 29.1CQ: Some distant galaxies are moving away from us at speeds greater tha...
 29.1P: • CE Predict/Explain You are in spaceship, traveling directly away ...
 29.2CQ: The speed of light in glass is less than c. Why is this not a viola...
 29.2P: • Albert is piloting his spaceship, heading east with a speed of 0....
 29.3CQ: How would velocities add if the speed of light were infinitely larg...
 29.3P: • CE A street performer tosses a ball straight up into the air (eve...
 29.4CQ: Describe some of the everyday consequences that would follow if the...
 29.4P: • ?E Predict/Explain A clock in a moving rocket is observed to run ...
 29.5CQ: When we view a distant galaxy, we notice that the light coming from...
 29.5P: • ?E Predict/Explain Suppose you are a traveling salesman for SSC, ...
 29.6CQ: According to the theory of relativity, the maximum speed for any pa...
 29.6P: • A neon sign in front of a café flashes on and off once every 4.1 ...
 29.7CQ: Give an argument that shows that ?n object of finite mass cannot be...
 29.7P: • A lighthouse sweeps its beam of light around in a circle once eve...
 29.8P: • Refer to Example 29–1. How much does Benny age if he travels to V...
 29.9P: • As a spaceship flies past with speed v, you observe that 1.0000 s...
 29.10P: • Donovan Bailey set a world record for the 100m dash on July 27, ...
 29.11P: • Find the average distance (in the Earth’s frame of reference) cov...
 29.12P: •• The Pi Meson An elementary particle called a pi meson (or pion f...
 29.13P: •• The ?– Particle The ?– is an exotic particle that has a lifetime...
 29.14P: •• IP (a) Is it possible for you to travel far enough and fast enou...
 29.15P: •• The radar antenna on a navy ship rotates with an angular speed o...
 29.16P: •• An observer moving toward Earth with a speed of 0.95c notices th...
 29.17P: •• IP An astronaut moving with a speed of 0.65c relative to Earth m...
 29.18P: •• BIO Newly sprouted sunflowers can grow at the rate of 0.30 in. p...
 29.19P: •• An astronaut travels to Mars with a speed of 8350 m/s. After a m...
 29.20P: •• As measured in Earth’s frame of reference, two planets are 424,0...
 29.21P: •• Captain JeanLuc is piloting the USS Enterprise XXIII at a const...
 29.22P: ••• IP A plane flies with a constant velocity of 222 m/s. The clock...
 29.23P: • CE Tf the universal speed of light in a vacuum were larger than 3...
 29.24P: • How fast does a 250m spaceship move relative to an observer who ...
 29.25P: • Suppose the speed of light in a vacuum were only 25.0 mi/h. Find ...
 29.26P: • A rectangular painting is 124 cm wide and 80.5 cm high, as indica...
 29.27P: • The Linac portion of the Fermilab Tevatron contains a highvacuum...
 29.28P: •• A cubical box is 0.75 m on a side, (a) What are the dimensions o...
 29.29P: •• When parked, your car is 5.0 m long. Unfortunately, your garage ...
 29.30P: •• An astronaut travels to a distant star with a speed of 0.55c rel...
 29.31P: •• IP Laboratory measurements show that an electron traveled 3.50 c...
 29.32P: •• You and a friend travel through space in identical spaceships. Y...
 29.33P: •• A ladder 5.0 m long leans against a wall inside a spaceship. Fro...
 29.34P: ••• When traveling past an observer with a relative speed v, a rock...
 29.35P: ••• IP The starships Picard and La Forge are traveling in the same ...
 29.36P: • A spaceship moving toward Earth with a speed of 0.90c launches a ...
 29.37P: • Suppose the probe in is launched in the opposite direction to the...
 29.38P: • A spaceship moving relative to an observer with a speed of 0.70c ...
 29.39P: • Suppose the speed of light is 35 mi/h. A paper girl riding a bicy...
 29.40P: •• Two asteroids head straight for Earth from the same direction. T...
 29.41P: •• Two rocket ships approach Earth from opposite directions, each w...
 29.42P: •• A spaceship and an asteroid are moving in the same direction awa...
 29.43P: •• An electron moves to the right in a laboratory accelerator with ...
 29.44P: ••IP Two rocket ships are racing toward Earth, as shown in Figure 2...
 29.45P: •• IP An inventor has proposed a device that will accelerate object...
 29.46P: • A 4.5 × 106kg spaceship moves away from Earth with a speed of 0....
 29.47P: • An asteroid with a mass of 8.2 × 1011 kg is observed to have a re...
 29.48P: •• An object has a relativistic momentum that is 7.5 times greater ...
