 11.1CQ: A process occurs in which a system’s potential energy decreases whi...
 11.1E: Evaluate the dot product if
 11.2CQ: A process occurs in which a system’s potential energy increases whi...
 11.2E: Evaluate the dot product if
 11.3CQ: The kinetic energy of a system decreases while its potential energy...
 11.3E: What is the angle ? between vectors and in each part of Exercise 1?...
 11.4CQ: You drop a ball from a high balcony and it falls freely. Does the b...
 11.4E: What is the angle between vectors in each part of Exercise 2?Refere...
 11.5CQ: A particle moves in a vertical plane along the closed path seen in ...
 11.5E: Evaluate the dot product of the three pairs of vectors in FIGURE.(a...
 11.6CQ: A 0.2 kg plastic cart and a 20 kg lead cart both roll without frict...
 11.6E: Evaluate the dot product of the three pairs of vectors in FIGURE.FI...
 11.7CQ: You need to raise a heavy block by pulling it with a massless rope....
 11.7E: How much work is done by the force N on a particle that moves throu...
 11.8CQ: a. If the force on a particle at some point in space is zero, must ...
 11.8E: How much work is done by the force N on a particle that moves throu...
 11.9CQ: A car traveling at 60 mph slams on its brakes and skids to a halt. ...
 11.9E: A 20 g plastic ball is moving to the left at 30 m/s. How much work ...
 11.10CQ: What energy transformations occur as a skier glides down a gentle s...
 11.10E: A 2.0 kg book is lying on a 0.75mhigh table. You pick it up and p...
 11.11CQ: Give a specific example of a situation in which
 11.11E: The two ropes seen in Figure P10.2 are used to lower a 255 kg piano...
 11.12CQ: The motor of a crane uses power P to lift a steel beam. By what fac...
 11.12E: The three ropes shown in the bird’seye view of figure are used to ...
 11.13E: FIGURE is the velocityversustime graph for a 2.0 kg object moving...
 11.14E: FIGURE is the forceversusposition graph for a particle moving alo...
 11.15E: A 500 g particle moving along the xaxis experiences the force show...
 11.16E: A 2.0 kg particle moving along the xaxis experiences the force sho...
 11.17E: A 500 g particle moving along the xaxis experiences the force show...
 11.18E: A particle has the potential energy shown in figure. What is the x...
 11.19E: A particle has the potential energy shown in FIGURE. What is the y...
 11.20E: A particle moving along the yaxis has the potential energy U = 4y3...
 11.21E: A particle moving along the xaxis has the potential energy U =10/x...
 11.22E: The mass of a carbon atom is 2.0 × 10?26 kg.a. What is the kinetic ...
 11.23E: In Part IV you’ll learn to calculate that 1 mole (6.02 × 1023 atoms...
 11.24E: A 20 kg child slides down a 3.0mhigh playground slide. She starts...
 11.25E: A system loses 400 J of potential energy. In the process, it does 4...
 11.26E: A system loses 500 J of kinetic energy while gaining 200 J of poten...
 11.27E: How much work is done by the environment in the process shown in FI...
 11.28E: A cable with 20.0 N of tension pulls straight up on a 1.02 kg block...
 11.29E: a. How much work does an elevator motor do to lift a 1000 kg elevat...
 11.30E: a. How much work must you do to push a 10 kg block of steel across ...
 11.31E: At midday, solar energy strikes the earth with an intensity of abou...
 11.32E: Which consumes more energy, a 1.2 kW hair dryer used,for 10 min or ...
 11.33E: A 2.0 hp electric motor on a water well pumps water from 10 m below...
 11.34E: A 50 kg sprinter, starting from rest, runs 50 m in 7.0 s at constan...
 11.35E: a. Estimate the height in meters of the two flights of stairs that ...
 11.36E: A 70 kg human sprinter can accelerate from rest to 10 m/s in 3.0 s....
 11.37P: A particle moves from A to D in FIGURE while experiencing force N. ...
 11.38P: A 100 g particle experiences the onedimensional, conservative forc...
 11.39P: A 10 g particle has the potential energy shown in FIGURE.a. Draw a ...
 11.40P: a. FIGURE shows the force Fx exerted on a particle that moves along...
 11.41P: figure is the velocityversustime graph of a 500 g particle that s...
 11.42P: A 1000 kg elevator accelerates upward at 1.0 m/s2 for 10 m, startin...
 11.43P: Bob can throw a 500 g rock with a speed of 30 m/s. He moves his han...
 11.44P: a. Starting from rest, a crate of mass m is pushed up a frictionles...
 11.45P: Sam, whose mass is 75 kg, straps on his skis and starts down a 50m...
 11.46P: Susan’s 10 kg baby brother Paul sits on a mat. Susan pulls the mat ...
 11.47P: A horizontal spring with spring constant 100 N/m is compressed 20 c...
 11.48P: a. A box of mass m and initial speed v0 slides distance d across a ...
 11.49P: Truck brakes can fail if they get too hot. In some mountainous area...
 11.50P: A freight company uses a compressed spring to shoot 2.0 kg packages...
 11.51P: Use work and energy to find an expression for the speed of the bloc...
 11.52P: An 8.0 kg crate is pulled 5.0 m up a 30° incline by a rope angled 1...
 11.53P: You’ve taken a summer job at a water park. In one stunt, a water sk...
 11.54P: A 50 kg ice skater is gliding along the ice, heading due north at 4...
 11.55P: A 50 g ice cube can slide without friction up and down a 30° slope....
 11.56P: A 5.0 kg box slides down a 5.0mhigh frictionless hill, starting f...
 11.57P: The spring shown in FIGURE is compressed 50 cm and used to launch a...
 11.58P: A block of mass m starts from rest at height h. It slides down a fr...
 11.59P: Show that Hooke’s law for an ideal spring is a conservative force. ...
 11.60P: A clever engineer designs a “sprong” that obeys the force law Fx =?...
 11.61P: A particle of mass m starts from x0 = 0 m with v0 > 0 m/s. The part...
 11.62P: A 5.0 kg cat leaps from the floor to the top of a 95cmhigh table....
 11.63P: The human heart pumps the average adult’s 6.0 L (6000 cm3) of blood...
 11.64P: When you ride a bicycle at constant speed, nearly all the energy yo...
 11.65P: In a hydroelectric dam, water falls 25 m and then spins a turbine t...
 11.66P: The force required to tow a water skier at speed v is proportional ...
 11.67P: A Porsche 944 Turbo has a rated engine power of 217 hp. 30% of the ...
 11.68P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For each of t...
 11.69P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For each of t...
 11.70P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For each of t...
 11.71P: In are given the equation(s) used to solve a problem. For each of t...
 11.72CP: A 10.2 kg weather rocket generates a thrust of 200 N. The rocket, p...
 11.73CP: The spring in figure has a spring constant of 1000 N/m. It is compr...
 11.74CP: The equation mgy for gravitational potential energy is valid only f...
 11.75CP: A gardener pushes a 12 kg lawnmower whose handle is tilted up 37° a...
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