# Quiz 12: Rotation of a Rigid Body

Physics & Astronomy

Q 1Q 1

When a rigid body rotates about a fixed axis, all the points in the body have the same
A) tangential speed.
B) angular acceleration.
C) tangential acceleration.
D) linear displacement.
E) centripetal acceleration.

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Q 2Q 2

A horizontal disk rotates about a vertical axis through its center. Point P is midway between the center and the rim of the disk, and point Q is on the rim. If the disk turns with constant angular velocity, which of the following statements about it are true? (There may be more than one correct choice.)
A) P and Q have the same linear acceleration.
B) Q is moving twice as fast as P.
C) The linear acceleration of Q is twice as great as the linear acceleration of P.
D) The linear acceleration of P is twice as great as the linear acceleration of Q.
E) The angular velocity of Q is twice as great as the angular velocity of P.

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B, C

Q 3Q 3

As you are leaving a building, the door opens outward. If the hinges on the door are on your right, what is the direction of the angular velocity of the door as you open it?
A) up
B) down
C) to your left
D) to your right
E) forwards

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B

Q 4Q 4

When you ride a bicycle, in what direction is the angular velocity of the wheels?
A) to your left
B) to your right
C) forwards
D) backwards
E) up

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Q 5Q 5

A dumbbell-shaped object is composed by two equal masses, m, connected by a rod of negligible mass and length r. If I

_{1}is the moment of inertia of this object with respect to an axis passing through the center of the rod and perpendicular to it and I_{2}is the moment of inertia with respect to an axis passing through one of the masses, it follows that A) I_{1}= I_{2}. B) I_{1}> I_{2}. C) I_{2}> I_{1}.Free

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Q 6Q 6

The two rotating systems shown in the figure differ only in that the two identical movable masses are positioned at different distances from the axis of rotation. If you release the hanging blocks simultaneously from rest, and if the ropes do not slip, which block lands first?
A) The block at the left lands first.
B) The block at the right lands first.
C) Both blocks land at the same time.

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Q 7Q 7

If an irregularly shaped object (such as a wrench) is dropped from rest in a classroom and feels no air resistance, it will
A) accelerate but will not spin.
B) accelerate and turn until its center of gravity reaches its lowest point.
C) accelerate and turn about its center of gravity with uniform angular speed.
D) accelerate and turn about its center of gravity with uniform angular acceleration.
E) accelerate and spin until its center of gravity reaches its highest point.

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Q 8Q 8

A tire is rolling along a road, without slipping, with a velocity v. A piece of tape is attached to the tire. When the tape is opposite the road (at the top of the tire), its velocity with respect to the road is
A) 2v.
B) v.
C) 1.5v.
D) zero.
E) The velocity depends on the radius of the tire.

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Q 9Q 9

Consider a uniform solid sphere of radius R and mass M rolling without slipping. Which form of its kinetic energy is larger, translational or rotational?
A) Its translational kinetic energy is larger than its rotational kinetic energy.
B) Its rotational kinetic energy is larger than its translational kinetic energy.
C) Both forms of energy are equal.
D) You need to know the speed of the sphere to tell.

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Q 10Q 10

A solid sphere, solid cylinder, and a hollow pipe all have equal masses and radii and are of uniform density. If the three are released simultaneously at the top of an inclined plane and roll without slipping, which one will reach the bottom first?
A) solid sphere
B) hollow pipe
C) solid cylinder
D) They all reach the bottom at the same time.

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Q 11Q 11

A uniform disk, a uniform hoop, and a uniform solid sphere are released at the same time at the top of an inclined ramp. They all roll without slipping. In what order do they reach the bottom of the ramp?
A) disk, hoop, sphere
B) hoop, sphere, disk
C) sphere, disk, hoop
D) sphere, hoop, disk
E) hoop, disk, sphere

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Q 12Q 12

A ball is released from rest on a no-slip surface, as shown in the figure. After reaching its lowest point, the ball begins to rise again, this time on a frictionless surface as shown in the figure. When the ball reaches its maximum height on the frictionless surface, it is
A) at a greater height as when it was released.
B) at a lesser height as when it was released.
C) at the same height as when it was released.
D) It is impossible to tell without knowing the mass of the ball.
E) It is impossible to tell without knowing the radius of the ball.

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Q 13Q 13

The angular momentum of a system remains constant
A) when the total kinetic energy is constant.
B) when no net external force acts on the system.
C) when the linear momentum and the energy are constant.
D) when no torque acts on the system.
E) all the time since it is a conserved quantity.

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Q 14Q 14

A metal bar is hanging from a hook in the ceiling when it is suddenly struck by a ball that is moving horizontally (see figure). The ball is covered with glue, so it sticks to the bar. During this collision
A) the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) is conserved about the hook because only gravity is acting on the system.
B) the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) is not conserved because the hook exerts a force on the bar.
C) the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) is conserved about the hook because neither the hook nor gravity exerts any torque on this system about the hook.
D) both the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) and its kinetic energy are conserved.
E) both the linear momentum and the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) are conserved.

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Q 15Q 15

If the torque on an object adds up to zero
A) the forces on it also add up to zero.
B) the object is at rest.
C) the object cannot be turning.
D) the object could be accelerating linearly but it could not be turning.
E) the object could be both turning and accelerating linearly.

