 9.1: A 2.00 kg particle has the xy coordinates (1.20 m, 0.500 m), and a ...
 9.2: Figure 935 shows a threeparticle system, with masses m1 3.0 kg, m...
 9.3: Figure 936 shows a slab with dimensions d1 11.0 cm, d2 2.80 cm, an...
 9.4: In Fig. 937, three uniform thin rods, each of length L 22 cm, form...
 9.5: What are (a) the x coordinate and (b) the y coordinate of the cente...
 9.6: Figure 939 shows a cubical box that has been constructed from unif...
 9.7: In the ammonia (NH3) molecule of Fig. 940, three hydrogen (H) atom...
 9.8: A uniform soda can of mass 0.140 kg is 12.0 cm tall and filled with...
 9.9: A stone is dropped at t 0. A second stone, with twice the mass of t...
 9.10: A 1000 kg automobile is at rest at a traffic signal. At the instant...
 9.11: A big olive (m 0.50 kg) lies at the origin of an xy coordinate syst...
 9.12: Two skaters, one with mass 65 kg and the other with mass 40 kg, sta...
 9.13: A shell is shot with an initial velocity of 20 m/s, at an angle of ...
 9.14: In Figure 943, two particles are launched from the origin of the c...
 9.15: Figure 944 shows an arrangement with an air track, in which a cart...
 9.16: Ricardo, of mass 80 kg, and Carmelita, who is lighter, are enjoying...
 9.17: In Fig. 945a, a 4.5 kg dog stands on an 18 kg flatboat at distance...
 9.18: A 0.70 kg ball moving horizontally at 5.0 m/s strikes a vertical wa...
 9.19: A 2100 kg truck traveling north at 41 km/h turns east and accelerat...
 9.20: At time t 0, a ball is struck at ground level and sent over level g...
 9.21: A 0.30 kg softball has a velocity of 15 m/s at an angle of 35 below...
 9.22: Figure 947 gives an overhead view of the path taken by a 0.165 kg ...
 9.23: Until his seventies, Henri LaMothe (Fig. 948) excited audiences by...
 9.24: In February 1955, a paratrooper fell 370 m from an airplane without...
 9.25: A 1.2 kg ball drops vertically onto a floor, hitting with a speed o...
 9.26: In a common but dangerous prank, a chair is pulled away as a person...
 9.27: A force in the negative direction of an x axis is applied for 27 ms...
 9.28: In taekwondo, a hand is slammed down onto a target at a speed of ...
 9.29: Suppose a gangster sprays Supermans chest with 3 g bullets at the r...
 9.30: Two average forces. A steady stream of 0.250 kg snowballs is shot p...
 9.31: Jumping up before the elevator hits. After the cable snaps and the ...
 9.32: A 5.0 kg toy car can move along an x axis; Fig. 950 gives Fx of th...
 9.33: Figure 951 shows a 0.300 kg baseball just before and just after it...
 9.34: Basilisk lizards can run across the top of a water surface (Fig. 9...
 9.35: Figure 953 shows an approximate plot of force magnitude F versus t...
 9.36: A 0.25 kg puck is initially stationary on an ice surface with negli...
 9.37: A soccer player kicks a soccer ball of mass 0.45 kg that is initial...
 9.38: In the overhead view of Fig. 954, a 300 g ball with a speed v of 6...
 9.39: A 91 kg man lying on a surface of negligible friction shoves a 68 g...
 9.40: A space vehicle is traveling at 4300 km/h relative to Earth when th...
 9.41: Figure 955 shows a twoended rocket that is initially stationary o...
 9.42: An object, with mass m and speed v relative to an observer, explode...
 9.43: In the Olympiad of 708 B.C., some athletes competing in the standin...
 9.44: In Fig. 957, a stationary block explodes into two pieces L and R t...
 9.45: A 20.0 kg body is moving through space in the positive direction of...
 9.46: A 4.0 kg mess kit sliding on a frictionless surface explodes into t...
 9.47: A vessel at rest at the origin of an xy coordinate system explodes ...
 9.48: Particle A and particle B are held together with a compressed sprin...
 9.49: A bullet of mass 10 g strikes a ballistic pendulum of mass 2.0 kg. ...
 9.50: A 5.20 g bullet moving at 672 m/s strikes a 700 g wooden block at r...
 9.51: In Fig. 958a, a 3.50 g bullet is fired horizontally at two blocks ...
 9.52: In Fig. 959, a 10 g bullet moving directly upward at 1000 m/s stri...
 9.53: In Anchorage, collisions of a vehicle with a moose are so common th...
 9.54: A completely inelastic collision occurs between two balls of wet pu...
 9.55: A 5.0 kg block with a speed of 3.0 m/s collides with a 10 kg block ...
 9.56: In the before part of Fig. 960, car A (mass 1100 kg) is stopped at...
 9.57: In Fig. 961, a ball of mass m 60 g is shot with speed vi 22 m/s in...
 9.58: In Fig. 962, block 2 (mass 1.0 kg) is at rest on a frictionless su...
 9.59: In Fig. 963, block 1 (mass 2.0 kg) is moving rightward at 10 m/s a...
 9.60: In Fig. 964, block A (mass 1.6 kg) slides into block B (mass 2.4 k...
 9.61: A cart with mass 340 g moving on a frictionless linear air track at...
 9.62: Two titanium spheres approach each other headon with the same spee...
 9.63: Block 1 of mass m1 slides along a frictionless floor and into a one...
