 14.1DQ: An object is moving with SHM of amplitude A on the end of a spring....
 14.1E: BIO (a) ?Music?. When a person sings, his or her vocal cords vibrat...
 14.2DQ: Think of several examples in everyday life of motions that are, at ...
 14.2E: If an object on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to a...
 14.3DQ: Does a tuning fork or similar tuning instrument undergo SHM? Why is...
 14.3E: The tip of a tuning fork goes through 440 complete vibrations in 0....
 14.4DQ: A box containing a pebble is attached to an ideal horizontal spring...
 14.4E: The displacement of an oscillating object as a function of time is ...
 14.5DQ: If a uniform spring is cut in half, what is the force constant of e...
 14.5E: A machine part is undergoing SHM with a frequency of 5.00 Hz and am...
 14.6DQ: The analysis of SHM in this chapter ignored the mass of the spring....
 14.6E: In a physics lab, you attach a 0.200kg airtrack glider to the end...
 14.7DQ: Two identical gliders on an air track are connected by an ideal spr...
 14.7E: When a body of unknown mass is attached to an ideal spring with for...
 14.8DQ: You are captured by Martians, taken into their ship, and put to sle...
 14.8E: When a 0.750kg mass oscillates on an ideal spring, the frequency i...
 14.9DQ: The system shown in Fig. 14.17 is mounted in an elevator. What happ...
 14.9E: An object is undergoing SHM with period 0.900 s and amplitude 0.320...
 14.10DQ: If a pendulum has a period of 2.5 s on earth, what would be its per...
 14.10E: A small block is attached to an ideal spring and is moving in SHM o...
 14.11DQ: A simple pendulum is mounted in an elevator. What happens to the pe...
 14.11E: A 2.00kg, frictionless block is attached to an ideal spring with f...
 14.12DQ: What should you do to the length of the string of a simple pendulum...
 14.12E: Repeat Exercise 14.13, but assume that at t = 0 the block has veloc...
 14.13DQ: If a pendulum clock is taken to a mountaintop, does it gain or lose...
 14.13E: The point of the needle of a sewing machine moves in SHM along the ...
 14.14DQ: When the amplitude of a simple pendulum increases, should its perio...
 14.14E: A small block is attached to an ideal spring and is moving in SHM o...
 14.15DQ: Why do short dogs (like Chihuahuas) walk with quicker strides than ...
 14.15E: BIO Weighing Astronauts. This procedure has been used to “weigh” as...
 14.16DQ: At what point in the motion of a simple pendulum is the string tens...
 14.16E: A 0.400kg object undergoing SHM has ?ax = ?2.70 m when ?x = 0.300 ...
 14.17DQ: Could a standard of time be based on the period of a certain standa...
 14.17E: On a frictionless, horizontal air track, a glider oscillates at the...
 14.18DQ: For a simple pendulum, clearly distinguish between ? (the angular s...
 14.18E: A 0.500kg mass on a spring has velocity as a function of time give...
 14.19DQ: A glider is attached to a fixed ideal spring and oscillates on a ho...
 14.19E: A 1.50kg mass on a spring has displacement as a function of time g...
 14.20DQ: In designing structures in an earthquakeprone region, how should t...
 14.20E: BIO Weighing a Virus. In February 2004, scientists at Purdue Univer...
 14.21E: CALC Jerk. A guitar string vibrates at a frequency of 440 Hz. A poi...
 14.22E: For the oscillating object in Fig. E14.4, what are (a) its maximum ...
 14.23E: A small block is attached to an ideal spring and is moving in SHM o...
 14.24E: A small block is attached to an ideal spring and is moving in SHM o...
 14.25E: A tuning fork labelled 392 Hz has the tip of each of its two prongs...
 14.26E: A harmonic oscillator has angular frequency ? and amplitude A. (a) ...
 14.27E: A 0.500kg glider, attached to the end of an ideal spring with forc...
 14.28E: A cheerleader waves her pompom in SHM with an amplitude of 18.0 cm...
 14.29E: CP ?For the situation described in part (a) of Example 14.5, what s...
 14.30E: A 0.150kg toy is undergoing SHM on the end of a horizontal spring ...
 14.31E: You are watching an object that is moving in SHM. When the object i...
 14.32E: On a horizontal, frictionless table, an opentopped 5.20kg box is ...
 14.33E: A mass is oscillating with amplitude A at the end of a spring. How ...
 14.34E: A mass ?m is attached to a spring of force constant 75 N/m and allo...
 14.35E: Inside a NASA test vehicle, a 3.50kg ball is pulled along by a hor...
 14.36E: A proud deepsea fisherman hangs a 65.0kg fish from an ideal sprin...
 14.37E: A 175g glider on a horizontal, frictionless air track is attached ...
 14.38E: A thrillseeking cat with mass 4.00 kg is attached by a harness to ...
 14.39E: A 1.50kg ball and a 2.00kg ball are glued together with the light...
 14.40E: A uniform, solid metal disk of mass 6.50 kg and diameter 24.0 cm ha...
 14.41E: A certain alarm clock ticks four times each second, with each tick ...
 14.42E: A thin metal disk with mass 2.00 X 103 kg and radius 2.20 cm is at...
