Find: a) the time of the flight b) horizontal displacement c) the maximum height the ball reached
Find: a) the time of the flight b) horizontal displacement c) the maximum height the ball reached
A 149-kg satellite is in circular orbit around the Earth and moving at a speed of 2.29 km/s. How much work must be done to move the satellite into another circular orbit that is twice as high above...
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The moon takes 27.32 days to go around the Earth. Find the moon's angular velocity and its linear velocity. The moon is 3.84 x 10^8 meters from Earth.
Two gliders, A(.55kg) and B(.35kg) are held together by a string which compresses a spring between the gliders. The masses are traveling at 0.5m/s. a match burns the string and mass B is seen to be...
Suppose you are transporting a viscous fluid through a set of 15.0 circular pipes, each with diameter 1.0 cm. If you now replace this set of pipes with one large circular pipe which has a cross sectional...
A uniform clay disk with mass 3.5kg and radius 0.52m spins about its center of mass with an angular velocity of 19 rad/s counter-clockwise. If the disk is reshaped (without friction) into a uniform...
A vehicle landing on Mars has a vertical velocity toward the surface of 5.5km and a horizontal velicity of 3.5m/s a) what is the speed of the vehicle along the decent path b) what is the angle I...
A small child weighing 201 N sits on a swing of length 2.4 m. Suppose that the child-swing system gradually slows down in such a way that on each successive swing the maximum y coordinate of the child's...
A 900-lb block is being suspended and held stationary by two steel cables as shown. The first cable (to the left of the block) makes a 70 degree angle with the horizontal, while the second cable...
A car traveling at 10 m/s hits the brakes and comes to a stop in 12 m. What is the car's stopping distance if the speed is doubled?
Calculate the power generated by the solar cell which obtained Voc = 0.87 V and Isc = 4.1 mA upon direct exposure to sunlight. Assume a fill factor of 25%.
If a person who exerts 700 N of force has shoes that cover .04 m^2, what is the average pressure exerted on the ground by both feet? One foot?
A) Eric is pushing a lever to lift a 20kg box which lies a distance of .5 meters from the fulcrum. Eric pushes down on the lever with 50N of force, what distance is Eric from the fulcrum? B)...
As a bus accelerates, the passengers on the bus are jolted toward the back of bus. Explain what causes the passengers to be apparently pushed backward.
A constant net force of 15 N acts on an object with a mass of 8 kg. As the mass of the object is increased, what will happen to the acceleration of the object? Explain.
Hey I'm i have a physics test in a few days and am really not understanding coefficients of friction and those type of questions. I'll give you an example of what I'm dealing with.. 1)...
A bomber flying at an angle 30degrees below the horizontal with 240m/s velocity drops a bomb. A rocket launcher 300m directly below the bomber, fires a shell (at exactly the same time bomb was dropped)...
2) A boat traveling west encounters a current moving 8m/s south. The boat travels 56m downstream while crossing the 100m wide river. a) How much time does it take to travel shore to shore? b)...
There a mass of 4kg and a mass of 5kg connected by an inextensible string passing over a smooth pulley .the mass for 4kg starts from rest and moves up the smooth plane inclined at 30degree to horizontal...