 3.2Q: Can you give several examples of an object’s motion in which a grea...
 3.4Q: During baseball practice, a batter hits a very high fly ball and th...
 3.9Q: Can a particle with constant speed be accelerating? What if it has ...
 3.10Q: A child wishes to determine the speed a slingshot imparts to a rock...
 3.11Q: It was reported in World War I that a pilot flying at an altitude o...
 3.12Q: At some amusement parks, to get on a moving “car” the riders first ...
 3.16P: You are given a vector in the xy plane that has a magnitude of 70.0...
 3.17Q: How do you think a baseball player “judges” the flight of a fly bal...
 3.18P: A diver running 1.8 m/s dives out horizontally from the edge of a v...
 3.18Q: In archery, should the arrow be aimed directly at the target? How s...
 3.19P: ?A fire hose held near the ground shoots water at a speed of 6.8 m/...
 3.20P: ?Romeo is chucking pebbles gently up to Juliet’s window, and he wan...
 3.21P: A ball is thrown horizontally from the roof of a building 45.0 m ta...
 3.22P: A football is kicked at ground level with a speed of 18.0 m/s at an...
 3.23P: A ball thrown horizontally at 22.2 m/s from the roof of a building ...
 3.24P: An athlete executing a long jump leaves the ground at a 28.0° angle...
 3.25P: Determine how much farther a person can jump on the Moon as compare...
 3.26P: A hunter aims directly at a target (on the same level) 75.0 m away....
 3.27P: The pilot of an airplane traveling 180 km/h wants to drop supplies ...
 3.31P: ?A projectile is shot from the edge of a cliff 125 m above ground l...
 3.29P: ?Suppose the kick in Example 3–5 is attempted 36.0 m from the goalp...
 3.32P: A shotputter throws the shot with an initial speed of 15.5 m/s at a...
 3.33P: At what projection angle will the range of a projectile equal its m...
 3.42P: In what direction should the pilot aim the plane in so that it will...
 3.43P: ?Determine the speed of the boat with respect to the shore in Examp...
 3.44P: ?A passenger on a boat moving at 1.50 m/s on a still lake walks up ...
 3.46P: ?A boat, whose speed in still water is 1.70 m/s, must cross a 260m...
 3.45P: ?A motorboat whose speed in still water is 2.60 m/s must aim upstre...
 3.47P: A swimmer is capable of swimming 0.45 m/s in still water. (a) If sh...
 3.48P: (a) At what upstream angle must the swimmer in aim, if she is to ar...
 3.49P: An airplane whose air speed is 620 km/h is supposed to fly in a str...
 3.50P: An unmarked police car, traveling a constant 95 km/h, is passed by ...
 3.51P: Assume in that the speeder’s speed is not known. If the police car ...
 3.54GP: A plumber steps out of his truck, walks 50 m east and 25 m south, a...
 3.55GP: ?On mountainous downhill roads, escape routes are sometimes placed ...
 3.56GP: What is the y component of a vector (in the xy plane) whose magnitu...
 3.58GP: A light plane is headed due south with a speed of 155 km/h relative...
 3.61GP: Apollo astronauts took a “nine iron” to the Moon and hit a golf bal...
 3.62GP: When Babe Ruth hit a homer over the 7.5mhigh rightfield fence 95...
 3.65GP: ?Spymaster Paul, flying a constant 215 km/h horizontally in a lowf...
 3.67GP: ?A projectile is launched from ground level to the top of a cliff w...
 3.68GP: ?(a) A skier is accelerating down a 30.0° hill at 1.80 m/s2 (Fig. 3...
 3.70GP: ?A high diver leaves the end of a 5.0mhigh diving board and strik...
 3.71GP: ?A stunt driver wants to make his car jump over eight cars parked s...
 3.73GP: ?At t = 0 a batter hits a baseball with an initial speed of 32 m/s ...
 3.1Q: One car travels due east at 40 kmih, and a second car travels north...
 3.3Q: Can the displacement vector for a particle moving in two dimensions...
