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1 Physics Exam 2 Chapter 5NNew 2. The second hand on a watch has a length of 4.50 mm and makes one revolution in s. What is the speed of the end of the second hand as it moves in uniform circular motion? (a) m/s (c) m/s (e) m/s (b) m/s (d) m/s 3. Approximately one billion years ago, the Moon orbited the Earth much closer than it does today. The radius of the orbit was only km. Today, the radius is km. The orbital period was only s. The present period is s. Assume that the orbit of the Moon is circular. Calculate the ratio of the speed of the Moon in its ancient orbit to the speed that it has today. (a) 15.8 (c) 10.2 (e) 6.39 (b) 12.8 (d) A ball is whirled on the end of a string in a horizontal circle of radius R at constant speed v. The centripetal acceleration of the ball can be increased by a factor of 4 by (a) keeping the speed fixed and increasing the radius by a factor of 4. (b) keeping the radius fixed and increasing the speed by a factor of 4. (c) keeping the radius fixed and increasing the period by a factor of 4. (d) keeping the radius fixed and decreasing the period by a factor of 4. (e) keeping the speed fixed and decreasing the radius by a factor of A car traveling at 20 m/s rounds a curve so that its centripetal acceleration is 5 m/s2. What is the radius of the curve? (a) 4 m (c) 80 m (e) 640 m (b) 8 m (d) 160 m Review Exam 2New.doc  1 
2 8. A satellite is placed in a circular orbit to observe the surface of Mars from an altitude of 144 km. The equatorial radius of Mars is 3397 km. If the speed of the satellite is 3480 m/s, what is the magnitude of the centripetal acceleration of the satellite? (a) 2.17 m/s 2 (c) 2.99 m/s 2 (e) 4.05 m/s 2 (b) 2.60 m/s 2 (d) 3.42 m/s A boy is whirling a stone around his head by means of a string. The string makes one complete revolution every second, and the tension in the string is FT. The boy then speeds up the stone, keeping the radius of the circle unchanged, so that the string makes two complete revolutions every second. What happens to the tension in the sting? (a) The tension is unchanged. (b) The tension reduces to half of its original value. (c) The tension increases to twice its original value. (d) The tension increases to four times its original value. (e) The tension reduces to onefourth of its original value. 14. Sara puts a box into the trunk of her car. Later, she drives around an unbanked curve that has a radius of 48 m. The speed of the car on the curve is 16 m/s, but the box remains stationary relative to the floor of the trunk. Determine the minimum coefficient of static friction for the box on the floor of the trunk. (a) 0.42 (d) 0.33 (b) 0.54 (e) This cannot be determined without knowing the mass of (c) 0.17 the box. 15. In an amusement park ride, a small child stands against the wall of a cylindrical room that is then made to rotate. The floor drops downward and the child remains pinned against the wall. If the radius of the device is 2.15 m and the relevant coefficient of friction between the child and the wall is 0.400, with what minimum speed is the child moving if he is to remain pinned against the wall? (a) 7.26 m/s (c) 12.1 m/s (e) 9.80 m/s (b) 3.93 m/s (d) 5.18 m/s Review Exam 2New.doc  2 
