 9.1DQ: Which of the following formulas is valid if the angular acceleratio...
 9.1E: (a) What angle in radians is subtended by an arc 1.50 m long on the...
 9.2DQ: A diatomic molecule can be modeled as two point masses, ?m?1 and ?m...
 9.2E: An airplane propeller is rotating at 1900 rpm (rev/min). (a) Comput...
 9.3DQ: What is the difference between tangential and radial acceleration f...
 9.3E: CP CALC? The angular velocity of a flywheel obeys the equation ?z(t...
 9.4DQ: In ?Fig. Q9.4,? all points on the chain have the same linear speed....
 9.4E: CALC? A fan blade rotates with angular velocity given by ?z(t) = ? ...
 9.5DQ: In Fig. Q9.4, how are the radial accelerations of points at the tee...
 9.5E: CALC A child is pushing a merrygoround. The angle through which t...
 9.6DQ: A flywheel rotates with constant angular velocity. Does a point on ...
 9.6E: CALC? At t = 0 the current to a dc electric motor is reversed, resu...
 9.7DQ: What is the purpose of the spin cycle of a washing machine? Explain...
 9.7E: CALC? The angle ? through which a disk drive turns is given by ?(t)...
 9.8DQ: Although angular velocity and angular acceleration can be treated a...
 9.8E: A wheel is rotating about an axis that is in the zdirection. The a...
 9.9DQ: Can you think of a body that has the same moment of inertia for all...
 9.9E: A bicycle wheel has an initial angular velocity of 1.50 rad/s. (a) ...
 9.10DQ: To maximize the moment of inertia of a flywheel while minimizing it...
 9.10E: An electric fan is turned off, and its angular velocity decreases u...
 9.11DQ: How might you determine experimentally the moment of inertia of an ...
 9.11E: The rotating blade of a blender turns with constant angular acceler...
 9.12DQ: A cylindrical body has mass M and radius R. Can the mass be distrib...
 9.12E: (a) Derive Eq. (9.12) by combining Eqs. (9.7) and (9.11) to elimina...
 9.13DQ: Describe how you could use part (b) of Table 9.2 to derive the resu...
 9.13E: A turntable rotates with a constant 2.25 rad/s2 angular acceleratio...
 9.14DQ: A hollow spherical shell of radius R that is rotating about an axis...
 9.14E: A circular saw blade 0.200 m in diameter starts from rest. In 6.00 ...
 9.15DQ: For the equations for I given in parts (a) and (b) of Table 9.2 to ...
 9.15E: A highspeed flywheel in a motor is spinning at 500 rpm when a powe...
 9.16DQ: In part (d) of Table 9.2, the thickness of the plate must be much l...
 9.16E: At t = 0 a grinding wheel has an angular velocity of 24.0 rad/s. It...
 9.17DQ: Two identical balls, A and B, are each attached to very light strin...
 9.17E: A safety device brings the blade of a power mower from an initial a...
 9.18DQ: An elaborate pulley consists of four identical balls at the ends of...
 9.18E: In a charming 19thcentury hotel, an oldstyle elevator is connecte...
 9.19DQ: You can use any angular measure—radians, degrees, or revolutions—in...
 9.19E: Using Appendix F, along with the fact that the earth spins on its a...
 9.20DQ: When calculating the moment of inertia of an object, can we treat a...
 9.20E: Compact Disc.? A compact disc (CD) stores music in a coded pattern ...
 9.21DQ: A wheel is rotating about an axis perpendicular to the plane of the...
 9.21E: A wheel of diameter 40.0 cm starts from rest and rotates with a con...
 9.22DQ: Estimate your own moment of inertia about a vertical axis through t...
 9.22E: You are to design a rotating cylindrical axle to lift 800N buckets...
 9.23E: A flywheel with a radius of 0.300 m starts from rest and accelerate...
 9.24E: An electric turntable 0.750 m in diameter is rotating about a fixed...
 9.25E: Centrifuge.? An advertisement claims that a centrifuge takes up onl...
 9.26E: (a) Derive an equation for the radial acceleration that includes ??...
 9.27E: Electric Drill.? According to the shop manual, when drilling a 12.7...
 9.28E: At t = 3.00 s a point on the rim of a 0.200mradius wheel has a ta...
 9.29E: The spin cycles of a washing machine have two angular speeds, 423 r...
 9.31E: Calculate the moment of inertia of each of the following uniform ob...
 9.32E: Small blocks, each with mass ?m?, are clamped at the ends and at th...
 9.30E: A uniform bar has two small balls glued to its ends. The bar is 2.0...
 9.34E: A uniform disk of radius ?R? is cut in half so that the remaining h...
 9.35E: A wagon wheel is constructed as shown in ?Fig. E9.33?. The radius o...
 9.36E: An airplane propeller is 2.08 m in length (from tip to tip) with ma...
 9.37E: A compound disk of outside diameter 140.0 cm is made up of a unifor...
 9.38E: A wheel is turning about an axis through its center with constant a...
 9.39E: A uniform sphere with mass 28.0 kg and radius 0.380 m is rotating a...
 9.40E: A hollow spherical shell has mass 8.20 kg and radius 0.220 m. It is...
 9.41E: Energy from the Moon?? Suppose that some time in the future we deci...
