For the system depicted, find W1, W2 T1 T2 when W3 = 800 N (See attached file for full problem description with diagram)
5. A crane of mass mc = 3400 kg supports a load of ml = 11300 kg as in Figure. The crane is pivoted with a frictionless pin at A and rests against a smooth support at B. Find the reaction forces at A and B.
Please go to the word document, which includes a graph and explains better. It should be much easier to understand it on word. A mass M1 on a frictionless plane is connected to a support O by a spring of stiffness k. Mass M2 is supported by a string of length l from M1. a. What are the forces acting on M1 and M2? b. By a co
(See attached file for full problem description) --- 6. A 25 kg mass is supported by ropes as shown... --- A 25-kg mass is supported by ropes as shown. Draw a free-body diagram of the "knot" where the ropes join. Use this to determine the tension in each of the ropes.
Problem 6 : Equilibrium of connected masses and a rope connected to a wall. To determine tension in the rope and compare the normal force to the weight of the block. Problem 7 : A mass on an inclined plane connected with a rope to a hanging mass. To determine the coefficient of friction.
6. A hanging 2-kg block begins to accelerate a 4-kg block on a horizontal surface. But a rope connected to the wall at 60.8 degrees brings the block to an equilibrium position. What is the tension (to two decimal places) in the angled rope that is required to keep the block from accelerating? The coefficient of friction between
The velocity of a simple harmonic oscillator is given by: v = -9.55sin(21.8t) (mks units) a.) What is its angular frequency? b.) What is the amplitude of the motion in meters to two decimal places? c.) To the nearest hundredth of a meter where is the mass at the time t=18.29 seconds? d.) If the mass in letter c
The top view of a table, with weight W_t, is shown in the figure. The table has lost the leg at ( L_x, L_y), in the upper right corner of the diagram, and is in danger of tipping over. Company is about to arrive, so the host tries to stabilize the table by placing a heavy vase (represented by the green circle) of weight W_v at (
The mobile in the figure below is in equilibrium. The object B has mass of 0.860 kg. Determine the mass of object C. Assume L1 = 30.6 cm, L2 = 7.90 cm, L3 = 15.0 cm, L4 = 5.00 cm, L5 = 16.9 cm and L6 = 5.00 cm. (Neglect the weights of the crossbars.)
A mass of 450 g is attached to a spring with a force constant of 13.2 N/m. The mass is displaced 32 cm from equilibrium and released. (a) What is the speed of the mass when it is 13 cm from equilibrium? (b) Calculate the potential and kinetic energy of the system at t = T/6.
Two children are sitting on a seesaw. If one child has a mass of (m1) =22.0 kg and sits 2.30 m from the center pivot: (a) How far from the pivot must the second child (m2) = 30.0 kg sit for them to balance? (b) What is the net upward force of the pivot on the seesaw? The seesaw has a uniform mass distribution of 25 kg.
A small cubic block of copper (Cu) is carefully dropped into a beaker half full of mercury (Hg): (a) Calculate the resulting equilibrium forces on the block (it is not bobbing or not moving) (b) Prove if the copper block will float or descend to the bottom (c) What is the fractional volume of the copper block exposed (if it d
A 5.0 N uniform meter stick is pivoted so that it can rotate about a horizontal axis through one end. If a 0.15 kg mass is suspended 75 cm from the pivoted end, what is the tension in the string? Please see the attached picture for the arrangement.
A uniform steel beam has a mass of 1178kg. On it is resting half of an identical beam, as shown in the figure attached. What is the vertical support at the right end. How about at the left end?
Find the horizontal distance between the line of action of the weight of the body and the line of action of the total vertical force exerted on the body (See attached for full question and diagram)
Calculate the magnitude of the reaction (See attached for full question and diagram)
Q2- as a part of an exercise regime,,a lady lifts herself up from standing position at the rest,wth wait distributed normally across the soles of her feet,onto tiptoe(standing on 2 feet)which muscle group she is exercising ?is it possible to achieve the static equilibrium by loading only one muscle group?if so draw a free body d
Please look at the attached problem 5-20: Determine the reactions at the points A and B of the frame. I know that the following must hold true: Sum(Moments(b)) = 0 Sum(Fx) = 0 Sum(Fy) = 0 No moment is indicated in the problem, so I'm not sure if that's needed. Your help is appreciated.
A beaker of mass m-beaker containing oil of mass m-oil (density = p-oil) rests on a scale. A block of iron of mass m-iron is suspended from a spring scale and completely submerged in the oil. Determine the equilibrium readings of both scales.
Physics Problems: Displacement, Velocity, Acceleration, Frequency, Equilibrium Position, Sound Intensity
32. A 0.50-kg mass oscillates in simple harmonic motion on a spring with a spring constant of 200 N/m. What are: a) The period? b) The frequency of the oscillation? 48. The equation of motion of a particle in vertical SHM is given by y = (10 cm) sin 0.50t. What are the particle's: a) Displacement? b) Velocity? c) Acc
!Here's the actual problem: A) What is a restoring force? B) What is a damping force? C) What is an effective spring constant?
A block of mass is attached to the end of an ideal spring. Due to the weight of the block, the block remains at rest when the spring is stretched a distance from its equilibrium length. The spring has an unknown spring constant. A. What is the spring constant? B. Suppose that the block gets bumped and undergoes a small verti
An artist friend of yours needs help hanging a 500 lb sculpture from the ceiling. For artistic reasons, she wants to use just two ropes. One will be 30 degrees from vertical, the other 60 degrees. She needs you to determine the smallest diameter rope that can safely support this expensive piece of art. On a visit to the hardware
A beaker contains a thick layer of oil floating on water. A cubical block of wood is gently lowered into the beaker, so as not to disturb the layers of liquid, until it floats peacefully between the layers, as shown. a) What is the distance between the top of the wood cube (after it has come to rest) and the interface between
Please do not place your response in a .pdf format, but Word documents are okay. Thanks! A horizontal uniform bar of mass m and length L is hung horizontally on two vertical strings. String 1 is attached to the end of the bar and string 2 is attached a distance L/4 from the other end. A monkey of mass m/2 walks from one end o
A leg and cast weighs 220 N (w1) The leg held in traction by two weights (w2 and w3) attached to strings and applies in order that there be no force exerted on the hip joint J by the leg in the cast. (In other words the leg is in translational equilibrium) what are the numerical values of w2 and a for this to happen if w3=110 N?
At what distance from the Earth will a spacecraft on the way to the moon experience zero net force due to these two bodies because the Earth and moon pull with equal and opposite forces? Thanks
A small ring is held stationary with three forces, A, B and C acting on it. Force A= 85 nt /20 , Force B= 160 nt /150 . Angles are in degrees relative to the +x axis being 0. Find the magnitude and direction of Force C.
A block whose weight is W= 250 nt is on a frictionless plane which is at angle q= 25 degrees. A cable between the ceiling and the block makes an angle q=55 degrees from the ceiling. See ATTACHMENT1 for a diagram with given parameters, angles, physics statements, and a polygon created from known information. Also an illustration
A spring whose force constant k= 84 nt/m is suspended by one end from a support. The unstressed spring's length is .66 m. Find the length of the spring when a mass of M= 12 kg is suspended from the lower end, in equilibrium.
A block of plastic whose mass is 25 kg and whose density is 850 kg/m^3 is tied by a corfd to the bottom of a pool of seawater whose density is 1025 kg/m^3. Find the force in the cord.