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Q 16Q 16

A heavy boy and a lightweight girl are balanced on a massless seesaw. If they both move forward so that they are one-half their original distance from the pivot point, what will happen to the seesaw? Assume that both people are small enough compared to the length of the seesaw to be thought of as point masses.
A) It is impossible to say without knowing the masses.
B) It is impossible to say without knowing the distances.
C) The side the boy is sitting on will tilt downward.
D) Nothing will happen; the seesaw will still be balanced.
E) The side the girl is sitting on will tilt downward.

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Q 20Q 20

If and
Are nonzero vectors for which
∙
= 0, it must follow that
A) × = 0.
B) is parallel to .
C) | × | = AB.
D) | × | = 1.

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Q 21Q 21

A turbine blade rotates with angular velocity ω(t) = 2.00 rad/s- 2.1.00 rad/s

^{3}t^{2}. What is the angular acceleration of the blade at t = 9.10 s? A) -38.2 rad/s^{2}B) -19.1 rad/s^{2}C) -86.0 rad/s^{2}D) -36.2 rad/s^{2}E) -172 rad/s^{2}Free

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Q 22Q 22

The angular velocity of a 755-g wheel 15.0 cm in diameter is given by the equation ω(t) = (2.00 rad/s

^{2})t + (1.00 rad/s^{4})t^{3}. (a) Through how many radians does the wheel turn during the first 2.00 s of its motion? (b) What is the angular acceleration (in rad/s^{2}) of the wheel at the end of the first 2.00 s of its motion?Free

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Q 23Q 23

The angular acceleration of a wheel is given in rad/s

^{2}by 45t^{3}- 11t^{4}, where t is in seconds. If the wheel starts from rest at t = 0.00 s, when is the next time the wheel is at rest? A) 5.1 s B) 8.4 s C) 6.9 s D) 3.6 sFree

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Q 24Q 24

A 1.15-kg grinding wheel 22.0 cm in diameter is spinning counterclockwise at a rate of 20.0 revolutions per second. When the power to the grinder is turned off, the grinding wheel slows with constant angular acceleration and takes 80.0 s to come to a rest.
(a) What was the angular acceleration (in rad/s

^{2}) of the grinding wheel as it came to rest if we take a counterclockwise rotation as positive? (b) How many revolutions did the wheel make during the time it was coming to rest?Free

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Q 25Q 25

A 3.45-kg centrifuge takes 100 s to spin up from rest to its final angular speed with constant angular acceleration. A point located 8.00 cm from the axis of rotation of the centrifuge moves with a speed of 150 m/s when the centrifuge is at full speed.
(a) What is the angular acceleration (in rad/s

^{2}) of the centrifuge as it spins up? (b) How many revolutions does the centrifuge make as it goes from rest to its final angular speed?Free

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Q 26Q 26

When a 2.75-kg fan, having blades 18.5 cm long, is turned off, its angular speed decreases uniformly from 10.0 rad/s to 6.30 rad/s in 5.00 s.
(a) What is the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the fan?
(b) Through what angle (in degrees) does it turn while it is slowing down during the 5.00 s?
(c) If its angular acceleration does not change, how long after it is turned off does it take the fan to stop.

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Q 27Q 27

A 4.50-kg wheel that is 34.5 cm in diameter rotates through an angle of 13.8 rad as it slows down uniformly from 22.0 rad/s to 13.5 rad/s. What is the magnitude of the angular acceleration of the wheel?
A) 0.616 rad/s

^{2}B) 5.45 rad/s^{2}C) 111 rad/s^{2}D) 22.5 rad/s^{2}E) 10.9 rad/s^{2}Free

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Q 28Q 28

A machinist turns the power on to a grinding wheel, which is at rest at time t = 0.00 s. The wheel accelerates uniformly for 10 s and reaches the operating angular velocity of 25 rad/s. The wheel is run at that angular velocity for 37 s and then power is shut off. The wheel decelerates uniformly at 1.5 rad/s

^{2}until the wheel stops. In this situation, the time interval of angular deceleration (slowing down) is closest to: A) 17 s B) 15 s C) 19 s D) 21 s E) 23 sFree

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Q 29Q 29

In the figure, point P is at rest when it is on the x-axis. The linear speed of point P when it reaches the y-axis is closest to
A) 0.18 m/s.
B) 0.24 m/s.
C) 0.35 m/s.
D) 0.49 m/s.
E) 0.71 m/s.

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Q 30Q 30

In the figure, point P is at rest when it is on the x-axis. The time t, when P returns to the original position on the x-axis, is closest to
A) 13 s.
B) 18 s.
C) 25 s.
D) 35 s.
E) 50 s.

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Q 31Q 31

A 1.25-kg ball begins rolling from rest with constant angular acceleration down a hill. If it takes 3.60 s for it to make the first complete revolution, how long will it take to make the next complete revolution?

