 2.1CQ: You and your dog go for a walk to a nearby park. On the way, your d...
 2.1P: Referring to Figure, you walk from your home to the library, then t...
 2.15CQ: A batter hits a pop fly straight up. (a) Is the acceleration of the...
 2.2CQ: Does an odometer in a car measure distance or displacement? Explain.
 2.2P: The two tennis players shown in Figure walk to the net to congratul...
 2.3CQ: Can you drive your car in such a way that the distance it covers is...
 2.3P: The golfer in Figure sinks the ball in two putts, as shown. What ar...
 2.4CQ: Art astronaut orbits Earth in the space shuttle. In one complete or...
 2.4P: In Figure 220, you walk from the park to your friend's house, then...
 2.5CQ: After a tennis match the players dash to the net to congratulate on...
 2.5P: A jogger runs on the track shown in Figure 223, Neglecting the cur...
 2.6CQ: Does a speedometer measure speed or velocity? Explain.
 2.6P: IP A child rides a pony on a circular track whose radius is 4.5 m. ...
 2.7CQ: Is it possible for a car to circle a race track with constant veloc...
 2.7P: CE Predict/Explain You drive your car in a straight line at 15 m/s ...
 2.8CQ: Friends tell you that on a recent trip their average velocity was +...
 2.8P: CE Predict/Explain You drive your car in a Straight line at 15 m/s ...
 2.9CQ: For what kind of motion are the instantaneous and average velocitie...
 2.9P: Joseph DeLoach of the United States set an Olympic record in 1988 f...
 2.10CQ: If the position of an object is zero, does its speed have to be zer...
 2.10P: In 1992 Zhuang Yong of China set a women's Olympic record in the 10...
 2.11CQ: Assume that the brakes in your car create a constant deceleration, ...
 2.11P: BIO Kangaroos have been clocked at speeds of 65 km/h.(a) How far ca...
 2.12CQ: The velocity of an object is zero at a given instant of time, (a) I...
 2.12P: Rubber Ducks A severe storm on January 10,1992, caused a cargo ship...
 2.13CQ: If the velocity of an object is nonzero, can its acceleration be ze...
 2.13P: Radio waves travel at the speed of light, approximately 186,000 mil...
 2.14CQ: Is it possible for an object to have zero average velocity over a g...
 2.14P: It was a dark and stormy night, when suddenly you saw a flash of li...
 2.15P: BIO Nerve Impulses The human nervous system can propagate nerve imp...
 2.16CQ: A person on a trampoline bounces straight upward with an initial sp...
 2.16P: Estimate how fast your hair grows in miles per hour.
 2.17CQ: After winning a baseball game, one player drops a glove, while anot...
 2.17P: A finch rides on the back of a Galapagos tortoise, which walks at t...
 2.18CQ: A volcano shoots a lava bomb straight upward. Does the displacement...
 2.18P: You jog at 9.5 km/h for 8.0 km, then you jump into a car and drive ...
 2.19P: A dog runs back and forth between its two owners, who are walking t...
 2.20P: IP You drive in a straight line at 20.0 m/s for 10.0 minutes, then ...
 2.21P: In heavy rushhour traffic you drive in a straight line at 12m/s fo...
 2.22P: IP You drive in a straight line at 20.0 m/s for 10.0 miles, then at...
 2.23P: IP An expectant father paces back and forth, producing the position...
 2.24P: The position of a particle as a function of time is given by x = (...
 2.25P: The position of a particle as a function of time is given by x = (6...
 2.26P: IP A tennis player moves back and forth along the baseline while wa...
 2.27P: On your wedding day you leave for the church 30.0 minutes before th...
 2.28P: CE The positionversustime plot of a boat positioning itself next ...
 2.29P: The position of a particle as a function of time is given by x = (2...
 2.30P: The position of a particle as a function of time is given by x = (...
 2.31P: CE Predict/Explain Two bows shoot identical arrows with the same la...
 2.32P: A 747 airliner reaches its takeoff speed of 173 mi/h in 35.2 s. Wha...
 2.33P: At the starling gun, a runner accelerates at 1.9 m/s2 for 5.2 s. Th...