 14.43E: You want to find the moment of inertia of a complicated machine par...
 14.44E: CALC The balance wheel of a watch vibrates with an angular amplitud...
 14.45E: You pull a simple pendulum 0.240 m long to the side through an angl...
 14.46E: An 85.0kg mountain climber plans to swing down, starting from rest...
 14.47E: A building in San Francisco has light fixtures consisting of small ...
 14.48E: A Pendulum on Mars. A certain simple pendulum has a period on the e...
 14.49E: After landing on an unfamiliar planet, a space explorer constructs ...
 14.50E: A small sphere with mass ?m is attached to a massless rod of length...
 14.51E: A simple pendulum 2.00 m long swings through a maximum angle of 30....
 14.52E: We want to hang a thin hoop on a horizontal nail and have the hoop ...
 14.53E: A 1.80kg connecting rod from a car engine is pivoted about a horiz...
 14.54E: A 1.80kg monkey wrench is pivoted 0.250 m from its center of mass ...
 14.55E: Two pendulums have the same dimensions (length L) and total mass (?...
 14.56E: CP A holiday ornament in the shape of a hollow sphere with mass M =...
 14.57E: The two pendulums shown in ?Fig. E14.57 each consist of a uniform s...
 14.58E: A 2.50kg rock is attached at the end of a thin, very light rope 1....
 14.59E: An unhappy 0.300kg rodent, moving on the end of a spring with forc...
 14.60E: A 50.0g hardboiled egg moves on the end of a spring with force co...
 14.61E: CALC ?The motion of an underdamped oscillator is described by Eq. (...
 14.62E: A mass is vibrating at the end of a spring of force constant 225 N/...
 14.63E: A sinusoidally varying driving force is applied to a damped harmoni...
 14.64E: A sinusoidally varying driving force is applied to a damped harmoni...
 14.65P: An object is undergoing SHM with period 1.200 s and amplitude 0.600...
 14.66P: An object is undergoing SHM with period 0.300 s and amplitude 6.00 ...
 14.67P: SHM in a Car Engine?. The motion of the piston of an automobile eng...
 14.68P: Four passengers with combined mass 250 kg compress the springs of a...
 14.69P: A glider is oscillating in SHM on an air track with an amplitude ?A...
 14.70P: A child with poor table manners is sliding his 250g dinner plate b...
 14.71P: A 1.50kg, horizontal, uniform tray is attached to a vertical ideal...
 14.72P: CP A block with mass M rests on a frictionless surface and is conne...
 14.73P: A 10.0kg mass is travelling to the right with a speed of 2.00 m/s ...
 14.74P: A rocket is accelerating upward at 4.00 m/s2 from the launch pad on...
 14.75P: An apple weighs 1.00 N. When you hang it from the end of a long spr...
 14.76P: CP SHM of a Floating Object. An object with height h, mass M, and a...
 14.77P: A 950kg, cylindrical can buoy floats vertically in salt water. The...
 14.78P: Tarzan to the Rescue! Tarzan spies a 35 Kg chimpanzee in severe dan...
 14.79P: CP A square object of mass ?m is constructed of four identical unif...
 14.80P: An object with mass 0.200 kg is acted on by an elastic restoring fo...
 14.81P: A 2.00kg bucket containing 10.0 kg of water is hanging from a vert...
 14.82P: A hanging wire is 1.80 m long. When a 60.0kg steel ball is suspend...
 14.83P: A 5.00kg partridge is suspended from a pear tree by an ideal sprin...
 14.84P: A 0.0200kg bolt moves with SHM that has an amplitude of 0.240 m an...
 14.85P: CP SHM of a Butcher’s Scale. A spring of negligible mass and force ...
 14.86P: A uniform beam is suspended horizontally by two identical vertical ...
 14.87P: On the planet Newtonia, a simple pendulum having a bob with mass 1....
 14.88P: A 40.0N force stretches a vertical spring 0.250 m. (a) What mass m...
 14.89P: Don’t Miss the Boat. While on a visit to Minnesota (“Land of 10,000...
 14.90P: CP ?An interesting, though highly impractical example of oscillatio...
 14.91P: A rifle bullet with mass 8.00 g and initial horizontal velocity 280...
 14.92P: CP CALC ?For a certain oscillator the net force on the body with ma...
 14.93P: An approximation for the potential energy of a KCl molecule is wher...
 14.94P: CP Two uniform solid spheres, each with mass M = 0.800 kg and radiu...
 14.95P: CP In ?Fig. P14.85 the upper ball is released from rest, collides w...
 14.96P: CP BIO ?T. rex. ?Model the leg of the ?T. rex ?in Example 14.10 (Se...
 14.97P: CALC A slender, uniform, metal rod with mass M is pivoted without f...
 14.98P: The Silently Ringing Bell. A large, 34.0kg bell is hung from a woo...
 14.100P: A uniform rod of length ?L oscillates through small angles about a ...
 14.101CP: The Effective Force Constant of Two Springs. Two springs with the s...
 14.102CP: Two springs, each with unstretched length 0.200 m but with differen...
 14.103CP: CALC A Spring with Mass. ?The preceding problems in this chapter ha...
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