 11.1CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.1P: To tighten a spark plug, it is recommended that a torque of 15 N · ...
 11.2CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.2P: The gardening tool shown in is used to pull weeds. If a 1.23N · m ...
 11.3CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.3P: A 1.61kg bowling trophy is held at arm's length, a distance of 0.6...
 11.4CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.4P: A person slowly lowers a 3.6kg crab trap over the side of a dock, ...
 11.5CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.5P: A person holds a 1, 42N baseball in his hand, a distance of 34.0 c...
 11.6CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.6P: At the local playground, a 16kg child sits on the end of a horizon...
 11.7CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.7P: Consider the pulleyblock systems shown in Conceptual Checkpoint 11...
 11.8CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.8P: Consider the pulleyblock systems shown in Conceptual Checkpoint 11...
 11.9CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.9P: Suppose a torque rotates your body about one of three different axe...
 11.10CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.10P: A torque of 0.97 N m is applied to a bicycle wheel of radius 35 cm ...
 11.11CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.11P: When a ceiling fan rotating with an angular speed of 2.75 rad/s is ...
 11.12CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.12P: When the play button is pressed, a CD accelerates uniformly from, r...
 11.13CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.13P: A person holds a ladder horizontally at its center. Treating the la...
 11.14CQ: Answers to oddnumbered Conceptual Questions can be found in the ba...
 11.14P: A wheel on a gameshow is given aninitiai angular speed of 1.22 rad/...
 11.15P: The Lshaped object in consists of three masses connected by light ...
 11.16P: The Lshaped object described in can be rotated in one of the follo...
 11.17P: A motorcycle accelerates from rest, and both the front and rear ti...
 11.18P: A torque of 13 N · m is applied to the rectangular object shown in....
 11.19P: A fish takes the bait and pulls on the line with a force of 2.2 N. ...
 11.20P: Repeat the previous problem, only now assume the reel has a frictio...
 11.21P: Suppose the person in Active Example 113 climbs higher on the ladd...
 11.22P: A string that passes over a pulley has a 0.321kg mass attached to ...
 11.23P: To loosen the lid on a jar of jam 8.9 cm in diameter, a torque of 8...
 11.24P: Consider the system in Active Example 111, this time with the axis...
 11.25P: Referring to the person holding a baseball in 5, suppose the biceps...
 11.26P: To determine the location of her center of mass, a physics student ...
 11.27P: Triceratops A set of fossilized triceratops footprints discovered i...
 11.28P: A schoolyard teetertotter with a total length of 5.2 m and a mass ...
 11.29P: A 0.122kg remote control 23.0 cm long rests on a table, as shown i...
 11.30P: A 0.16kg meter stick is held perpendicular to a vertical wall by a...
 11.31P: Repeat Example 114, this time with a uniform diving board that wei...
 11.32P: Babe Ruth steps to the plate and casually points to left center fie...
 11.33P: A uniform metal rod, with a mass of 3.7 kg and a length of 1.2 m, i...
 11.34P: In the previous problem, suppose the wire is shortened, so that the...
 11.35P: Repeat Active Example 113, this time with a uniform 7.2kg ladder ...
 11.36P: A rigid, vertical rod of negligible mass is connected to the floor ...
 11.37P: shows the forces acting on a sprinter's foot just before she takes ...
 11.38P: A stick with a mass of 0.214 kg and a length of 0.436 m rests in co...
 11.39P: A uniform crate with a mass of 16.2 kg rests on a floor with a coef...
 11.40P: In the previous problem, (a) what is the minimum height where the f...
 11.41P: A handheld shopping basket 62.0 cm long has a 1.81kg carton of mi...
 11.42P: If the cat in Active Example 112 has a mass of 2.8 kg, how close t...
 11.43P: A 0.34kg meterstick balances at its center. If a necklace is suspe...
 11.44P: Three identical, uniform books of length L are stacked one on top t...
 11.45P: A baseball bat balances 71.1 cm from one end. If a 0, 560kg glove ...
 11.46P: A 2.85kg bucket is attached to a diskshaped pulley of radius 0.12...
 11.47P: In the previous problem, (a) is the tension in the rope greater tha...
 11.48P: A child exerts a tangential 42.2N force on the rim of a diskshape...
 11.49P: You pull downward with a force of 28 N on a rope that passes over a...
 11.50P: Referring to the previous problem, find the linear acceleration of ...
 11.51P: A uniform meterstick of mass M has an empty paint can of mass m han...
 11.52P: Atwood's Machine An Atwood's machine consists of two masses, m\ and...
 11.53P: Calculate the angular momentum of the Earth about its own axis, due...
 11.54P: A 0.015kg record with a radius of!5 cm rotates with an angular spe...
 11.55P: Tn the previous problem, a 1.1g fly lands on the rim of the record...
 11.56P: Jogger 1 in has a mass of 65.3 kg and runs in a straight line with ...
 11.57P: Repeat the previous problem for the case of jogger 2, whose speed i...
 11.58P: Suppose jogger 3 in Figure 1133 has a mass of 62.2 kg and a speed ...
 11.59P: A torque of 0.12 N m is applied to an egg beater. (a) Tf the egg be...
