 4.1CQ: What is the acceleration of a projectile when it reaches its highes...
 4.1P: CE Predict/Explain As you walk briskly down the street, you toss a ...
 4.2CQ: A projectile is launched with an initial speed of v0 at an angle ? ...
 4.2P: A sailboat runs before the wind with a constant speed of 4.2 m/s in...
 4.3CQ: A projectile is launched from level ground. When it Sands, its dire...
 4.3P: As you walk to class with a constant speed of 1.75 m/s, you are mov...
 4.4CQ: In a game of baseball, a player hits a high fly ball to the outfiel...
 4.4P: Starting from rest, a car accelerates at 2.0 m/s2 up a hill that is...
 4.5CQ: A projectile is launched with an initial velocity of . What is the ...
 4.5P: IP A particle passes through the origin with a velocity of (6.2m/s)...
 4.6CQ: A projectile is launched from a level surface with an initial veloc...
 4.6P: An electron in a cathoderay tube is traveling horizontally at 2.10...
 4.7CQ: Do projectiles for which air resistance is non negligible, such as ...
 4.7P: Two canoeists start paddling at the same time and head toward a sma...
 4.8CQ: Two projectiles are launched from the same point at the same angle ...
 4.8P: CE Predict/Explain Two divers run horizontally off the edge of a lo...
 4.9CQ: A child rides on a pony walking with constant velocity. The boy lea...
 4.9P: CE Predict/Explain Two youngsters dive off an overhang into a lake....
 4.10CQ: Driving down the highway, you find yourself behind a heavily loaded...
 4.10P: An archer shoots an arrow horizontally at a target 15 m away. The a...
 4.11CQ: A projectile is launched from the origin of a coordinate system whe...
 4.11P: Victoria Falls The great, graygreen, greasy Zambezi River flows ov...
 4.12P: A diver runs horizontally off the end of a diving board with an ini...
 4.13P: An astronaut on the planet Zircon tosses a rock horizontally with a...
 4.14P: IP Pitcher's Mounds Pitcher's mounds are raised to compensate for t...
 4.15P: Playing shortstop, you pick up a ground ball and throw it to second...
 4.16P: IP A crow is flying horizontally with a constant speed of 2.70 m/s ...
 4.17P: A mountain climber jumps a 2.8mwide crevasse by leaping horizonta...
 4.18P: IP A whitecrowned sparrow flying horizontally with a speed of 1.80...
 4.19P: · Pumpkin Toss In Denver, children bring their old jackolanterns ...
 4.20P: If, in the previous problem, a jackolantern is given an initial h...
 4.21P: Fairgoers ride a Ferris wheel with a radius of 5.00 m (Figure 416)...
 4.22P: IP A swimmer runs horizontally off a diving board with a speed of 3...
 4.23P: Baseball and the Washington Monument On August 25, 1894, Chicago ca...
 4.24P: A basketball is thrown horizontally with an initial speed of 4.20 m...
 4.25P: IP A ball rolls off a table and falls 0.75 m to the floor, landing ...
 4.26P: CE A certain projectile is launched with an initial speed v0. At it...
 4.27P: CE Three projectiles (A, B, and C) are launched with the same initi...
 4.28P: CE Three projectiles (A, B, and C) are launched with different init...
 4.29P: A second baseman tosses the ball to the first baseman, who catches ...
 4.30P: Referring to the previous problem, what are the y component of the ...
 4.31P: A cork shoots out of a champagne bottle at an angle of 35.0° above ...
 4.32P: A soccer ball is kicked with a speed of 9.85 m/s at an angle of 35....
 4.33P: In a game of basketball, a forward makes a bounce pass to the cente...
 4.34P: Repeat the previous problem for a bounce pass in which the ball is ...
 4.35P: IP Snowballs are thrown with a speed of 13 m/s from a roof 7.0 m ab...
 4.36P: In the previous problem, find the direction of motion of the two sn...
 4.37P: A golfer gives a ball a maximum initial speed of 34.4 m/s. (a) What...
 4.38P: What is the highest tree the ball in the previous problem could cle...
 4.39P: The "hang time" of a punt is measured to be 4.50 s. If the ball was...
 4.40P: In a friendly game of handball, you hit the ball essentially at gro...
 4.41P: IP Tn the previous problem, (a) what are the magnitude and directio...
 4.42P: A passenger on the Ferris wheel described in drops his keys when he...
 4.43P: On a hot summer day, a young girl swings on a rope above the local ...