 9.42E: You need to design an industrial turntable that is 60.0 cm in diame...
 9.43E: The flywheel of a gasoline engine is required to give up 500 J of k...
 9.44E: A light, flexible rope is wrapped several times around a ?hollow? c...
 9.45E: Energy is to be stored in a 70.0kg flywheel in the shape of a unif...
 9.46E: Suppose the solid cylinder in the apparatus described in Example 9....
 9.47E: A frictionless pulley has the shape of a uniform solid disk of mass...
 9.48E: A bucket of mass ?m? is tied to a massless cable that is wrapped ar...
 9.49E: CP? A thin, light wire is wrapped around the rim of a wheel (?Fig. ...
 9.50E: A uniform 2.00m ladder of mass 9.00 kg is leaning against a vertic...
 9.51E: How I Scales.? If we multiply all the design dimensions of an objec...
 9.52E: A uniform 3.00 kg rope 24.0 m long lies on the ground at the top of...
 9.53E: About what axis will a uniform, balsawood sphere have the same mom...
 9.54E: Find the moment of inertia of a hoop (a thinwalled, hollow ring) w...
 9.55E: A thin, rectangular sheet of metal has mass ?M? and sides of length...
 9.56E: Problem?(a) For the thin rectangular plate shown in part (d) of Tab...
 9.57E: A thin uniform rod of mass ?M? and length ?L? is bent at its center...
 9.58E: CALC? Use Eq. (9.20) to calculate the moment of inertia of a slende...
 9.59E: CALC? Use Eq. (9.20) to calculate the moment of inertia of a unifor...
 9.60E: CALC? A slender rod with length ?L? has a mass per unit length that...
 9.61P: A flywheel has angular acceleration ??z?(t) = 8.60 rad/s2 ? (2.30 r...
 9.62P: CALC? A uniform disk with radius R = 0.400 m and mass 30.0 kg rotat...
 9.63P: A circular saw blade with radius 0.120 m starts from rest and turns...
 9.64P: CALC? A roller in a printing press turns through an angle ?(t) give...
 9.65P: CP CALC? A disk of radius 25.0 cm is free to turn about an axle per...
 9.66P: When a toy car is rapidly scooted across the floor, it stores energ...
 9.67P: A classic 1957 Chevrolet Corvette of mass 1240 kg starts from rest ...
 9.68P: Engineers are designing a system by which a falling mass m imparts ...
 9.69P: A vacuum cleaner belt is looped over a shaft of radius 0.45 cm and ...
 9.70P: The motor of a table saw is rotating at 3450 rev/min. A pulley atta...
 9.71P: While riding a multispeed bicycle, the rider can select the radius ...
 9.72P: A computer disk drive is turned on starting from rest and has const...
 9.73P: A wheel changes its angular velocity with a constant angular accele...
 9.74P: A sphere consists of a solid wooden ball of uniform density 800 kg/...
 9.75P: It has been argued that power plants should make use of offpeak ho...
 9.76P: While redesigning a rocket engine, you want to reduce its weight by...
 9.77P: The earth, which is not a uniform sphere, has a moment of inertia o...
 9.78P: A uniform, solid disk with mass ?m? and radius ?R? is pivoted about...
 9.79P: A metal sign for a car dealership is a thin, uniform right triangle...
 9.80P: Measuring ?I?.? As an intern with an engineering firm, you are aske...
 9.81P: CP? A meter stick with a mass of 0.180 kg is pivoted about one end ...
 9.82P: Exactly one turn of a flexible rope with mass ?m? is wrapped around...
 9.83P: The pulley in ?Fig. P9.75? has radius R and a moment of inertia ?I?...
 9.84P: The pulley in ?Fig. P9.76? has radius 0.160 m and moment of inertia...
 9.85P: You hang a thin hoop with radius R ? ? over a nail at the rim of th...
 9.86P: A passenger bus in Zurich, Switzerland, derived its motive power fr...
 9.87P: Two metal disks, one with radius R1 = 2.50 cm and mass M1 = 0.80 kg...
 9.88P: A thin, light wire is wrapped around the rim of a wheel, as shown i...
 9.89P: In the system shown in Fig. 9.17, a 12.0kg mass is released from r...
 9.90P: In ?Fig. P9.80?, the cylinder and pulley turn without friction abou...
 9.91P: A thin, flat, uniform disk has mass ?M? and radius ?R?. A circular ...
 9.92P: BIO Human Rotational Energy.? A dancer is spinning at 72 rpm about ...
 9.93P: BIO The Kinetic Energy of Walking.? If a person of mass M simply mo...
 9.94P: BIO The Kinetic Energy of Running.? Using 9.81 as a guide, apply it...
 9.95P: PerpendicularAxis Theorem?. Consider a rigid body that is a thin, ...
 9.96P: A thin, uniform rod is bent into a square of side length ?a?. If th...
 9.97P: A cylinder with radius ?R? and mass ?M? has density that increases ...
 9.98P: CALC Neutron Stars and Supernova Remnants.? The Crab Nebula is a cl...
 9.99P: CALC? A sphere with radius R = 0.200 m has density ? that decreases...
 9.100CP: CALC? Calculate the moment of inertia of a uniform solid cone about...
 9.101CP: CALC? On a compact disc (CD), music is coded in a pattern of tiny ...
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