3 18. The maximum speed at which a car can safely negotiate an unbanked curve depends on all of the following factors except (a) the diameter of the curve. (b) the acceleration due to gravity. (c) the coefficient of static friction between the road and the tires. (d) the coefficient of kinetic friction between the road and the tires. (e) the ratio of the static frictional force between the road and the tires and the normal force exerted on the car. 20. Determine the minimum angle at which a roadbed should be banked so that a car traveling at 20.0 m/s can safely negotiate the curve if the radius of the curve is m. (a) (c) 11.5 (e) 78.2 (b) (d) 19.6 Questions 23 through 25 pertain to the statement below: A 1000kg car travels along a straight 500m portion of highway (from A to B) at a constant speed of 10 m/s. At B, the car encounters an unbanked curve of radius 50 m. The car follows the road from B to C traveling at a constant speed of 10 m/s while the direction of the car changes from east to south. 23. What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the car as it travels from A to B? (a) 2 m/s 2 (c) 10 m/s 2 (e) zero m/s 2 (b) 5 m/s 2 (d) 20 m/s What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the car as it travels from B to C? (a) 2 m/s 2 (c) 10 m/s 2 (e) zero m/s 2 (b) 5 m/s 2 (d) 20 m/s What is the magnitude of the frictional force between the tires and the road as the car negotiates the curve from B to C? (a) N (c) 5000 N (e) 1000 N (b) N (d) 2000 N Review Exam 2New.doc  3 
4 26. The earth exerts the necessary centripetal force on an orbiting satellite to keep it moving in a circle at constant speed. Which statement best explains why the speed of the satellite does not change although there is a net force exerted on it? (a) The satellite is in equilibrium. (b) The acceleration of the satellite is zero m/s 2. (c) The centripetal force has magnitude mv 2 /r. (d) The centripetal force is canceled by the reaction force. (e) The centripetal force is always perpendicular to the velocity. 30. A satellite is placed in equatorial orbit above Mars, which has a radius of 3397 km and a mass MM = kg. The mission of the satellite is to observe the Martian climate from an altitude of 488 km. What is the orbital period of the satellite? (a) s (c) s (e) s (b) s d) s 45. A 25kg box is sliding down an icecovered hill. When it reaches point A, the box is moving at 11 m/s. Point A is at the bottom of a circular arc that has a radius R = 7.5 m. What is the magnitude of the normal force on the box at Point A? (a) 250 N (d) 650 N (b) 280 N (e) 900 N (c) 400 N Review Exam 2New.doc  4 
5 Questions 49 through 52 pertain to the situation described below: A 1500kg car travels at a constant speed of 22 m/s around a circular track that has a radius of 85 m. 49. Which statement is true concerning this car? (a) The velocity of the car is changing. (b) The car is characterized by constant velocity. (c) The car is characterized by constant acceleration. (d) The car has a velocity vector that points along the radius of the circle. (e) The car has an acceleration vector that is tangent to the circle at all times. 50. What is the magnitude of the acceleration of the car? (a) 5.7 m/s 2 (c) 9.8 m/s 2 (e) zero m/s 2 (b) 0.26 m/s 2 (d) 1.2 m/s What is the average velocity of the car during one revolution? (a) 8.0 m/s (c) 26 m/s (e) zero m/s (b) 12 m/s (d) 44 m/s 52. Determine the magnitude of the net force that acts on the car. (a) 390 N (c) N (e) zero newtons (b) 1800 N (d) N 53. Jupiter has a mass that is roughly 320 times that of the Earth and a radius equal to 11 times that of the Earth. What is the acceleration due to gravity on the surface of Jupiter? (a) 2.7 m/s 2 (c) 26 m/s 2 (e) 260 m/s 2 (b) 9.8 m/s 2 (d) 87 m/s 2 Review Exam 2New.doc  5 
6 Physics 1401 Chapter 6 Review  Energy 1. In which one of the following situations is zero net work done? (a) A ball rolls down an inclined plane. (b) A physics student stretches a spring. (c) A projectile falls toward the surface of Earth. (d) A box is pulled across a rough floor at constant velocity. (e) A child pulls a wagon across a rough surface causing it to accelerate. 3. A concrete block is pulled 7.0 m across a frictionless surface by means of a rope. The tension in the rope is 40 N; and the net work done on the block is 247 J. What angle does the rope make with the horizontal? (a) 28 (c) 47 (e) 88 (b) 41 (d) A force of magnitude 25 N directed at an angle of 37 above the horizontal moves a 10 kg crate along a horizontal surface at constant velocity. How much work is done by this force in moving the crate a distance of 15 m? (a) zero joules (c) 40 J (e) 300 J (b) 1.7 J (d) 98 J Review Exam 2New.doc  6 
