the top of a 1.50...
 5.17DQ: An automotive magazine calls decreasing radius curves “the bane of ...
 5.17E: A light rope is attached to a block with mass 4.00 kg that rests on...
 5.18DQ: It is often said that “friction always opposes motion.” Give at lea...
 5.18E: CP Runway Design.? A transport plane takes off from a level landing...
 5.19DQ: If there is a net force on a particle in uniform circular motion, w...
 5.19E: CP? A 750.0kg boulder is raised from a quarry 125 m deep by a long...
 5.20DQ: A curve in a road has a bank angle calculated and posted for 80 km/...
 5.20E: Apparent Weight.? A 550N physics student stands on a bathroom scal...
 5.21DQ: You swing a ball on the end of a lightweight string in a horizontal...
 5.21E: BIO Force During a Jump.? When jumping straight up from a crouched ...
 5.22DQ: The centrifugal force is not included in the freebody diagrams of ...
 5.22E: CP CALC? A 2540kg test rocket is launched vertically from the laun...
 5.23DQ: A professor swings a rubber stopper in a horizontal circle on the e...
 5.23E: CP CALC? A 2.00kg box is moving to the right with speed 9.00 m/s o...
 5.24DQ: To keep the forces on the riders within allowable limits, many loop...
 5.24E: CP CALC? A 5.00kg crate is suspended from the end of a short verti...
 5.25DQ: A tennis ball drops from rest at the top of a tall glass cylinder—f...
 5.25E: BIO The Trendelenburg Position.? After emergencies with major blood...
 5.26DQ: You throw a baseball straight upward with speed v0. When the ball r...
 5.26E: ?In a laboratory experiment on friction, a 135N block resting on a...
 5.27DQ: You throw a baseball straight upward. If you do ?not? ignore air re...
 5.27E: A stockroom worker pushes a box with mass 11.2 kg on a horizontal s...
 5.28DQ: You have two identical tennis balls and fill one with water. You re...
 5.28E: A box of bananas weighing 40.0 N rests on a horizontal surface. The...
 5.29DQ: A ball is dropped from rest and feels air resistance as it falls. W...
 5.29E: A 45.0kg crate of tools rests on a horizontal floor. You exert a g...
 5.30DQ: A ball is dropped from rest and feels air resistance as it falls. W...
 5.30E: Some sliding rocks approach the base of a hill with a speed of 12 m...
 5.31DQ: When does a baseball in light have an acceleration with a positive ...
 5.31E: You are lowering two boxes, one on top of the other, down a ramp by...
 5.32DQ: When a balled baseball moves with air drag, does it travel a greate...
 5.32E: A pickup truck is carrying a toolbox, but the rear gate of the truc...
 5.33DQ: “A ball is thrown from the edge of a high cliff. Regardless of the ...
 5.33E: CP Stopping Distance.? (a) If the coefficient of kinetic friction b...
 5.34E: ?Consider the system shown in Fig. E5.34. Block A weighs 45.0 N, an...
 5.35E: Two crates connected by a rope lie on a horizontal surface (?Fig. E...
 5.36E: CP? A 25.0kg box of textbooks rests on a loading ramp that makes a...
 5.37E: CP? As shown in Fig. E5.34, block A (mass 2.25 kg) rests on a table...
 5.38E: A box with mass m is dragged across a level floor with coefficient ...
 5.39E: A large crate with mass m rests on a horizontal floor. The coeffici...
 5.40E: You throw a baseball straight upward. The drag force is proportiona...
 5.41E: (a) In Example 5.18 (Section 5.3), what value of D is required to m...
 5.42E: A small car with mass 0.800 kg travels at constant speed on the ins...
 5.43E: A machine part consists of a thin 40.0cmlong bar with small 1.15...
 5.44E: A ftat (unbanked) curve on a highway has a radius of 220.0 m. A car...
 5.45E: A 1125kg car and a 2250kg pickup truck approach a curve on a high...
