 10.1: A cyclist rides a bicycle with a wheel radius of 0.500 macross camp...
 10.2: Consider an object on a rotating disk a distance r fromits center, ...
 10.3: A wheel is rotating about a fixed axis with constantangular acceler...
 10.4: A grindstone increases in angular speed from 4.00 rad/sto 12.00 rad...
 10.5: Suppose a cars standard tires are replaced with tires1.30 times lar...
 10.6: Figure OQ10.6 shows a system of four particles joinedby light, rigi...
 10.7: As shown in Figure OQ10.7, a cord is wrapped onto acylindrical reel...
 10.8: A constant net torque is exerted on an object. Whichof the followin...
 10.9: A basketball rolls across a classroom floor without slipping,with i...
 10.10: A toy airplane hangs from the ceiling at the bottomend of a string....
 10.11: A solid aluminum sphere of radius R has moment of inertiaI about an...
 10.12: If a small sphere of mass M were placed at the endof the rod in Fig...
 10.13: Three objects of uniform densitya solid sphere,a solid cylinder, an...
 10.14: Which of the entries in Table 10.2 applies to findingthe moment of ...
 10.15: Figure CQ10.15 shows a side view of a childs tricyclewith rubber ti...
 10.16: A person balances a meterstick in a horizontal positionon the exten...
 10.17: A discus thrower (Fig. P4.33, page 104) accelerates adiscus from re...
 10.18: Figure P10.18 shows the drive train of a bicycle thathas wheels 67....
 10.19: A wheel 2.00 m in diameter lies in a vertical plane androtates abou...
 10.20: A car accelerates uniformly from rest and reaches aspeed of 22.0 m/...
 10.21: A disk 8.00 cm in radius rotates at a constant rate of1 200 rev/min...
 10.22: A straight ladder is leaning against the wall of a house.The ladder...
 10.23: A car traveling on a flat (unbanked), circular trackaccelerates uni...
 10.24: A car traveling on a flat (unbanked), circular trackaccelerates uni...
 10.25: In a manufacturing process, a large, cylindrical rolleris used to f...
 10.26: Review. A small object with mass 4.00 kg moves counterclockwisewith...
 10.27: Find the net torque on the wheel in Figure P10.27 aboutthe axle thr...
 10.28: The fishing pole in Figure P10.28 makes an angle of20.0 with the ho...
 10.29: An electric motor turns a flywheel through a drive beltthat joins a...
 10.30: A grinding wheel is in the form of a uniform solid diskof radius 7....
 10.31: A 150kg merrygoround in the shape of a uniform,solid, horizontal...
 10.32: Review. A block of mass m1 5 2.00 kg and a block ofmass m2 5 6.00 k...
 10.33: A model airplane with mass 0.750 kg is tethered to theground by a w...
 10.34: A disk having moment of inertia 100 kg ? m2 is free torotate withou...
 10.35: The combination of an applied force and a frictionforce produces a ...
 10.36: Review. Consider the system shownin Figure P10.36 with m1 5 20.0 kg...
 10.37: A potters wheela thick stone disk of radius 0.500 mand mass 100 kgi...
 10.38: Imagine that you stand tall and turn about a verticalaxis through t...
 10.39: A uniform, thin, solid door has height 2.20 m, width0.870 m, and ma...
 10.40: Two balls with masses M and m are connected by arigid rod of length...
 10.41: Figure P10.41 shows a side view of a car tire before itis mounted o...
 10.42: Following the procedure used in Example 10.7, provethat the moment ...
 10.43: Three identical thin rods, eachof length L and mass m, arewelded pe...
 10.44: Rigid rods of negligible mass lying along the y axis connectthree p...
 10.45: The four particles in Figure P10.45 are connected byrigid rods of n...
 10.46: Many machines employ cams for various purposes,such as opening and ...
 10.47: A warwolf or trebuchet is a device used during the MiddleAges to t...
