Problem 1: Finding the acceleration of gravity at a higher altitude
Problem 2: Conservation of momentum
Problem 3: Comparing a rolling hollow cylinder down an incline and a sliding block of mass.

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Three multiple choice questions related to the acceleration of gravity, conservation of momentum and energy are solved.

... Newton's correction to this law must be taken in to account when the masses involved are very high. ... 4. Find the acceleration of gravity at an altitude above ...

... velocity = 3.10 m/s, v = final velocity = 0, a = acceleration due to gravity, h the ... Energy required to move the satellite to the higher orbit = Difference ...

... the block must have at the highest point of ... arc under the influence of gravity, as shown, has both centripetal and tangential components of acceleration. ...

... of Earth, at what distance from Earth's center would the acceleration due to gravity drop to g ... The highest tides occur when: a. The Sun and the Moon are on ...

... A Force B Pressure C Velocity D Acceleration. 13) Inside in an airplane, flying at a high altitude A The ... than w. The mass is independent of gravity; the weight ...

... (B) What is the work done on the cart by gravity? ... 12.0 m/s coasts up a 2.5-m-high hill as ... energy methods, not the equations for constant acceleration.) (B) Now ...

... Equation 3: Where: g = acceleration due to gravity ●. ... G. What would you expect of a pendulum at a high altitude, for example on a high mountaintop? ...

... moving at a constant speed (zero acceleration), net external ... Work done against gravity is converted into equal amount ... the height h of the highest point reached ...

... speed vo = 30 m/s , at the elevation angle θ = 30O from a H=65 m high building. ... Vertically the object is subjected to the acceleration due to gravity. ...

... in a barometer than water because mercury has a much higher density than ... the density of mercury is 13.6 g/cm^3, and the acceleration due to gravity is 9.81 ...