I had some questions about mirrors, please provide supporting equations and information for these problems. - Does the mirror equation (p^-1 + d^-1 = 2R^-1 = f^1) apply to a plane mirror? What relationship between p and d does it imply? - Why is it when you stand in front of a mirror your left appears on your right and your
What is the magnitude and direction of the centripetal acceleration due to the earth's rotation at a location near Kansas City at 38 degrees latitude? I believe the answer is 2.66x10^-2 m/s^2, towards the earth's rotation axis. I need to see all formulas involved.
A particle moves according to the equation x = 10t2, where x is in meters and t is in seconds. Find the average velocity for the time interval from 2.0 second to 3.0 second. 50 m/s 100 m/s 250 m/s 200 m/s A particle undergoes three consecutive displacements: d1 = (10i + 30j + 12k), d2 = (23
A stiff wire bent into a semicircle of radius a=2.0 cm is rotated at constant angular speed 40 rev/s in a uniform 20 mT magnetic field. What are the (a) frequency and (b) amplitude of the emf induced in the loop?
To solve many problems about rotational motion, it is important to know the moment of inertia of each object involved. Calculating the moments of inertia of various objects, even highly symmetrical ones, may be a lengthy and tedious process. While it is important to be able to calculate moments of inertia from the definition, in
In this problem, you will answer several questions that will help you better understand the moment of inertia, its properties, and its applicability. --------- Diagram ------------------------ 1. On which of the following does the moment of inertia of an object depend? A. linear speed B. linear acceleration C.
Please review the attached conceptual physics questions. Instead of just the answers, I would also like full explanations. This is so I can learn the material. Please make sure you are accurate and clear. Thanks. Please See attached word document
You are to design a rotating cylindrical axle to lift 800-N buckets of cement from the ground to a rooftop 78.0 m above the ground. The buckets will be attached to a hook on the free end of a cable that wraps around the rim of the axle; as the axle turns, the buckets will rise. 1. What should the diameter of the axle be in or
The rotation matrix [R], associated with a positive (in a right-hand sense) rotation α ; about the z-axis is: cosα sinα 0 -sinα cosα 0 0 0 1 ? Derive the rotation Matrix [Q] relating (x, y, z) to a system (x', y', z') which is described by three consecutive Euler rotations about z, then y
The radar antenna on a navy ship rotates with an angular speed of 0.22 rad/s. What is the angular speed of the antenna as measured by an observer moving away from the antenna wth a speed of 0.62c?
(See attached file for full problem description with diagram and symbols) --- 1) Find the fractional number of molecules of a gas having speeds between vm and 1.05vm where vm = Sq.root(2kT/m) and is denoted as the most probable speed. [vm denotes v subscript m] 2) At what radial "distance" v from the origin of velocity
A solid sphere is rolling without slipping on a vertical circular ramp with radius R. The sphere has radius r and mass m with a moment of inertia I = (2/5)m r^2. Find the period of a small amplitude oscillation. (See attached file for full problem description with diagram and equations)
A 20-meter-long spaceship is drifting in space, and is in the orientation shown below left, initially not spinning at all. The pilot needs to get the spaceship turned around 180 degrees, with the positions of the nose and tail switched around, as shown below right. To accomplish this, he fires a pair of small identical rocket
A star rotates about its axis through a diameter once in 50 days. At the end of its life the star collapses to one hundredth of its orginal diameter. What will the rate of rotation of the collapsed star be?
Problems 4.19 & 4.21 from 'Introduction to Elementary Particles' by David Griffiths. See attached file for full problem description.
2. Walking the dog - On your way to class you might have noticed that everyone was walking at more or less the same speed. In this question we will explore the reason for that. a) First, consider the leg as a physical pendulum, write down an expression for the natural angular frequency of oscillation of a simplified model fo
A merry-go-round makes 60 revolutions in a 10.0 minute (600 seconds) ride. (a) What is the agular speed w(omega) in rad/sec? (b) What is the tangential speed of a person sitting 5.0 m from the center (axis of rotation)? (c) What centripetal acceleration does the person in part b have? (d) If the person's mass is 50 kg
How much work must be supplied to get the record to rotate at this speed, and what supplies the work?
A 0.050kg phonograph record with a radius of 0.15m drops onto a turntable and is soon rotating at 33 1/3 rpm. How much work must be supplied to get the record to rotate at this speed, and what supplies the work?
I have a 72" tall air-compressor that weights 120 pounds with a 20" base. I have a cart that is 36"wx72"l the surface of the cart where the compressor will be mounted is 10" off the ground. The cart wheels are in the corners, it is rated to carry 3600 pounds and weights 114 pounds. If the compressor is placed centered on the car
1) The figure (*see attachment) shows 11 paths through a region of uniform magnetic field. One path is a straight line; the rest are half circles. The table (*see attachment) gives the masses, charges and speeds of the 11 particles that take these paths through the field in the direction shown. Which path corresponds to which pa
Calculate the moment of inertia tensor for a solid hemisphere for rotation about its center of mass.
A helicopter blade has an angular speed of 6.50 rev/s and an angular acceleration of 1.30 rev/s^2. Find the magnitudes of the tangential speed and acceleration for a point (a) 3.00m from the center of rotation and (b) a point on the blade 6.70 m from the center of rotation.
A spring scale on a rotating platform indicates that the horizontal force on a 0.452 kg mass is 1.34N when the mass is 2.37m from the axis of rotation. How long does it take for the platform to make on revolution?
Please do not place your response in a .pdf or .cdx format, but Word documents are okay. Thanks! Please see attached for actual problem. Pressure in a Centrifuge A test tube filled with liquid of uniform density is spun in a centrifuge with angular frequency . The test tube lies perpendicular to the axis of rotatio
A disk of radius .3 meters and mass of .5kg is held over another disk of radius .5 meters and mass 1 kg which is rotating in a horizontal plane at a rate of 15.92 rev/sec. The top disk is released and drops onto the bottom disk (centers align). a) What is the final angular velocity (in rev/sec) of the two disks? b) What was
See attachment for picture. The particle has a mass of 0.5kg and is confined to move along the smooth horizontal slot due to the rotation of the arm OA. Determine the force of the rod on the particle and the normal force of the slot on the particle when theta = 30 deg. The arm has an angular acceleration of theta** = 3 rad/s
A baseball bat rests on a frictionless, horizontal surface. The bat a length of 0.900m, a mass of 0.800 kg, and its center of mass is 0.600m from the handle end of the bat. ThE MOMENT OF INERTIA OF THE BAT ABOUT ITS CENTER OF MASS IS 0.0530kg*m^2 The impact applies an impulse : J= integral from t2 to t1 of F*dt. at a po
Can you think of a body that has the same moment of inertia for all possible axis? If so, give an example, and if not, explain why it is not possible.
A cylinder with moment of inertia I about its center of mass, mass m, and radius r has a string wrapped around it which is tied to the ceiling. The cylinder's vertical position as a function of time is y(t). At time t=0 the cylinder is released from rest at a height h above the ground. **Please see attachment for complete q
Learning Goal: To understand the meaning of the variables that appear in the equations for rotational kinematics with constant angular acceleration. Rotational motion with a constant nonzero acceleration is not uncommon in the world around us. For instance, many machines have spinning parts. When the machine is turned on or o