 10.1CQ: Analogies exist between rotational and translational physical quant...
 10.1PE: At its peak, a tornado is 60.0 m in diameter and carries 500 km/h w...
 10.2CQ: Explain why centripetal acceleration changes the direction of veloc...
 10.2PE: Integrated ConceptsAn ultracentrifuge accelerates from rest to 100,...
 10.3CQ: In circular motion, a tangential acceleration can change the magnit...
 10.3PE: Integrated ConceptsYou have a grindstone (a disk) that is 90.0 kg, ...
 10.4CQ: Suppose a piece of food is on the edge of a rotating microwave oven...
 10.4PE: Unreasonable ResultsYou are told that a basketball player spins the...
 10.5CQ: The moment of inertia of a long rod spun around an axis through one...
 10.5PE: With the aid of a string, a gyroscope is accelerated from rest to 3...
 10.6CQ: Why is the moment of inertia of a hoop that has a mass M and a radi...
 10.6PE: Suppose a piece of dust finds itself on a CD. If the spin rate of t...
 10.7CQ: Give an example in which a small force exerts a large torque. Give ...
 10.7PE: A gyroscope slows from an initial rate of 32.0 rad/s at a rate of 0...
 10.8PE: During a very quick stop, a car decelerates at 7.00 m/s2.(a) What i...
 10.9CQ: A ball slides up a frictionless ramp. It is then rolled without sli...
 10.9PE: Everyday application: Suppose a yoyo has a center shaft that has a...
 10.10CQ: Describe the energy transformations involved when a yoyo is thrown...
 10.10PE: This problem considers additional aspects of example Calculating th...
 10.11CQ: What energy transformations are involved when a dragster engine is ...
 10.11PE: Calculate the moment of inertia of a skater given the following inf...
 10.12PE: The triceps muscle in the back of the upper arm extends the forearm...
 10.13CQ: When you start the engine of your car with the transmission in neut...
 10.13PE: A soccer player extends her lower leg in a kicking motion by exerti...
 10.14CQ: Suppose a child walks from the outer edge of a rotating merrygo ro...
 10.14PE: Suppose you exert a force of 180 N tangential to a 0.280mradius 7...
 10.15CQ: Suppose a child gets off a rotating merrygoround. Does the angula...
 10.15PE: Consider the 12.0 kg motorcycle wheel shown in Figure 10.38. Assume...
 10.16CQ: Helicopters have a small propeller on their tail to keep them from ...
 10.16PE: Zorch, an archenemy of Superman, decides to slow Earth’s rotation t...
 10.17CQ: Whenever a helicopter has two sets of lifting blades, they rotate i...
 10.17PE: An automobile engine can produce 200 N · m of torque. Calculate the...
 10.18CQ: Describe how work is done by a skater pulling in her arms during a ...
 10.18PE: Starting with the formula for the moment of inertia of a rod rotate...
 10.19CQ: When there is a global heating trend on Earth, the atmosphere expan...
 10.19PE: Unreasonable ResultsA gymnast doing a forward flip lands on the mat...
 10.20CQ: Nearly all conventional piston engines have flywheels on them to sm...
 10.20PE: Unreasonable ResultsAn advertisement claims that an 800kg car is a...
 10.21CQ: Jet turbines spin rapidly. They are designed to fly apart if someth...
 10.22CQ: An astronaut tightens a bolt on a satellite in orbit. He rotates in...
 10.22PE: What is the final velocity of a hoop that rolls without slipping do...
 10.23CQ: Competitive divers pull their limbs in and curl up their bodies whe...
 10.23PE: (a) Calculate the rotational kinetic energy of Earth on its axis. (...
 10.24CQ: Draw a free body diagram to show how a diver gains angular momentum...
 10.24PE: Calculate the rotational kinetic energy in the motorcycle wheel (Fi...
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