 3.1: Under what conditions is the magnitude of the vector sum equal to t...
 3.2: Can two vectors of equal magnitude sum to zero? How about two vecto...
 3.3: Repeat Question 2 for three vectors.
 3.4: Can an object have a southward acceleration while moving northward?...
 3.5: Youre a passenger in a car rounding a curve. The driver claims the ...
 3.6: In what sense is Equation 3.8 really two (or three) equations?
 3.7: Is a projectiles speed constant throughout its parabolic trajectory?
 3.8: Is there any point on a projectiles trajectory where velocity and a...
 3.9: How is it possible for an object to be moving in one direction but ...
 3.10: Youre in a bus moving with constant velocity on a level road when y...
 3.11: You walk west 220 m, then north 150 m. What are the magnitude and d...
 3.12: An ion in a mass spectrometer follows a semicircular path of radius...
 3.13: A migrating whale follows the west coast of Mexico and North Americ...
 3.14: Vector has magnitude 3.0 m and points to the right; vector has magn...
 3.15: Use unit vectors to express a displacement of 120 km at countercloc...
 3.16: Find the magnitude of the vector and determine its angle to the xa...
 3.17: (a) Whats the magnitude of (b) What angle does it make with the xa...
 3.18: Youre heading an international effort to save Earth from an asteroi...
 3.19: An object is moving at 18 m/s at counterclockwise from the xaxis. ...
 3.20: A car drives north at 40 mi/h for 10 min, then turns east and goes ...
 3.21: An objects velocity is where t is time and c and d are positive con...
 3.22: A car, initially going eastward, rounds a curve and ends up heading...
 3.23: What are (a) the average velocity and (b) the average acceleration ...
 3.24: An ice skater is gliding along at 2.4 m/s, when she undergoes an ac...
 3.25: An object is moving in the xdirection at 1.3 m/s when it undergoes...
 3.26: Youre a pilot beginning a 1500km flight. Your planes speed is 1000...
 3.27: You wish to row straight across a 63mwide river. You can row at a...
 3.28: A plane with airspeed 370 km/h flies perpendicularly across the jet...
 3.29: A flock of geese is attempting to migrate due south, but the wind i...
 3.30: The position of an object as a function of time is with t in second...
 3.31: Youre sailboarding at 6.5 m/s when a wind gust hits, lasting 6.3 s ...
 3.32: You toss an apple horizontally at 8.7 m/s from a height of 2.6 m. S...
 3.33: A carpenter tosses a shingle horizontally off an 8.8mhigh roof at...
 3.34: An arrow fired horizontally at 41 m/s travels 23 m horizontally. Fr...
 3.35: Droplets in an inkjet printer are ejected horizontally at 12 m/s a...
 3.36: Protons drop over the 1.7km length of a particle accelerator. What...
 3.37: If you can hit a golf ball 180 m on Earth, how far can you hit it o...
 3.38: How fast would a car have to round a 75mradius turn for its accel...
 3.39: Estimate the acceleration of the Moon, which completes a nearly cir...
 3.40: Global Positioning System (GPS) satellites circle Earth at altitude...
 3.41: Two vectors and have the same magnitude A and are at right angles. ...
 3.42: Vector has magnitude 1.0 m and points clockwise from the xaxis. Ve...
 3.43: Let and Find such that
 3.44: A biologist looking through a microscope sees a bacterium at After ...
 3.45: A particles position is where c and d are positive constants. Find ...
 3.46: For the particle in 45, is there any time when the particle is (a) ...
 3.47: Attempting to stop on a slippery road, a car moving at 80 km/h skid...
 3.48: An object undergoes acceleration for 10 s. At the end of this time,...
 3.49: The Singapore Flyer is the worlds largest Ferris wheel. Its diamete...
 3.50: A ferryboat sails between towns directly opposite each other on a r...
 3.51: The sum of two vectors, is perpendicular to their difference, How d...
 3.52: Write an expression for a unit vector at clockwise from the xaxis.
 3.53: An object is initially moving in the xdirection at 4.5 m/s, when i...
 3.54: A particle leaves the origin with initial velocity undergoing const...
 3.55: A kid fires a squirt gun horizontally from 1.6 m above the ground. ...
 3.56: A projectile has horizontal range R on level ground and reaches max...
 3.57: You throw a baseball at a angle to the horizontal, aiming at a frie...
 3.58: In a chase scene, a movie stuntman runs horizontally off the flat r...
 3.59: Standing on the ground 3.0 m from a building, you want to throw a p...
 3.60: Derive a general formula for the horizontal distance covered by a p...
 3.61: Consider two projectiles launched on level ground with the same spe...
 3.62: You toss a protein bar to your hiking companion located 8.6 m up a ...
 3.63: Prove that a projectile launched on level ground reaches maximum he...
 3.64: A projectile launched at angle to the horizontal reaches maximum he...
 3.65: As an expert witness, youre testifying in a case involving a motorc...
 3.66: Show that, for a given initial speed, the horizontal range of a pro...
 3.67: A basketball player is 15 ft horizontally from the center of the ba...
 3.68: Two projectiles are launched simultaneously from the same point, wi...
 3.69: A jet is diving vertically downward at 1200 km/h. If the pilot can ...
 3.70: Your alpine rescue team is using a slingshot to send an emergency m...
 3.71: If you can throw a stone straight up to height h, whats the maximum...
 3.72: In a conversion from military to peacetime use, a missile with maxi...
 3.73: A soccer player can kick the ball 28 m on level ground, with its in...
 3.74: A diver leaves a 3m board on a trajectory that takes her 2.5 m abo...
 3.75: Using calculus, you can find a functions maximum or minimum by diff...
 3.76: Youre a consulting engineer specializing in athletic facilities, an...
 3.77: Differentiate the trajectory Equation 3.14 to find its slope, and s...
 3.78: Your medieval history class is constructing a trebuchet, a catapult...
 3.79: Generalize to find an expression for the angle that will maximize t...
 3.80: (a) Show that the position of a particle on a circle of radius R wi...
 3.81: Which statement characterizes the distances the students travel? a....
 3.82: Which statement characterizes the students displacements? a. Theyre...
 3.83: Which statement characterizes their average speeds? a. Theyre equal...
 3.84: Which statement characterizes their accelerations while walking (no...
Solutions for Chapter 3: Motion in Two and Three Dimensions
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