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Consider this situation diagrammed (not too scale). The beam...

Consider this situation diagrammed (not too scale). The beam has a mass of 30 I 0.5kg. In your tool kit, you have your red herring, the rubber bands and your really crappy 5 m long tape measure with centimeter divisions. You found on the floor, a broken piece of a ruler that is 3.7 cm long with mm...

You have a smoke detector that you are mounting on a 60 degr...

You have a smoke detector that you are mounting on a 60 degree from horizontal sloped ceiling (that is one wickedly steep ceiling!). The smoke detector has a mass of 1.5 kg (pretty beefy!). To help you mount the detector you have the Acme patented compression spring smoke detector holder. It consist...

3. Mass on a Wedge A point particle (mass m) is released fr...

3. Mass on a Wedge A point particle (mass m) is released from rest at the top of a wedge (length L, mass M, making angle a with the horizontal). The L wedge is on a horizontal table (see diagram to right). Mass m slides down the incline to the left; the wedge slides to the right. m M Assum...

The force on a particle, acting along the x axis, varies as ...

The force on a particle, acting along the x axis, varies as shown in the figure. 400 300 200 100 x (m) -100 5 10 5 -200 (a) Determine the work done by this force to move the particle along the x axis from x = 0.0 to x = 5.0 m. J (b) Determine the work done by this force to move the par...

2. Rotating Wire NOTE: For this problem, use spherical pola...

2. Rotating Wire NOTE: For this problem, use spherical polar coordinates (tates) to locate the mass. A long straight wire rotates about the z-axis at constant angular w do velocity w = k; keeping the angle e (between the wire and the m z-axis) constant. At t = 0, a bead (point mass m) is at...

4. circuit. A radio Suppose can be tuned that into the minim...

4. circuit. A radio Suppose can be tuned that into the minimum a particular capacitance station frequency of by adjusting the capacitance in a) is Find 1.53 the MHz inductance of the coil connected to this a capacitor variable capacitor if the oscillation in a radio is 4.12 an pF. LC set to its mi...

VI. 1. By identifying the forces in the centripetal force ...

VI. 1. By identifying the forces in the centripetal force apparatus. Illustrate and discuss the relationship VI. GUIDE QUESTIONS FOR ANALYSIS AND DISCUSSION between the counterweight and the centripetal force. Rubber stopper r Tube Paper clip String Counter-weight. 2. As the mass of the c...

Attwood's machine A uniform circular pulley of mass 2m can r...

Attwood's machine A uniform circular pulley of mass 2m can rotate treely about Its axis 12.2 of symmetry which is fixed in a horizontal position. Two masses m, 3m are connected by light inextensible string which passes over the pulley without slipping. The whole system undergoes a planar motion...

2. Fermat Revisited (80 points total) An solid in the shape...

2. Fermat Revisited (80 points total) An solid in the shape of an equilateral triangle of side S increases in optical density as y increases, according to: n(y)=3.30y+1.20 where y is the vertical distance, in meters. A beam of light traveling in air (n = 1.00) in the x-y plane strikes the solid...

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