 11.60P: 0.A windmill has an initial angular momentum of 8500 kg · m2 /s. Th...
 11.61P: Two gerbils run in place with a linear speed of 0.55 m/s on an exer...
 11.62P: A student rotates on a frictionless piano stool with his arms outst...
 11.63P: A puck on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to a strin...
 11.64P: A puck on a horizontal, frictionless surface is attached to a strin...
 11.65P: As an ice skater begins a spin, his angular speed is 3.17 rad/s. Af...
 11.66P: Calculate both the initial and the final kinetic energies of the sy...
 11.67P: A diver tucks her body in midnight, decreasing her moment of inerti...
 11.68P: In the previous problem, (a) does the diver's kinetic energy increa...
 11.69P: A diskshaped merrygoround of radius 2.63 m and mass 155 kg rotat...
 11.70P: In the previous problem, (a) does the kinetic energy of the system ...
 11.71P: A student sits at rest on a piano stool that can rotate without fri...
 11.72P: Referring to the previous problem, (a) does the kinetic energy of t...
 11.73P: A turntable with a moment of inertia of 5.4 × 10 ?3 kgm2 rotates fr...
 11.74P: A student on a piano stool rotates freely with an angular speed of ...
 11.75P: A child of mass m stands at rest near the rim of a stationary merry...
 11.76P: Two spheres of equal mass and radius are rolling across the floor w...
 11.77P: How much work must be done to accelerate a baton from rest to an an...
 11.78P: Turning a doorknob through. 0.25 of a revolution requires 0.14 J of...
 11.79P: A person exerts a tangential force of 36.1 N on the rim of a disks...
 11.80P: To prepare homemade ice cream, a crank must be turned with a torque...
 11.81P: A popular make of dental drill can operate at a speed of 42, 500 rp...
 11.82P: The Lshaped object in Figure 1124 consists of three masses connec...
 11.83P: The rectangular object in Figure 1125 consists of four masses conn...
 11.84P: A circular saw blade accelerates from rest to an angular speed of 3...
 11.85GP: A uniform disk stands upright on its edge, and rests on a sheet of ...
 11.86GP: Consider the two rotating systems shown in, the consisting of a mas...
 11.87GP: A disk and a hoop (bicycle wheel) of equal radius and mass the have...
 11.88GP: A beetle sits at the rim of a turntable that is at rest but is free...
 11.89GP: A beetle sits near the rim of a turntable that is rotating without ...
 11.90GP: Suppose the Earth were to magically expand, doubling its radius whi...
 11.91GP: After getting a drink of water, a hamster jumps onto an exercise wh...
 11.92GP: A 47.0kg uniform rod 4.25 m long is attached to a wall with a hing...
 11.93GP: A puck attached to a string moves in a circular path on a frictionl...
 11.94GP: The masseter muscle, the principal muscle for chewing, is one of th...
 11.95GP: You are designing exercise equipment to operate as shown in, where ...
 11.97GP: Paleontologists believe that Tyrannosaurus rex stood and walked wit...
 11.98GP: You hold a uniform, 28g pen horizontal with your thumb pushing dow...
 11.99GP: In Active Example 113, suppose the ladder is uniform, 4.0 m long, ...
 11.100GP: When you arrive at Duke's Dude Ranch, you are greeted by the large ...
 11.101GP: A 67, 0kg person stands on a lightweight diving board supported by...
 11.102GP: In Example 11–4, find and as a function of the distance, x, of the ...
 11.103GP: A woman might wear a pair of flat shoes to work during the day, as ...
 11.104GP: A young girl sits at the edge of a dock by the bay, dipping her fee...
 11.105GP: A crossing guard holds a STOP sign at arm's length, as shown in. He...
 11.106GP: To determine the force a person's triceps muscle can exert, a docto...
 11.107GP: Suppose a fourth book, the same as the other three, is added to the...
 11.108GP: Suppose partial melting of the polar ice caps increases the moment ...
 11.109GP: A bicycle wheel of radius R and mass M is at rest against a step of...
 11.110GP: A 0.101kg yoyo has an outer radius R that is 5.60 times greater t...
 11.111GP: In Problem, assume that the rod has a mass of M and that its bottom...
 11.112GP: In the previous problem, suppose the rod has a mass of 2.3 kg and t...
 11.113GP: A cylinder of mass m and radius r has a string wrapped around its c...
 11.114GP: Repeat the previous problem, replacing the cylinder with a solid sp...
 11.115GP: A mass M is attached to a rope that passes over a diskshaped pulle...
 11.116GP: Consider a system of four uniform bricks of length L stacked as sho...
 11.117PP: The two, solid straight lines to Figure 1150 (b) represent the. tw...
 11.118PP: What is the value of the torque that corresponds to one of the forc...
 11.119PP: Find the values of F 1y and F 2y required to give zero net torque.A...
 11.120PP: Find the values of F 1y and F 2y required to give a net torque of 0...
 11.121IP: Referring to Example 11 7. Suppose the mass of the pulley is doubl...
 11.122IP: Suppose the mass of the cart is doubled, to 0.62 kg, and that every...
 11.123IP: Referring to Active Example 115 Suppose the child runs with a diff...
 11.124IP: Suppose everything in the system is as described in Active Example ...
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