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# PROBLEMI(questions16)

Aballisthrownstraightupintheairwithavelocityof40m/s.
1)Whatisthespeedoftheballrightbeforeithitstheground?(neglectingairresistance)

speed=0m/s
speed=10m/s
speed=20m/s
speed=40m/s
speed=80m/s

2)Howlongwilltheballbeintheair?

Time=3.57s
Time=8.16s
Time=12.46s
Time=20s
Time=40s

3)Howhighwilltheballgo?

Height=40.0m
Height=52.5m
Height=66.1m
Height=75.0m
Height=81.6m

4)After6s,whatisthepositionoftheball?(abovetheground)

Position=0m
Position=21.6m
Position=40.6m
Position=63.6m
Position=81.6m

5)After6s,whatisthevelocityoftheball?(assumeupisthepositivedirection)

40.0m/s
18.8m/s
0m/s
18.8m/s
40.0m/s

6)After6s,whatistheaccelerationoftheball?(assumeupisthepositivedirection)
40m/s2
9.8m/s2
0m/s2
+9.8m/s2
+40m/s2

PROBLEMII(question7)
speedof25miles/hr.
7)HowlongaftercarBleaveswillitinterceptcarA?

Halfanhourlater
Twohourslater
Threehourslater
Fourhourslater
Fivehourslater

Thisgraphshowsthevelocityofanobjectversustime.
8)Overwhichtimeintervalistheobjectmovingatconstantvelocity?

t=0stot=1.5s
t=1.5stot=3s
t=3stot=4s
t=4stot=5s

9)Atwhichtimedoestheobjectchangeitsdirectionofmotion?

1.5s

3s
4s
5s
Noneoftheabove

10)Whatistheaccelerationoverthefirstsecond?

0m/s2
5m/s2
6.67m/s2
10m/s2
20m/s2

11)Whatisthenetdisplacementoftheobjectafter6seconds?

positive
zero
negative

12)Atwhattimeistheobjectfarthestfromthestartingpoint?

1.5s
3s
4s
5s
6s

13)Whatistheaccelerationat2sand4s,respectively?

positive,negative
positive,zero
positive,positive
negative,negative
negative,zero
negative,positive
zero,negative
zero,zero
zero,positive

Anoarsmancanrowhisboat3mphinstillwater.HesetsoutontheIllinoisRiver,whichflowsat5mph.Weareinterestedinwhatan
observeronshoremeasures.

2mph

3mph
5mph
7mph
8mph

going?

upstream
downstream
theobserverseestheboatstandingstill!

Quiz 02
fromitsstartingpoint.
1)Whichofthefollowingstatementsconcerningv1istrue?

## v1 < 12.5 m/s

v1 = 12.5 m/s
v1 > 12.5 m/s
2)Whenthetruckhastravelledforatimet2=t0/2,itsdistancefromitsstartingpointiss2.Whichofthefollowingstatementsconcernings2
istrue?

s2 < 60 m
s2 = 60 m
s2 > 60 m
3)Howlongdoesittakeforthepickuptoreachitsspeedof25m/s?

t0
t0
t0
t0
t0

=
=
=
=
=

3.1 s
4.8 s
6.8 s
9.6 s
13.4 s

Thenexttwoquestionsconcernthegraphshownbelow.Thisgraphshowsv,theonedimensionalvelocityofacart,asafunctionoftime.
Thecartstarteditsmotionfromrestatpositionx=0.

istrue?

a2.5 < 0
a2.5 = 0
a2.5 > 0

x3 < 0
x3 = 0
x3 > 0
directlyacrosstheriverwhileboat2ispointedatanangle=60degreeswithrespecttotheshoreasshowninthediagrambelow.The
currentintherivermovesatspeedv0=2m/sasshown.Thenextthreequestionspertaintothissituation.

6)Whichboattakestheleastamountoftimetocrosstheriver?

## Boat 1 takes the least time.

Boat 2 takes the least time.
Each boat takes the same amount of time.
7)Whichboatmoveswiththegreaterspeedwithrespecttotheshore?

Boat 1 moves with the greater speed with respect to the shore.
Boat 2 moves with the greater speed with respect to the shore.
They both move at the same speed with respect to the shore.
8)Howfardownstream(D)isboat2whenitreachestheothersideoftheriver?

