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1. 1/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW101.XP.007.GO.

GrainsoffineCaliforniabeachsandareapproximatelysphereswithanaverageradiusof55m
andaremadeofsilicondioxide.Asolidcubeofsilicondioxidewithavolumeof1.00m3hasa
massof2600kg.Whatmassofsandgrainswouldhaveatotalsurfacearea(thetotalareaofall
theindividualspheres)equaltothesurfaceareaofacube1.70monanedge?

0.828

kg

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2. 4/4points|PreviousAnswersHRW101.XP.008.

Waterispouredintoacontainerthathasaleak.Themassmofthewaterisgivenasafunction
oftimetbym=5.50t0.83.45t+20.00,witht 0,mingrams,andtinseconds.
(a)Atwhattimeisthewatermassgreatest?

3.37

(b)Whatisthatgreatestmass?

22.92

(c)Inkilogramsperminute,whatistherateofmasschangeatt=2.00s?
0.0228

kg/min

(d)Inkilogramsperminute,whatistherateofmasschangeatt=5.00s?
0.0156

kg/min

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3. 1/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.TB.001.

Whencanyoutreatamovingobjectasifitwereapointlikeparticle?
Onlyifallpartsoftheobjectaremovinginthesamedirectionandatthesame
rate.
Thisquestionhasnophysicalmeaning.
Onlyiftheobjectismovingwithconstantacceleration.
Youcanalwaystreatamovingobjectasifitwereapointlikeparticle.
Onlyifitreallyisapointlikeparticle.

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4. 1/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.TB.002.

Aparticlemovesalongthexaxisfromxitoxf.Ofthefollowingvaluesoftheinitialandfinal
coordinates,whichresultsinthedisplacementwiththelargestmagnitude?
xi=4m,xf=4m
xi=4m,xf=6m
xi=4m,xf=2m
xi=4m,xf=2m
xi=4m,xf=8m

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5. 1/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.TB.007.

Thepositionyofaparticlemovingalongtheyaxisdependsonthetimetaccordingtothe
equationy=atbt2.Thedimensionsofthequantitiesaandbarerespectively:
noneofthese
L3/T,T2/L
L/T,L/T2
L2/T,L3/T2
L/T2,L2/T

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6. 1/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.TB.009.

Twoautomobilesare150kilometersapartandtravelingtowardeachother.Oneautomobileis
movingat60km/handtheotherismovingat40km/h.Inhowmanyhourswilltheymeet?
2.5h
1.75h
1.5h
2.0h
1.25h

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7. 6/6points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.XP.002.

Aparticlemovesalongthexaxisaccordingtotheequationx=50t+10t2,wherexisinmeters
andtisinseconds.

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(a)Calculatetheaveragevelocityoftheparticleduringthefirst3.0sofitsmotion.
80

m/s

(b)Calculatetheinstantaneousvelocityoftheparticleatt=3.0s.
110

m/s

(c)Calculatetheinstantaneousaccelerationoftheparticleatt=3.0s.
20

m/s2

(d)UsingFigureA,inwhichtheblueparabolaistheplotofxversust,indicatehowthe
averagevelocityduringthefirst3.0scanbeobtainedgraphically.
Itisthexcoordinateoftheintersectionoftheredlineandthebluegraph.
Noneofthese
Itistheslopeofthegreenline.
Itistheslopeoftheredline.
Itistheyinterceptofthepurpleline.

(e)Usingthegraphofxversust(FigureA)wheretheblueparabolaistheactualplot,
indicatehowtheinstantaneousvelocityatt=3.0scanbeobtainedgraphically.
Noneofthese
Itistheslopeoftheredline.
Itistheslopeofthegreenline.
Itistheintersectionoftheredandpurplelines.
Itistheslopeofthepurpleline.

(f)FromthethreelinesinFigureB,choosethecorrectplotofvversust,andindicate
howtofindtheaccelerationatt=3.0sgraphically.

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Thebluelineisthevelocitygraphandtheycoordinateofitsintersectionwith
thered/positiongraphistheacceleration.
Thegreenlineisthevelocityandtheslopeofthelineconnectingitsendpoints
istheacceleration.
Noneoftheseanswersarecorrect.
Thegreenlineisthevelocitygraphandthexcoordinateofitsbendisthe
acceleration.
Thebluelineisthevelocitygraphanditsslopeistheacceleration.

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8. 0/2points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.XP.007.

Anautomobileincreasesitsspeeduniformlyfrom20km/hto59km/hin0.45min.Abicyclerider
uniformlyspeedsupto39km/hfromrestin0.45min.
Calculatetheaccelerationoftheautomobile.
0.040

m/s2

Calculatetheaccelerationofthebicycle.
0.040

m/s2

Accelerationisequaltothechangeinthevelocitydividedbytheelapsedtime.
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9. 0/2points|PreviousAnswersHRW103.XP.004.