 4.44P: A certain projectile is launched with an initial speed v0. At its h...
 4.45P: Punkin Chunkin In Sussex County, Delaware, a postHalloween traditi...
 4.46P: A dolphin jumps with an initial velocity of 12.0 m/s at an angle of...
 4.47P: A player passes a basketball to another player who catches it at th...
 4.48P: A golf ball is struck with a five iron on level ground. It lands 92...
 4.49P: A Record Toss Babe Didrikson holds the world record for the longest...
 4.50P: In the photograph to the left on page 87, suppose the cart that lau...
 4.51P: · · CE Predict/Explain You throw a ball into the air with an initia...
 4.52P: IP Volcanoes on lo Astronomers have discovered several volcanoes on...
 4.53P: IP A soccer ball is kicked with an initial speed of 10.2 m/s in a d...
 4.54P: A second soccer ball is kicked with the same initial speed as in 53...
 4.55P: IP A golfer tees off on level ground, giving the ball an initial sp...
 4.56P: IP One of the most popular events at Highland games is the hay toss...
 4.57GP: CE Child 1 throws a snowball horizontally from the top of a roof; c...
 4.58GP: CE The penguin to the left in the accompanying photo is about to la...
 4.59GP: CE Predict/Explain A person flips a coin into the air and it lands ...
 4.60GP: CEPredict/Explain Suppose the elevator in the previous problem is r...
 4.61GP: A train moving with constant velocity travels 1.70 m north in 12 s ...
 4.62GP: Referring to Example 42, find (a) the x component and (b) the y co...
 4.63GP: A racket ball is struck in such a way that it leaves the racket wit...
 4.64GP: IP A hotair balloon rises from the ground with a velocity of (2.00...
 4.65GP: Repeat the previous problem, this time assuming that the balloon is...
 4.66GP: IP A soccer ball is kicked from the ground with an initial speed of...
 4.67GP: A particle leaves the origin with an initial velocity , and moves w...
 4.68GP: When the driedup seed pod of a scotch broom plant bursts open, it ...
 4.69GP: Referring to 68, a second seed shoots out from the pod with the sam...
 4.70GP: A shotputter throws the shot with an initial speed of 12.2 m/s fro...
 4.71GP: Pararescue Jumpers Coast Guard pararescue jumpers are framed to lea...
 4.72GP: A ball thrown straight upward returns to its original level in 2.75...
 4.73GP: IP To decide who pays for lunch, a passenger on a moving train toss...
 4.74GP: IP A cannon is placed at the bottom of a cliff 61.5 m high. If the ...
 4.75GP: Shot Put Record The men's world record for the shot put, 23.12 m, w...
 4.76GP: Referring to Conceptual Checkpoint 43, suppose the two snowballs a...
 4.77GP: IP A hockey puck just clears the 2.00mhigh boards on its way out ...
 4.78GP: Referring to Active Example 42, suppose the ball is punted from an...
 4.80GP: Collision Course A useful rule of thumb in boating is that if the h...
 4.81GP: As discussed in Example 47, the archcrfish hunts by dislodging an ...
 4.82GP: (a) What is the greatest horizontal distance from which the archerf...
 4.83GP: Find the launch angle for which the range and maximum height of a p...
 4.84GP: A mountain climber jumps a crevasse of width W by leaping horizonta...
 4.85GP: Prove that the landing speed of a projectile is independent of laun...
 4.86GP: Maximum Height and Range Prove that the maximum height of a project...
 4.87GP: Landing on a Different Level A projectile fired from y = 0 with ini...
 4.88GP: A mountain climber jumps a crevasse by leaping horizontally with sp...
 4.89GP: IP Referring to 73, suppose the initial velocity of the coin tossed...
 4.90GP: Projectiles: Coming or Going? Most projectiles continually move far...
 4.91PP: Figure 425 shows a rover with i ts surrounding cushion of air bags...
 4.92PP: How much time elapses between the first and second bounces?A. 1.38 ...
 4.93PP: How far does a rover travel in the horizontal direction between its...
 4.94PP: What is the average velocity of a rover between its first and secon...
 4.95IP: Referring to Example 45 (a) At what launch angle greater than 54.0...
 4.96IP: Referring to Example 45 Suppose that the golf ball is launched wit...
 4.97IP: Referring to Example 46 Suppose the ball is dropped at the horizon...
 4.98IP: IP Referring to Example 46 Suppose we change the dolphin's launch ...
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