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Q 32Q 32

A piece of thin uniform wire of mass m and length 3b is bent into an equilateral triangle. Find the moment of inertia of the wire triangle about an axis perpendicular to the plane of the triangle and passing through one of its vertices.
A) mb

^{2}B) mb^{2}C) mb^{2}D) mb^{2}E) mb^{2}Free

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Q 33Q 33

A slender uniform rod 100.00 cm long is used as a meter stick. Two parallel axes that are perpendicular to the rod are considered. The first axis passes through the 50-cm mark and the second axis passes through the 30-cm mark. What is the ratio of the moment of inertia through the second axis to the moment of inertia through the first axis?
A) I

_{2}/I_{1}= 1.5 B) I_{2}/I_{1}= 1.7 C) I_{2}/I_{1}= 1.9 D) I_{2}/I_{1}= 2.1 E) I_{2}/I_{1}= 2.3Free

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Q 34Q 34

A uniform solid sphere has a moment of inertia I about an axis tangent to its surface. What is the moment of inertia of this sphere about an axis through its center?
A) 1/7 I
B) 2/7 I
C) 2/5 I
D) 3/5 I
E) 7/5 I

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Q 35Q 35

In the figure, a weightlifter's barbell consists of two identical uniform spherical masses each with radius 0.17 m and mass of 50 kg. The weights are connected by a 0.96-m uniform steel rod with a mass of 12 kg. Find the moment of inertia of the barbell about the axis through the center (see figure).

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Q 36Q 36

An extremely light rod 1.00 m long has a 2.00-kg mass attached to one end and a 3.00-kg mass attached to the other. The system rotates at a constant angular speed about a fixed axis perpendicular to the rod that passes through the rod 30.0 cm from the end with the 3.00-kg mass attached. The kinetic energy of the system is measured to be 100.0 J.
(a) What is the moment of inertia of this system about the fixed axis?
(b) What is the angular speed (in revolutions per second) of this system?

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Q 37Q 37

A uniform solid sphere of mass M and radius R rotates with an angular speed ω about an axis through its center. A uniform solid cylinder of mass M, radius R, and length 2R rotates through an axis running through the central axis of the cylinder. What must be the angular speed of the cylinder so it will have the same rotational kinetic energy as the sphere?
A) 2ω/5
B) ω
C) 4ω/5
D) 2ω/
E) ω/

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Q 38Q 38

While spinning down from 500.0 rpm to rest, a solid uniform flywheel does of work. If the radius of the disk is
What is its mass?
A) 5.2 kg
B) 4.4 kg
C) 6.0 kg
D) 6.8 kg

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Q 39Q 39

At any angular speed, a certain uniform solid sphere of diameter D has half as much rotational kinetic energy as a certain uniform thin-walled hollow sphere of the same diameter when both are spinning about an axis through their centers. If the mass of the solid sphere is M, the mass of the hollow sphere is
A) 3/5 M.
B) 5/3 M.
C) 5/6 M.
D) 6/5 M.
E) 2 M.

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Q 40Q 40

A futuristic design for a car is to have a large solid disk-shaped flywheel within the car storing kinetic energy. The uniform flywheel has mass 370 kg with a radius of 0.500 m and can rotate up to 230 rev/s. Assuming all of this stored kinetic energy could be transferred to the linear velocity of the 1600-kg\ car, find the maximum attainable speed of the car.

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Q 41Q 41

In the figure, two blocks, of masses 2.00 kg and 3.00 kg, are connected by a light string that passes over a frictionless pulley of moment of inertia 0.00400 kg · m

^{2}and radius 5.00 cm. The coefficient of friction for the tabletop is 0.300. The blocks are released from rest. Using energy methods, find the speed of the upper block just as it has moved 0.600 m. A) 1.22 m/s B) 5.44 m/s C) 3.19 m/s D) 1.95 m/s E) 1.40 m/sFree

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Q 42Q 42

A 1.10-kg wrench is acting on a nut trying to turn it. The length of the wrench lies directly to the east of the nut. A force 150.0 N acts on the wrench at a position 15.0 cm from the center of the nut in a direction 30.0° north of east. What is the magnitude of the torque about the center of the nut?
A) 22.5 N∙m
B) 11.3 N∙m
C) 19.5 N∙m
D) 2250 N∙m
E) 1949 N∙m

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Q 43Q 43

A 95 N force exerted at the end of a 0.50 m long torque wrench gives rise to a torque of What is the angle (assumed to be less than 90°) between the wrench handle and the direction of the applied force?
A) 18°
B) 14°
C) 22°
D) 25°

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Q 44Q 44

A light triangular plate OAB is in a horizontal plane. Three forces, F

_{1}= 6.0 N, F_{2}= 9.0 N, and F_{3}= 7.0 N, act on the plate, which is pivoted about a vertical axes through point O. In the figure,_{2}is perpendicular to OB. Consider the counterclockwise sense as positive. The sum of the torques about the vertical axis through point O, acting on the plate due to forces F_{1}, F_{2}, and F_{3}, is closest to A) 4.1 N ∙ m B) 5.4 N ∙ m C) -4.1 N ∙ m D) -5.4 N ∙ m E) zeroFree

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Q 45Q 45

A force = 3.00 N
- 2.00 N
Acts at a location
= 1.00 m
+ 2.00 m
On an object. What is the torque that this force applies about an axis through the origin perpendicular to the xy-plane?
A) -1.00 N∙m
B) 7.00 N∙m
C) -3.00 N∙m
D) 5.00 N∙m
E) -8.00 N∙m

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Q 46Q 46

What is the torque about the origin on a particle located at

_{ }_{ }= 3 m + 4 m - 2 m If a force = 5 N - 2 N + 3 N Acts on the particle? A) (8 + - 26 ) N∙m B) (8 - 19 - 26 ) N∙m C) (8 + 2 + ) N∙m D) (16 - 19 - 26 ) N∙m E) (8 - 2 + ) N∙mFree

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Q 47Q 47

A 72.0-kg person pushes on a small doorknob with a force of 5.00 N perpendicular to the surface of the door. The doorknob is located 0.800 m from axis of the frictionless hinges of the door. The door begins to rotate with an angular acceleration of 2.00 rad/s