Awheelwitharadiusof35.0cmrollswithoutslippingalongahorizontalfloor.Attimet1,thedot
Ppaintedontherimofthewheelisthepointofcontactbetweenthewheelandthefloor,as
showninthfigurebelow.Atalatertimet2,thewheelhasrolledthroughoneandahalf
revolutions.
(a)WhatisthemagnitudeofthedisplacementofP?
337

(b)Whatistheangle(relativetothefloor)ofthedisplacementofP?
32.47

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10.1/4points|PreviousAnswersHRW103.XP.006.

Avector hasamagnitude4.5mandisdirectedeast.
(a)Whatarethemagnitudeandthedirectionofthevector5.5 ?
25.15

mat10.3

northofeast

(b)Whatarethemagnitudeandthedirectionofthevector2.5 ?
12.11

mat

northofeast

Multiplyingavectorbyanumberchangesthevector'smagnitudebutnotitsdirection.Multiplying
byanegativenumberreversesthedirectionofthevector.
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11.1/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW103.XP.009.GO.

Forthefollowingthreevectors,whatis2 (2 )?
=2.00 +3.00 6.00k
=3.00 +2.00 +2.00k
=5.00 8.00
88

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12./3pointsHRW104.XP.006.

Thepitcherinaslowpitchsoftballgamereleasestheballatapoint3.0ftabovegroundlevel.A
stroboscopicplotofthepositionoftheballisshowninthefigurebelow,wherethereadingsare
0.25sapartandtheballisreleasedatt=0.(Onthehorizontalaxis,x1=10ft.)

(a)Whatistheinitialspeedoftheball?
ft/s
(b)Whatisthespeedoftheballattheinstantitreachesitsmaximumheightabove
groundlevel?
ft/s
(c)Whatisthatmaximumheight?
ft
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13.6/7points|PreviousAnswersHRW104.XP.012.GO.

Inthefigure,youthrowaballtowardawallatspeed27.0m/sandatangle0=35.0abovethe
horizontal.Thewallisdistanced=23.5mfromthereleasepointoftheball.(Consideruptobe
thepositiveydirection,andtotherighttobethepositivexdirection.)

(a)Howfarabovethereleasepointdoestheballhitthewall?
23.18

(b)Whatisthehorizontalcomponentofitsvelocityasithitsthewall?(Indicatethe
directionwiththesignofyouranswer.)
22.117

m/s

(c)Whatistheverticalcomponentofitsvelocityasithitsthewall?(Indicatethe
directionwiththesignofyouranswer.)
5.098

m/s

(d)Whenithits,hasitpassedthehighestpointonitstrajectory?
Yes
No

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14.0/1points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.P.069.

Howfardoestherunnerwhosevelocitytimegraphisshownbelowtravelin8s?
56

Distanceisequaltotheintegrationofvelocitywithrespecttotime.Heretheintegrationcanbe
donegraphically.
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AlgebraSquareroots&Squares

15./1pointsHRW102.P.070.

Twoparticlesmovealonganxaxis.Thepositionofparticle1isgivenbyx=5.35t2+3.00t+
2.00(inmetersandseconds)theaccelerationofparticle2isgivenbya=8.00t(inmetersper
secondssquaredandseconds)and,att=0,itsvelocityis21m/s.Whenthevelocitiesofthe
particlesmatch,whatistheirvelocity?
m/s
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AlgebraSquareroots&Squares

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16.4/5points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.P.045.ssm.

Considerthefollowing.

(a)Withwhatspeedmustaballbethrownverticallyfromgroundleveltorisetoa
maximumheightof53m?

32.2

m/s

(b)Howlongwillitbeintheair?

6.5

(c)Whichofthegraphsisthatofyvst?
GraphA

(d)Whichofthesegraphsisthatofvvst?
GraphB

(e)Whichofthesegraphsisthatofavst?
GraphH

Constantaccelerationequations,forverticalmotion.Youknowtheinitialvelocity,the
displacement,andthedownwardacceleration,andyouwantthetime.
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17.2/2points|PreviousAnswersHRW102.P.051.

Asarunawayscientificballoonascendsat19.6m/s,oneofitsinstrumentpackagesbreaksfree
ofaharnessandfreefalls.Thefigurebelowgivestheverticalvelocityofthepackageversus
time,frombeforeitbreaksfreetowhenitreachestheground.

(a)Whatmaximumheightabovethebreakfreepointdoesitrise?
19.6

(b)Howhighisthebreakfreepointabovetheground?
58.8

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AlgebraSquareroots&Squares

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