 13.1: A mass M is split into two parts, m and M % m, which are then separ...
 13.2: Moon effect. Some people believe that the Moon controls their activ...
 13.3: What must the separation be between a 5.2 kg particle and a 2.4 kg ...
 13.4: The Sun and Earth each exert a gravitational force on the Moon. Wha...
 13.5: Miniature black holes. Left over from the bigbang beginning of the...
 13.6: In Fig. 1332, a square of edge length 20.0 cm is formed by four sp...
 13.7: One dimension. In Fig. 1333, two point particles are fixed on an x...
 13.8: In Fig. 1334, three 5.00 kg spheres are located at distances d1 ! ...
 13.9: We want to position a space probe along a line that extends directl...
 13.10: Two dimensions. In Fig. 1335, three point particles are fixed in p...
 13.11: As seen in Fig. 1336, two spheres of mass m and a third sphere of ...
 13.12: In Fig. 1337a, particle A is fixed in place at x !%0.20 m on the x...
 13.13: Figure 1338 shows a spherical hollow inside a lead sphere of radiu...
 13.14: Three point particles are fixed in position in an xy plane. Two of ...
 13.15: Three dimensions. Three point particles are fixed in place in an xy...
 13.16: In Fig. 1340, a particle of mass m1 ! 0.67 kg is a distance d ! 23...
 13.17: (a) What will an object weigh on the Moons surface if it weighs 100...
 13.18: Mountain pull. A large mountain can slightly affect the direction o...
 13.19: At what altitude above Earths surface would the gravitational accel...
 13.20: Milehigh building. In 1956, Frank Lloyd Wright proposed the constr...
 13.21: Certain neutron stars (extremely dense stars) are believed to be ro...
 13.22: The radius Rh and mass Mh of a black hole are related by Rh ! 2GMh/...
 13.23: One model for a certain planet has a core of radius R and mass M su...
 13.24: Two concentric spherical shells with uniformly distributed masses M...
 13.25: A solid sphere has a uniformly distributed mass of 1.0 $ 104 kg and...
 13.26: A uniform solid sphere of radius R produces a gravitational acceler...
 13.27: Figure 1342 shows, not to scale, a cross section through the inter...
 13.28: Assume a planet is a uniform sphere of radius R that (somehow) has ...
 13.29: Figure 1343 gives the potential energy function U(r) of a projecti...
 13.30: In 1, what ratio m/M gives the least gravitational potential energy...
 13.31: The mean diameters of Mars and Earth are 6.9 $ 103 SSM km 38 In dee...
 13.32: (a) What is the gravitational potential energy of the twoparticle s...
 13.33: What multiple of the energy needed to escape from Earth gives the e...
 13.34: Figure 1343 gives the potential energy function U(r) of a projecti...
 13.35: Figure 1344 shows four particles, each of mass 20.0 g, that form a...
 13.36: Zero, a hypothetical planet, has a massof 5.0 $ 1023 kg, a radius o...
 13.37: The three spheres in Fig. 1345, with masses mA ! 80 g,mB ! 10 g, a...
 13.38: In deep space, sphere A of mass 20 kg is located at the origin of a...
 13.39: (a) What is the escape speed on a spherical asteroid whose radius i...
 13.40: A projectile is shot directly away from Earths surface. Neglect the...
 13.41: Two neutron stars are separated by a distance of1.0 $ 1010 m. They ...
 13.42: Figure 1346a shows a particle A that can be moved along a y axis f...
 13.43: (a) What linear speed must an Earth satellite have to be in a circu...
 13.44: A satellite is put in a circular orbit about Earth with a radius eq...
 13.45: The Martian satellite Phobos travels in an approximately circular o...
 13.46: The first known collision between space debris and a functioning sa...
 13.47: The Sun, which is 2.2 $ 1020 m from the center of the Milky Way gal...
 13.48: The mean distance of Mars from the Sun is 1.52 times that of Earth ...
 13.49: A comet that was seen in April 574 by Chinese astronomers on a day ...
 13.50: An orbiting satellite stays over a certain spot on the equator of (...
 13.51: A satellite, moving in an elliptical orbit, is 360 km above Earths ...