 9.64: A steel ball of mass 0.500 kg is fastened to a cord that is 70.0 cm...
 9.65: A body of mass 2.0 kg makes an elastic collision with another body ...
 9.66: Block 1, with mass m1 and speed 4.0 m/s, slides along an x axis on ...
 9.67: In Fig. 966, particle 1 of mass m1 0.30 kg slides rightward along ...
 9.68: In Fig. 967, block 1 of mass m1 slides from rest along a frictionl...
 9.69: A small ball of mass m is aligned above a larger ball of mass M 0.6...
 9.70: In Fig. 969, puck 1 of mass m1 0.20 kg is sent sliding across a fr...
 9.71: In Fig. 921, projectile particle 1 is an alpha particle and target...
 9.72: Ball B, moving in the positive direction of an x axis at speed v, c...
 9.73: After a completely inelastic collision, two objects of the same mas...
 9.74: Two 2.0 kg bodies, A and B, collide. The velocities before the coll...
 9.75: A projectile proton with a speed of 500 m/s collides elastically wi...
 9.76: A 6090 kg space probe moving nosefirst toward Jupiter at 105 m/s r...
 9.77: In Fig. 970, two long barges are moving in the same direction in s...
 9.78: Consider a rocket that is in deep space and at rest relative to an ...
 9.79: A rocket that is in deep space and initially at rest relative to an...
 9.80: An object is tracked by a radar station and determined to have a po...
 9.81: The last stage of a rocket, which is traveling at a speed of 7600 m...
 9.82: Pancake collapse of a tall building. In the section of a tall build...
 9.83: Relative is an important word. In Fig. 972, block L of mass mL 1.0...
 9.84: Figure 973 shows an overhead view of two particles sliding at cons...
 9.85: Speed deamplifier. In Fig. 974, block 1 of mass m1 slides along an...
 9.86: Speed amplifier. In Fig. 975, block 1 of mass m1 slides along an x...
 9.87: A ball having a mass of 150 g strikes a wall with a speed of 5.2 m/...
 9.88: A spacecraft is separated into two parts by detonating the explosiv...
 9.89: A 1400 kg car moving at 5.3 m/s is initially traveling north along ...
 9.90: A certain radioactive (parent) nucleus transforms to a different (d...
 9.91: A 75 kg man rides on a 39 kg cart moving at a velocity of 2.3 m/s. ...
 9.92: Two blocks of masses 1.0 kg and 3.0 kg are connected by a spring an...
 9.93: A railroad freight car of mass 3.18 104 kg collides with a stationa...
 9.94: An old Chrysler with mass 2400 kg is moving along a straight stretc...
 9.95: In the arrangement of Fig. 921, billiard ball 1 moving at a speed ...
 9.96: A rocket is moving away from the solar system at a speed of 6.0 103...
 9.97: The three balls in the overhead view of Fig. 976 are identical. Ba...
 9.98: A 0.15 kg ball hits a wall with a velocity of (5.00 m/s) (6.50 m/s)...
 9.99: In Fig. 977, two identical containers of sugar are connected by a ...
 9.100: In a game of pool, the cue ball strikes another ball of the same ma...
 9.101: In Fig. 978, a 3.2 kg box of running shoes slides on a horizontal ...
 9.102: In Fig. 979, an 80 kg man is on a ladder hanging from a balloon th...
 9.103: In Fig. 980, block 1 of mass m1 6.6 kg is at rest on a long fricti...
 9.104: The script for an action movie calls for a small race car (of mass ...
 9.105: A 3.0 kg object moving at 8.0 m/s in the positive direction of an x...
 9.106: A 2140 kg railroad flatcar, which can move with negligible friction...
 9.107: A 6100 kg rocket is set for vertical firing from the ground. If the...
 9.108: A 500.0 kg module is attached to a 400.0 kg shuttle craft, which mo...
 9.109: (a) How far is the center of mass of the EarthMoon system from the ...
 9.110: A 140 g ball with speed 7.8 m/s strikes a wall perpendicularly and ...
 9.111: A rocket sled with a mass of 2900 kg moves at 250 m/s on a set of r...
 9.112: A pellet gun fires ten 2.0 g pellets per second with a speed of 500...
 9.113: A railroad car moves under a grain elevator at a constant speed of ...
 9.114: Figure 982 shows a uniform square plate of edge length 6d 6.0 m fr...
 9.115: At time t 0, force N acts on an initially stationary particle of ma...
 9.116: Two particles P and Q are released from rest 1.0 m apart.P has a ma...
 9.117: A collision occurs between a 2.00 kg particle traveling with veloci...
 9.118: In the twosphere arrangement of Fig. 920, assume that sphere 1 ha...
 9.119: In Fig. 983, block 1 slides along an x axis on a frictionless floo...
 9.120: A body is traveling at 2.0 m/s along the positive direction of an x...
 9.121: An electron undergoes a onedimensional elastic collision with an i...
 9.122: A man (weighing 915 N) stands on a long railroad flatcar (weighing ...
 9.123: An unmanned space probe (of mass m and speed v relative to the Sun)...
 9.124: A 0.550 kg ball falls directly down onto concrete, hitting it with ...
 9.125: An atomic nucleus at rest at the origin of an xy coordinate system ...
 9.126: Particle 1 of mass 200 g and speed 3.00 m/s undergoes a onedimensio...
 9.127: During a lunar mission, it is necessary to increase the speed of a ...
 9.128: A cue stick strikes a stationary pool ball, with an average force o...
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