 29.49P: •• A football player with a mass of 88 kg and a speed of 2.0 m/s co...
 29.50P: •• In the previous problem, suppose the speed of the second player ...
 29.51P: •• A space probe with a rest mass of 8.2 × 107 kg and a speed of 0....
 29.52P: •• At what speed does the classical momentum, p = mv, give an error...
 29.53P: •• A proton has 1836 times the rest mass of an electron. At what sp...
 29.54P: ?E Particles A through D have the following rest energies and total...
 29.55P: Find the work that must be done on a proton to accelerate it from r...
 29.56P: If a neutron moves with a speed of 0.99c, what are its (a) total en...
 29.57P: A spring with a force constant of 584 N/m is compressed a distance ...
 29.58P: When a certain capacitor is charged, its mass increases by 8.3 × 10...
 29.59P: What minimum energy must a gamma ray have to create an electronant...
 29.60P: When a proton encounters an antiproton, the two particles annihilat...
 29.61P: A rocket with a mass of 2.7 × 106 kg has a relativistic kinetic ene...
 29.62P: An object has a total energy that is 5.5 times its rest energy. Wha...
 29.63P: A nuclear power plant produces an average of 1.0 × 103 MW of power ...
 29.64P: A helium atom has a rest mass of mHe = 4.002603 u. When disassemble...
 29.65P: What is the percent difference between the classical kinetic energy...
 29.66P: A proton has 1836 times the rest mass of an electron. At what speed...
 29.67P: IP Consider a baseball with a rest mass of 0.145 kg. (a) How much w...
 29.68P: IP A particle has a kinetic energy equal to its rest energy, (a) Wh...
 29.69P: A lump of putty with a mass of 0.240 kg and a speed of 0.980c colli...
 29.70P: Find the radius to which the Sun must be compressed for it to becom...
 29.71P: The Black Hole in the Center of the Milky Way Recent measurements s...
 29.72GP: CE Two observers are moving relative to one another. Which of the f...
 29.73GP: CE You are standing next to a runway as an airplane kinds, (a) If y...
 29.74GP: CE Which clock runs slower relative to a clock on the North Pole: c...
 29.75GP: CE An apple drops from the bough of a tree to the ground. Is the ma...
 29.76GP: CE Predict/Explain Consider two apple pies that are identical in ev...
 29.77GP: CE Is the mass of a warm cup of tea greater than, less than, or the...
 29.78GP: CE Predict/Explain An uncharged capacitor is charged by moving some...
 29.79GP: Cosmic Rays Protons in cosmic rays have been observed with kinetic ...
 29.80GP: An apple falls from a tree, landing on the ground 3.7 m below. How ...
 29.81GP: What is the momentum of a proton with 1.50 × 103 MeV of kinetic ene...
 29.82GP: IP A container holding 2.00 moles of an ideal monatomic gas is heat...
 29.83GP: Al4C nucleus, initially at rest, emits a beta particle. The beta pa...
 29.84GP: A clock at rest has a rectangular shape, with a width of 24 cm and ...
 29.85GP: A starship moving toward Earth with a speed of 0.75c launches a shu...
 29.86GP: When a particle of charge q and momentum p enters a uniform magneti...
 29.87GP: IP A starship moving away from Earth with a speed of 0.75c launches...
 29.88GP: A 2.5m titanium rod in a moving spacecraft is at an angle of 45° w...
 29.89GP: Electrons are accelerated from rest through a potential difference ...
 29.90GP: IP In Conceptual Checkpoint 292 we considered an astronaut at rest...
 29.91GP: A small star of mass m orbits a supermassive black hole of mass M. ...
 29.92GP: IP Consider a “relativistic air track” on which two identical air c...
 29.93GP: IP In Conceptual Checkpoint 292 we considered an astronaut at rest...
 29.94GP: A pulsar is a collapsed, rotating star that sends out a narrow beam...
 29.95GP: Show that the total energy of an object is related to its momentum ...
 29.96GP: Show that if 0<v1<? and 02<? are two velocities pointing in the sam...
 29.97GP: Show that an object with momentum p and rest mass m0 has a speed gi...
 29.98GP: Decay of the ?? Particle When at rest, the ?? particle has a lifeti...
 29.99PP: Find the speed of an electron accelerated through a voltage of 25.0...
 29.100PP: When relativistic effects are included, do you expect the speed of ...
 29.101PP: Find the speed of the electrons in 99, this time using a correct re...
 29.102PP: Suppose the accelerating voltage in is increased by a factor of 10....
 29.103IP: Referring to Example 29?4 The Picard approaches star base Faraway ...
 29.104IP: Referring to Example 294 Faraway Point starbase launches a probe t...
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