 4.36P: A particle starts from rest at m and moves in the xyplane with the...
 4.37P: A spaceship maneuvering near Planet Zeta is located at km, relative...
 4.38P: A projectile’s horizontal range on level ground is . At what launch...
 4.69P: A Ferris wheel of radius R speeds up with angular acceleration ? st...
 4.70P: A 6.0cmdiameter gear rotates with angular velocity rad/s, where /...
 4.71P: On a lonely highway, with no other cars in sight, you decide to mea...
 4.39P: a. A projectile is launched with speed v0 and angle ?. Derive an ex...
 4.40P: A gray kangaroo can bound across level ground with each jump carryi...
 4.41P: A projectile is fired with an initial speed of 30 m/s at an angle o...
 4.72P: A car starts from rest on a curve with a radius of 120 m and accele...
 4.73P: A long string is wrapped around a 6.0cmdiameter cylinder, initial...
 4.74P: In are given the equations that are used to solve a problem. For th...
 4.42P: In the Olympic shotput event, an athlete throws the shot with an in...
 4.43P: On the Apollo 14 mission to the moon, astronaut Alan Shepard hit a ...
 4.44P: A ball is thrown toward a cliff of height h with a speed of 30 m/s ...
 4.75P: In are given the equations that are used to solve a problem. For th...
 4.76P: In are given the equations that are used to solve a problem. For th...
 4.77CP: You are asked to consult for the city’s research hospital, where a ...
 4.45P: A tennis player hits a ball 2.0 m above the ground. The ball leaves...
 4.46P: A baseball player friend of yours wants to determine his pitching s...
 4.47P: You are playing right field for the baseball team. Your team is up ...
 4.79CP: You are watching an archery tournament when you start wondering how...
 4.78CP: In one contest at the county fair, seen in FIGURE, a springloaded ...
 4.80CP: An archer standing on a 15° slope shoots an arrow 20° above the hor...
 4.48P: You’re 6.0 m from one wall of the house seen in FIGURE, You want to...
 4.49P: Sand moves without slipping at 6.0 m/s down a conveyer that is tilt...
 4.50P: A stunt man drives a car at a speed of 20 m/s off a 30mhigh cliff...
 4.81CP: A rubber ball is dropped onto a ramp that is tilted at 20°, as show...
 4.82CP: A skateboarder starts up a 1.0mhigh, 30° ramp at a speed of 7.0 m...
 4.83CP: A motorcycle daredevil wants to set a record for jumping over burni...
 4.51P: A javelin thrower standing at rest holds the center of the javelin ...
 4.52P: Ships A and B leave port together. For the next two hours, ship A t...
 4.53P: A kayaker needs to paddle north across a 100mwide harbor. The tid...
 4.54P: Mike throws a ball upward and toward the east at a 63° angle with a...
 4.55P: While driving north at 25 m/s during a rainstorm you notice that th...
 4.56P: You’ve been assigned the task of using a shaft encoder—a device tha...
 4.24E: Section 4.6 Velocity and Acceleration in Uniform Circular MotionA 3...
 4.25E: Section 4.6 Velocity and Acceleration in Uniform Circular MotionHow...
 4.26E: Section 4.6 Velocity and Acceleration in Uniform Circular MotionTo ...
 4.57P: A speck of dust on a spinning DVD has a centripetal acceleration of...
 4.58P: A typical laboratory centrifuge rotates at 4000 rpm. Test tubes hav...
 4.59P: Astronauts use a centrifuge to simulate the acceleration of a rocke...
 4.27E: Section 4.6 Velocity and Acceleration in Uniform Circular MotionThe...
 4.28E: Section 4.6 Velocity and Acceleration in Uniform Circular MotionYou...
 4.29E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationFIGU...
 4.60P: Peregrine falcons are known for their maneuvering ability. In a tig...
 4.61P: As the earth rotates, what is the speed of (a) a physics student in...
 4.62P: Communications satellites are placed in a circular orbit where they...
 4.31E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationFIGU...
 4.30E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationFIGU...
 4.32E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationA 5....
 4.63P: A computer hard disk 8.0 cm in diameter is initially at rest. A sma...
 4.64P: a. A turbine spinning with angular velocity ?0 rad/s comes to a hal...