^{2}. What is the moment of inertia of the door about the hinges? A) 4.28 kg∙m^{2}B) 7.52 kg∙m^{2}C) 1.88 kg∙m^{2}D) 0.684 kg∙m^{2}E) 2.74 kg∙m^{2}Free

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Q 48Q 48

A torque of 12 N ∙ m is applied to a solid, uniform disk of radius 0.50 m, causing the disk to accelerate at 5.7 rad/s

^{2}. What is the mass of the disk? A) 17 kg B) 13 kg C) 8.5 kg D) 4.3 kgFree

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Q 49Q 49

In an experiment, a student brings up the rotational speed of a piece of laboratory apparatus to 30.0 rpm. She then allows the apparatus to slow down uniformly on its own, and counts 240 revolutions before the apparatus comes to a stop. The moment of inertia of the apparatus is known to be 0.0850 kg∙m

^{2}. What is the magnitude of the retarding torque on the apparatus? A) 0.0425 N∙m B) 0.159 N∙m C) 0.0787 N∙m D) 0.000278 N∙m E) 0.0000136 N∙mFree

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Q 50Q 50

A string is wrapped around a pulley with a radius of 2.0 cm and no appreciable friction in its axle. The pulley is initially not turning. A constant force of 50 N is applied to the string, which does not slip, causing the pulley to rotate and the string to unwind. If the string unwinds 1.2 m in 4.9 s, what is the moment of inertia of the pulley?
A) 0.17 kg∙m

^{2}B) 17 kg∙m^{2}C) 14 kg∙m^{2}D) 0.20 kg∙m^{2}E) 0.017 kg∙m^{2}Free

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Q 51Q 51

The rotating systems shown in the figure differ only in that the two identical movable masses are positioned a distance r from the axis of rotation (left), or a distance r/2 from the axis of rotation (right). You release the hanging blocks simultaneously from rest, and call t

_{L}the time taken by the block on the left and t_{R}the time taken by the block on the right to reach the bottom, respectively. The bar, pulley, and rope have negligible mass, the rope does not slip, and there is no friction in the axle of the pulley. Under these conditions A) t_{L}= t_{R}. B) t_{L}= t_{R}. C) t_{L}= t_{R}. D) t_{L}= 2t_{R}. E) t_{l}= 4t_{R}.Free

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Q 52Q 52

A solid uniform sphere of mass 1.85 kg and diameter 45.0 cm spins about an axle through its center. Starting with an angular velocity of 2.40 rev/s, it stops after turning through 18.2 rev with uniform acceleration. The net torque acting on this sphere as it is slowing down is closest to
A) 0.00593 N ∙ m.
B) 0.0372 N ∙ m.
C) 0.0466 N ∙ m.
D) 0.0620 N ∙ m.
E) 0.149 N ∙ m.

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Q 53Q 53

A very thin uniform rod, 2.40 m long and of weight 135 N, has a frictionless hinge at its lower end. It starts out vertically from rest and falls, pivoting about the hinge. Just as it has rotated through an angle of 55.0°, what is the downward acceleration of the end farthest from the hinge?
A) 5.02 m/s

^{2}B) 8.03 m/s^{2}C) 9.80 m/s^{2}D) 12.0 m/s^{2}E) 19.6 m/s^{2}Free

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Q 54Q 54

A very thin horizontal, 2.00-m long, 5.00-kg uniform beam that lies along the east-west direction is acted on by two forces. At the east end of the beam, a 200-N force pushes downward. At the west end of the beam, a 200-N force pushes upward. What is the angular acceleration of the beam?
A) 240 rad/s

^{2}north B) 1.33 × 10^{2}rad/s^{2}north C) zero D) 240 rad/s^{2}south E) 1.33 × 10^{2}rad/s^{2}southFree

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Q 55Q 55

In the figure, a very light rope is wrapped around a wheel of radius R = 2.0 meters and does not slip. The wheel is mounted with frictionless bearings on an axle through its center. A block of mass 14 kg is suspended from the end of the rope. When the system is released from rest it is observed that the block descends 10 meters in 2.0 seconds. What is the moment of inertia of the wheel?

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Q 56Q 56

A wheel has a radius of 0.40 m and is mounted on frictionless bearings. A block is suspended from a rope that is wound on the wheel and attached to it (see figure). The wheel is released from rest and the block descends 1.5 m in 2.00 s without any slipping of the rope. The tension in the rope during the descent of the block is 20 N. What is the moment of inertia of the wheel?
A) 3.5 kg · m

^{2}B) 3.7 kg · m^{2}C) 3.9 kg · m^{2}D) 4.1 kg · m^{2}E) 4.3 kg · m^{2}Free

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Q 57Q 57

In the figure, a mass of 31.77 kg is attached to a light string that is wrapped around a cylindrical spool of radius 10.0 cm and moment of inertia 4.00 kg · m

^{2}. The spool is suspended from the ceiling, and the mass is then released from rest a distance 5.70 m above the floor. How long does it take to reach the floor? A) 3.98 s B) 3.83 s C) 1.14 s D) 5.59 s E) 7.89 sFree

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Q 58Q 58

For the apparatus shown in the figure, there is no slipping between the cord and the surface of the pulley. The blocks have mass of 3.0 kg and 5.7 kg, and the pulley has a radius of 0.12 m and a mass of 10.3 kg. At the instant the 5.7 kg mass has fallen 1.5 m starting from rest, find the speed of each block. (Assume the pulley is in the shape of a uniform solid disk and has no friction in its axle.)

