 4.1: Distinguish the Aristotelian and Galilean/Newtonian views of the na...
 4.2: A ball bounces off a wall with the same speed it had before it hit ...
 4.3: We often use the term inertia to describe human sluggishness. How i...
 4.4: Does a body necessarily move in the direction of the net force acti...
 4.5: A truck crashes into a stalled car. A student trying to explain the...
 4.6: A barefoot astronaut kicks a ball, hard, across a space station. Do...
 4.7: The surface gravity on Jupiters moon Io is onefifth that on Earth....
 4.8: In paddling a canoe, you push water backward with your paddle. What...
 4.9: Is it possible for a nonzero net force to act on an object without ...
 4.10: As your plane accelerates down the runway, you take your keys from ...
 4.11: A driver tells passengers to buckle their seatbelts, invoking the l...
 4.12: A subway trains mass is What force is required to accelerate the tr...
 4.13: A 61Mg railroad locomotive can exert a 0.12MN force. At what rate...
 4.14: A small plane accelerates down the runway at If its propeller provi...
 4.15: A car leaves the road traveling at 110 km/h and hits a tree, coming...
 4.16: By how much does the force required to stop a car increase if the i...
 4.17: Kinesin is a motor protein responsible for moving materials within ...
 4.18: Starting from rest, a 940kg racing car covers 400 m in 4.95 s. Fin...
 4.19: In an eggdropping contest, a student encases an 85g egg in a Styr...
 4.20: In a frontend collision, a 1300kg car with shockabsorbing bumper...
 4.21: Show that the units of acceleration can be written as N/kg. Why doe...
 4.22: Your spaceship crashes on one of the Suns planets. Fortunately, the...
 4.23: Your friend can barely lift a 35kg concrete block on Earth. How ma...
 4.24: A cereal box says net weight 340 grams. Whats the actual weight (a)...
 4.25: Youre a safety engineer for a bridge spanning the U.S.Canadian bor...
 4.26: The gravitational acceleration at the International Space Stations ...
 4.27: A 50kg parachutist descends at a steady 40 km/h. What force does a...
 4.28: A 930kg motorboat accelerates away from a dock at Its propeller pr...
 4.29: An elevator accelerates downward at What force does the elevators f...
 4.30: At 560 metric tons, the Airbus A380 is the worlds largest airliner...
 4.31: Youre an engineer working on Ares I, NASAs replacement for the spac...
 4.32: You step into an elevator, and it accelerates to a downward speed o...
 4.33: What upward gravitational force does a 5600kg elephant exert on Ea...
 4.34: Your friends mass is 65 kg. If she jumps off a 120cmhigh table, h...
 4.35: What force is necessary to stretch a spring 48 cm, if its spring co...
 4.36: A 35N force is applied to a spring with spring constant How much d...
 4.37: A spring with spring constant is used to weigh a 6.7kg fish. How f...
 4.38: A 1.25kg object is moving in the xdirection at 17.4 m/s. Just 3.4...
 4.39: An airplane encounters sudden turbulence, and you feel momentarily ...
 4.40: A 74kg tree surgeon rides a cherry picker lift to reach the upper ...
 4.41: A dancer executes a vertical jump during which the floor pushes up ...
 4.42: Find expressions for the force needed to bring an object of mass m ...
 4.43: An elevator moves upward at Whats its minimum stopping time if the ...
 4.44: A 2.50kg object is moving along the xaxis at 1.60 m/s. As it pass...
 4.45: Blocks of 1.0, 2.0, and 3.0 kg are lined up on a frictionless table...
 4.46: A child pulls an 11kg wagon with a horizontal handle whose mass is...
 4.47: A 2200kg airplane pulls two gliders, the first of mass 310 kg and ...
 4.48: A biologist is studying the growth of rats on the Space Station. To...
 4.49: An elastic towrope has spring constant 1300 N/m. Its connected betw...
 4.50: A 2.0kg mass and a 3.0kg mass are on a horizontal frictionless su...
 4.51: Youre an automotive engineer designing the crumple zone of a new ca...
 4.52: Frogs tongues dart out to catch insects, with maximum tongue accele...
 4.53: Two large crates, with masses 640 kg and 490 kg, are connected by a...
 4.54: What force do the blades of a 4300kg helicopter exert on the air w...
 4.55: What engine thrust (force) is needed to accelerate a rocket of mass...
 4.56: Your engineering firm is asked to specify the maximum load for the ...
 4.57: An F16 jet fighter has mass 12 Mg and engine thrust 132 kN. An Air...
 4.58: Two springs have the same unstretched length but different spring c...
 4.59: Although we usually write Newtons second law for onedimensional mot...
 4.60: A railroad car is being pulled beneath a grain elevator that dumps ...
 4.61: A block 20% more massive than you hangs from a rope that goes over ...
 4.62: Youre asked to calibrate a device used to measure vertical accelera...
 4.63: Your airplane is caught in a brief, violent downdraft. To your amaz...
 4.64: Youre assessing the Engineered Material Arresting System (EMAS) at ...
 4.65: Two masses are joined by a massless string. A 30N force applied ve...
 4.66: A mass M hangs from a uniform rope of length L and mass m. Find an ...
 4.67: Jerk is the rate of change of acceleration, and its what can make y...
 4.68: At the first sign of turbulence, the planes acceleration a. is upwa...
 4.69: The planes vertical acceleration has its greatest magnitude a. duri...
 4.70: During interval C, you can conclude for certain that the plane is a...
 4.71: The magnitude of the greatest vertical acceleration the plane under...
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