 5.46E: The “Giant Swing” at a county fair consists of a vertical central s...
 5.47E: In another version of the “Giant Swing” (see Exercise). the scat is...
 5.48E: A small button placed on a horizontal rotating platform with diamet...
 5.49E: Rotating Space Stations.? One problem for humans living in outer sp...
 5.50E: The Cosmo Clock 21 Ferris wheel in Yokohama, Japan, has a diameter ...
 5.51E: An airplane flies in a loop (a circular path in a vertical plane) o...
 5.52E: . A 50.0kg stunt pilot who has been diving her airplane vertically...
 5.53E: Stay Dry!? You tie a cord to a pail of water and swing the pail in ...
 5.54E: A bowling ball weighing 71.2 N (16.0 lb) is attached to the ceiling...
 5.55E: BIO Effect on Blood of Walking.? While a person is walking, his arm...
 5.56P: An adventurous archaeologist crosses between two rock cliffs by slo...
 5.57P: Two ropes are connected to a steel cable that supports a hanging we...
 5.58P: In ?Fig. P5.62? a worker lifts a weight w by pulling down on a rope...
 5.59P: A solid uniform 45.0kg ball of diameter 32.0 cm is supported again...
 5.60P: A horizontal wire holds a solid uniform ball of mass m in place on ...
 5.61P: CP BIO Forces During Chinups.? When you do a chinup, you raise yo...
 5.62P: Prevention of Hip Injuries?. People (especially the elderly) who ar...
 5.63P: CALC? A 3.00kg box that is several hundred meters above the earth’...
 5.64P: A 5.00kg box sits at rest at the bottom of a ramp that is 8.00 m l...
 5.65P: Two boxes connected by a light horizontal rope are on a horizontal ...
 5.66P: A 6.00kg box sits on a ramp that is inclined at 37.0° above the ho...
 5.67P: In Fig. P5.34 block ?A? has mass ?m? and block ?B? has mass 6.00 kg...
 5.68P: CP? In ?Fig. P5.74?, m1 = 20.0 kg and ? = 53.1o. The coefficient of...
 5.69P: Rolling Friction?. Two bicycle tires are set rolling with the same ...
 5.70P: A? ?Rope with? ?Mass.? A block with mass ?M? is attached to the low...
 5.71P: A block with mass m1 is placed on an inclined plane with slope angl...
 5.72P: Block A in ?Fig. P5.76? weighs 60.0 N. The coefficient of static fr...
 5.73P: Block ?A? in Fig weighs 2.40 N and block ?B? weighs 3.60 N. The coe...
 5.74P: A window washer pushes his scrub brush up a vertical window at cons...
 5.75P: BIO The Flying Leap of a Flea.? Highspeed motion pictures (3500 fr...
 5.76P: 25,000kg rocket blasts oil vertically from the earth’s surface wit...
 5.77P: CP CALC ?You are standing on a bathroom scale in an elevator in a t...
 5.78P: CP Elevator Design.? You are designing an elevator for a hospital. ...
 5.79P: You are working for a shipping company. Your job is to stand at the...
 5.80P: A hammer is hanging by a light rope from the ceiling of a bus. The ...
 5.81P: A steel washer is suspended inside an empty shipping crate from a l...
 5.82P: Lunch Time!? You are riding your motorcycle one day down a wet stre...
 5.83P: In the system shown in Fig. P5.34, block A has mass ?m? , block B h...
 5.84P: If the coefficient of static friction between a table and a uniform...
 5.85P: A 40.0kg packing case is initially at rest on the floor of a 1500...
 5.86P: CP Traffic Court.? You are called as an expert witness in a trial f...
 5.87P: Two identical 15.0kg balls, each 25.0 cm in diameter, are suspende...
 5.88P: CP Losing Cargo.? A 12.0kg box rests on the level bed of a truck. ...