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Q 59Q 59

A thin cylindrical shell is released from rest and rolls without slipping down an inclined ramp that makes an angle of 30° with the horizontal. How long does it take it to travel the first 3.1 m?
A) 1.4 s
B) 1.1 s
C) 2.1 s
D) 1.6 s
E) 1.8 s

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Q 60Q 60

A uniform solid cylindrical log begins rolling without slipping down a ramp that rises 28.0° above the horizontal. After it has rolled 4.20 m along the ramp, what is the magnitude of the linear acceleration of its center of mass?
A) 9.80 m/s

^{2}B) 4.60 m/s^{2}C) 3.29 m/s^{2}D) 3.07 m/s^{2}E) 2.30 m/s^{2}Free

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Q 61Q 61

A lawn roller in the form of a uniform solid cylinder is being pulled horizontally by a horizontal force B applied to an axle through the center of the roller, as shown in the figure. The roller has radius 0.65 meters and mass 51 kg and rolls without slipping. What magnitude of the force B is required to give the center of mass of the roller an acceleration of 2.8 m/s

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Q 62Q 62

A uniform hollow spherical ball of mass 1.75 kg and radius 40.0 cm rolls without slipping up a ramp that rises at 30.0° above the horizontal. The speed of the ball at the base of the ramp is 2.63 m/s. While the ball is moving up the ramp, find
(a) the acceleration (magnitude and direction) of its center of mass and
(b) the friction force (magnitude and direction) acting on it due to the surface of the ramp.

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Q 63Q 63

A uniform solid sphere of mass 1.5 kg and diameter 30.0 cm starts from rest and rolls without slipping down a 35° incline that is 7.0 m long.
(a) Calculate the linear speed of the center of the sphere when it reaches the bottom of the incline.
(b) Determine the angular speed of the sphere about its center at the bottom of the incline.
(c) Through what angle (in radians) does this sphere turn as it rolls down the incline?
(d) Does the linear speed in (a) depend on the radius or mass of the sphere? Does the angular speed in (b) depend on the radius or mass of the sphere?

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Q 64Q 64

A uniform solid 5.25-kg cylinder is released from rest and rolls without slipping down an inclined plane inclined at 18° to the horizontal. How fast is it moving after it has rolled 2.2 m down the plane?
A) 4.3 m/s
B) 5.2 m/s
C) 3.0 m/s
D) 3.7 m/s
E) 2.6 m/s

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Q 65Q 65

A uniform solid cylinder of radius R and a thin uniform spherical shell of radius R both roll without slipping. If both objects have the same mass and the same kinetic energy, what is the ratio of the linear speed of the cylinder to the linear speed of the spherical shell?
A) / 2
B) / 2
C)
D) 4 /
E) 4 / 3

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Q 66Q 66

A uniform solid sphere is rolling without slipping along a horizontal surface with a speed of 5.50 m/s when it starts up a ramp that makes an angle of 25.0° with the horizontal. What is the speed of the sphere after it has rolled 3.00 m up the ramp, measured along the surface of the ramp?
A) 4.01 m/s
B) 8.02 m/s
C) 1.91 m/s
D) 2.16 m/s
E) 3.53 m/s

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Q 67Q 67

A solid, uniform sphere of mass 2.0 kg and radius 1.7 m rolls from rest without slipping down an inclined plane of height 7.0 m. What is the angular velocity of the sphere at the bottom of the inclined plane?
A) 5.8 rad/s
B) 9.9 rad/s
C) 11 rad/s
D) 7.0 rad/s

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Q 68Q 68

A uniform solid disk of radius 1.60 m and mass 2.30 kg rolls without slipping to the bottom of an inclined plane. If the angular velocity of the disk is 5.35 rad/s at the bottom, what is the height of the inclined plane?
A) 5.61 m
B) 4.21 m
C) 4.94 m
D) 6.73 m

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Q 69Q 69

Three solid, uniform, cylindrical flywheels, each of mass 65.0 kg and radius 1.47 m rotate independently around a common axis. Two of the flywheels rotate in one direction at 3.83 rad/s; the other rotates in the opposite direction at 3.42 rad/s. Calculate the magnitude of the net angular momentum of the system.
A) 298 kg∙m

^{2}/s B) 778 kg∙m^{2}/s C) 257 kg∙m^{2}/s D) 222 kg∙m^{2}/sFree

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Q 70Q 70

A potter's wheel, with rotational inertia 46 kg∙m

^{2}, is spinning freely at 40 rpm. The potter drops a lump of clay onto the wheel, where it sticks a distance 1.2 m from the rotational axis. If the subsequent angular speed of the wheel and clay is 32 rpm what is the mass of the clay? A) 8.0 kg B) 5.4 kg C) 7.0 kg D) 8.8 kgFree

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Q 71Q 71

A bicycle is traveling north at 5.0 m/s. The mass of the wheel, 2.0 kg, is uniformly distributed along the rim, which has a radius of 20 cm. What are the magnitude and direction of the angular momentum of the wheel about its axle?
A) 2.0 kg∙m

^{2}/s towards the west B) 5.0 kg∙m^{2}/s vertically upwards C) 2.0 kg∙m^{2}/s towards the east D) 5.0 kg∙m^{2}/s towards the east E) 5.0 kg∙m^{2}/s towards the westFree

