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... Pomona Australia • Brazil • Canada • Mexico • Singapore • Spain • United Kingdom • United States Physics for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics, Seventh Edition Raymond A Serway and John ... Engineers with Modern Physics PHYSICS for Scientists and Engineers with Modern Physics Seventh Edition Raymond A Serway Emeritus, James Madison University John W Jewett, Jr California State Polytechnic ... Editorial Assistant: Shawn Vasquez Technology Project Manager: Sam Subity Marketing Manager: Mark Santee Marketing Assistant: Melissa Wong Managing Marketing Communications Manager: Bryan Vann Project...
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... 12.3 Chapter 14 Fluid Mechanics 362 Newton’s Law of Universal Gravitation 363 Free-Fall Acceleration and the Gravitational Force 365 Kepler’s Laws and the Motion of Planets 367 The Gravitational ... now easier to assign online homework with Serway and Jewett and Enhanced WebAssign All worked examples, end-of-chapter problems, active figures, quick quizzes, and most questions are available ... factors, and the SI units of physical quantities as well as a periodic table of the elements Other useful information—fundamental constants and physical data, planetary data, a list of standard...
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... that causes it to slow down? (a) eastward (b) westward (c) neither eastward nor westward vx From now on we shall use the term acceleration to mean instantaneous acceleration When we mean average ... tan a Ϸ sin a Ϸ a ϭ pa¿ 180° where a is in radians and a is in degrees Use a calculator to find the largest angle for which tan a may be approximated by a with an error less than 10.0% 53 A high ... (a) If a car is traveling eastward, its acceleration must be eastward (b) If a car is slowing down, its acceleration must be negative (c) A particle with constant acceleration can never stop and...
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... and constant acceleration zero (a) At what time, if any, the two cars have equal speeds? (b) What are their speeds at that time? (c) At what time(s), if any, the cars pass each other? (d) What ... Constant Acceleration 19 ⅷ Assume a parcel of air in a straight tube moves with a constant acceleration of Ϫ4.00 m/s2 and has a velocity of 13.0 m/s at 10:05:00 a. m on a certain date (a) What is ... = challenging; Ⅺ = SSM/SG; ᮡ The foreman’s name was John McAnn By God, he was a blamed mean man One day a premature blast went off And a mile in the air went big Jim Goff And drill Then when...
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... (Example 4.7) (a) A car passes over a rise that S is shaped like a circle (b) The total acceleration vector a is S the sum of the tangential and radial acceleration vectors at S and ar The radial ... of two independent motions in the x and y directions, with accelerations ax and ay Projectile motion can also be handled in this way, with zero acceleration in the x direction and a constant acceleration ... decreasing) Path of particle Ꭾ at a ar ar a Ꭽ at ar Ꭿ at a ACTIVE FIGURE 4. 16 S The motion of a particle along an arbitrary curved path lying in the xy plane If the velocity vector v S (always tangent...
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... bottom half of a parabola with its vertex at the edge of the road and with the equation y2 ϭ 16x, where x and y are measured in meters What are the x and y coordinates of the melon when it splatters ... Third Law 5.2 Newton’s First Law and Inertial Frames 5.7 Some Applications of Newton’s Laws 5.3 Mass 5.8 Forces of Friction 5.4 Newton’s Second Law 5.5 The Gravitational Force and Weight A small ... (a) Assume the ball is always thrown with the same initial speed At what angle u should the fielder throw the ball to make it go the same distance D with one bounce (blue path) as a ball thrown...
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... moving away from her hand because the ball feels an upward “force of the throw” as well as the gravitational force (a) Can the “force of the throw” exceed the gravitational force? How would the ball ... reading on the scale vary now? 16 (a) Can a normal force be horizontal? (b) Can a normal force be directed vertically downward? (c) Consider a tennis ball in contact with a stationary floor and ... possible values for the magnitude of P that allow the block to remain stationary (b) Describe what happens if S P has a larger value and what happens if it is smaller (c) Repeat parts (a) and (b) assuming...
