 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 horizonta...
 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, a...
 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 ?3mg/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 ...
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