D = 7.1 m
D = 7.9 m

D = 10.0 m
D = 14.6 m
D = 19.3 m
TwoprojectilesarelaunchedfromacliffofheightH=16masshowninthediagrambelow.Projectile1islaunchedwithvelocityv 1=12
m/satanangle,where=35degrees.Projectile2islaunchedwithvelocityv2=12m/satanangle,where=50degrees.Thenext
sixquestionspertaintothisphysicalsituation.

9)Iftheprojectilesarelauchedatthesametime,whichprojectilelandsfirst?

## Projectile 1 lands first.

Projectile 2 lands first.
The projectiles land at the same time.

10)Whatisthemaximumheightofprojectile2abovetheground?(notfromthetopofthecliff)

y
y
y
y
y

=
=
=
=
=

7.9 m
11.3 m
20.3 m
26.0 m
38.4 m

11)Atthetopofprojectile2'spath,whatisitsspeed?

v
v
v
v
v

=
=
=
=
=

0 m/s
5.6 m/s
7.7 m/s
9.8 m/s
12.0 m/s

12)Howfarfromthecliffdoesprojectile2landfromthebaseofthecliff?

x = 19.1 m
x = 22.9 m

x = 27.5 m
x = 30.1 m
x = 31.3 m
13)Rightbeforeprojectile2hitstheground,whatisitsspeed?

v
v
v
v
v

=
=
=
=
=

0 m/s
12.0 m/s
18.7 m/s
21.4 m/s
30.3 m/s

14)Whichprojectilelandsfartheraway?

## Projectile 1 lands farther away.

Projectile 2 lands farther away.
The projectiles land at the same distance from the cliff.
15)Acar'sinitialvelocityisalongthex(negativex)direction.Asitslowstoastop,itsacceleration:

is zero
points in the +x direction
points in the -x direction

Quiz 03
Anelevatorisascendingataconstantvelocity.Ablockofmassmissuspendedfromtheceilingoftheelevatorbyarope,asshowninthefigure.

1)WhichofthefollowingistrueofthemagnitudeofthetensionTintherope?

T = mg
T < mg (but greater than

zero)
T > mg
T=0
Nowassumetheelevatorisacceleratingupwardwithaconstantnonzeroacceleration.
2)WhichofthefollowingistrueofthemagnitudeofthetensionTintherope?

T
T
T
T

=
<
>
=

mg
mg (but greater than zero)
mg
0

Nowassumetheelevatorisacceleratingdownwithaconstantnonzeroacceleration.
3)WhichofthefollowingistrueofthemagnitudeofthetensionTintherope?

T
T
T
T

=
<
>
=

mg
mg (but greater than zero)
mg
0

Finally,assumetheelevatorisin"freefall"(acceleratingdownwithacceleration9.8m/s 2).
4)WhichofthefollowingistrueofthemagnitudeofthetensionTintherope?

T
T
T
T

=
<
>
=

mg
mg (but greater than zero)
mg
0

Ablockofmass5kgissuspendedbytworopesasshowninthepicturebelow.
Theanglethattherightropemakeswiththehorizontalis=45degrees.

5)Comparethetensionsinthetworopes.

## Tright < Tleft

Tright = Tleft
Tright > Tleft
6)Whatisthetensionintheleftrope?

T
T
T
T
T

=
=
=
=
=

0N
29 N
49 N
55 N
57 N

7)Ifthemassoftheblockwasincreasedthetensionintheleftropewould

Increase
Decrease
Remain the same
Aballisswunginahorizontalcircle(Aviewfromaboveisshownbelow).

8)Ifthestringiscutatthemomentshown,whichpathwilltheballtake?

A
B
C
D
E
Threeboxesareatrestonatabletopasshownbelow.

9)What

It is zero.
It is upward.
It is downward.

## All are zero.

All are upward.
All are downward.
It is different for each block.
11)Comparethemagnitudeoftheforcethe2kgblockexertsonthe1kgblockwiththemagnitudeoftheforcethe1kgblockexertsonthe
2kgblock.

## The forces are the same.

The force the 2 kg block exerts on the 1 kg block is less than the force the 1 kg block exerts on
the 2 kg block.
The force the 2 kg block exerts on the 1 kg block is greater than the force the 1 kg block exerts
the 2 kg block.
12)Whatistheforcethatthetableexertsonthe3kgblock?