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Q 72Q 72

A 500-g particle is located at the point = 4m
+ 3m
- 2m
And is moving with a velocity
= 5 m/s
-2 ms
+ 4 m/s
. What is the angular momentum of this particle about the origin?
A) (24 - 6 - 8 ) kg∙m

^{2}/s B) (12 - 3 - 4 ) kg∙m^{2}/s C) (8 + 14 - 13 ) kg∙m^{2}/s D) (10 - + 2 ) kg∙m^{2}/s E) (4 - 13 - 11.5 ) kg∙m^{2}/sFree

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Q 73Q 73

A figure skater rotating at 5.00 rad/s with arms extended has a moment of inertia of 2.25 kg∙m

^{2}. If the arms are pulled in so the moment of inertia decreases to 1.80 kg∙m^{2}, what is the final angular speed? A) 2.25 rad/s B) 4.60 rad/s C) 6.25 rad/s D) 1.76 rad/s E) 0.810 rad/sFree

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Q 74Q 74

A 5.0-m radius playground merry-go-round with a moment of inertia of 2000 kg∙m

^{2}is rotating freely with an angular speed of 1.0 rad/s. Two people, each having a mass of 60 kg, are standing right outside the edge of the merry-go-round and step on it with negligible speed. What is the angular speed of the merry-go-round right after the two people have stepped on? A) 0.20 rad/s B) 0.40 rad/s C) 0.60 rad/s D) 0.80 rad/s E) 0.67 rad/sFree

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Q 75Q 75

A record is dropped vertically onto a freely rotating (undriven) turntable. Frictional forces act to bring the record and turntable to a common angular speed. If the rotational inertia of the record is 0.54 times that of the turntable, what percentage of the initial kinetic energy is lost?
A) 35%
B) 18%
C) 46%
D) 60%

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Q 76Q 76

A turntable has a radius of 0.80 m and a moment of inertia of 2.0 kg · m

^{2}. The turntable is rotating with an angular velocity of 1.5 rad/s about a vertical axis though its center on frictionless bearings. A very small 0.40-kg ball is projected horizontally toward the turntable axis with a velocity of 3.0 m/s. The ball is caught by a very small and very light cup-shaped mechanism on the rim of the turntable (see figure). What is the angular velocity of the turntable just after the ball is caught? A) 2.1 rad/s B) 1.3 rad/s C) 0.94 rad/s D) 0.75 rad/s E) 0.30 rad/sFree

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Q 77Q 77

A turntable has a radius of 0.80 m and a moment of inertia of 2.0 kg · m

^{2}. The turntable is rotating with an angular velocity of 1.5 rad/s about a vertical axis though its center on frictionless bearings. A very small 0.40-kg ball is projected horizontally toward the turntable axis with a velocity of 3.0 m/s. The ball is caught by a very small and very light cup-shaped mechanism on the rim of the turntable (see figure). The percent of the initial kinetic energy of the system that is lost during the capture of the ball is closest to A) 45%. B) 51%. C) 55%. D) 60%. E) 65%.Free

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Q 78Q 78

A uniform disk has a mass of 3.7 kg and a radius of 0.40 m. The disk is mounted on frictionless bearings and is used as a turntable. The turntable is initially rotating at 30 rpm. A thin-walled hollow cylinder has the same mass and radius as the disk. It is released from rest, just above the turntable, and on the same vertical axis. The hollow cylinder slips on the turntable for 0.20 s until it acquires the same final angular velocity as the turntable. What is the final angular momentum of the system?
A) 0.93 kg∙m

^{2}/s B) 1.1 kg∙m^{2}/s C) 1.3 kg∙m^{2}/s D) 1.6 kg∙m^{2}/s E) 1.9 kg∙m^{2}/sFree

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Q 79Q 79

A light board, 10 m long, is supported by two sawhorses, one at one edge of the board and a second at the midpoint. A small 40-N weight is placed between the two sawhorses, 3.0 m from the edge and 2.0 m from the center. What forces are exerted by the sawhorses on the board?

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Q 80Q 80

An 82.0 kg-diver stands at the edge of a light 5.00-m diving board, which is supported by two narrow pillars 1.60 m apart, as shown in the figure. Find the magnitude and direction of the force exerted on the diving board
(a) by pillar A.
(b) by pillar B.

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Q 81Q 81

A 20.0-kg uniform plank is supported by the floor at one end and by a vertical rope at the other as shown in the figure. A 50.0-kg mass person stands on the plank a distance three-fourths of the length plank from the end on the floor.
(a) What is the tension in the rope?
(b) What is the magnitude of the force that the floor exerts on the plank?

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Q 82Q 82

A 3.00-kg ball rests in a frictionless groove as shown in the figure.
(a) What is the magnitude of the force that the left side of the groove exerts on the ball?
(b) What is the magnitude of the force that the right side of the groove exerts on the ball?

