 4.1CQ: Propose a force standard different from the example of a stretched ...
 4.1PE: A 63.0kg sprinter starts a race with an acceleration of 4.20 m/s2 ...
 4.2CQ: What properties do forces have that allow us to classify them as ve...
 4.2PE: If the sprinter from the previous problem accelerates at that rate ...
 4.3CQ: How are inertia and mass related?
 4.3PE: A cleaner pushes a 4.50kg laundry cart in such a way that the net ...
 4.4CQ: What is the relationship between weight and mass? Which is an intri...
 4.4PE: Since astronauts in orbit are apparently weightless, a clever metho...
 4.5CQ: Which statement is correct? (a) Net force causes motion. (b) Net fo...
 4.5PE: In Figure 4.7, the net external force on the 24kg mower is stated ...
 4.6CQ: Why can we neglect forces such as those holding a body together whe...
 4.6PE: The same rocket sled drawn in Figure 4.31 is decelerated at a rate ...
 4.7CQ: Explain how the choice of the “system of interest” affects which fo...
 4.7PE: (a) If the rocket sled shown in Figure 4.32 starts with only one ro...
 4.8CQ: Describe a situation in which the net external force on a system is...
 4.8PE: What is the deceleration of the rocket sled if it comes to rest in ...
 4.9CQ: A system can have a nonzero velocity while the net external force o...
 4.9PE: Suppose two children push horizontally, but in exactly opposite dir...
 4.10CQ: A rock is thrown straight up. What is the net external force acting...
 4.10PE: A powerful motorcycle can produce an acceleration of 3.50 m/s2 whil...
 4.11CQ: (a) Give an example of different net external forces acting on the ...
 4.11PE: The rocket sled shown in Figure 4.33 accelerates at a rate of 49.0 ...
 4.12CQ: If the acceleration of a system is zero, are no external forces act...
 4.12PE: Repeat the previous problem for the situation in which the rocket s...
 4.13CQ: If a constant, nonzero force is applied to an object, what can you ...
 4.13PE: The weight of an astronaut plus his space suit on the Moon is only ...
 4.14CQ: The gravitational force on the basketball in Figure 4.6 is ignored....
 4.14PE: Suppose the mass of a fully loaded module in which astronauts take ...
 4.15CQ: When you take off in a jet aircraft, there is a sensation of being ...
 4.15PE: What net external force is exerted on a 1100kg artillery shell fir...
 4.16CQ: A device used since the 1940s to measure the kick or recoil of the ...
 4.16PE: A brave but inadequate rugby player is being pushed backward by an ...
 4.17CQ: Describe a situation in which one system exerts a force on another ...
 4.17PE: Two teams of nine members each engage in a tug of war. Each of the ...
 4.18CQ: Why does an ordinary rifle recoil (kick backward) when fired? The b...
 4.18PE: What force does a trampoline have to apply to a 45.0kg gymnast to ...
 4.19CQ: An American football lineman reasons that it is senseless to try to...
 4.19PE: (a) Calculate the tension in a vertical strand of spider web if a s...
 4.20CQ: Newton’s third law of motion tells us that forces always occur in p...
 4.20PE: Suppose a 60.0kg gymnast climbs a rope. (a) What is the tension in...
 4.21CQ: If a leg is suspended by a traction setup as shown in Figure 4.30, ...
 4.21PE: Show that, as stated in the text, a force F? exerted on a flexible ...
 4.22PE: Consider the baby being weighed in Figure 4.34. (a) What is the mas...
 4.23CQ: To simulate the apparent weightlessness of space orbit, astronauts ...
 4.23PE: A 5.00×105 kg rocket is accelerating straight up. Its engines prod...
 4.24CQ: A cartoon shows the toupee coming off the head of an elevator passe...
 4.24PE: The wheels of a midsize car exert a force of 2100 N backward on the...
 4.25CQ: Explain, in terms of the properties of the four basic forces, why p...
 4.25PE: Calculate the force a 70.0kg high jumper must exert on the ground ...
 4.26CQ: What is the dominant force between astronomical objects? Why are th...
 4.26PE: When landing after a spectacular somersault, a 40.0kg gymnast dece...
 4.27CQ: Give a detailed example of how the exchange of a particle can resul...
 4.27PE: A freight train consists of two 8.00×104 kg engines and 45 cars wi...
 4.28PE: Commercial airplanes are sometimes pushed out of the passenger load...
 4.29PE: A 1100kg car pulls a boat on a trailer. (a) What total force resis...
 4.30PE: (a) Find the magnitudes of the forces F1 and F2 that add to give th...
 4.31PE: Two children pull a third child on a snow saucer sled exerting forc...
 4.32PE: Suppose your car was mired deeply in the mud and you wanted to use ...
 4.33PE: What force is exerted on the tooth in Figure 4.38 if the tension in...
 4.34PE: Figure 4.39 shows Superhero and Trusty Sidekick hanging motionless ...
 4.35PE: A nurse pushes a cart by exerting a force on the handle at a downwa...
 4.36PE: Construct Your Own the tension in an elevator cable during the time...
 4.37PE: Construct Your Own two people pushing a toboggan with four children...
 4.38PE: Unreasonable Results (a) Repeat Exercise 4.29, but assume an accele...
 4.39PE: Unreasonable Results (a) What is the initial acceleration of a rock...
 4.40PE: A flea jumps by exerting a force of 1.20×10?5 N straight down on th...
 4.41PE: Two muscles in the back of the leg pull upward on the Achilles tend...
 4.42PE: A 76.0kg person is being pulled away from a burning building as sh...
 4.43PE: Integrated Concepts A 35.0kg dolphin decelerates from 12.0 to 7.50...
 4.44PE: Integrated Concepts When starting a foot race, a 70.0kg sprinter e...
 4.45PE: Integrated Concepts A large rocket has a mass of 2.00×106 kg at tak...
 4.46PE: Integrated Concepts A basketball player jumps straight up for a bal...
 4.47PE: Integrated Concepts A 2.50kg fireworks shell is fired straight up ...
 4.48PE: Integrated Concepts Repeat Exercise 4.47 for a shell fired at an an...
 4.49PE: Integrated Concepts An elevator filled with passengers has a mass o...
 4.50PE: Unreasonable Results (a) What is the final velocity of a car origin...
 4.51PE: Unreasonable Results A 75.0kg man stands on a bathroom scale in an...
 4.52PE: (a) What is the strength of the weak nuclear force relative to the ...
 4.53PE: (a) What is the ratio of the strength of the gravitational force to...
 4.54PE: What is the ratio of the strength of the strong nuclear force to th...
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