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... Newton’s Laws also decreases Eventually, the upward resistive force and the downward gravitational force balance each other and a much smaller terminal speed is reached, permitting a safe landing ... force diagram 6. 4 (a) The basketball, having a larger cross-sectional area, will have a larger force due to air resistance than the baseball, which will result in a smaller downward acceleration ... accelerated reference frame A fictitious force appears to act on an object in the same way as a real force Real forces are always interactions between two objects, however, and you cannot identify a...
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... book with varying speeds and watch the energy transformation on an active energy bar chart 182 Chapter Energy of a System within the system—that is, between the book and the surface—as a transformation ... motion, eventually making it swing enough that he can reach a ledge when the rope makes a 60 .0° angle with the vertical How much work was done by the gravitational force on Batman in this maneuver? ... the work done by each force separately and then add the works algebraically to find the net work done on the system E XA M P L E Calculating Total Work Done from a Graph A force acting on a particle...
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... waves and ocean waves Heat (Chapter 20) is a mechanism of energy transfer that is driven by a temperature difference between two regions in space For example, the handle of a metal spoon in a ... initial velocity vi in part (B) were downward? How would that affect the speed of the ball at position y? Answer You might claim that throwing the ball downward would result in it having a higher ... instant the actor is at the lowest point Because the tension in the cable is transferred as a force applied to the sandbag, we model the actor at this instant as a particle under a net force a...
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... out when two are released, and so on What If? Consider what would happen if balls and are glued together Now what happens when ball is pulled out and released? Answer In this situation, balls and ... By Newton’s third law, however, the Earth experiences an upward force and therefore an upward acceleration while the ball falls In the calculation below, we will show that this motion can be ... acceleration and consequent velocity are much smaller than the acceleration and velocity of the arrow What If? What if the arrow were fired in a direction that makes an angle u with the horizontal?...
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... pushing-apart process? How can it be, with large forces acting? How can it be, with no motion beforehand and plenty of motion afterward? How fast can you set the Earth moving? In particular, when ... 9 .6 can be applied to an analysis of the motion of deformable systems For example, suppose you stand on a skateboard and push off a wall, setting yourself in motion away from the wall How would ... size of this force (A child should always be in a toddler seat secured with a seat belt in the back seat of a car.) An estimated force–time curve for a baseball struck by a bat is shown in Figure...
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... to translational position (x), translational speed (v), and translational acceleration (a) The variables u, v, and a differ dimensionally from the variables x, v, and a only by a factor having ... 10.3.) We have not specified any direction for angular speed and angular acceleration Strictly speaking, v and a are the magnitudes of the angular velocity and the anguS S lar acceleration vectors1 ... rotation about the y axis than about the z axis 278 What If? Chapter 10 Rotation of a Rigid Object About a Fixed Axis What if the mass M is much larger than m? How the answers to parts (A) and...
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... straight down as shown by C, and (d) the string is pulled forward and downward as shown by D (e) What if the string is instead attached to the rim of the front wheel and pulled upward and backward ... (a) at t ϭ and (b) at t ϭ 3.00 s A bar on a hinge starts from rest and rotates with an angular acceleration a ϭ (10 ϩ 6t) rad/s2, where t is in seconds Determine the angle in radians through which ... slows down The flywheel is a uniform solid cylinder with mass 60 0 kg and radius 0 .65 0 m The bus body does work against air resistance and rolling resistance at the average rate of 18.0 hp as...
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... changes What apparent free-fall acceleration is experienced by the managers remaining at the rim? Assume the average mass of each inhabitant is 65 .0 kg S 39 ⅷ A wad of sticky clay with mass m and ... system are those associated with internal forces between particles and those associated with external forces The net torque associated with all internal forces, however, is zero Recall that Newton’s ... Horizontal Beam A uniform horizontal beam with a length of 8.00 m and a weight of 200 N is attached to a wall by a pin connection Its far end is supported by a cable that makes an angle of 53.0° with...
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