 15.1: An object undergoing simple harmonic motion takes 0.25 s to travel ...
 15.2: A 0.12 kg body undergoes simple harmonic motion of amplitude 8.5 cm...
 15.3: What is the maximum acceleration of a platform that oscillates at a...
 15.4: An automobile can be considered to be mounted on four identical spr...
 15.5: In an electric shaver, the blade moves back and forth over a distan...
 15.6: A particle with a mass of 1.00 kg is oscillating with simple harmon...
 15.7: A loudspeaker produces a musical sound by means of the oscillation ...
 15.8: What is the phase constant for the harmonic oscillator with the pos...
 15.9: The position function x (6.0 m) cos[(3p rad/s)t p/3 rad] gives the ...
 15.10: An oscillating blockspring system takes 0.75 s to begin repeating i...
 15.11: In Fig. 1531, two identical springs of spring constant 7580 N/m ar...
 15.12: What is the phase constant for the harmonic oscillator with the vel...
 15.13: An oscillator consists of a block of mass 0.500 kg connected to a s...
 15.14: A simple harmonic oscillator consists of a block of mass 2.00 kg at...
 15.15: Two particles oscillate in simple harmonic motion along a common st...
 15.16: Two particles execute simple harmonic motion of the same amplitude ...
 15.17: An oscillator consists of a block attached to a spring (k 400 N/m)....
 15.18: At a certain harbor, the tides cause the ocean surface to rise and ...
 15.19: A block rides on a piston (a squat cylindrical piece) that is movin...
 15.20: Figure 1533a is a partial graph of the position function x(t) for ...
 15.21: In Fig. 1531, two springs are attached to a block that can oscilla...
 15.22: Figure 1534 shows block 1 of mass 0.200 kg sliding to the right ov...
 15.23: A block is on a horizontal surface (a shake table) that is moving b...
 15.24: In Fig. 1535, two springs are joined and connected to a block of m...
 15.25: In Fig. 1536, a block weighing 14.0 N, which can slide without fri...
 15.26: In Fig. 1537, two blocks (m 1.8 kg and M 10 kg) and a spring (k 20...
 15.27: When the displacement in SHM is onehalf the amplitude xm, what fra...
 15.28: Figure 1538 gives the onedimensional potential energy well for a 2...
 15.29: Find the mechanical energy of a blockspring system with a spring co...
 15.30: An oscillating blockspring system has a mechanical energy of 1.00 J...
 15.31: A 5.00 kg object on a horizontal frictionless surface is attached t...
 15.32: Figure 1539 shows the kinetic energy K of a simple harmonic oscill...
 15.33: A block of mass M 5.4 kg, at rest on a horizontal frictionless tabl...
 15.34: In Fig. 1541, block 2 of mass 2.0 kg oscillates on the end of a sp...
 15.35: A 10 g particle undergoes SHM with an amplitude of 2.0 mm, a maximu...
 15.36: If the phase angle for a blockspring system in SHM is p/6 rad and t...
 15.37: A massless spring hangs from the ceiling with a small object attach...
 15.38: A 95 kg solid sphere with a 15 cm radius is suspended by a vertical...
 15.39: The balance wheel of an oldfashioned watch oscillates with angular...
 15.40: A physical pendulum consists of a meter stick that is pivoted at a ...
 15.41: In Fig. 1542, the pendulum consists of a uniform disk with radius ...
 15.42: Suppose that a simple pendulum consists of a small 60.0 g bob at th...
 15.43: (a) If the physical pendulum of Fig. 1513 and the associated sampl...
 15.44: A physical pendulum consists of two meterlong sticks joined togeth...
 15.45: A performer seated on a trapeze is swinging back and forth with a p...
 15.46: A physical pendulum has a center of oscillation at distance 2L/3 fr...
 15.47: In Fig. 1544, a physical pendulum consists of a uniform solid disk...
 15.48: A rectangular block, with face 1 2 k Figure 1541 34. L r Figure 15...
 15.49: The angle of the pendulum of Fig. 1511b is given by u um cos[(4.44...
 15.50: A thin uniform rod (mass 0.50 kg) swings about an axis that passes ...
 15.51: In Fig. 1546, a stick of length L 1.85 m oscillates as a physical ...
 15.52: The 3.00 kg cube in Fig. 1547 has edge lengths d 6.00 cm and is mo...
 15.53: In the overhead view of Fig. 15 48, a long uniform rod of mass 0.6...
 15.54: In Fig. 1549a, a metal plate is mounted on an axle through its cen...
 15.55: A pendulum is formed by pivoting a long thin rod about a point on t...
 15.56: In Fig. 1550, a 2.50 kg disk of diameter D 42.0 cm is supported by...
 15.57: The amplitude of a lightly damped oscillator decreases by 3.0% duri...
 15.58: For the damped oscillator system shown in Fig. 1516, with m 250 g,...