7 7. A constant force of 25 N is applied as shown to a block which undergoes a displacement of 7.5 m to the right along a frictionless surface while the force acts. What is the work done by the force? (a) zero joules (c) 94 J (e) 160 J (b) +94 J (d) +160 J 11. Which one of the following statements concerning kinetic energy is true? (a) It can be measured in watts. (b) It is always equal to the potential energy. (c) It is always positive. (d) It is a quantitative measure of inertia. (e) It is directly proportional to velocity. 15. The kinetic energy of a car is J as it travels along a horizontal road. How much work is required to stop the car in 10 s? (a) zero joules (c) J (e) J (b) J (d) J Review Exam 2New.doc  7 
8 18. A 10.0g bullet traveling horizontally at 755 m/s strikes a stationary target and stops after penetrating 14.5 cm into the target. What is the average force of the target on the bullet? (a) N (c) N (e) N (b) N (d) N 22. An elevator supported by a single cable descends a shaft at a constant speed. The only forces acting on the elevator are the tension in the cable and the gravitational force. Which one of the following statements is true? (a) The magnitude of the work done by the tension force is larger than that done by the gravitational force. (b) The magnitude of the work done by the gravitational force is larger than that done by the tension force. (c) The work done by the tension force is zero joules. (d) The work done by the gravitational force is zero joules. (e) The net work done by the two forces is zero joules. 24. A 1500kg elevator moves upward with constant speed through a vertical distance of 25 m. How much work was done by the tension in the cable? (a) 990 J (c) J (e) J (b) 8100 J (d) J Review Exam 2New.doc  8 
9 26. Two balls of equal size are dropped from the same height from the roof of a building. One ball has twice the mass of the other. When the balls reach the ground, how do the kinetic energies of the two balls compare? (a) The lighter one has one fourth as much kinetic energy as the other does. (b) The lighter one has one half as much kinetic energy as the other does. (c) The lighter one has the same kinetic energy as the other does. (d) The lighter one has twice as much kinetic energy as the other does. (e) The lighter one has four times as much kinetic energy as the other does. 28. A woman stands on the edge of a cliff and throws a stone vertically downward with an initial speed of 10 m/s. The instant before the stone hits the ground below, it has 450 J of kinetic energy. If she were to throw the stone horizontally outward from the cliff with the same initial speed of 10 m/s, how much kinetic energy would it have just before it hits the ground? (a) 50 J (c) 450 J (e) 950 J (b) 100 J (d) 800 J 30. A block is dropped from a high tower and is falling freely under the influence of gravity. Which one of the following statements is true concerning this situation? Neglect air resistance. (a) As the block falls, the net work done by all of the forces acting on the block is zero joules. (b) The kinetic energy increases by equal amounts over equal distances. (c) The kinetic energy of the block increases by equal amounts in equal times. (d) The potential energy of the block decreases by equal amounts in equal times. (e) The total energy of the block increases by equal amounts over equal distances. Questions 37 and 38 pertain to the situation described below: Review Exam 2New.doc  9 