 5.89P: Block A in ?Fig. P5.87? weighs 1.90 N, and block B weighs 4.20 N. T...
 5.90P: You are part of a design team for future exploration of the planet ...
 5.91P: Block A in ?Fig. P5.89? has mass 4.00 kg, and block B has mass 12.0...
 5.92P: Two blocks connected by a cord passing over a small, frictionless p...
 5.93P: In terms of ?m?1, ?m?2, and g, find the acceleration of each block ...
 5.94P: Block B , with mass 5.00 kg, rests on block A , with mass 8.00 kg, ...
 5.95P: Two objects, with masses 5.00 kg and 2.00 kg, hang 0.600 m above th...
 5.96P: Friction in an Elevator.? You are riding in an elevator on the way ...
 5.97P: A block is placed against the vertical front of a cart (?Fig. P5.? ...
 5.98P: Two blocks, with masses 4.00 kg and 8.00 kg, are connected by a st...
 5.99P: Block A, with weight 3w, slides down an inclined plane S of slope a...
 5.100P: Accelerometer?. The system shown in Fig can be used to measure the ...
 5.101P: Banked Curve I.? A curve with a 120m radius on a level road is ban...
 5.102P: Banked Curve IL Consider a wet roadway banked as in Example 5.22 (S...
 5.103P: Blocks A , B , and C are placed as in ? ig. P5.101? and connected b...
 5.104P: You are riding in a school bus. As the bus rounds a flat curve at c...
 5.105P: The Monkey and Bananas Problem?. A 20kg monkey has a firm hold on ...
 5.106P: ?CALC You throw a rock downward into water with a speed of 3 mg/k, ...
 5.107P: A rock with mass ?m? = 3.00 kg falls from rest in a viscous medium....
 5.108P: A rock with mass ?m? slides with initial velocity ?v?0 on a horizon...
 5.109P: You observe a 1350kg sports car rolling along flat pavement in a s...
 5.110P: A 4.00kg block is attached to a vertical rod by means of two strin...
 5.111P: Equation (5.10) applies to the case where the initial velocity is z...
 5.112P: A small rock moves in water, and the force exerted on it by the wat...
 5.113P: MerryGoRound.? One December identical twins Jena and Jackie are p...
 5.114P: A 70kg person rides in a 30kg cart moving at 12 m/s at the top of...
 5.115P: On the ride “Spindletop” at the amusement park Six Flags Over Texas...
 5.116P: A passenger with mass 85 kg rides in a Ferris wheel like that in Ex...
 5.117P: Ulterior Motives.? You are driving a classic 1954 Nash Ambassador w...
 5.118P: A physics major is working to pay her college tuition by performing...
 5.119P: A small bead can slide without friction on a circular hoop that is ...
 5.120P: A small remotecontrolled car with mass 1.60 kg moves at a constant...
 5.121CP: Angle for Minimum Force?. A box with weight ?w? is pulled at consta...
 5.122CP: Moving Wedge.? A wedge with mass M rests on a frictionless, horizon...
 5.123CP: A wedge with mass M rests on a frictionless, horizontal tabletop. A...
 5.124CP: Falling Baseball.? You drop a baseball from the roof of a tall buil...
 5.125CP: Double Atwood’s Machine.? In ?Fig. P5.114? masses m1 and m2 are con...
 5.126CP: The masses of blocks ?A? and ?B? in Fig are 20.0 kg and 10.0 kg, re...
 5.127CP: A ball is held at rest at position A in ?Fig. P5.115? by two light ...
Solutions for Chapter 5: Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
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Solutions for Chapter 5: Momentum, Impulse, and Collisions
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This approach uses two new concepts, momentum and impulse, and a new conservation law, conservation of momentum. This conservation law is every bit as important as the law of conservation of energy. The law of conservation of momentum is valid even in situations in which Newton’s laws are inadequate, such as bodies moving at very high speeds (near the speed of light) or objects on a very small scale (such as the constituents of atoms).
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