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Q 83Q 83

A nonuniform, 80.0-g, meterstick balances when the support is placed at the 51.0-cm mark. At what location on the meterstick should a 5.00-g tack be placed so that the stick will balance at the 50.0 cm mark?
A) 16.0 cm
B) 67.0 cm
C) 66.0 cm
D) 35.0 cm
E) 34.0 cm

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Q 84Q 84

A 30.0-kg child sits on one end of a long uniform beam having a mass of 20.0 kg, and a 40.0-kg child sits on the other end. The beam balances when a fulcrum is placed below the beam a distance 1.10 m from the 30.0-kg child. How long is the beam?
A) 2.12 m
B) 1.98 m
C) 1.93 m
D) 2.07 m
E) 2.20 m

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Q 85Q 85

In the figure, the horizontal lower arm has a mass of 2.8 kg and its center of gravity is 12 cm from the elbow joint pivot. How much force F

_{M}must the vertical extensor muscle in the upper arm exert on the lower arm to hold a 7.5 kg shot put? A) 100 N B) 500 N C) 750 N D) 1000 N E) 1500 NFree

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Q 86Q 86

A 5.0-m long, 12-kg uniform ladder rests against a smooth vertical wall with the bottom of the ladder 3.0 m from the wall. The coefficient of static friction between the floor and the ladder is 0.28. What distance, measured along the ladder from the bottom, can a 60-kg person climb before the ladder starts to slip?
A) 4.0 m
B) 3.7 m
C) 1.7 m
D) 1.3 m
E) 3.3 m

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Q 87Q 87

A stepladder consists of two halves, hinged at the top, and connected by a tie rod that keeps the two halves from spreading apart. In this particular instance, the two halves are 2.50 m long, the tie rod is connected to the center of each half and is 70.0 cm long. An 800-N person stands 3/5 of the way up the stepladder, as shown in the figure. Neglecting the weight of the ladder, and assuming that the ladder is resting on a smooth floor, what is the tension in the tie rod? Note: To solve this problem you must "cut" the ladder in half and consider the equilibrium of forces and torques acting on each half of the ladder.
A) 140 N
B) 240 N
C) 280 N
D) 360 N
E) 560 N

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Q 88Q 88

Two identical ladders are 3.0 m long and weigh 600 N each. They are connected by a hinge at the top and are held together by a horizontal rope, 1.0 m above the smooth floor forming a symmetric "A" arrangement. The angle between the ladders is 60° and both ladders have their center of gravity at their midpoint. What is the tension in the rope?
A) 240 N
B) 300 N
C) 220 N
D) 260 N
E) 280 N

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Q 89Q 89

A 120-kg refrigerator, 2.00 m tall and 85.0 cm wide, has its center of mass at its geometrical center. You are attempting to slide it along the floor by pushing horizontally on the side of the refrigerator. The coefficient of static friction between the floor and the refrigerator is 0.300. Depending on where you push, the refrigerator may start to tip over before it starts to slide along the floor. What is the highest distance above the floor that you can push the refrigerator so that it won't tip before it begins to slide?
A) 0.710 m
B) 1.00 m
C) 1.21 m
D) 1.42 m
E) 1.63 m

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Q 90Q 90

A child is trying to stack two uniform wooden blocks, 12 cm in length, so they will protrude as much as possible over the edge of a table, without tipping over, as shown in the figure. What is the maximum possible overhang distance d?
A) 5 cm
B) 6 cm
C) 7 cm
D) 8 cm
E) 9 cm

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Q 91Q 91

A uniform sign is supported against a wall at point P as shown in the figure. If the sign is a square 0.40 m on a side and its mass is 4.0 kg, what is the magnitude of the horizontal force that the wall at P experiences?
A) 20 N
B) 0.00 N
C) 7.8 N
D) 98 N

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Q 92Q 92

A uniform 300-kg beam, 6.00 m long, is freely pivoted at P, as shown in the figure. The beam is supported in a horizontal position by a light strut, 5.00 m long, which is freely pivoted at Q and is loosely pinned to the beam at R. A load of mass is suspended from the end of the beam at S. A maximum compression of 23,000 N in the strut is permitted, due to safety. The maximum mass M of the load is closest to
A) 789 kg.
B) 554 kg.
C) 1020 kg.
D) 1090 kg.
E) 1320 kg.

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Q 93Q 93

A uniform 300-kg beam, 6.00 m long, is freely pivoted at P, as shown in the figure. The beam is supported in a horizontal position by a light strut, 5.00 m long, which is freely pivoted at Q and is loosely pinned to the beam at R. A load of mass is suspended from the end of the beam at S. A maximum compression of 23,000 N in the strut is permitted, due to safety. Under maximum load, find the magnitude of the x component of the force exerted on the beam by the pivot at P.
A) 13,800 N
B) 12,800 N
C) 11,200 N
D) 14,400 N
E) 16,000 N

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Q 94Q 94

A 10.0-kg uniform ladder that is 2.50 m long is placed against a smooth vertical wall and reaches to a height of 2.10 m, as shown in the figure. The base of the ladder rests on a rough horizontal floor whose coefficient of static friction with the ladder is 0.800. An 80.0-kg bucket of concrete is suspended from the top rung of the ladder, right next to the wall, as shown in the figure. What is the magnitude of the friction force that the floor exerts on the ladder?
A) 538 N
B) 706 N
C) 1290 N
D) 833 N
E) 601 N

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Q 95Q 95

A dump truck has a large cubical concrete block in its bed. The coefficients of friction between this block and the floor of the bed are µ

_{k}= 0.450 and µ_{s}= 0.650. As the bed is slowly tilted above the horizontal, will the brick first begin to slide or will it first tip over? A) It will first tip over. B) It will first begin to slide. C) It will tip over just as it begins to slide. D) It is impossible to answer without knowing the mass of the block. E) It is impossible to answer without knowing the dimensions of the block.Free