 10.48: A horizontal 800N merrygoround is a solid disk ofradius 1.50 m a...
 10.49: Big Ben, the nickname for the clock in Elizabeth Tower(named after ...
 10.50: Consider two objects with m1 .m2 connected by a light stringthat pa...
 10.51: The top in Figure P10.51 has a moment of inertia of4.00 3 1024 kg ?...
 10.52: Why is the following situationimpossible? In a large city with an a...
 10.53: In Figure P10.53, the hanging object has a mass of m1 50.420 kg; th...
 10.54: Review. A thin, cylindricalrod , 5 24.0 cm longwith mass m 5 1.20 k...
 10.55: Review. An object with a mass of m 5 5.10 kg isattached to the free...
 10.56: This problem describes oneexperimental method for determiningthe mo...
 10.57: A uniform solid disk ofradius R and mass M is freeto rotate on a fr...
 10.58: The head of a grass string trimmer has 100 g of cordwound in a ligh...
 10.59: A cylinder of mass 10.0 kg rolls without slipping on ahorizontal su...
 10.60: A solid sphere is released from height h from the topof an incline ...
 10.61: (a) Determine the acceleration of the center of massof a uniform so...
 10.62: A smooth cube of mass m and edge length r slides withspeed v on a h...
 10.63: A uniform solid disk and a uniform hoop are placedside by side at t...
 10.64: A tennis ball is a hollow sphere with a thin wall. It is setrolling...
 10.65: A metal can containing condensed mushroom souphas mass 215 g, heigh...
 10.66: As shown in Figure 10.13 on page 306, toppling chimneysoften break ...
 10.67: Review. A 4.00m length of light nylon cord is woundaround a unifor...
 10.68: An elevator system in a tall building consists of a800kg car and a...
 10.69: A shaft is turning at 65.0 rad/s at time t 5 0. Thereafter,its angu...
 10.70: A shaft is turning at angular speed v at time t 5 0.Thereafter, its...
 10.71: Review. A mixing beater consists of three thin rods,each 10.0 cm lo...
 10.72: The hour hand and the minute hand of Big Ben, theElizabeth Tower cl...
 10.73: A long, uniform rod of length L and mass M is pivotedabout a fricti...
 10.74: A bicycle is turned upside down while its owner repairsa flat tire ...
 10.75: A bicycle is turned upside down while its owner repairsa flat tire ...
 10.76: (a) What is the rotational kinetic energy of the Earthabout its spi...
 10.77: Review. As shown in Figure P10.77, two blocks are connectedby a str...
 10.78: Review. A string is wound around auniform disk of radius R and mass...
 10.79: The reel shown in Figure P10.79 has radius R andmoment of inertia I...
 10.80: A common demonstration, illustrated in Figure P10.80,consists of a ...
 10.81: A uniform solid sphere of radius r is placed on theinside surface o...
 10.82: Review. A spool of wire of mass M and radius R isunwound under a co...
 10.83: A solid sphere of mass m and radius r rolls without slippingalong t...
 10.84: A thin rod of mass 0.630 kg and length 1.24 m is atrest, hanging ve...
 10.85: A thin rod of length h and mass M is held verticallywith its lower ...
 10.86: Review. A clown balances a small spherical grape atthe top of his b...
 10.87: A plank with a mass M 5 6.00 kg rests on top of twoidentical, solid...
 10.88: As a gasoline engine operates, a flywheel turning withthe crankshaf...
 10.89: As a result of friction, the angular speed of a wheelchanges with t...
 10.90: To find the total angular displacement during theplaying time of th...
 10.91: A spool of thread consists of a cylinder of radius R1 withend caps ...
 10.92: A cord is wrapped around a pulley that is shaped likea disk of mass...
 10.93: A merrygoround is stationary. A dog is runningaround the merrygo...
 10.94: A uniform, hollow, cylindricalspool has insideradius R/2, outside r...
Solutions for Chapter 10: Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis
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