10 A 2.0kg projectile is fired with initial velocity components v ox = 30 m/s and v oy = 40 m/s from a point on the earth's surface. Neglect any effects due to air resistance. 37. What is the kinetic energy of the projectile when it reaches the highest point in its trajectory? (a) zero joules (c) 1600 J (e) 4900 J (b) 900 J (d) 2500 J 38. How much work was done in firing the projectile? (a) 900 J (c) 2500 J (e) 9800 J (b) 1600 J (d) 4900 J Review Exam 2New.doc
11 39. Two boxes are connected to each other as shown. The system is released from rest and the 1.00kg box falls through a distance of 1.00 m. The surface of the table is frictionless. What is the kinetic energy of box B just before it reaches the floor? (a) 2.45 J (d) 29.4 J (b) 4.90 J (e) 39.2 J (c) 9.80 J 42. A bicyclist is traveling at a speed of 20.0 m/s as he approaches the bottom of a hill. He decides to coast up the hill and stops upon reaching the top. Determine the vertical height of the hill. (a) 28.5 m (c) 11.2 m (e) 20.4 m (b) 3.70 m (d) 40.8 m 45. An engineer is asked to design a playground slide such that the speed a child reaches at the bottom does not exceed 6.0 m/s. Determine the maximum height that the slide can be. (a) 1.8 m (c) 3.2 m (e) 14 m (b) 2.9 m (d) 4.5 m Review Exam 2New.doc
12 50. The initial velocity of a 4.0kg box is 11 m/s, due west. After the box slides 4.0 m horizontally, its speed is 1.5 m/s. Determine the magnitude and the direction of the nonconservative force acting on the box as it slides. (a) 42 N, due west (c) 31 N, due east (e) 83 N, due west (b) 120 N, due east (d) 59 N, due east 51. An automobile approaches a barrier at a speed of 20 m/s along a level road. The driver locks the brakes at a distance of 50 m from the barrier. What minimum coefficient of kinetic friction is required to stop the automobile before it hits the barrier? (a) 0.4 (c) 0.6 (e) 0.8 (b) 0.5 (d) 0.7 Review Exam 2New.doc
13 55. A 51kg woman runs up a flight of stairs in 5.0 s. Her net upward displacement is 5.0 m. Approximately, what average power did the woman exert while she was running? (a) 5.0 kw (c) 0.75 kw (e) 0.25 kw (b) 1.0 kw (d) 0.50 kw 57. An escalator is 30.0 meters long and slants at 30.0 relative to the horizontal. If it moves at 1.00 m/s, at what rate does it do work in lifting a 50.0 kg man from the bottom to the top of the escalator? (a) 49.3 W (c) 245 W (e) 495 W (b) 98.0 W (d) 292 W 59. A warehouse worker uses a forklift to lift a crate of pickles on a platform to a height 2.75 m above the floor. The combined mass of the platform and the crate is 207 kg. If the power expended by the forklift is 1440 W, how long does it take to lift the crate? (a) 37.2 s (c) 3.87 s (e) 1.86 s (b) 5.81 s (d) 18.6 s Review Exam 2New.doc
14 61. The amount on energy needed to power a 0.10kW bulb for one minute would be just sufficient to lift a 1.0kg object through a vertical distance of (a) 12 m (c) 100 m (e) 610 m (b) 75 m (d) 120 m 62. The graph shows the force component along the displacement as a function of the magnitude of the displacement. Determine the work done by the force during the interval from 2 to 10 m. (a) 140 J (b) 190 J (c) 270 J (d) 450 J (e) 560 J Review Exam 2New.doc
15 67. A motorist driving a 1000kg car wishes to increase her speed from 20 m/s to 30 m/s in 5 s. Determine the horsepower required to accomplish this increase. Neglect friction. (a) 20 hp (c) 70 hp (e) 90 hp (b) 30 hp (d) 80 hp Review Exam 2New.doc
