 12.1DQ: A cube of oak wood with very smooth faces normally floats in water....
 12.1E: On a parttime job, you are asked to bring a cylindrical iron rod o...
 12.2DQ: A rubber hose is attached to a funnel, and the free end is bent aro...
 12.2E: A cube 5.0 cm on each side is made of a metal alloy. After you dril...
 12.3DQ: Comparing Example 12.1 (Section 12.1) and Example 12.2 (Section 12....
 12.3E: You purchase a rectangular piece of metal that has dimensions 5.0 X...
 12.4DQ: Equation (12.7) shows that an area ratio of 100 to 1 can give 100 t...
 12.4E: Gold Brick?. You win the lottery and decide to impress your friends...
 12.5DQ: You have probably noticed that the lower the tire pressure, the lar...
 12.5E: A uniform lead sphere and a uniform aluminum sphere have the same m...
 12.6DQ: In hotair ballooning, a large balloon is filled with air heated by...
 12.6E: (a) What is the average density of the sun? (b) What is the average...
 12.7DQ: In describing the size of a large ship, one uses such expressions a...
 12.7E: A hollow cylindrical copper pipe is 1.50 m long and has an outside ...
 12.8DQ: You drop a solid sphere of aluminum in a bucket of water that sits ...
 12.8E: Black Smokers. Black smokers are hot volcanic vents that emit smoke...
 12.9DQ: A rigid, lighterthanair dirigible filled with helium cannot conti...
 12.9E: Oceans on Mars. Scientists have found evidence that Mars may once h...
 12.10DQ: Air pressure decreases with increasing altitude. So why is air near...
 12.10E: BIO (a) Calculate the difference in blood pressure between the feet...
 12.11DQ: The purity of gold can be tested by weighing it in air and in water...
 12.11E: BIO In intravenous feeding, a needle is inserted in a vein in the p...
 12.12DQ: During the Great Mississippi Flood of 1993, the levees in St. Louis...
 12.12E: A barrel contains a 0.120m layer of oil floating on water that is ...
 12.13DQ: A cargo ship travels from the Atlantic Ocean (salt water) to Lake O...
 12.13E: BIO Standing on Your Head. ?(a) What is the difference between the ...
 12.14DQ: You push a piece of wood under the surface of a swimming pool. Afte...
 12.14E: You are designing a diving bell to withstand the pressure of seawat...
 12.15DQ: An old question is “Which weighs more, a pound of feathers or a pou...
 12.15E: BIO Ear Damage from Diving. ?If the force on the tympanic membrane ...
 12.16DQ: Suppose the door of a room makes an airtight but frictionless fit i...
 12.16E: The liquid in the opentube manometer in Fig. 12.8a is Mercury , an...
 12.17DQ: At a certain depth in an incompressible liquid, the absolute pressu...
 12.17E: BIO There is a maximum depth at which a diver can breathe through a...
 12.18DQ: A piece of iron is glued to the top of a block of wood. When the bl...
 12.18E: A tall cylinder with a crosssectional area 12.0 cm2 is partially f...
 12.19DQ: You take an empty glass jar and push it into a tank of water with t...
 12.19E: An electrical short cuts off all power to a submersible diving vehi...
 12.20DQ: You are floating in a canoe in the middle of a swimming pool. Your ...
 12.20E: A closed container is partially filled with water. Initially, the a...
 12.21DQ: You are floating in a canoe in the middle of a swimming pool. A lar...
 12.21E: A cylindrical disk of wood weighing 45.0 N and having a diameter of...
 12.22DQ: At a certain depth in the incompressible ocean the gauge pressure i...
 12.22E: Exploring Venus. The surface pressure on Venus is 92 atm, and the a...
 12.23DQ: An ice cube floats in a glass of water. When the ice melts, will th...
 12.23E: Hydraulic Lift I. ?For the hydraulic lift shown in Fig. 12.7, what ...
 12.24DQ: You are told, “Bernoulli’s equation tells us that where there is hi...
 12.24E: Hydraulic Lift II. The piston of a hydraulic automobile lift is 0.3...
 12.25DQ: If the velocity at each point in space in steadystate fluid flow i...
 12.26DQ: In a storewindow vacuum cleaner display, a tabletennis ball is su...
 12.26E: A slab of ice floats on a freshwater lake. What minimum volume must...
 12.27DQ: A tornado consists of a rapidly whirling air vortex. Why is the pre...
 12.27E: An ore sample weighs 17.50 N in air. When the sample is suspended b...
 12.28DQ: Airports at high elevations have longer runways for takeoffs and la...
 12.28E: You are preparing some apparatus for a visit to a newly discovered ...
 12.29DQ: When a smoothflowing stream of water comes out of a faucet, it nar...
 12.29E: An object of average density ?? floats at the surface of a fluid of...
 12.30DQ: Identicalsize lead and aluminum cubes are suspended at different d...
 12.30E: A hollow plastic sphere is held below thesurface of a freshwater ...
 12.31E: A cubical block of wood, 10.0 cm on a side, floats at the interface...
 12.32E: A solid aluminum ingot weighs 89 N in air. (a) What is its volume? ...
 12.33E: A rock is suspended by a light string. When the lock is in air, the...
 12.34E: Water runs into a fountain, filling all the pipes, at a steady rate...
 12.35E: A shower head has 20 circular openings, each with radius 1.0 mm. Th...
 12.36E: Water is flowing in a pipe with a varying crosssectional area, and...
 12.37E: Water is flowing in a pipe with a circular cross section but with v...
 12.38E: Home Repair. You need to extend a 2.50inchdiameter pipe, but you ...
 12.39E: At a point where an irrigation canal having a rectangular cross sec...
 12.40E: BIO Artery Blockage. A medical technician is trying to determine wh...
 12.41E: A sealed tank containing seawater to a height of 11.0 m also contai...
 12.42E: A small circular hole 6.00 mm in diameter is cut in the side of a l...
 12.43E: What gauge pressure is required in the city water mains for a strea...
 12.44E: At one point in a pipeline the water’s speed is 3.00 m/s and the ga...
 12.45E: At a certain point in a horizontal pipeline, the water’s speed is 2...
 12.46E: A soft drink (mostly water) flows in a pipe at a beverage plant wit...
 12.47E: A golf course sprinkler system discharges water from a horizontal p...
 12.48E: A pressure difference of 6.00 X 104 Pa is required to maintain a vo...
 12.49E: BIO Clogged Artery. Viscous blood is flowing through an artery part...
 12.50P: CP The deepest point known in any of the earth’s oceans is in the M...
 12.51P: In a lecture demonstration, a professor pulls apart two hemispheric...
 12.52P: BIO Fish Navigation. (a) As you can tell by watching them in an aqu...
 12.53P: CALC A swimming pool is 5.0 m long, 4.0 m wide, and 3.0 m deep. Com...
 12.54P: CP CALC The upper edge of a gate in a dam runs along the water surf...
 12.55P: Force and Torque on a Dam. A dam has the shape of a rectangular sol...
 12.56P: Ballooning on Mars. It has been proposed that we could explore Mars...
 12.57P: A 0.180kg cube of ice (frozen water) is floating in glycerine. The...
 12.58P: A narrow, Ushaped glass tube with open ends is filled with 25.0 cm...
 12.98CP: A ?siphon (?Fig. P12.88?) is a convenient device for removing liqui...
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