Icy slope and sled

The icy slope A frictionless icy slope of angle $\theta$ having a length $L$, followed by a horizontal portion, then by a bump ($R$) make a frictionless path as in the image. The weight of the sled on this path is C*TrueWeight when the sled is exactly at the bump’s top, ($0 < = C

Mechanics (Homework 7)

1. A curve or radius 55 m is banked so that a car traveling w/uniform speed 63 km/hr can round the curve w/out relying on friction to keep from sliding to the left or right.  Acceleration of gravity is 9.8m/s2.  What is the angle $\theta$? Answer in degrees.2. Two Part Question: Part 1: A small

Thrown Ball and Equilibrium

1. A putting green is located 420 m horizontally and 74.9 m vertically from the tee. What must be the magnitude and direction of the initial velocity if a ball leaving the tee is to strike this green after an elapsed time of 7 seconds?2. A 10 m long, 300 N uniform pole is supported

Mechanics 6 Questions

1) An object of mass 5.0 kg revolves at 600 rpm in a horizontal circle of radius 1.5 m. Determine the a) period of the object’s motion in secondsb) object’s speedc) magnitude of the centripetal accelerationd) magnitude of the centripetal force acting on the object. 2) A 2.0 kg object is released from rest from

Advanced Mechanics (Set 1)

1. A particle experiences two forces.  One constant force is given as F = F_0 x(^) (vector F = F(initial) * x(unit vector)) and the other force is a drag force that is proportional to the velocity with proportionality constant ß.Write out Newton’s 2nd Law for this particle and solve the differential equation for the

Mechanics Homework, Set 1

  1. A race car makes two and a half laps around a circular track in 3.7 MIN. What is the car’s average angular speed? Express your answer using two significant figures. 2. A wheel of radius 1.2 M rotates at a uniform speed. If a point on the rim of the wheel has a centripetal acceleration of 2.8 m/s s,