16 Physics 1401 Chapter 7N ReviewNew CHAPTER 6 2. A rock is dropped from a high tower and falls freely under the influence of gravity. Which one of the following statements is true concerning the rock as it falls? (a) It will gain an equal amount of momentum during each second. (b) It will gain an equal amount of kinetic energy during each second. (c) It will gain an equal amount of speed for each meter through which it falls. (d) It will gain an equal amount of momentum for each meter through which it falls. (e) The amount of momentum it gains will be proportional to the amount of potential energy that it loses A stunt person jumps from the roof of a tall building, but no injury occurs because the person lands on a large, airfilled bag. Which one of the following best describes why no injury occurs? (a) The bag provides the necessary force to stop the person. (b) The bag reduces the impulse to the person. (c) The bag increases the amount of time the force acts on the person and reduces the change in momentum. (d) The bag decreases the amount of time during which the momentum is changing and reduces the average force on the person. (e) The bag increases the amount of time during which the momentum is changing and reduces the average force on the person. 5. A 1.0kg ball has a velocity of 12 m/s downward just before it strikes the ground and bounces up with a velocity of 12 m/s upward. What is the change in momentum of the ball? (a) zero kg m/s (c) 12 kg m/s, upward (e) 24 kg m/s, upward (b) 12 kg m/s, downward (d) 24 kg m/s, downward Review Exam 2New.doc
17 9. A kg tennis ball moving to the right with a speed of 15 m/s is struck by a tennis racket, causing it to move to the left with a speed of 15 m/s. If the ball remains in contact with the racquet for s, what is the magnitude of the average force experienced by the ball? (a) zero newtons (c) 160 N (e) N (b) 98 N (d) N 12. While a car is stopped at a traffic light in a storm, raindrops strike the roof of the car. The area of he roof is 5.0 m 2. Each raindrop has a mass of kg and speed of 2.5 m/s before impact and is at rest after the impact. If, on average at a given time, 150 raindrops strike each square meter, what is the impulse of the rain striking the car? (a) 0.69 N s (c) 0.14 N s (e) 21 N s (b) N s (d) 11 N s 15. A football player kicks a 0.41kg football initially at rest; and the ball flies through the air. If the kicker s foot was in contact with the ball for s and the ball s initial speed after the collision is 21 m/s, what was the magnitude of the average force on the football? (a) 9.7 N (c) 81 N (e) 210 N (b) 46 N (d) 170 N Review Exam 2New.doc
18 Questions 16 and 17 pertain to the situation described below: A 4.0kg block slides along a frictionless surface with a constant speed of 5.0 m/s. Two seconds after it begins sliding, a horizontal, timedependent force is applied to the mass. The force is removed eight seconds later. The graph shows how the force on the block varies with time. 16. What is the magnitude of the total impulse of the force acting on the block? (a) 20 N s (c) 48 N s (e) 60 N s (b) 42 N s (d) 54 N s 17. What, approximately, is the speed of the block at t = 11 seconds? (a) 5.0 m/s (c) 25 m/s (e) 75 m/s (b) 16 m/s (d) 65 m/s 21. A 50kg toboggan is coasting on level snow. As it passes beneath a bridge, a 20kg parcel is dropped straight down and lands in the toboggan. If (KE) 1 is the original kinetic energy of the toboggan and (KE) 2 is the kinetic energy after the parcel has been added, what is the ratio (KE) 2 /(KE) 1. (a) 0.4 (c) 0.7 (e) 1 (b) 0.6 (d) 0.8 Review Exam 2New.doc
19 Ans. c. 25. An 80kg astronaut carrying a 20kg tool kit is initially drifting toward a stationary space shuttle at a speed of 2 m/s. If she throws the tool kit toward the shuttle with a speed of 6 m/s as seen from the shuttle, her final speed is (a) 1 m/s toward the shuttle. (d) 4 m/s toward the shuttle. (b) 1 m/s away from the shuttle. (e) 6 m/s away from the shuttle. (c) 2 m/s toward the shuttle. 28. Two objects of equal mass traveling toward each other with equal speeds undergo a head on collision. Which one of the following statements concerning their velocities after the collision is necessarily true? (a) They will exchange velocities. (d) Their velocities will be zero. (b) Their velocities will be reduced. (e) Their velocities may be zero. (c) Their velocities will be unchanged. Review Exam 2New.doc
