 10.1CQ: A rigid object rotates about a fixed axis. Do all points on the obj...
 10.1P: The following angles are given in degrees. Convert them to radians:...
 10.2CQ: Can you drive your car in such a way that your tangential accelerat...
 10.2P: The following angles are given in radians. Convert them to degrees:...
 10.3CQ: Can you drive your car in such a way that your tangential accelerat...
 10.3P: Find the angular speed of (a) the minute hand and (b) the hour hand...
 10.4CQ: The fact that the Earth rotates gives people in New York a linear s...
 10.4P: Express the angular velocity of the second hand on a clock in trie ...
 10.5CQ: At the local carnival you and a friend decide to take a ride on the...
 10.5P: Rank the following in order of increasing angular speed: an automob...
 10.6CQ: Why should changing the axis of rotation of an object change its mo...
 10.6P: A spot of paint on a bicycle tire moves in a circular path of radiu...
 10.7CQ: Give a common, everyday example for each of the following: (a) An o...
 10.7P: What is the angular speed (in rev/min) of the Earth as it orbits ab...
 10.8CQ: Two spheres have identical radii and masses. How might you tell whi...
 10.8P: Find the angular speed of the Earth as it spins about its axis. Giv...
 10.9CQ: At the grocery store you pick up a can of beef broth and a can of c...
 10.9P: The Crab Nebula One of the most studied objects in the night sky is...
 10.10CQ: Suppose we change the race shown in Conceptual Checkpoint 104 so t...
 10.10P: A 3.5inch floppy disk in a computer rotates with a period of 2.00 ...
 10.11P: The angle an airplane propeller makes with the horizontal as a func...
 10.12P: An object at rest begins to rotate with a constant angular accelera...
 10.13P: An object at rest begins to rotate with a constant angular accelera...
 10.14P: In Active Example, how long does it take before the angular velocit...
 10.15P: In Example, through what angle has the wheel turned when its angula...
 10.16P: The angular speed of a propeller on a boat increases with constant ...
 10.17P: The angular speed of a propeller on a boat increases with constant ...
 10.18P: After fixing a flat tire on a bicycle you give the wheel a spin. (a...
 10.19P: A ceiling fan is rotating at 0.96 rev/s. When turned off, it slows ...
 10.20P: A discus thrower starts from rest and begins to rotate with a const...
 10.21P: At 3:00 the hour hand and the minute hand of a clock point in direc...
 10.22P: A centrifuge is a common laboratory instrument that separates compo...
 10.23P: The Earth's rate of rotation is constantly decreasing, causing the ...
 10.24P: A compact disk (CD) speeds up uniformly from rest to 310 rpm in 3.3...
 10.25P: When a carpenter shuts off his circular saw, the 10.0inchdiameter...
 10.26P: The drill used by most dentists today is powered by a small air tur...
 10.27P: Two children, Jason and Betsy, ride on the same merrygoround. Jas...
 10.28P: Referring to the previous problem, what are (a) the ratio of Jason'...
 10.29P: The world's tallest building is the Taipei 101 Tower in Taiwan, whi...
 10.30P: The hour hand on a certain clock is 8.2 cm long, Find the tangentia...
 10.31P: Two children ride on the merrygoround shown in Conceptual Checkpo...
 10.32P: The outer edge of a rotating Frisbee with a diameter of 29 cm has a...
 10.33P: A carousel at the local carnival rotates once every 45 seconds. (a)...
 10.34P: Jeff of the Jungle swings on a vine that is 7.20 m long (Figure 10...
 10.35P: Suppose, in 34, that at some point in his swing Jeff of the Jungle ...
 10.36P: A compact disk, which has a diameter of 12.0 cm, speeds up uniforml...
 10.37P: When a compact disk with a 12.0cm diameter is rotating at 5.05 rad...
 10.38P: As Tony the fisherman reels in a "big one, " he turns the spool on ...
 10.39P: A Ferris wheel with a radius of 9.5 m rotates a constant rate, comp...
 10.40P: Suppose the Ferris wheel in the previous problem begins to decelera...
 10.41P: A person swings a 0.52kg tether ball tied to a 4.5m rope in an ap...
 10.42P: To polish a filling, a dentist attaches a sanding disk with a radiu...
 10.43P: In the previous problem, suppose the disk has an angular accelerati...
 10.44P: The Bohr model of the hydrogen atom pictures the electron as a tiny...
 10.45P: A wheel of radius R starts from rest and accelerates with a constan...
 10.46P: As you drive down the highway, the top of your tires are moving wit...
 10.47P: The tires on a car have a radius of 31 cm. What is the angular spee...
 10.48P: A child pedals a tricycle, giving the driving wheel an angular spee...
 10.49P: A soccer ball, which has a circumference of 70.0 cm, rolls 14.0 yar...
 10.50P: As you drive down the road at 17 m/s, you press on the gas pedal an...
 10.51P: A bicycle coasts downhill and accelerates from rest to a linear spe...
 10.52P: The minute and hour hands of a clock have a common axis of rotation...
 10.53P: Tons of dust and small particles rain down onto the Earth from spac...
 10.54P: Suppose a bicycle wheel is rotated about an axis through its rim an...
 10.55P: The moment of inertia of a 0.98kg bicycle wheel rotating about its...
