 10.1: Do all points on a rigid, rotating object have the same angular vel...
 10.2: A point on the rim of a rotating wheel has nonzero acceleration, si...
 10.3: Why doesnt it make sense to talk about a bodys rotational inertia u...
 10.4: Two forces act on an object, but the net force is zero. Must the ne...
 10.5: Is it possible to apply a counterclockwise torque to an object that...
 10.6: A solid sphere and a hollow sphere of the same mass and radius are ...
 10.7: A solid cylinder and a hollow cylinder of the same mass and radius ...
 10.8: A circular saw takes a long time to stop rotating after the power i...
 10.9: A solid sphere and a solid cube have the same mass, and the side of...
 10.10: The lower part of a horses leg contains essentially no muscle. How ...
 10.11: Given a fixed amount of a material, what shape should you make a fl...
 10.12: A ball starts from rest and rolls without slipping down a slope, th...
 10.13: Determine the angular speed, in rad/s, of (a) Earth about its axis;...
 10.14: Whats the linear speed of a point (a) on Earths equator and (b) at ...
 10.15: Express each of the following in radians per second: (a) 720 rpm; (...
 10.16: A 25cmdiameter circular saw blade spins at 3500 rpm. How fast wou...
 10.17: A compact discs rotation varies from about 200 rpm to 500 rpm. If t...
 10.18: During startup, a power plants turbine accelerates from rest at (a)...
 10.19: A merrygoround starts from rest and accelerates with angular acce...
 10.20: A 320N frictional force acts on the rim of a 1.0mdiameter wheel ...
 10.21: A torque is needed to start a revolving door rotating. If a child c...
 10.22: A car tuneup manual calls for tightening the spark plugs to a torq...
 10.23: A 55g mouse runs out to the end of the 17cmlong minute hand of a...
 10.24: You have your bicycle upsidedown for repairs. The front wheel is f...
 10.25: Four equal masses m are located at the corners of a square of side ...
 10.26: The shaft connecting a power plants turbine and electric generator ...
 10.27: The chamber of a rocktumbling machine is a hollow cylinder with ma...
 10.28: A wheels diameter is 92 cm, and its rotational inertia is (a) Whats...
 10.29: Three equal masses m are located at the vertices of an equilateral ...
 10.30: (a) Estimate Earths rotational inertia, assuming it to be a uniform...
 10.31: A neutron star is an extremely dense, rapidly spinning object that ...
 10.32: A 108g Frisbee is 24 cm in diameter and has half its mass spread u...
 10.33: At the MIT Magnet Laboratory, energy is stored in huge solid flywhe...
 10.34: A 25cmdiameter circular saw blade has mass 0.85 kg, distributed u...
 10.35: Humankind uses energy at the rate of about 15 TW. If we found a way...
 10.36: A 150g baseball is pitched at 33 m/s spinning at 42 rad/s. You can...
 10.37: (a) Find the energy stored in the flywheel of Exercise 33 when its ...
 10.38: A solid 2.4kg sphere is rolling at 5.0 m/s. Find (a) its translati...
 10.39: What fraction of a solid disks kinetic energy is rotational if its ...
 10.40: A rolling ball has total kinetic energy 100 J, 40 J of which is rot...
 10.41: A wheel turns through 2.0 revolutions while accelerating from rest ...
 10.42: Youre an engineer designing kitchen appliances, and youre working o...
 10.43: An eagle with 2.1m wingspan flaps its wings 20 times per minute, e...
 10.44: A compact disc (CD) player varies the rotation rate of the disc in ...
 10.45: You rev your cars engine and watch the tachometer climb steadily fr...
 10.46: A circular saw spins at 5800 rpm, and its electronic brake is suppo...
 10.47: Fullcircle rotation is common in mechanical systems, but less evid...
 10.48: A pulley 12 cm in diameter is free to rotate about a horizontal axl...
 10.49: A square frame is made from four thin rods, each of length L and ma...
 10.50: Use integration to show that the rotational inertia of a thick ring...
 10.51: A uniform rectangular flat plate has mass M and dimensions a by b. ...
 10.52: Each propeller on a King Air twinengine airplane consists of three...
 10.53: The cellular motor driving the flagellum in E. coli (see 47) exerts...
 10.54: Verify by direct integration Table 10.2s entry for the rotational i...
 10.55: Youre an astronaut in the first crew of a new space station. The st...
 10.56: A motor is connected to a solid cylindrical drum with diameter 1.2 ...
 10.57: A 2.4kg block rests on a slope and is attached by a string of negl...
 10.58: Youve got your bicycle upsidedown for repairs, with its 66cmdiame...
 10.59: A potters wheel is a stone disk 90 cm in diameter with mass 120 kg....
 10.60: A ships anchor weighs 5000 N. Its cable passes over a roller of neg...
 10.61: Starting from rest, a hollow ball rolls down a ramp inclined at ang...
 10.62: A hollow ball rolls along a horizontal surface at 3.7 m/s when it e...
 10.63: As an automotive engineer, youre charged with improving the fuel ec...
 10.64: A solid ball of mass M and radius R starts at rest at height h abov...
 10.65: A disk of radius R has an initial mass M. Then a hole of radius R/4...
 10.66: A 50kg mass is tied to a massless rope wrapped around a solid cyli...
 10.67: Each wheel of a 320kg motorcycle is 52 cm in diameter and has rota...
 10.68: A solid marble starts from rest and rolls without slipping on the l...
 10.69: A disk of radius R and thickness w has a mass density that increase...
 10.70: The disk in Fig. 10.29 is rotating freely about a frictionless hori...
 10.71: Consider the rotational inertia of a thin, flat object about an axi...
 10.72: Use the perpendicularaxis theorem in (a) to verify the entry in Ta...
 10.73: Calculate the rotational inertia of a uniform right circular cone o...
 10.74: Show that the rotational inertia of a uniform solid spheroid about ...
 10.75: A thin rod of length L and mass M is free to pivot about one end. I...
 10.76: The local historical society has asked your assistance in writing t...
 10.77: Youre skeptical about a new hybrid car that stores energy in a flyw...
 10.78: Figure 10.31 shows an object of mass M with one axis through its ce...
 10.79: Which design has greater rotational inertia? a. design A b. design ...
 10.80: If both centrifuges are made thicker in the vertical direction, wit...
 10.81: If the sample tubes are made longer, the rotational inertia of the ...
 10.82: While the centrifuges are spinning, the net force on samples in the...
 10.83: If a centrifuges radius and mass are both doubled without otherwise...
Solutions for Chapter 10: Rotational Motion
Full solutions for Essential University Physics: Volume 1  2nd Edition
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