 2.34P: A jet makes a landing traveling due east with a speed of 115 m/s. I...
 2.35P: A car is traveling due north at 18.1 m/s. Find the velocity of the ...
 2.36P: A motorcycle moves according to the velocityversustime graph show...
 2.37P: A person on horseback moves according to the velocityversustime g...
 2.38P: Running with an initial velocity of +11 m/s, a horse has an average...
 2.39P: IP Assume that the brakes in your car create a constant deceleratio...
 2.40P: IP In the previous problem, (a) does the distance needed to stop in...
 2.41P: As a train accelerates away from a station, it reaches a speed of 4...
 2.42P: A particle has an acceleration of +6.24 m/s2 for 0.300 s. At the en...
 2.43P: Landing with a speed of 81.9 m/s, and traveling due south, a jet co...
 2.44P: When you see a traffic light turn red, you apply the brakes until y...
 2.45P: A ball is released at the point x = 2 m on an inclined plane with a...
 2.46P: Suppose the car in comes to rest in 35 m. How much time does this t...
 2.47P: Starting from rest, a boat increases its speed to 4.12 m/s with con...
 2.48P: IP BIO A cheetah can accelerate from rest to 25.0 m/s in 6.22 s. As...
 2.49P: A child slides down a hill on a toboggan with an acceleration of 1....
 2.50P: The Detonator On a ride called the Detonator at Worlds of Fun in Ka...
 2.51P: Air Bags Air bags are designed to deploy in 10 ms. Estimate the acc...
 2.52P: Jules Verne In his novel From the Earth to the Moon (1866), Jules V...
 2.53P: BIO Bacterial Motion Approximately 0,1% of the bacteria in an adult...
 2.54P: Two cars drive on a straight highway. At time t = 0, car 1 passes m...
 2.55P: A Meteorite Strikes On October 9, 1992, a 27pound meteorite struck...
 2.56P: A rocket blasts off and moves straight upward from the launch pad w...
 2.57P: IP You are driving through town at 12.0 m/s when suddenly a ball ro...
 2.58P: IP You are driving through town at 16 m/s when suddenly a car backs...
 2.59P: IP BIO A Tongue's Acceleration When a chameleon captures an insect,...
 2.60P: IP Coasting due west on your bicycle at 8.4 m/s, you encounter a sa...
 2.61P: BIO Surviving a Large Deceleration On July 13, 1977, while on a tes...
 2.62P: IP A boat is cruising in a straight line at a constant speed of 2.6...
 2.63P: A model rocket rises with constant acceleration to a height of 3.2 ...
 2.64P: The infamous chicken is dashing toward home plate with a speed of 5...
 2.65P: A bicyclist is finishing his repair of a flat tire when a friend ri...
 2.66P: A car in stopandgo traffic starts at rest, moves forward 13 m in ...
 2.67P: A car and a a truck are heading directly toward one another on a st...
 2.68P: In a physics lab, students measure the time it takes a small cart t...
 2.69P: CE At the edge of a roof you throw ball an initial speed u0;a momen...
 2.70P: Legend has it that Isaac Newton was hit on the head by a falling ap...
 2.71P: The cartoon shows a car in free fall. Is the statement made in the ...
 2.72P: Referring to the cartoon in 71, how long would it take For the car ...
 2.73P: Jordan's Jump Michael Jordan's vertical leap is reported to be 48 i...
 2.74P: BIO Gulls are often observed dropping clams and other shellfish fro...
 2.75P: A Volcano launches a lava bomb straight upward with an initial spee...
 2.76P: An Extraterrestrial Volcano The first active volcano observed outsi...
 2.77P: BIO Measure Your Reaction Time Here's something you can try at home...
 2.78P: A carpenter on the roof of a building accidently dropped her hammer...
 2.79P: CE Predict/Explain Figure 33 shows a uversust plot for the hammer...
 2.80P: CE A ball is thrown straight upward with an initial speed u0. When ...
 2.81P: Bill steps off a 3.0mhigh diving board and drops to the water bel...