 4.65P: A highspeed drill rotating ccw at 2400 rpm comes to a halt in 2.5 ...
 4.33E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationAn e...
 4.34E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationA bi...
 4.35E: Section 4.7 Nonuniform Circular Motion and Angular AccelerationA 3....
 4.66P: A wheel initially rotating at 60 rpm experiences the angular accele...
 4.67P: Your car tire is rotating at 3.5 rev/s when suddenly you press down...
 4.68P: The angular velocity of a process control motor is , where t is in ...
 4.1CQ: a. At this instant, is the particle in FIGURE speeding up, slowing ...
 4.1E: Section 4.1 Acceleration a partial motion diagram.a. Complete the m...
 4.2CQ: a. At this instant, is the particle in FIGURE speeding up, slowing ...
 4.2E: Section 4.1 Acceleration a partial motion diagram.a. Complete the m...
 4.3CQ: Tarzan swings through the jungle by hanging from a vine.a. Immediat...
 4.3E: Section 4.1 AccelerationAnswer one of the eight labeled acceleratio...
 4.4CQ: A projectile is launched at an angle of 30°.a. Is there any point o...
 4.4E: Section 4.1 AccelerationAnswer one of the eight labeled acceleratio...
 4.5CQ: For a projectile, which of the following quantities are constant du...
 4.5E: Section 4.1 AccelerationAnswer one of the eight labeled acceleratio...
 4.6CQ: A cart that is rolling at constant velocity on a level table fires ...
 4.6E: Section 4.2 TwoDimensional KinematicsA sailboat is traveling east ...
 4.7CQ: A rock is thrown from a bridge at an angle 30° below horizontal. Im...
 4.7E: Section 4.2 TwoDimensional KinematicsA model rocket is launched fr...
 4.8CQ: Anita is running to the right at 5 m/s in FIGURE. Balls 1 and 2 are...
 4.8E: Section 4.2 TwoDimensional KinematicsA particle’s trajectory is de...
 4.9CQ: An electromagnet on the ceiling of an airplane holds a steel ball. ...
 4.9E: Section 4.2 TwoDimensional KinematicsA rocketpowered hockey puck ...
 4.10CQ: Zack is driving past his house in FIGURE. He wants to toss his phys...
 4.10E: Section 4.2 TwoDimensional KinematicsA rocketpowered hockey puck ...
 4.11CQ: In FIGURE, Yvette and Zack are driving down the freeway side by sid...
 4.11E: Section 4.3 Projectile MotionA physics student on Planet Exidor thr...
 4.12CQ: In uniform circular motion, which of the following quantities are c...
 4.12E: Section 4.3 Projectile MotionA ball thrown horizontally at 25 m/s t...
 4.13CQ: FI6URE shows three points on a steadily rotating wheel.a. Rank in o...
 4.13E: A rifle is aimed horizontally at a target 50 m away. The bullet hit...
 4.14CQ: FIGURE shows four rotating wheels. For each, determine the signs (+...
 4.14E: Section 4.3 Projectile MotionA supply plane needs to drop a package...
 4.15CQ: FIGURE shows a pendulum at one end point of its arc.a. At this poin...
 4.15E: Section 4.4 Relative MotionA boat takes 3.0 hours to travel 30 km d...
 4.16E: Section 4.4 Relative MotionWhen the moving sidewalk at the airport ...
 4.17E: Section 4.4 Relative MotionMary needs to row her boat across a 100...
 4.18E: Section 4.4 Relative MotionSusan, driving north at 60 mph, and Tren...
 4.19E: Section 4.5 Uniform Circular MotionFIGURE shows the angularpositio...
 4.20E: Section 4.5 Uniform Circular MotionFIGURE shows the angularvelocit...
 4.21E: Section 4.5 Uniform Circular MotionFIGURE shows the angularvelocit...
 4.22E: Section 4.5 Uniform Circular MotionAn oldfashioned singleplay vin...
 4.23E: Section 4.5 Uniform Circular MotionThe earth’s radius is about 4000...
 4.84CP: A cannon on a train car fires a projectile to the right with speed ...
 4.85CP: A child in danger of drowning in a river is being carried downstrea...
 4.86CP: An amusement park game, shown in FIGURE, launches a marble toward a...
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