20 31. Complete the following statement: Momentum will be conserved in a twobody collision only if (a) both bodies come to rest. (b) the collision is perfectly elastic. (c) the kinetic energy of the system is conserved. (d) the net external force acting on the twobody system is zero. (e) the internal forces of the two body system cancel in actionreaction pairs. 39. A 50.0kg boy runs at a speed of 10.0 m/s and jumps onto a cart as shown in the figure. The cart is initially at rest. If the speed of the cart with the boy on it is 2.50 m/s, what is the mass of the cart? (a) 150 kg (c) 210 kg (e) 300 kg (b) 175 kg (d) 260 kg Review Exam 2New.doc
21 42. A 35kg girl is standing near and to the left of a 43kg boy on the frictionless surface of a frozen pond. The boy tosses a 0.75kg ice ball to the girl with a horizontal speed of 6.2 m/s. What are the velocities of the boy and the girl immediately after the girl catches the ice ball? girl boy (a) 0.81 m/s, left 0.67 m/s, right (b) 0.17 m/s, left 0.14 m/s, left (c) 0.18 m/s, right 0.13 m/s, left (d) 0.42 m/s, left 0.49 m/s, right (e) 0.13 m/s, left 0.11 m/s, right 50. In the game of billiards, all the balls have approximately the same mass, about 0.17 kg. In the figure, the cue ball strikes another ball such that it follows the path shown. The other ball has a speed of 1.5 m/s immediately after the collision. What is the speed of the cue ball after the collision? (a) 1.5 m/s (c) 2.6 m/s (e) 5.2 m/s (b) 1.8 m/s (d) 4.3 m/s 64. A 100kg fisherman and a 500kg supply crate are on a frozen pond that is essentially frictionless. The man and the crate are initially separated by a distance of 600 meters. The fisherman uses a very light rope to pull the crate closer to him. How far has the man moved when the crate reaches the fisherman? (a) zero meters (c) 50 m (e) 500 m (b) 10 m (d) 100 m Review Exam 2New.doc
22 Physics 1401 Chapter 8 Review 2. A wrench is used to tighten a nut as shown in the figure. A 12N force is applied 7.0 cm from the axis of rotation. What is the torque due to the applied force? (a) 0.58 N m (b) 0.84 N m (c) 1.71 N m (d) 14 N m (e) 58 N m 3. A string is tied to a doorknob 0.79 m from the hinge as shown in the figure. At the instant shown, the force applied to the string is 5.0 N. What is the torque on the door? (a) 3.3 N m (b) 2.2 N m (c) 1.1 N m (d) 0.84 N m (e) 0.40 N m Review Exam 2New.doc
23 6. A horizontal, 10m plank weighs 100 N. It rests on two supports that are placed 1.0 m from each end as shown in the figure. How close to one end can an 800N person stand without causing the plank to tip? (a) 0 m (d) 0.6 m (b) 0.2 m (e) 0.8 m (c) 0.5 m 8. One end of a rope is tied to the handle of a horizontallyoriented and uniform door. A force F is applied to the other end of the rope as shown in the drawing. The door has a weight of 145 N and is hinged on the right. What is the maximum magnitude of F at which the door will remain at rest? (a) 145 N (d) 424 N (b) 265 N (e) 530 N (c) 381 N Review Exam 2New.doc
24 In the drawing shown, the large wheel has a radius of 8.5 m. A rope is wrapped around the edge of the wheel and a 7.6 kgbox hangs from the rope. A smaller disk of radius 1.9 m is attached to the wheel. A rope is wrapped around the edge of the disk as shown. An axis of rotation passes through the center of the wheeldisk system. What is the value of the mass M that will prevent the wheel from rotating? (a) 1.7 kg (d) 34 kg (b) 3.8 kg (e) 46 kg (c) 12 kg 14. Consider four point masses located as shown in the sketch. The acceleration due to gravity is the same everywhere. What is the x coordinate of the center of gravity for this system? (a) 2.0 m (c) 3.0 m (e) 3.8 m (b) 2.7 m (d) 3.3 m Review Exam 2New.doc
