 7.1: Alex and John are loading identical cabinets ontoa truck. Alex lift...
 7.2: If the net work done by external forces on a particle iszero, which...
 7.3: A worker pushes a wheelbarrow with a horizontalforce of 50 N on lev...
 7.4: A cart is set rolling across a level table, at the samespeed on eve...
 7.5: Let N^ represent the direction horizontally north,NE represent nort...
 7.6: Is the work required to be done by an external forceon an object on...
 7.7: A block of mass m is dropped from the fourth floor ofan office buil...
 7.8: As a simple pendulum swings back and forth, theforces acting on the...
 7.9: Bullet 2 has twice the mass of bullet 1. Both are fired sothat they...
 7.10: Figure OQ7.10 shows a light extended spring exertinga force Fs to t...
 7.11: If the speed of a particle is doubled, what happens toits kinetic e...
 7.12: Mark and David are loading identical cement blocksonto Davids picku...
 7.13: (i) Rank the gravitational accelerations you would measurefor the f...
 7.14: A certain spring that obeys Hookes law is stretchedby an external a...
 7.15: A cart is set rolling across a level table, at the samespeed on eve...
 7.16: An ice cube has been given a push and slides withoutfriction on a l...
 7.17: When a 4.00kg object is hung vertically on a certainlight spring t...
 7.18: Hookes law describes a certain light spring ofunstretched length 35...
 7.19: An archer pulls her bowstring back 0.400 m by exertinga force that ...
 7.20: A light spring with spring constant 1 200 N/m is hungfrom an elevat...
 7.21: A light spring with spring constant k1 is hung from anelevated supp...
 7.22: Express the units of the force constant of a spring in SIfundamenta...
 7.23: A cafeteria tray dispenser supports a stack of trays ona shelf that...
 7.24: A light spring with force constant 3.85 N/m is compressedby 8.00 cm...
 7.25: A small particle of massm is pulled to the topof a frictionless hal...
 7.26: The force acting on a particle is Fx 5 (8x 2 16), whereF is in newt...
 7.27: When different loads hang on a spring, the springstretches to diffe...
 7.28: A 100g bullet is fired from a rifle having a barrel0.600 m long. C...
 7.29: A force FS5 14x i^ 1 3y j^ 2, where FSis in newtons andx and y are ...
 7.30: Review. The graph inFigure P7.30 specifies afunctional relationship...
 7.31: A 3.00kg object has a velocity 16.00 i^ 2 2.00 j^ 2 m/s.(a) What i...
 7.32: A worker pushing a 35.0kg wooden crate at a constantspeed for 12.0...
 7.33: A 0.600kg particle has a speed of 2.00 m/s at point Aand kinetic e...
 7.34: A 4.00kg particle is subject to a net force that varieswith positi...
 7.35: A 2 100kg pile driver is used to drive a steel Ibeam intothe grou...
 7.36: Review. In an electron microscope, there is an electrongun that con...
 7.37: Review. You can think of the workkinetic energy theoremas a second ...
 7.38: Review. A 7.80g bullet moving at 575 m/s strikes thehand of a supe...
 7.39: Review. A 5.75kg object passes through the originat time t 5 0 suc...
 7.40: A 1 000kg roller coaster car is initially at the top of arise, at ...
 7.41: A 0.20kg stone is held 1.3 m above the top edge of awater well and...
 7.42: A 400N child is in a swing that is attached to a pairof ropes 2.00...
 7.43: A 4.00kg particle movesfrom the origin to positionC, having coordi...
 7.44: (a) Suppose a constant force acts on an object. Theforce does not v...
 7.45: A force acting on a particle moving in the xy plane isgiven by FS5 ...
 7.46: An object moves in the xy plane in Figure P7.43 andexperiences a fr...
 7.47: The potential energy of a system of two particles separatedby a dis...
 7.48: Why is the following situation impossible? A librarian lifts abook ...
 7.49: A potential energy function for a system in which atwodimensional ...
 7.50: A single conservative force acting on a particle within asystem var...
 7.51: A single conservative force acts on a 5.00kg particlewithin a syst...
 7.52: For the potentialenergy curve shownin Figure P7.52,(a) determine wh...
 7.53: A right circular cone can theoretically be balanced on ahorizontal ...
 7.54: The potential energy function for a system of particlesis given by ...
 7.55: Review. A baseball outfielder throws a 0.150kg baseballat a speed ...
 7.56: A particle moves along the x axis from x 5 12.8 m tox 5 23.7 m unde...
 7.57: Two identical steel balls, each of diameter 25.4 mmand moving in op...
 7.58: When an object is displaced by an amount x from stableequilibrium, ...
 7.59: A 6 000kg freight car rolls along rails with negligiblefriction. T...
 7.60: Why is the following situation impossible? In a new casino,a supers...
 7.61: Review. Two constantforces act on an object of massm 5 5.00 kg movi...
 7.62: The spring constant of an automotive suspensionspring increases wit...
 7.63: An inclined plane ofangle u 5 20.08 has aspring of force constantk ...
 7.64: An inclined plane of angle u has a spring of forceconstant k fasten...
 7.65: (a) Take U 5 5 for a system with a particle at position x 50 and ca...
 7.66: A particle of mass m 5 1.18 kg is attached betweentwo identical spr...
 7.67: Review. A light springhas unstressed length15.5 cm. It is described...
Solutions for Chapter 7: Energy of a System
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