 13.52: The Suns center is at one focus of Earths orbit. How far from this ...
 13.53: A 20 kg satellite has a circular orbit with a period of 2.4 h and a...
 13.54: Hunting a black hole. Observations of the light from a certain star...
 13.55: In 1610, Galileo used his telescope to discover four moons around J...
 13.56: In 1993 the spacecraft Galileo sent an image (Fig. 1348) of astero...
 13.57: In a certain binarystar system, each star has the same mass as our...
 13.58: The presence of an unseen planet orbiting a distant star can someti...
 13.59: Three identical stars of mass M form an equilateral triangle that r...
 13.60: In Fig. 1350, two satellites, A and B, both of mass m ! 125 kg, mo...
 13.61: (a) At what height above Earths surface is the energy required to l...
 13.62: Two Earth satellites, A and B, each of mass m, are to be launched i...
 13.63: An asteroid, whose mass is 2.0 $ 10%4 times the mass of Earth, revo...
 13.64: A satellite orbits a planet of unknown mass in a circle of radius 2...
 13.65: A satellite is in a circular Earth orbit of radius r. The area A en...
 13.66: One way to attack a satellite in Earth orbit is to launch a swarm o...
 13.67: What are (a) the speed and (b) the period of a 220 kg satellite in ...
 13.68: Two small spaceships, each with mass m ! 2000 kg, are in the circul...
 13.69: In Fig. 1318b, the scale on which the 60 kg physicist stands reads...
 13.70: The radius Rh of a black hole is the radius of a mathematical spher...
 13.71: Several planets (Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus) are encircled by rings, p...
 13.72: A typical neutron star may have a mass equal to that of the Sun but...
 13.73: Figure 1353 is a graph of the kinetic energy K of an asteroid vers...
 13.74: The mysterious visitor that appears in the enchanting story The Lit...
 13.75: The masses and coordinates of three spheres are as follows: 20 kg, ...
 13.76: A very early, simple satellite consisted of an inflated spherical a...
 13.77: Four uniform spheres, with masses mA ! 40 kg, mB ! 35 kg, mC ! 200 ...
 13.78: (a) In 77, remove sphere A and calculate the gravitational potentia...
 13.79: A certain triplestar system consists of two stars, each of mass m,...
 13.80: The fastest possible rate of rotation of a planet is that for which...
 13.81: In a doublestar system, two stars of mass 3.0 $ 1030 kgabout the s...
 13.82: A satellite is in elliptical orbit with a period of 8.00 $ 104 s ab...
 13.83: In a shuttle craft of mass m ! 3000 kg, Captain Janewayorbits a of ...
 13.84: Consider a pulsar, a collapsed star of extremely high density, with...
 13.85: A projectile is fired vertically from Earths surface with an initia...
 13.86: n object lying on Earths equator is accelerated (a) toward the cent...
 13.87: (a) If the legendary apple of Newton could be released from rest at...
 13.88: With what speed would mail pass through the center of Earth if fall...
 13.89: The orbit of Earth around the Sun is almost circular: Theclosest an...
 13.90: A 50 kg satellite circles planet Cruton every 6.0 h. The magnitude ...
 13.91: We watch two identical astronomical bodies A and B, each of mass m,...
 13.92: A 150.0 kg rocket moving radially outward from Earth has a speed of...
 13.93: Planet Roton, with a mass of 7.0 $ 1024 kg and a radius of 1600 km,...
 13.94: Two 20 kg spheres are fixed in place on a y axis, one at y ! 0.40 m...
 13.95: Sphere A with mass 80 kg is located at the origin of an xy coordina...
 13.96: In his 1865 science fiction novel From the Earth to theMoon, Jules ...
 13.97: An object of mass m is initially held in place at radial distance r...
 13.98: To alleviate the traffic congestion between two cities such as Bost...
 13.99: A thin rod with mass M ! 5.00 kg is bent in a semicircle of radius ...
 13.100: In Fig. 1357, identical blocks with identical masses m ! 2.00 kg h...
 13.101: A spaceship is on a straightline path between Earth and the Moon. ...
Solutions for Chapter 13: Fundamentals of Physics 10th Edition
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