 2.82P: Repeat the previous problem, this time with the origin. 3.0 m above...
 2.83P: On a hot summer day in the state of Washington while kayaking, I sa...
 2.84P: Highest Water Fountain The world's highest fountain of water is loc...
 2.85P: Wrongly called for a foul, an angry basketball player throws the ba...
 2.86P: To celebrate a victory, a pitcher throws her glove straight upward ...
 2.87P: IP Standing at the edge of a cliff 32.5 m high, you drop a ball. La...
 2.88P: You shoot an arrow into the air. Two seconds later (2.00 s) the arr...
 2.89P: While riding on an elevator descending with a constant speed of 3.0...
 2.90P: A hotair balloon is descending at a rate of 2.0 m/s when a passeng...
 2.91P: IP Standing side by side, you and a friend step off a bridge at dif...
 2.92P: A model rocket blasts off and moves upward with an acceleration of ...
 2.93P: Hitting the "High Striker" A young woman at a carnival steps up to ...
 2.94P: While sitting on a tree branch 10.0 m above the ground, you drop a ...
 2.95GP: In a wellknown Jules Verne novel, Phileas Fogg travels around the ...
 2.96GP: An astronaut on the Moon drops a rock straight downward from a heig...
 2.97GP: You jump from the top of a boulder to the ground 1.5 m below. Estim...
 2.98GP: A Supersonic Waterfall Geologists have learned of periods in the pa...
 2.99GP: CE At the edge of a roof you drop ball A from rest, and then throw ...
 2.100GP: Suppose the two balls described in are released at the same time, w...
 2.101GP: Astronauts on a distant planet throw a rock straight upward and rec...
 2.102GP: Drop Tower NASA operates a 2.2second drop tower at the Glenn Resea...
 2.103GP: A youngster bounces straight up and down on a trampoline. Suppose s...
 2.104GP: At the 18th green of the U.S. Open you need to make a 20.5ft putt ...
 2.105GP: A popular entertainment at some carnivals is the blanket toss (see ...
 2.106GP: Referring to Conceptual Checkpoint 25, find the separation between...
 2.107GP: A glaucouswinged gull, ascending straight upward at 5.20 m/s, Tops...
 2.108GP: A doctor, preparing to give a patient an injection, squirts a small...
 2.109GP: A hotair balloon has just lifted off and is rising at the constant...
 2.110GP: In the previous problem, what is the minimum initial speed of the c...
 2.111GP: Old Faithful Watching Old Faithful erupt, you notice that it takes ...
 2.112GP: A ball is thrown upward with an initial speed ?0. When it reaches t...
 2.113GP: Weights are tied to each end of a 20.0cm string. You hold one weig...
 2.114GP: A ball, dropped from rest, covers threequarters of the distance to...
 2.115GP: A stalactite on the roof of a cave drips water at a steady rate to ...
 2.116GP: You drop a ski glove from a height h onto fresh snow, and it sinks ...
 2.117GP: To find the height of an overhead power line, you throw a ball stra...
 2.118GP: Suppose the first rock in Conceptual Checkpoint 2–5 drops through a...
 2.119GP: An arrow is fired with a speed of 20.0 m/s at a block of Styrofoam ...
 2.120GP: Sitting in a secondstory apartment, a physicist notices a ball mov...
 2.121GP: The Quadratic Formula from Kinematics In this problem we show how t...
 2.122PP: Bam!—Apollo 15 Lands on the MoonThe first word spoken on the surfac...
 2.123PP: Bam!—Apollo 15 Lands on the MoonThe first word spoken on the surfac...
 2.124PP: Bam!—Apollo 15 Lands on the MoonThe first word spoken on the surfac...
 2.125PP: Bam!—Apollo 15 Lands on the MoonThe first word spoken on the surfac...
 2.126IP: Referring to Example 29 Suppose the speeder (red car) is traveling...
 2.127IP: Referring to Example 29 The speeder passes the position of the pol...
 2.128IP: IP Referring to Example 212 (a) In Example 212, the bag of sand i...
 2.129IP: Referring to Example 212 Suppose the balloon is descending with a ...
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