0N
9.8 N
19.6 N
29.4 N
39.2 N
49 N
58.8 N
AboxwithmassMispulledacrossafrictionlesssurfacewithaconstantforceFasshownbelow.

13)Whatishorizontalaccelerationofthebox?

Mg
g
F

F/M
M
F/g
14)Whatisthenormalforceonthebox?

Mg
g
F
F/M
M
F/g
15)Aftertheblockisacceleratedfor5s,theforcestopspullingonthebox.Whathappens?

## The block comes to rest.

The block continues in the same direction with a constant speed.
The block continues to accelerate.
It depends on the values of F and M.

Quiz 04
Twoblocksarebeingpushedacrossahorizontalfloorwithacoefficientofkineticfriction=.3.ThemassofblockAis3kg,andthemassofblockB
is2kg.

1)IftheforcebeingappliedbythefingerisF,whatistheforcethatblockAappliestoblockB?

FAonB = F
FAonB = F/2
FAonB = 2F/5
2)IftheforceappliedbythefingerisF=20N,whatistheaccelerationoftheblocks?

a = .68 m/s2
a = .94 m/s2
a = 1.06 m/s2

3)Iftheforceappliedbythefingerwasdoubled,theaccelerationoftheblockswouldbe:

## less than twice as much

exactly twice as much
more than twice as much
Ablockofmass3.3kgissuspendedbytworopesasshowninthepicturebelow.
Theanglethattheleftropemakeswiththehorizontalis=40degrees.
Theanglethattherightropemakeswiththehorizontalis=30degrees.

4)Whatisthetensionintheleftrope?

T1 = 16.5 N
T1= 22.4 N
T1= 29.8 N

5)Whatisthetensionintherightrope?

T2 = 26.4 N
T2 = 30.2 N
T2 = 33.1 N
6)IfthemaximumtensionEITHERropecanwithstandis50N,whatisthemaximummassthatcanbesupportedinthissituation?

5.54 kg
8.94 kg
12.3 kg

Acartwithamassof20kgisinitiallyatrestonahorizontalfrictionlesssurfaceandisattachedtoablockof5kghangingvertically.

7)Whentheblocksarereleasedandaccelerating,whatisthetensionintherope?

T = 25 N
T = 39 N
T = 49 N
8)Iftheblockwasinitiallyhanging2mabovetheground,whatisthefinalvelocityoftheblockrightbeforeithitstheground?

v = 1.6 m/s
v = 2.1 m/s
v = 2.8 m/s
9)IfONLYthemassofthecartwasdoubled,thenthetensionintheropeastheblockwasfallingwould...

## remain the same

decrease
increase
10)Whatcoefficientoffrictionbetweencartandsurfacewouldbeneededtokeepthesystemfromaccelerating?(Using20kgasthemass
ofthecart.)

0.20
0.25
0.50
11)Inthissituation(withfriction),howdoesthetensionintheropecomparewiththeweightofthehangingblock?

## they are equal

the tension is greater than the weight of the block
the tension is less than the weight of the block

AblockwithmassM=4kgisheldagainstaverticalwallbyahorizontalforceF=75N.Thewallhascoefficientofstaticfriction=.6.

12)Whatisthenormalforceexertedbythewallontheblock?

39.2 N
23.52 N
75 N
13)Whatistheweightoftheblock?

39.2 N
23.52 N
75 N
14)Whatistheforceoffrictionholdingtheblockup?

39.2 N
23.52 N
75 N

15)TheforceFisreducedtoonly60Nanditisseenthattheblockacceleratesdownwitha=2m/s2.Whatisthecoefficientofkinetic
frictionbetweentheblockandthewall?

.30
.52
.74

Quiz 05

## half as much as on earth

one-forth as much as on earth
twice as much as on earth
four times as much as on earth

## the same as on earth

half as much as on earth
one-forth as much as on earth
twice as much as on earth
four times as much as on earth
3)Thesatellitehasamassof60kg.Whatistheforceofattractionbetweentheearthandthesatellite?

588 N
318 N
65.3 N
21.0 N
7.26 N
4)Whatisthecentripetalaccelerationofthesatellite?

88.2
29.4
9.80
3.27
1.09

m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2
m/s2

5)Withwhatspeedmustthesatellitemovetofollowacircularorbit?

