 7.1DQ: A baseball is thrown straight up with initial speed v0. If air resi...
 7.1E: In one day, a 75kg mountain climber ascends from the 1500m level ...
 7.2DQ: A projectile has the same initial kinetic energy no matter what the...
 7.2E: BIO How High Can We Jump?? The maximum height a typical human can j...
 7.3DQ: An object is released from rest at the top of a ramp. If the ramp i...
 7.3E: CP? A 90.0kg mail bag hangs by a vertical rope 3.5 m long. A posta...
 7.4DQ: An egg is released from the rest from the roof of a building and fa...
 7.4E: BIO Food Calories. The ?food calorie,? equal to 4186 J, is a measur...
 7.5DQ: A physics teacher had a bowling ball suspended from a very long rop...
 7.5E: A baseball is thrown from the roof of a 22.0mtall building with a...
 7.6DQ: Lost Energy? The principle of the conservation of energy tells us t...
 7.6E: A crate of mass M starts from rest at the top of a frictionless ram...
 7.7DQ: Is it possible for a friction force to increase the mechanical ener...
 7.7E: BIO Human Energy vs. Insect Energy. For its size, the common flea i...
 7.8DQ: A woman bounces on a trampoline, going a little higher with each bo...
 7.8E: An empty crate is given an initial push down a ramp, starting with ...
 7.9DQ: Fractured Physics. People often call their electric bill a power bi...
 7.9E: CP A small rock with mass 0.20 kg is released from rest at point A ...
 7.10DQ: A rock of mass m? ? and a rock of mass 2?m? are both released from ...
 7.10E: BIO Bone Fractures. The maximum energy that a bone can absorb witho...
 7.11DQ: On a frictionfree ice pond, a hockey puck is pressed against (but ...
 7.11E: You are testing a new amusement park roller coaster with an empty c...
 7.12DQ: When people are cold, they often rub their hands together to warm u...
 7.12E: Tarzan and Jane. Tarzan, in one tree, sights Jane in another tree. ...
 7.13DQ: You often hear it said that most of our energy ultimately comes fro...
 7.13E: A 10.0kg microwave oven is pushed 8.00 m up the sloping surface of...
 7.14DQ: A box slides down a ramp and work is done on the box by the forces ...
 7.14E: An ideal spring of negligible mass is 12.00 cm long when nothing is...
 7.15DQ: In physical terms, explain why friction is a nonconservative force....
 7.15E: A force of 800 N stretches a certain spring a distance of 0.200 m. ...
 7.16DQ: A compressed spring is clamped in its compressed position and then ...
 7.16E: BIO Tendons. Tendons are strong elastic fibers that attach muscles ...
 7.17DQ: Since only changes in potential energy are important in any problem...
 7.17E: A spring stores potential energy U0 when it is compressed a distanc...
 7.18DQ: Figure 7.22a shows the potentialenergy function for the force Fx =...
 7.18E: A slingshot will shoot a 10g pebble 22.0 m straight up. (a) How mu...
 7.19DQ: Figure 7.22b shows the potentialenergy function associated with th...
 7.19E: A spring of negligible mass has force constant k = 1600 N/m. (a) Ho...
 7.20DQ: For a system of two particles we often let the potential energy for...
 7.20E: A 1.20kg piece of cheese is placed on a vertical spring of negligi...
 7.21DQ: Explain why the points x = A and x =  A in Fig. 7.23b are called ?...
 7.21E: Consider the glider of Example 7.7 (Section 7.2) and Fig. 7.16. As ...
 7.22DQ: A particle is in ?neutral equilibrium? if the net force on it is ze...
 7.22E: Consider the glider of Example 7.7 (Section 7.2) and Fig. 7.16. (a)...
 7.23DQ: The net force on a particle of mass m has the potentialenergy func...
 7.23E: A 2.50kg mass is pushed against a horizontal spring of force const...
 7.24DQ: The potentialenergy function for a force where ? is a positive con...
 7.24E: (a) For the elevator of Example 7.9 (Section 7.2), what is the spee...
 7.25E: You are asked to design a spring that will give a 1160kg satellite...
 7.26E: A 2.50kg block on a horizontal floor is attached to a horizontal s...
 7.27E: A 10.0kg box is pulled by a horizontal wire in a circle on a rough...
 7.28E: A 75kg roofer climbs a vertical 7.0m ladder to the flat roof of a...
 7.29E: A 0.60kg book slides on a horizontal table. The kinetic friction f...
 7.30E: CALC In an experiment, one of the forces exerted on a proton is whe...
 7.31E: You and three friends stand at the corners of a square whose sides ...
 7.32E: While a roofer is working on a roof that slants at 36° above the ho...