 15.59: For the damped oscillator system shown in Fig. 1516, the block has...
 15.60: The suspension system of a 2000 kg automobile sags 10 cm when the c...
 15.61: For Eq. 1545, suppose the amplitude xm is given by xm Fm[m2(v2d v2...
 15.62: Hanging from a horizontal beam are nine simple pendulums of the fol...
 15.63: A 1000 kg car carrying four 82 kg people travels over a washboard d...
 15.64: Although California is known for earthquakes, it has large regions ...
 15.65: A loudspeaker diaphragm is oscillating in simple harmonic motion wi...
 15.66: A uniform spring with k 8600 N/m is cut into pieces 1 and 2 of unst...
 15.67: In Fig. 1551, three 10 000 kg ore cars are held at rest on a mine ...
 15.68: A 2.00 kg block hangs from a spring.A 300 g body hung below the blo...
 15.69: In the engine of a locomotive, a cylindrical piece known as a pisto...
 15.70: A wheel is free to rotate about its fixed axle. A spring is attache...
 15.71: A 50.0 g stone is attached to the bottom of a vertical spring and s...
 15.72: A uniform circular disk whose radius R is 12.6 cm is suspended as a...
 15.73: A vertical spring stretches 9.6 cm when a 1.3 kg block is hung from...
 15.74: A massless spring with spring constant 19 N/m hangs vertically. A b...
 15.75: A 4.00 kg block is suspended from a spring with k 500 N/m.A 50.0 g ...
 15.76: A 55.0 g block oscillates in SHM on the end of a spring with k 1500...
 15.77: Figure 1553 gives the position of a 20 g block oscillating in SHM ...
 15.78: Figure 1553 gives the position x(t) of a block oscillating in SHM ...
 15.79: Figure 1554 shows the kinetic energy K of a simple pendulum versus...
 15.80: A block is in SHM on the end of a spring, with position given by x ...
 15.81: A simple harmonic oscillator consists of a 0.50 kg block attached t...
 15.82: A simple pendulum of length 20 cm and mass 5.0 g is suspended in a ...
 15.83: The scale of a spring balance that reads from 0 to 15.0 kg is 12.0 ...
 15.84: A 0.10 kg block oscillates back and forth along a straight line on ...
 15.85: The end point of a spring oscillates with a period of 2.0 s when a ...
 15.86: The tip of one prong of a tuning fork undergoes SHM of frequency 10...
 15.87: A flat uniform circular disk has a mass of 3.00 kg and a radius of ...
 15.88: A block weighing 20 N oscillates at one end of a vertical spring fo...
 15.89: A 3.0 kg particle is in simple harmonic motion in one dimension and...
 15.90: A particle executes linear SHM with frequency 0.25 Hz about the poi...
 15.91: What is the frequency of a simple pendulum 2.0 m long (a) in a room...
 15.92: A grandfather clock has a pendulum that consists of a thin brass di...
 15.93: A 4.00 kg block hangs from a spring, extending it 16.0 cm from its ...
 15.94: What is the phase constant for SMH with a(t) given in Fig. 1557 if...
 15.95: An engineer has an oddshaped 10 kg object and needs to find its ro...
 15.96: A spider can tell when its web has captured, say, a fly because the...
 15.97: A torsion pendulum consists of a metal disk with a wire running thr...
 15.98: When a 20 N can is hung from the bottom of a vertical spring, it ca...
 15.99: For a simple pendulum, find the angular amplitude um at which the r...
 15.100: In Fig. 1559, a solid cylinder attached to a horizontal spring (k ...
 15.101: A 1.2 kg block sliding on a horizontal frictionless surface is atta...
 15.102: A simple harmonic oscillator consists of an 0.80 kg block attached ...
 15.103: A block sliding on a horizontal frictionless surface is attached to...
 15.104: A damped harmonic oscillator consists of a block (m 2.00 kg), a spr...
 15.105: A block weighing 10.0 N is attached to the lower end of a vertical ...
 15.106: A simple harmonic oscillator consists of a block attached to a spri...
 15.107: The vibration frequencies of atoms in solids at normal temperatures...
 15.108: Figure 1561 shows that if we hang a block on the end of a spring w...
 15.109: The physical pendulum in Fig. 1562 has two possible pivot points A...
 15.110: A common device for entertaining a toddler is a jump seat that hang...
 15.111: A 2.0 kg block executes SHM while attached to a horizontal spring o...
 15.112: In Fig. 1564, a 2500 kg demolition ball swings from the end of a c...
 15.113: The center of oscillation of a physical pendulum has this interesti...
 15.114: A (hypothetical) large slingshot is stretched 2.30 m to launch a 17...
 15.115: What is the length of a simple pendulum whose full swing from left ...
 15.116: A 2.0 kg block is attached to the end of a spring with a spring con...
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