 11.1: Does Earths angular velocity vector point north or south?
 11.2: Figure 11.11 shows four forces acting on a body. In what directions...
 11.3: You stand with your right arm extended horizontally. Whats the dire...
 11.4: Although it contains no parentheses, the expression is unambiguous....
 11.5: Whats the angle between two vectors if their dot product is equal t...
 11.6: Why does a tetherball move faster as it winds up its pole?
 11.7: Why do helicopters have two rotors?
 11.8: A group of polar bears is standing around the edge of a slowly rota...
 11.9: Tornadoes in the northern hemisphere rotate counterclockwise as vie...
 11.10: Does a particle moving at constant speed in a straight line have an...
 11.11: When you turn on a highspeed power tool such as a router, the tool...
 11.12: Why is it easier to balance a basketball on your finger if its spin...
 11.13: A car is headed north at 70 km/h. Give the magnitude and direction ...
 11.14: If the car of Exercise 13 makes a left turn lasting 25 s, determine...
 11.15: A wheel is spinning at 45 rpm with its axis vertical. After 15 s, i...
 11.16: A wheel is spinning about a horizontal axis with angular speed 140 ...
 11.17: A 12N force is applied at the point Find the torque about the orig...
 11.18: A force is applied at the point Find the torque about (a) the origi...
 11.19: When you hold your arm outstretched, its supported primarily by the...
 11.20: Express the units of angular momentum (a) using only the fundamenta...
 11.21: In the Olympic hammer throw, a contestant whirls a 7.3kg steel bal...
 11.22: A gymnast of rotational inertia is tumbling head over heels with an...
 11.23: A 640g hoop 90 cm in diameter is rotating at 170 rpm about its cen...
 11.24: A 7.4cmdiameter baseball has mass 145 g and is spinning at 2000 r...
 11.25: A potters wheel with rotational inertia is spinning freely at 19.0 ...
 11.26: A 3.0mdiameter merrygoround with rotational inertia is spinning...
 11.27: A uniform, spherical cloud of interstellar gas has mass has radius ...
 11.28: A skater has rotational inertia with his fists held to his chest an...
 11.29: You slip a wrench over a bolt. Taking the origin at the bolt, the o...
 11.30: Vector points counterclockwise from the xaxis. Vector has twice th...
 11.31: A baseball player extends his arm straight up to catch a 145g base...
 11.32: Show that for any vectors and
 11.33: A weightlifters barbell consists of two 25kg masses on the ends of...
 11.34: A particle of mass m moves in a straight line at constant speed v. ...
 11.35: Biomechanical engineers have developed micromechanical devices for ...
 11.36: Figure 11.13 shows the dimensions of a 880g wooden baseball bat wh...
 11.37: As an automotive engineer, youre charged with redesigning a cars wh...
 11.38: A turntable of radius 25 cm and rotational inertia 0.0154 is spinni...
 11.39: A 17kg dog is standing on the edge of a stationary, frictionless t...
 11.40: A physics student is standing on an initially motionless, frictionl...
 11.41: Youre choreographing your schools annual ice show. You call for eig...
 11.42: Find the angle between two vectors whose dot product is twice the m...
 11.43: A circular bird feeder 19 cm in radius has rotational inertia Its s...
 11.44: A force applied at the point produces a torque about the origin. If...
 11.45: A turntable has rotational inertia I and is rotating with angular s...
 11.46: A uniform, solid, spherical asteroid with mass and radius 1.0 km is...
 11.47: About 99.9% of the solar systems total mass lies in the Sun. Using ...
 11.48: Youre a civil engineer for an advanced civilization on a solid sphe...
 11.49: In Fig. 11.15, the lower disk, of mass 440 g and radius 3.5 cm, is ...
 11.50: A massless spring with constant k is mounted on a turntable of rota...
 11.51: A solid ball of mass M and radius R is spinning with angular veloci...
 11.52: A timedependent torque given by is applied to an object thats init...
 11.53: Consider a rapidly spinning gyroscope whose axis is precessing unif...
 11.54: When a star like our Sun exhausts its fuel, thermonuclear reactions...
 11.55: If you push on the shaft between the arrowhead and the disk, pushin...
 11.56: If you push on the shaft between the arrowhead and the disk, pushin...
 11.57: If an additional weight is hung on the left end of the shaft, the a...
 11.58: If the system is precessing, and only the disks rotation rate is in...
Solutions for Chapter 11: Rotational Vectors and Angular Momentum
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