 10.56P: What is the kinetic energy of the grindstone in Example 104 if it ...
 10.57P: An electric fan spinning with an angular speed of 13 rad/s has a ki...
 10.58P: Repeat Example 105 for the case of a rolling hoop of the same mass...
 10.59P: The Lshaped object in Figure 1021 can be rotated in one of the fo...
 10.60P: A 12g CD with a radius of 6.0 cm rotates with an angular speed of ...
 10.61P: When a pitcher throws a curve ball, the ball is given a fairly rapi...
 10.62P: A basketball rolls along the floor with a constant linear speed v. ...
 10.63P: Find the rate at which the rotational kinetic energy of the Earth i...
 10.64P: A lawn mower has a flat, rodshaped steel blade that rotates about ...
 10.65P: Consider the physical situation shown in Conceptual Checkpoint 105...
 10.66P: Suppose the block in Example 106 has a mass of 2.1 kg and an initi...
 10.67P: Through what height must the yoyo in Active Example 103 fall for ...
 10.68P: Suppose we change the race shown in Conceptual Checkpoint 104 to a...
 10.69P: Calculate the speeds of (a) the disk and (b) the hoop at the bottom...
 10.70P: The two masses (m 1 = 5.0 kg and m2 = 3.0 kg) in the Atwood's machi...
 10.71P: In Conceptual Checkpoint 105, assume the ball is a solid sphere of...
 10.72P: After you pick up a spare, your bowling ball rolls without slipping...
 10.73P: A 1.3kg block is tied to a string that is wrapped around the rim o...
 10.74P: After doing some exercises on the floor, you are lying on your back...
 10.75P: A 2.0kg solid cylinder (radius = 0.10 m, length = 0.50 m) is relea...
 10.76P: A 2.5kg solid sphere (radius = 0.10 m) is released from rest at th...
 10.77GP: When you stand on the observation deck of the Empire State Building...
 10.78GP: One way to tell whether an egg is raw or hard boiled?without cracki...
 10.79GP: When the Hoover Dam was completed and the reservoir behind it fille...
 10.80GP: In Quito, Ecuador, near the equator, you weigh about half a pound l...
 10.81GP: A diver completes somersaults during a 2.3s dive. What was the div...
 10.82GP: What linear speed must a 0.065kg hula hoop have if its total kinet...
 10.83GP: A pilot performing a horizontal turn will lose consciousness if she...
 10.84GP: Place two quarters on a table with their rims touching, as shown in...
 10.85GP: The object shown in can be rotated in three different ways: case 1,...
 10.86GP: The accompanying doubleexposure photograph illustrates a method fo...
 10.87GP: Referring to the previous problem, (a) estimate the linear speed of...
 10.88GP: A mathematically inclined friend emails you the following instructi...
 10.89GP: A diver runs horizontally off the end of a diving tower 3.0 m above...
 10.90GP: A potter's wheel of radius 6.8 cm rotates with a period of 0.52 s. ...
 10.91GP: The record in an oldfashioned record player always rotates at the ...
 10.92GP: Pigeons arc bred to display a number of interesting characteristics...
 10.93GP: As a marble with a diameter of 1.6 cm roils down an incline, its ce...
 10.94GP: A rubber ball with a radius of 3.2 cm rolls along the horizontal su...
 10.95GP: A college campus features a large fountain surrounded by a circular...
 10.96GP: A yoyo moves downward until it rthees the end of its string, where...
 10.97GP: (a) An automobile with tires of radius 32 cm accelerates from 0 to ...
 10.98GP: In 75 and 76 we considered a cylinder and a solid sphere, respectiv...
 10.99GP: A centrifuge ( 22) with an angular speed of 6050 rpm produces a max...
 10.100GP: Yomega ("The yoyo with a brain") is constructed with a clever clut...
 10.101GP: The rotor in a centrifuge has an initial angular speed of 430 rad/s...
 10.102GP: A honey bee has two pairs of wings that can beat 250 times a second...
 10.103GP: The Sun, with Earth in tow, orbits about the center of the Milky Wa...
 10.104GP: A person walks into a room and switches on the ceiling fan. The fan...
 10.105GP: When astronauts return from prolonged space flights, they often suf...
 10.106GP: The pulsar in the Crab nebula ( 9) was created by a supernova explo...
 10.107GP: A thin, uniform rod of length L and mass M is pivoted about one end...
 10.108GP: Center of Percussion In the previous problem, suppose a small metal...
 10.109GP: A wooden plank rests on two soup cans laid on their sides. Each can...
 10.110GP: A person rides on a 12mdiameter Ferris wheel that rotates at the ...
 10.111GP: A solid sphere with a diameter of 0.17 m is released from rest; it ...
 10.112PP: Rank the four curves shown in Figure 1031 in order of increasing r...
 10.113PP: What angular speed (in rpm) must the platform in this test model ha...
 10.114PP: Which of the curves shown in Figure 1031 corresponds to the test m...
 10.115PP: Estimate the radius corresponding to curve 4 in Figure 1031.A. 0.0...
 10.116IP: Suppose we race a disk and a hollow spherical, shell, like a basket...
 10.117IP: Consider a race between the following three objects: object 1, a di...
 10.118IP: (a) Suppose the radius of the axle the string wraps around is incre...
 10.119IP: Suppose we use a new yoyo that has the same mass as the original y...
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