 7.1: Figure 7.14 shows force vectors at different points in space for tw...
 7.2: Is the conservationofmechanicalenergy principle related to Newto...
 7.3: Why cant we define a potential energy associated with friction?
 7.4: Can potential energy be negative? Can kinetic energy? Can total mec...
 7.5: If the potential energy is zero at a given point, must the force al...
 7.6: If the force is zero at a given point, must the potential energy al...
 7.7: If the difference in potential energy between two points is zero, d...
 7.8: A tightrope walker follows an essentially horizontal rope between t...
 7.9: If conservation of energy is a law of nature, why do we have progra...
 7.10: Determine the work you would have to do to move a block of mass m f...
 7.11: Now take Fig. 7.15 to lie in a vertical plane, and find the work do...
 7.12: Rework Example 7.1, now taking the zero of potential energy at stre...
 7.13: Find the potential energy associated with a 70kg hiker (a) atop Ne...
 7.14: You fly from Bostons Logan Airport, at sea level, to Denver, altitu...
 7.15: The potential energy associated with a 60kg hiker ascending 1250m...
 7.16: How much energy can be stored in a spring with k = 320 N/m if the m...
 7.17: How far would you have to stretch a spring with k = 1.4 kN/m for it...
 7.18: A biophysicist grabs the ends of a DNA strand with optical tweezers...
 7.19: A skier starts down a frictionless 32 slope. After a vertical drop ...
 7.20: A 10,000kg Navy jet lands on an aircraft carrier and snags a cable...
 7.21: A 120g arrow is shot vertically from a bow whose effective spring ...
 7.22: In a railroad yard, a 35,000kg boxcar moving at 7.5 m/s is stopped...
 7.23: You work for a toy company, and youre designing a springlaunched mo...
 7.24: A 54kg ice skater pushes off the wall of the rink, giving herself ...
 7.25: You push a 33kg table across a 6.2mwide room. In the process, 1....
 7.26: A particle slides along the frictionless track shown in Fig. 7.16, ...
 7.27: A particle slides back and forth on a frictionless track whose heig...
 7.28: A particle is trapped in a potential well described by U1x2 = 16x 2...
 7.29: The reservoir at Northfield Mountain Pumped Storage Project is 214 ...
 7.30: The force in Fig. 7.14a is given by F S a = F0 nj, where F0 is a co...
 7.31: A 1.50kg brick measures 20.0 cm * 8.00 cm * 5.50 cm. Taking the ze...
 7.32: A carbon monoxide molecule can be modeled as a carbon atom and an o...
 7.33: A more accurate expression for the force law of the rope in Example...
 7.34: For small stretches, the Achilles tendon can be modeled as an ideal...
 7.35: The force exerted by an unusual spring when its compressed a distan...
 7.36: The force on a particle is given by F S = A ni/x 2 , where A is a p...
 7.37: A particle moves along the xaxis under the influence of a force F ...
 7.38: As a highway engineer, youre asked to design a runaway truck lane o...
 7.39: A spring of constant k, compressed a distance x, is used to launch ...
 7.40: A child is on a swing whose 3.2mlong chains make a maximum angle ...
 7.41: With x  x0 = h and a = g, Equation 2.11 gives the speed of an obje...
 7.42: The nuchal ligament is a cordlike structure that runs along the ba...
 7.43: A 200g block slides back and forth on a frictionless surface betwe...
 7.44: Automotive standards call for bumpers that sustain essentially no d...
 7.45: A block slides on the frictionless looptheloop track shown in Fig...
 7.46: The maximum speed of the pendulum bob in a grandfather clock is 0.5...
 7.47: A mass m is dropped from height h above the top of a spring of cons...
 7.48: A particle with total energy 3.5 J is trapped in a potential well d...
 7.49: (a) Derive an expression for the potential energy of an object subj...
 7.50: In ionic solids such as NaCl (salt), the potential energy of a pair...
 7.51: Repeat Exercise 19 for the case when the coefficient of kinetic fri...
 7.52: As an energyefficiency consultant, youre asked to assess a pumped...
 7.53: A spring of constant k = 340 N/m is used to launch a 1.5kg block a...
 7.54: A bug slides back and forth in a bowl 15 cm deep, starting from res...
 7.55: A 190g block is launched by compressing a spring of constant k = 2...
 7.56: A block slides down a frictionless incline that terminates in a 45 ...
 7.57: An 840kg rollercoaster car is launched from a giant spring with k...
 7.58: A particle slides back and forth in a frictionless bowl whose heigh...
 7.59: A child sleds down a frictionless hill whose vertical drop is 7.2 m...
 7.60: A bug lands on top of the frictionless, spherical head of a bald ma...
 7.61: A particle of mass m is subject to a force F S = 1a1x2 ni, where a ...
 7.62: A block of weight 4.5 N is launched up a 30 inclined plane 2.0 m lo...
 7.63: Your engineering department is asked to evaluate the performance of...
 7.64: Your roommate is writing a science fiction novel and asks your advi...
 7.65: You have a summer job at your universitys zoology department, where...
 7.66: Biomechanical engineers developing artificial limbs for prosthetic ...
 7.67: Blocks with different masses are pushed against a spring one at a t...
 7.68: Nuclear fusion is the process that powers the Sun. Fusion occurs wh...
 7.69: Nuclear fusion is the process that powers the Sun. Fusion occurs wh...
 7.70: Nuclear fusion is the process that powers the Sun. Fusion occurs wh...
 7.71: Nuclear fusion is the process that powers the Sun. Fusion occurs wh...
Solutions for Chapter 7: Conservation of Energy
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