4565 m/s
1987 m/s
567 m/s
222 m/s
18 m/s

increase

decrease
remain the same
Ablockisswungaroundinaverticalcircle.
topofthecircle?

2.9
3.6
4.8
6.1
7.7

N
N
N
N
N

8)Isthetensiongreaterorlessorequalatthebottomofthecircle?

## greater at the bottom

less at the bottom
the same at the bottom
9)Ifthevelocitywasincreased,thetensionatthetopwould:

increase
decrease
remain the same

increase
decrease
remain the same
11)Comparethemagnitudeofthenormalforceactingonthecarateachpoint:

## Nflat > Ntop of hill > Nbottom of dip

Nflat > Nbottom of dip > Ntop of hill
Nbottom of dip > Ntop of hill > Nflat
Nbottom of dip > Nflat > Ntop of hill
Ntop of hill > Nbottom of dip > Nflat
Ntop of hill > Nflat > Nbottom of dip
normalforceactingonthecarinthedip.

10459
19344
28625
37190
43840

N
N
N
N
N

13)Whatistheaccelerationofthecaratthebottomofthedip?

0 m/s2
9.8 m/s2
35.2 m/s2
45.0 m/s2
54.8 m/s2

10
12
14
16
18

m/s
m/s
m/s
m/s
m/s

0 m/s2
4.9 m/s2
9.8 m/s2
14.7 m/s2
19.6 m/s2

Quiz 06
A3kgboxispushedacrossafrictionlesshorizontalfloorwithaforceF=20Nthatmakesanangleof25withthehorizontal.Theboxmoves18m.
1)WhatistheworkdonebytheforceF?

529 J
360 J
326 J
210 J
0J
2)Whatistheworkdonebytheforceofgravityactingonthebox?

529 J
360 J

326 J
210 J
0J
3)Whatistheworkdonebythenormalforceactingonthebox?

529 J
360 J
326 J
210 J
0J

4)Iftheboxstartsatrest,whatisthefinalspeedofthebox?

12.3 m/s
14.7 m/s
16.0 m/s
18.0 m/s
21.9 m/s
A3kgboxispushedacrossahorizontalfloorWITHFRICTIONbyaforceF=20Nthatisparalleltothefloor.Theboxmoves18m.The
boxmoveswithCONSTANTSPEED.
5)WhatistheworkdonebytheforceF?

529 J
-529 J
360 J
-360 J
0J

6)Whatistheworkdonebytheforceoffrictionactingonthebox?

529 J
-529 J
360 J
-360 J
0J
hervelocityisvA=20m/sandcontinuesupasecondhill8metershighandbackdowntheotherside.HerentiretripuptopointCis
frictionless.AtpointCshebeginsstoppingandcomestoacompletestop48meterslateratpointD.

7)Whatistheheighthofthefirsthill?

h = 12.8 m
h = 32.5 m
h = 16.5 m
h = 28.6 m
h = 20.4 m
8)WhatisthespeedoftheskieratpointB?

0 m/s
12.8 m/s
15.6 m/s
18.3 m/s
20 m/s

9)WhatisthespeedoftheskieratpointC?

0 m/s
12.8 m/s
15.6 m/s
18.3 m/s
20 m/s
10)Whencomingdownthefirsthill,atwhatheightoffthegroundwilltheSPEEDoftheskierbehalfofitsvalueatpointA?

## at a distance h off the ground

at a distance .75h off the ground
at a distance .5h off the ground
at a distance .25h off the ground

11)Whatisthemagnitudeoftheworkdonebyfrictionontheskierinstoppingher?

W = 10000 J
W = 11200 J
W = 12300 J
W = 12300 J
W = 12300 J
12)WhatisthecoefficientoffrictionintheregionfromCtoD?

.425
.587
.615
.736
.822

13)IfthemassoftheskierweredoubledhowwouldthespeedatpointAchange?

increase
remain the same
decrease
14)Ifthemassoftheskierweredoubledhowwouldthestoppingdistancechange?

increase
remain the same
decrease

15)Ifthemassoftheskierweredoubledhowwouldthemagnitudeoftheworkdonebyfrictionchange?

increase
remain the same
decrease