 6.1CQ: Are the objects described here in static equilibrium, dynamic equil...
 6.1E: The three ropes in Figure P5.1 are tied to a small, very light ring...
 6.2CQ: A ball tossed straight up has v = 0 at its highest point. Is it in ...
 6.2E: The three ropes in Figure P5.2 are tied to a small, very light ring...
 6.3CQ: Kat, Matt, and Nat are arguing about why a physics book on a table ...
 6.3E: A 20 kg loudspeaker is suspended 2.0 m below the ceiling by two 3.0...
 6.4CQ: If you know all of the forces acting on a moving object, can you te...
 6.4E: A football coach sits on a sled while two of his players build thei...
 6.5CQ: An elevator, hanging from a single cable, moves upward at constant ...
 6.5E: A construction worker with a weight of 850 N stands on a roof that ...
 6.6CQ: An elevator, hanging from a single cable, moves downward and is slo...
 6.6E: In each of the two freebody diagrams in FIGURE, the forces are act...
 6.7CQ: Are the following statements true or false? Explain.a. The mass of ...
 6.7E: In each of the two freebody diagrams in FIGURE, the forces are act...
 6.8CQ: An astronaut takes his bathroom scale to the moon and then stands o...
 6.8E: Figure P5.49 shows the velocity graph of a 2.0 kg object as it move...
 6.9CQ: The four balls in FIGURE have been thrown straight up. They have th...
 6.9E: FIGURE shows the force acting on a 2.0 kg object as it moves along ...
 6.10CQ: Suppose you attempt to pour out 100 g of salt, using a pan balance ...
 6.10E: A horizontal rope is tied to a 50 kg box on frictionless ice. What ...
 6.11CQ: A box with a passenger inside is launched straight up into the air ...
 6.11E: A 50 kg box hangs from a rope. What is the tension in the rope if:a...
 6.12CQ: An astronaut orbiting the earth is handed two balls that have ident...
 6.12E: a. The block in FIGURE floats on a cushion of air. It is pushed to ...
 6.13CQ: A hand presses down on the book in FIGURE. Is the normal force of t...
 6.13E: A woman has a mass of 55.0 kg.a. What is her weight on earth?b. Wha...
 6.14CQ: Suppose you push a hockey puck of mass m across frictionless ice fo...
 6.14E: It takes the elevator in a skyscraper 4.0 s to reach its cruising s...
 6.15CQ: A block pushed along the floor with velocity v0x slides a distance ...
 6.15E: Figure P5.23 shows the velocity graph of a 75 kg passenger in an el...
 6.16CQ: Can the friction force on an object ever point in the direction of ...
 6.16E: What thrust does a 200 g model rocket need in order to have a verti...
 6.17CQ: A crate of fragile dishes is in the back of a pickup truck. The tru...
 6.17E: Bonnie and Clyde are sliding a 300 kg bank safe across the floor to...
 6.18CQ: Five balls move through the air as shown in FIGURE. All five have t...
 6.18E: A stubborn 120 kg pig sits down and refuses to move. To drag the pi...
 6.19E: A 10 kg crate is placed on a horizontal conveyor belt. The material...
 6.20E: Bob is pulling a 30 kg filing cabinet with a force of 200 N, but th...
 6.21E: A 4000 kg truck is parked on a 15° slope. How big is the friction f...
 6.22E: A 1500 kg car skids to a halt on a wet road where ?k = 0.50. How fa...
 6.23E: A 50,000 kg locomotive is traveling at 10 m/s when its engine and b...
 6.24E: A 75 kg skydiver can be modeled as a rectangular “box” with dimensi...
 6.25E: A 6.5cmdiameter tennis ball has a terminal speed of 26 m/s. What ...
 6.26P: A 5.0 kg object initially at rest at the origin is subjected to the...
 6.27P: A 2.0 kg object initially at rest at the origin is subjected to the...
 6.28P: The 1000 kg steel beam in FIGURE is supported by two ropes. What is...
 6.29P: In an electricity experiment, a 1.0 g plastic ball is suspended on ...
