 13.1: Is a vertically bouncing ball an example of oscillatory motion? Of ...
 13.2: The vibration frequencies of molecules are much higher than those o...
 13.3: What happens to the frequency of a simple harmonic oscillator when ...
 13.4: If the spring of a simple harmonic oscillator is cut in half, what ...
 13.5: How does the frequency of a simple harmonic oscillator depend on it...
 13.6: How would the frequency of a horizontal massspring system change i...
 13.7: When in its cycle is the acceleration of an undamped simple harmoni...
 13.8: Explain how simple harmonic motion might be used to determine the m...
 13.9: One pendulum consists of a solid rod of mass m and length L, and an...
 13.10: The x and ycomponents of motion of a body are both simple harmoni...
 13.11: Why is critical damping desirable in a cars suspension?
 13.12: Explain why the frequency of a damped system is lower than that of ...
 13.13: Opera singers have been known to break glasses with their voices. How?
 13.14: What will happen to the period of a massspring system if its place...
 13.15: How can a system have more than one resonant frequency?
 13.16: A doctor counts 77 heartbeats in 1 minute. What are the correspondi...
 13.17: A violin string playing the note A oscillates at 440 Hz. Whats its ...
 13.18: The vibration frequency of a hydrogen chloride molecule is How long...
 13.19: Write expressions for simple harmonic motion (a) with amplitude 10 ...
 13.20: The top of a skyscraper sways back and forth, completing 9 oscillat...
 13.21: A hummingbirds wings vibrate at about 45 Hz. Whats the correspondin...
 13.22: A 200g mass is attached to a spring of constant and set into oscil...
 13.23: An automobile suspension has an effective spring constant of 26 kN/...
 13.24: The quartz crystal in a watch executes simple harmonic motion at 32...
 13.25: A 50g mass is attached to a spring and undergoes simple harmonic m...
 13.26: A particle undergoes simple harmonic motion with amplitude 25 cm an...
 13.27: A particle undergoes simple harmonic motion with maximum speed 1.4 ...
 13.28: How long should you make a simple pendulum so its period is (a) 200...
 13.29: At the heart of a grandfather clock is a simple pendulum 1.45 m lon...
 13.30: A 640g hollow ball 21 cm in diameter is suspended by a wire and is...
 13.31: A meter stick is suspended from one end and set swinging. Find the ...
 13.32: A wheel rotates at 600 rpm. Viewed from the edge, a point on the wh...
 13.33: The x and ycomponents of an objects motion are harmonic with freq...
 13.34: A 450g mass on a spring is oscillating at 1.2 Hz, with total energ...
 13.35: A torsional oscillator of rotational inertia and torsional constant...
 13.36: Youre riding in a friends 1400kg car with bad shock absorbers, bou...
 13.37: The vibration of a piano string can be described by an equation ana...
 13.38: A massspring system has where b is the damping constant and the na...
 13.39: A cars front suspension has a natural frequency of 0.45 Hz. The car...
 13.40: A simple model for carbon dioxide consists of three mass points (at...
 13.41: Two identical massspring systems consist of 430g masses on spring...
 13.42: The human eye and muscles that hold it can be modeled as a massspri...
 13.43: A mass m slides along a frictionless horizontal surface at speed It...
 13.44: Show by substitution that is a solution to Equation 13.3.
 13.45: A physics student, bored by a lecture on simple harmonic motion, id...
 13.46: A pendulum of length L is mounted in a rocket. Find its period if t...
 13.47: The protein dynein powers the flagella that propel some unicellular...
 13.48: A mass is attached to a vertical spring, which then goes into oscil...
 13.49: Derive the period of a simple pendulum by considering the horizonta...
 13.50: A solid disk of radius R is suspended from a spring of spring const...
 13.51: A thin steel beam 8.0 m long is suspended from a crane and is under...
 13.52: A cyclist turns her bicycle upside down to repair it. She then noti...
 13.53: An object undergoes simple harmonic motion in two mutually perpendi...
 13.54: The muscles that drive insect wings minimize the energy needed for ...
 13.55: A pendulum consists of a 320g solid ball 15.0 cm in diameter, susp...
 13.56: If Jane and Tarzan are initially 8.0 m apart in Fig. 13.12, and Jan...
 13.57: A small mass measuring device (SMMD) used for research on the biolo...
 13.58: A thin, uniform hoop of mass M and radius R is suspended from a hor...
 13.59: A mass m is mounted between two springs with constants and as shown...
 13.60: The equation for an ellipse is . Show that twodimensional simple h...
 13.61: Show that the potential energy of a simple pendulum is proportional...
 13.62: The total energy of a massspring system is the sum of its kinetic ...
 13.63: A solid cylinder of mass M and radius R is mounted on an axle throu...
 13.64: A mass m is free to slide on a frictionless track whose height y as...
 13.65: A 250g mass is mounted on a spring of constant The damping constan...
 13.66: A harmonic oscillator is underdamped if the damping constant b is l...
 13.67: A massless spring with hangs from the ceiling. A 490g mass is hook...
 13.68: A meter stick is suspended from a frictionless rod through a small ...
 13.69: A particle of mass m has potential energy given by where a is a con...
 13.70: Two balls each of unknown mass m are mounted on opposite ends of a ...
 13.71: Two massspring systems with the same mass are undergoing oscillato...
 13.72: Two massspring systems have the same mass and the same total energ...
 13.73: A 500g mass is suspended from a thread 45 cm long that can sustain...
 13.74: A 500g block on a frictionless, horizontal surface is attached to ...
 13.75: Repeat for a small solid ball of mass M and radius R that rolls wit...
 13.76: Youre working on the script of a movie whose plot involves a hole d...
 13.77: A 1.2kg block rests on a frictionless surface and is attached to a...
 13.78: A disk of radius R is suspended from a pivot somewhere between its ...
 13.79: Show by direct substitution that satisfies Equation 13.18 with A gi...
 13.80: Youre a structural engineer working on a design for a steel beam, a...
 13.81: Show that represents simple harmonic motion, as in Equation 13.8, w...
 13.82: Youre working for the summer with an ornithologist who knows youve ...
 13.83: While waiting for your plane to take off, you suspend your keys fro...
 13.84: Youre working for a playground equipment company, which wants to kn...
 13.85: If a 90kg astronaut is weighed with this BMMD, the time for three ...
 13.86: If the same device were used on Earth, the results for a given astr...
 13.87: If an astronauts mass declines linearly with time while shes in orb...
 13.88: The spring constant for the BMMD described here is a. b. c. d. e. n...
Solutions for Chapter 13: Oscillatory Motion
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