 3.5Q: ?If , is necessarily greater than and ? Discuss.
 3.6Q: Two vectors have length v1 =3.5 km and v2 =4.0 km. What are the max...
 3.7Q: Can two vectors, of unequal magnitude, add up to give the zero vect...
 3.8Q: Can the magnitude of a vector ever (a) equal, or (b) be less than, ...
 3.11P: ?(II) Determine the vector  given the vectors and in Fig. 332.
 3.13Q: If you are riding on a train that speeds past another train moving ...
 3.14Q: If you stand motionless under an umbrella in a rainstorm where the ...
 3.15Q: A person sitting in an enclosed train car, moving at constant veloc...
 3.16Q: Two rowers, who can row at the same speed in still water, set off a...
 3.19Q: A projectile is launched at an upward angle of 30° to the horizonta...
 3.20Q: ?Two cannonballs, and , are fired from the ground with identical in...
 3.52P: ?(III) Two cars approach a street corner at right angles to each ot...
 3.53GP: William Tell must split the apple on top of his son's head from a d...
 3.57GP: ?Raindrops make an angle with the vertical when viewed through a mo...
 3.59GP: A car moving at 95 km/h passes a 1.00kmlong train traveling in th...
 3.60GP: A basketball leaves a player’s hands at a height of 2.10 m above th...
 3.63GP: ?The cliff divers of Acapulco push off horizontally from rock platf...
 3.64GP: ?At serve, a tennis player aims to hit the ball horizontally. What ...
 3.72GP: A batter hits a fly ball which leaves the bat 0.90 m above the grou...
 3.74GP: ?A ball is shot from the top of a building with an initial velocity...
 3.75GP: (II) You buy a plastic dart gun, and being a clever physics student...
 3.1P: A car is driven 215 km west and then 85 km southwest. What is the d...
 3.2P: A delivery truck travels 18 blocks north, 10 blocks east, and 16 bl...
 3.3P: ?(I) Show that the vector labeled "incorrect" in Fig. is actually t...
 3.4P: ?(I) If units and units, determine the magnitude and direction of .
 3.5P: Graphically determine the resultant of the following three vector d...
 3.6P: ?(II) The components of a vector can be written . What are the comp...
 3.7P: ?(II) is a vector units in magnitude and points at an angle of abov...
 3.8P: ?(II) Vector is units long and points along the negative axis. Vect...
 3.9P: ?(II) An airplane is traveling in a direction west of north (Fig. )...
 3.10P: ?(II) Three vectors are shown in Fig. 332. Their magnitudes are gi...
 3.12P: ?(II) (a) Given the vectors and shown in Fig. , determine Determine...
 3.13P: ?(II) For the vectors given in Fig. 332, determine (a) , and(c) .
 3.14P: ?(II) For the vectors shown in Fig. 332, determine (a) .
 3.15P: The summit of a mountain, 2450 m above base camp, is measured on a ...
 3.17P: A tiger leaps horizontally from a 6.5mhigh rock with a speed of 3...
 3.18AIP: When you exhale, all of the air in your lungs must exit through the...
 3.19AIP: Sneezing requires an increase in pressure of the air in the lungs; ...
 3.28P: Show that the speed with which a projectile leaves the ground is eq...
 3.30P: A projectile is fired with an initial speed of 65.2 m/s at an angle...
 3.34P: ?(Ill) Revisit Example 37, and assume that the boy with the slings...
 3.35P: ?A rescue plane wants to drop supplies to isolated mountain climber...
 3.36P: A person going for a morning jog on the deck of a cruise ship is ru...
 3.37P: ?Huck Finn walks at a speed of 0.60 m/s across his raft (that is, h...
 3.38P: You are driving south on a highway at 25 m/s (approximately 55 mi/h...
 3.39P: ?A boat can travel 2.30 m/s in still water. (a) If the boat points ...
 3.40P: Two planes approach each other headon. Each has a speed of 785 km/...
 3.41P: An airplane is heading due south at a speed of 600 km/h. If a wind ...
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