See attachment please. Need FBD for each case. The 0.2 kg ball ( ball is sliding not rotating) and the supporting cord are revolving about the vertical axis on the fixed smooth conical surface with an angular velocity of W = 4 radians/sec. The green ball is held in position b = .3 m by the tension T in the yellow cord. If b
Point A is moving in the direction vertical at a constant velocity of Vo = 2 and calculate the normal and tangential components of acceleration of point A when omega = 3 and Radius = 0.06m. See attachment for diagram.
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Could someone help me to derive the equations of motions for the system shown in the attach file. Basically it's a 2-dimensional "box" which should be stabilized on its rotating(pin) joint by adjusting counterweights m1 and m2 with linear motors. Counterweights m1 and m2 can move of speed v1 and v2 respectively. We can assume th
A person is hanging motionless from a vertical rope over a swimming pool. She let it go of the rope and drops straight down. After letting go, is it possible for her to curl into a ball and start spinning? Give a brief justification for your answer.
(A)A particle with spin 1 has orbital angular momentum L_lowercase=0. What are the possible values for the total angular momentum Quantum number j? (B)The same particle has L_lowercase=3. What are the possible values for j? I need to know how to do a problem like this, detailed solution please.
Sam throws a 0.15 kg rubber ball down onto the floor. The ball's speed just before impact is 6.5 m/s, and just after is 3.5 m/s.
Please help me with the steps. 1. Sam throws a 0.15 kg rubber ball down onto the floor. The ball's speed just before impact is 6.5 m/s, and just after is 3.5 m/s. If the ball is in contact with the floor for 0.025 sec, what is the magnitude of the average force applied by the floor on the ball? 2. A bowling ball has a mass o
Part 1 An electron microscope operates with a beam of electrons, each of which has an energy of 20 KeV. Use the uncertainty principle in the form delta(x)delta(p) (greater or equal to) h/2 to find the smallest size that such a device could resolve. Planck's constant is 1.0552 × 10^-34 J · s. Answer in units of pm. Part 2
The governor for an engine, consists of two balls, each of mass m, attached by light arms to sleeves on a rotating rod. The upper sleeve is fixed to the rod, and the lower one of mass M is free to move up and down. Assume the arms to be massless and the angular velocity w to be costant. Find the Lagrangian and Hamiltonian functi
A boy is riding a bicycle. Radius of the wheel is .26m and a constant angular velocity of the wheel is .373 rev/sec. Determine the boys velocity Determine the linear velocity of a point on the top of the tire Determine the linear velocity of a point on the bottom of the tire in contact with the ground.
A 6 kg particle moves to the right at 4 m/s. Calculate its angular momentum with respect to a point O that is found at distance 2m from the particle at angle of 30 degrees below the x-axis (see file for figure).
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In rewinding an audio- or videotape, why does the tape wind up faster at the end than at the beginning?
1. The figure skater effect. Figure 1 (see attachment) shows the world-renowned Russian figure skater Alicia Itzolova, celebrated for her remarkably cylindrical figure. As she enters her final spin, she may be modelled as a homogeneous cylinder of radius R, height h, and density _, with outstretched arms. The arms are cylinders
A comet in a parabolic orbit around the sun has a least distance of kR, k < 1. Show that the time during which the comets distance is less than R is: (1/3*pi)[2(1-k)]^1/2 * (1+2k) years
A comet in a parabolic orbit around the sun has a least distance of kR, k < 1. Show that the time during which the comets distance is less than R is: (1/3*pi)[2(1-k)]^1/2 * (1+2k) years I have derived the following expression for t as a function of r: t = the integral from r to ro of [2/m (E - u(r) - l^2/2mr^2)]^-1/2 dr
Question #1 A grindstone of radius 4.0m is initially spinning with an angular speed of 8.0 rad/s. The angular speed is then increased to 10 rad/s over the next 4.0 seconds. Assume that the angular acceleration is constant. A. What is the average angular speed of the grindstone? B. What is the magnitude of the angular acceler
1) Evaluate the work done W= Int (from O to P) F  dr = Int (from O to P) (Fx dx + Fy dy) by the two-dimensional force F = (x2, 2x, y) along the three paths joining the origin to the point P = (1, 1) and defined as follows: (a) This path goes along the x axis to Q = (1,0) and then straight up to P. (Divide the integral i
The energy and angular momentum of a particle inside a central potential are given by: E = ½*μ *(dr/dt) + V(r) L = μ* r^2 *(dθ/dt)^2 V(r) = (G*μ*M)/r + L^2/(2*μ*r^2) a) Solve these two equations for dr/dt and dθ/dt and show that: dr/dt = +/- [ 2/(μ*(E - V(r)))]^1/2 dθ/dt =
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(See attached file for full problem description) My question is that 'Induct this relativistic Doppler shift.' There is a picture file below.
(See attached file for full problem description) --- 3. Let denote the eigenstates of L2 and Lx; i.e. L2 = l(l+1)h-bar2 and Lx = m*h-bar* a. Explain briefly why you can always express any given as a superposition of spherical harmonics Yl'm' with l'=l. b. In particular, for each m = +1,0,-1, find the constants a,
(See attached file for full problem description) --- 2. A particle of mass m is constrained to move between two concentric, impermeable spheres of radii r = a and r = b. The potential V( r ) = 0 between the spheres (a<r<b), and V(r) = otherwise. Find all of the zero angular momentum (l = 0) normalized energy eigenstates, a
Consider the helium ion: 4, 2 He+, which has two protons and two neutrons in its nucleus. a. What are the two main differences in the description of the motion of the electron in this ion compared to that in in H-atom. b. Write down the normalized first excited state wave function u_210 for this ion. Define your symbols very
A uniform rod of mass m_1 and length L rotates in a horizontal plane about a fixed axis through its center and perpendicular to the rod. Two small rings, each with mass m_2, are mounted so that they can slide along the rod. They are initially held by catches at positions a distance r on each side from the center of the rod, and
A rigid, uniform bar with mass m and length b rotates about the axis passing through the midpoint of the bar perpendicular to the bar. The linear speed of the end points of the bar is v. What is the magnitude of the angular momentum L of the bar? Express your answer in terms of m, b, v, and appropriate constants.
A set of problems on circular and rotational motion, centre of mass, moment of inertia, simple harmonic motion.
1. A bicycle travels 141 m along a circular track of radius 15 m. What is the angular displacement in radians of the bicycle from its starting position? a. 1.0 rad b. 1.5 rad c. 3.0 rad d. 4.7 rad e. 9.4 rad 2. Which equation is valid only when the angular measure is expressed in radians? See the attachment 3.
The way in which a body makes contact with the world often imposes a constraint relationship between its possible rotation and translational motion. A ball rolling on a road, a yo-yo unwinding as it falls, and a baseball leaving the pitcher's hand are all examples of constrained rotation and translation. In a similar manner, the
A system with is measured to have . (a)What is the probabilty of measuring ? (b) In the state , find , , and . (see attachment for question with figures)
Find the specific heat capacity, for the following: (a) An ideal diatomic gas undergoing rotation with no vibrations (b) An ideal diatomic gas undergoing rotation with radial vibrations. (see question for attachment with figures)
For principle quantum number n = 6 given for electrons in an atom, how many different values of the following quantities are possible? (*Do not list the identity of the states, just tell how many there are and show any supporting calculations.) a) l b) m (sub l): ml c) m (sub )s: ms d) all possible states for n=6