25 17. Consider the following four objects: a hoop; a solid sphere; a flat disk; a hollow sphere Each of the objects has mass M and radius R. The axis of rotation passes through the center of each object, and is perpendicular to the plane of the hoop and the plane of the flat disk. Which object requires the largest torque to give it the same angular acceleration? (a) the hoop (d) the hollow sphere (b) the flat disk (e) both the solid and the hollow spheres (c) the solid sphere 20. A massless frame in the shape of a square with 2m sides has a 1kg ball at each corner. What is the moment of inertia of the four balls about an axis through the corner marked O and perpendicular to the plane of the paper? (a) 4 kg m 2 (b) 8 kg m 2 (c) 10 kg m 2 (d) 12 kg m 2 (e) 16 kg m 2 Review Exam 2New.doc
26 22. The drawing shows the top view of a door that is 2 m wide. Two forces are applied to the door as indicated. What is the magnitude of the net torque on the door with respect to the hinge? (a) 0 N m (c) 8.7 N m (e) 26.0 N m (b) 5.0 N m (d) 10.0 N m 26. Three children are pulling on a rotatable platform on a playground. The platform has a radius of 3.65 m. In the picture, two children are pulling with equal forces of 40.0 N in an attempt to make the platform rotate clockwise. The third child applies a force of 60 N as shown. What is the net torque on the platform? Note: ccw is counterclockwise and cw is clockwise. (a) 73 N m, ccw (c) 511 N m, ccw (e) 0 N m (b) 73 N m, cw (d) 511 N m, cw Review Exam 2New.doc
27 28. A 45N brick is suspended by a light string from a 2.0kg pulley. The brick is released from rest and falls to the floor below as the pulley rotates through 5.0 rad. The pulley may be considered a solid disk of radius 1.5 m. What is the angular speed of the pulley? (a) 7.3 rad/s (d) 15 rad/s (b) 8.1 rad/s (e) 17 rad/s (c) 9.4 rad/s 31. Consider the following three objects, each of the same mass and radius: (1) a solid sphere (2) a solid disk (3) a hoop All three are released from rest at the top of an inclined plane. The three objects proceed down the incline undergoing rolling motion without slipping. In which order do the objects reach the bottom of the incline? (a) 1, 2, 3 (c) 3, 1, 2 (e) All three reach the bottom (b) 2, 3, 1 (d) 3, 2, 1 at the same time. 34. A 2.0kg solid cylinder of radius 0.5 m rotates at a rate of 40 rad/s about its cylindrical axis. What power is required to bring the cylinder to rest in 10 s? (a) 20 W (c) 160 W (e) 400 W (b) 40 W (d) 200 W Review Exam 2New.doc
28 38. A ceiling fan has five blades, each with a mass of 0.34 kg and a length of 0.66 m. The fan is operating in its low setting at which the angular speed is 9.4 rad/s. If the blades can be approximated as uniform thin rods that rotate about one end, what is the total rotational kinetic energy of the five blades? (a) 35 J (c) 23 J (e) 11 J (b) 29 J (d) 17 J 41. What happens when a spinning ice skater draws in her outstretched arms? (a) Her angular momentum decreases. (b) Her angular momentum increases. (c) Her moment of inertia decreases causing her to speed up. (d) Her moment of inertia decreases causing her to slow down. (e) The torque that she exerts increases her moment of inertia. 44. A 1500kg satellite orbits a planet in a circular orbit of radius m. What is the angular momentum of the satellite in its orbit around the planet if the satellite completes one orbit every s? (a) kg m 2 /s (c) kg m 2 /s (e) kg m 2 /s (b) kg m 2 /s (d) kg m 2 /s Review Exam 2New.doc
29 50. A 3.0kg ball moves in a straight line at 10 m/s as shown in the figure. At the instant shown, what is its angular momentum about the point P? (a) 30 kg m 2 /s (b) 90 kg m 2 /s (c) 120 kg m 2 /s (d) 150 kg m 2 /s (e) zero kg m 2 /s Review Exam 2New.doc
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