 6.30P:  A 500 kg piano is being lowered into position by a crane while ...
 6.31P: Henry gets into an elevator on the 50th floor of a building and it ...
 6.32P: Zach, whose mass is 80 kg, is in an elevator descending at 10 m/s. ...
 6.33P: An accident victim with a broken leg is being placed in traction. T...
 6.34P: Seat belts and air bags save lives by reducing the forces exerted o...
 6.35P: The position of a 2.0 kg mass is given by x = (2t3 ? 3t2) m, where ...
 6.36P: The piston of a machine exerts a constant force on a ball as it mov...
 6.37P: Compressed air is used to fire a 50 g ball vertically upward from a...
 6.38P: a. A rocket of mass m is launched straight up with thrust . Find an...
 6.39P: A rifle with a barrel length of 60 cm fires a 10 g bullet with a ho...
 6.40P: A 20,000 kg rocket has a rocket motor that generates of thrust.a. W...
 6.41P: a. An object of mass m is at rest at the top of a smooth slope of h...
 6.42P: Sam, whose mass is 75 kg, takes off across level snow on his jetpo...
 6.43P: Sam, whose mass is 75 kg, takes off down a 50mhigh, 10° slope on ...
 6.44P: A baggage handler drops your 10 kg suitcase onto a conveyor belt ru...
 6.45P: You and your friend Peter are putting new shingles on a roof pitche...
 6.46P: It’s moving day, and you need to push a 100 kg box up a 20° ramp in...
 6.47P: An Airbus A320 jetliner has a takeoff mass of 75,000 kg. It reaches...
 6.48P: A 2.0 kg wood block is launched up a wooden ramp that is inclined a...
 6.49P: It’s a snowy day and you’re pulling a friend along a level road on ...
 6.50P: a. A large box of mass M is pulled across a horizontal, frictionles...
 6.51P: a. A large box of mass M is moving on a horizontal surface at speed...
 6.52P: Your assignment in lab is to measure the coefficient of kinetic fri...
 6.53P: You’re driving along at 25 m/s with your aunt’s valuable antiques i...
 6.54P: The 2.0 kg wood box in FIGURE slides down a vertical wood wall whil...
 6.55P: A 1.0 kg wood block is pressed against a vertical wood wall by a 12...
 6.56P: A person with compromised pinch strength in his fingers can exert a...
 6.57P: What is the terminal speed for an 80 kg skier going down a 40° snow...
 6.58P: A ball is shot from a compressedair gun at twice its terminal spee...
 6.59P: An artist friend of yours needs help hanging a 500 lb sculpture fro...
 6.60P: You’ve entered a “slow ski race” where the winner is the skier who ...
 6.61P: Astronauts in space “weigh” themselves by oscillating on a spring. ...
 6.62P: A particle of mass m moving along the A’axis experiences the net f...
 6.63P: At t = 0, an object of mass m is at rest at x = 0 on a horizontal. ...
 6.64P: At t =0, an object of mass m is at rest at x = 0 on a horizontal, f...
 6.65P: Large objects have inertia and tend to keep moving—Newton’s first l...
 6.66P: Very small objects, such as dust particles, experience a linear dra...
 6.67P: show a freebody diagram. For the:a. Write a realistic dynamics pro...
 6.68P: show a freebody diagram. For the:a. Write a realistic dynamics pro...
 6.69P: In are given the dynamics equations that are used to solve a proble...
 6.70P: In are given the dynamics equations that are used to solve a proble...
 6.71P: In are given the dynamics equations that are used to solve a proble...
 6.72CP: A block of mass m is at rest at the origin at t = 0. It is pushed w...
 6.73CP: The machine in FIGURE has an 800 g steel shuttle that is pulled alo...
 6.74CP: FIGURE shows an accelerometer, a device for measuring the horizonta...
 6.75CP: An object moving in a liquid experiences a linear drag force: = (bv...
 6.76CP: An object moving in a liquid experiences a linear drag force: (bv, ...
 6.77CP: An object with cross section A is shot horizontally across friction...
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