 7.33E: A 62.0kg skier is moving at 6.50 m/s on a frictionless, horizontal...
 7.34E: CALC The potential energy of a pair of hydrogen atoms separated by ...
 7.35E: A force parallel to the ?x?axis acts on a particle moving along th...
 7.36E: CALC An object moving in the xyplane is acted on by a conservative...
 7.37E: CALC A small block with mass 0.0400 kg is moving in the xy plane. ...
 7.38E: A marble moves along the x axis. The potentialenergy function is ...
 7.39E: CALC The potential energy of two atoms in a diatomic molecule is ap...
 7.40P: Two blocks with different masses are attached to either end of a li...
 7.41P: At a construction site, a 65.0kg bucket of concrete hangs from a l...
 7.42P: A 2.00kg block is pushed against a spring with negligible mass and...
 7.43P: A block with mass 0.50 kg is forced against a horizontal spring of ...
 7.44P: On a horizontal surface, a crate with mass 50.0 kg is placed agains...
 7.45P: A 350kg roller coaster car starts from rest at point A and slides ...
 7.46P: CP Riding a LooptheLoop. A car in an amusement park ride rolls wi...
 7.47P: A 2.0kg piece of wood slides on a curved surface (Fig. P7.43). The...
 7.48P: Up and Down the Hill. A 28kg rock approaches the foot of a hill wi...
 7.49P: A 15.0kg stone slides down a snowcovered hill (Fig. P7.45), leavi...
 7.50P: CP A 2.8kg block slides over the smooth, icy hill shown in Fig. P7...
 7.51P: Bungee Jump. A bungee cord is 30.0 m long and, when stretched a dis...
 7.52P: Ski Jump Ramp. You are designing a ski jump ramp for the next Winte...
 7.53P: The Great Sandini is a 60kg circus performer who is shot from a ca...
 7.54P: You are designing a delivery ramp for crates containing exercise eq...
 7.55P: A system of two paint buckets connected by a lightweight rope is r...
 7.56P: A 1500kg rocket is to be launched with an initial upward speed of ...
 7.57P: Legal Physics. In an auto accident, a car hit a pedestrian and the ...
 7.58P: A wooden rod of negligible mass and length 80.0 cm is pivoted about...
 7.59P: CP A 0.300kg potato is tied to a string with length 2.50 m, and th...
 7.60P: These results are from a computer simulation for a batted baseball ...
 7.61P: Down the Pole. A fireman of mass m ? ? slides a distanc? ? down a p...
 7.62P: A 60.0kg skier starts from rest at the top of a ski slope 65.0 m h...
 7.63P: CP A skier starts at the top of a very large, frictionless snowball...
 7.64P: A ball is thrown upward with an initial velocity of 15 m/s at an an...
 7.65P: In a truckloading station at a post office, a small 0.200kg packa...
 7.66P: A truck with mass m has a brake failure while going down an icy mou...
 7.67P: CALC A certain spring found not to obey Hooke’s law exerts a restor...
 7.68P: CP A sled with rider having a combined mass of 125 kg travels over ...
 7.69P: A 0.150kg block of ice is placed against a horizontal, compressed ...
 7.70P: A 3.00kg block is connected to two ideal horizontal springs having...
 7.71P: An experimental apparatus with mass ?m? is placed on a vertical spr...
 7.72P: If a fish is attached to a vertical spring and slowly lowered to it...
 7.73P: CALC A 3.00kg fish is attached to the lower end of a vertical spri...
 7.74P: A basket of negligible weight hangs from a vertical spring scale of...
 7.75P: A 0.500kg block, attached to a spring with length 0.60 m and force...
 7.76P: Fraternity Physics. The brothers of Iota Eta Pi fraternity build a ...
 7.77P: CP A small block with mass 0.0500 kg slides in a vertical circle of...
 7.78P: CP A small block with mass 0.0400 kg slides in a vertical circle of...
 7.79P: A hydroelectric dam holds back a lake of surface area 3.0 × 106 m2 ...
 7.80P: How much total energy is stored in the lake in Problem? As in that ...
 7.81P: A wooden block with mass 1.50 kg is placed against a compressed spr...
 7.82P: CP Pendulum. A small rock with mass 0.12 kg is fastened to a massle...
 7.83P: CALC A cutting tool under microprocessor control has several forces...
 7.84P: (a) Is the force where C? ? is a negative constant with units of N/...
 7.85P: An object has several forces acting on it. One force is a force in ...
 7.86P: A particle moves along the xaxis while acted on by a single conser...
 7.87CP: CALC? A proton with mass m moves in one dimension. The potentialen...
Solutions for Chapter 7: University Physics 13th Edition
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