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Q 96Q 96

A solid uniform brick is placed on a sheet of wood. When one end of the sheet is raised (see figure), you observe that the maximum that the angle θ can be without tipping over the brick is 49.6°. There is enough friction to prevent the brick from sliding. What is the width w of the brick?
A) 5.18 cm
B) 6.09 cm
C) 6.81 cm
D) 9.40 cm
E) 10.5 cm

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Q 97Q 97

A 20.0-kg uniform door has a width of 1.20 m and a height of 2.50 m. The door is mounted on a post by a pair of hinges, marked 1 and 2 in the figure, at the top and bottom of the door. An external force of 60.0 N, at an angle of 30.0° above the horizontal, is applied to the small doorknob, as shown in the figure. The doorknob is 1.00 m above the bottom of the door.
(a) Find the x component of the force that hinge 1 exerts on the door at the top.
(b) Find the SUM of the y components of the forces that hinges 1 and 2 together exert on the door.

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Q 98Q 98

In the figure, a uniform rectangular crate 0.40 m wide and 1.0 m tall rests on a horizontal surface. The crate weighs 930 N, and its center of gravity is at its geometric center. A horizontal force F is applied at a distance h above the floor. If h = 0.61 m, what minimum value of F is required to make the crate start to tip over? Static friction is large enough that the crate does not start to slide.

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Q 99Q 99

In the figure, a 10.0-m long bar is attached by a frictionless hinge to a wall and held horizontal by a rope that makes an angle θ of 53° with the bar. The bar is uniform and weighs 39.9 N. How far from the hinge should a 10.0-kg mass be suspended for the tension T in the rope to be 125 N?

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Q 100Q 100

In the figure, a uniform ladder 12 meters long rests against a vertical frictionless wall. The ladder weighs 400 N and makes an angle θ of 79° with the floor. A man weighing 790 N climbs slowly up the ladder When he has climbed to a point that is 7.8 m from the base of the ladder, the ladder starts to slip. What is the coefficient of static friction between the floor and the ladder?

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Q 101Q 101

A 2.00-m rod of negligible mass connects two very small objects at its ends. The mass of one object is 1.00 kg and the mass of the other is unknown. The center of mass of this system is on the rod a distance 1.60 m from the 1.00-kg mass object. What is the mass of the other object?
A) 4.11 kg
B) 3.22 kg
C) 4.00 kg
D) 0.250 kg
E) 0.800 kg

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Q 102Q 102

A uniform piece of wire, 20 cm long, is bent in a right angle in the center to give it an L-shape. How far from the bend is the center of mass of the bent wire?
A) 2.5 cm
B) 3.5 cm
C) 4.5 cm
D) 5.0 cm
E) 7.1 cm

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Q 103Q 103

A long thin rod of length L has a linear density λ(x) = Ax where x is the distance from the left end of the rod.
(a) How far is the center of mass of the rod from the left end of the rod?
(b) What is the mass of the rod?

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Q 104Q 104

In the figure, four point masses are placed as shown. The x and y coordinates of the center of mass are closest to
A) (2.2 m, 2.6 m).
B) (2.2 m, 2.7 m).
C) (2.3 m, 2.6 m).
D) (2.3 m, 2.7 m).
E) (2.3 m, 2.8 m).

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Q 105Q 105

In the figure, a 60-cm length of uniform wire, of 60 g mass and negligible thickness, is bent into a right triangle. The x and y coordinates of the center of mass, in cm, are closest to
A) (8, 3).
B) (8, 5).
C) (9, 4).
D) (10, 3).
E) (10, 5).

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Q 106Q 106

A 310-g air track cart is traveling at 1.25 m/s and a 260-g cart traveling in the opposite direction at 1.33 m/s. What is the speed of the center of mass of the two carts?
A) 2.80 m/s
B) 0.0732 m/s
C) 0.131 m/s
D) 1.47 m/s
E) 1.29 m/s

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Q 107Q 107

What is the vector product of = 2.00
+ 3.00
+ 1.00
And
= 1.00
- 3.00
- 2.00
?
A) -3.00 + 5.00 - 9.00
B) -5.00 + 2.00 - 6.00
C) -9.00 - 3.00 - 3.00
D) -4.00 + 3.00 - 1.00
E) 2.00 -9.00 - 2.00

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Q 108Q 108

What is the magnitude of the cross product of a vector of magnitude 2.00 m pointing east and a vector of magnitude 4.00 m pointing 30.0° west of north?
A) 6.93
B) -6.93
C) 4.00
D) -4.00
E) 8.00

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Q 109Q 109

If the magnitude of the cross product of two vectors is one-half the dot product of the same vectors, what is the angle between the two vectors?

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Q 111Q 111

If = -2
- 6
+ 2
And
= -2
-2
- 3
, which of the following numbers is closest to the magnitude of
×
?
A) 25
B) 21
C) 17
D) 13
E) 9

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Q 112Q 112

For the vectors shown in the figure, find the magnitude and direction of ×
, assuming that the quantities shown are accurate to two significant figures.
A) 26, directed into the plane
B) 26, directed out of the plane
C) 31, directed on the plane
D) 31, directed into the plane
E) 31, directed out of the plane

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Q 113Q 113

For the vectors shown in the figure, find the magnitude and direction of the vector product ×
, assuming that the quantities shown are accurate to two significant figures.
A) 16, directed into the plane
B) 16, directed out of the plane
C) 45, directed on the plane
D) 45, directed into the plane
E) 45, directed out of the plane

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