- Find the current in the circuit shown in Fig. 17.74. Figure 17.74 -E₁ = 6.00 V -E₂ = 6.00 V R = 37.5 Q
- Find the current in the circuit shown in Fig. 17.73. Figure 17.73 E₁ = 1.50 V E₂ = 1.50 V R₁ = 7.40 2
- The current in a parallel circuit is given by(a) The sum of the inverse currents. (b) The sum of the voltages.(c) The sum of the currents in the branches.(d) None of the above.
- Find the equivalent resistance in Fig. 17.82. Figure 17.82 R₁ = 4.35 02 Lw R₁ = 0.765 02 w www R₂ = 3.750 www R₂ = 1.56 02 TE= 75.5 V ww R₂ = 3.42 02
- Find the voltage drop across R1 in Fig. 17.82. Figure 17.82 R₁ = 4.35 02 WWWR₁ = 0.765 2 www Lw www R₂ = 3.750 ww R₂ = 1.56 02 TE= 75.5 V www R₂ = 3.42 02
- Find the voltage drop across R5 in Fig. 17.82. Figure 17.82 R₁ = 4.35 02 WWWR₁ = 0.765 2 www Lw www R₂ = 3.750 TE= 75.5 V R₂ = 1.56 02 www R₂ = 3.42 02
- Describe the function of a commutator.
- Find VS.IP = 6.00 AIS = 4.00 AVP = 39.0 V
- Find VS.VP = 250 VNP = 730 turnsNS = 275 turns
- Find NP.VP = 30.0 VVS = 45.0 VNS = 15.0 turns
- Fill in the blanks. Number of Teeth Driver Driven 16 48 Driver 156 rpm Driven
- Fill in the blanks. Number of Teeth Driver 36 Driven Driver 24 rpm Driven 225
- Convert 25p rad(a) To revolutions.(b) To degrees.
- Fill in the blanks. Number of Teeth Driver Driven 18 Driver 72.0 rpm Driven 54.0
- Convert 12.0 revolutions(a) To radians.(b) To degrees.
- Find the number of teeth in gear D. A = 30 teeth at 800 rpm C = 20 teeth B = 50 teeth D 300 rpm
- What is angular displacement? In what units is it measured?
- Fill in the blanks. Number of Teeth Driver Driven 16 12 Driver 144 rpm Driven
- Fill in the blanks. Number of Teeth Driver Driven 36 48 Driver rpm Driven 276
- Fill in the blanks. Number of Teeth Driver Driven 64 Driver 148 rpm Driven 55.5
- A pendulum has a period of 0.700 s. Find the length of the pendulum in inches.
- Find the sum of each set of vectors. Give angles in standard position. asdfasfasd y 35.00 F₁ = 5080 lb F₂ = 4440 lb FR -- X
- Find the sum of each set of vectors. Give angles in standard position. F3 45.0° y F2 F₁ X |F₁|-|F₂|-|F3|=54,600 N
- Find the force F that will produce equilibrium in each force diagram. F=? 1250 N 1750 N 1050 N 2100 N 750 N
- Find the force F that will produce equilibrium in each force diagram. F=? 250 N 250 N 250 N 1250 N
- Find the mass for each weight.Find the mass of a 2750-lb automobile.
- Find the mass for each weight.Find the mass of an 11,500-N automobile.
- Find the force F that will produce equilibrium in each force diagram. F=? 295 N 184 N 136 N 235 N
- What is the weight of a 375-kg air compressor?
- Find the sum of each set of vectors. Give angles in standard position. F₂=2410 lb 107.0⁰ F₂=2430 lb y 143.0⁰ F₁ = 2660 lb X
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram. y F₂ F₁ C = 100 N 45.0⁰ ·X
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram. 10.0⁰ y C = 1000 lb AF₂ F₁ -X
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram. F₁ y C = 950 N F₂ 30.0⁰ X
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram. 30.0⁰ F₁ y C = 500 lb F₂ X
- Find the tension in each cable in Fig. 7.52. Figure 7.52 50.0⁰ T₁ T3 2200 N T₂
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.Find the tension in the horizontal supporting cable and the compression in the boom of the crane that supports a 1500@lb beam
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.Find the tension in the horizontal supporting cable and the compression in the boom of the crane that supports an 8900@N beam
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.If the angles between the horizontal and the ropes in Problem 19 are changed to 20.0 and 30.0, find the tension in each
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.If the angle between the horizontal and the ropes in Problem 19 is changed to 10.0, what are the tensions in the two ropes T1
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.A rope is attached to two buildings and supports a 500@lb sign (Fig. 7.21). Find the tensions in the two ropes T1 and T2.
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram. F2 y F₁ 주 20.0⁰ C = 400 N ·X
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram. y F₁₁ 105 R 60.0 60.0⁰ C = 250 lb -X F₂
- Find the vertical force needed to support the 4.00-m-long uniform beam weighing 3475 N as shown in Fig. 7.54. Figure 7.54 1.00 m 1125 N F
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.Find the tension in the cable and the compression in the support of the sign shown in Fig. 7.25. Figure
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.The crane shown in Fig. 7.26 is supporting a load of 1850 lb. Find the tension in the supporting cable and the compression in
- Find the forces F1 and F2 that produce equilibrium in each force diagram.The crane shown in Fig. 7.27 is supporting a load of 11,500 N. Find the tension in the supporting cable and the compression in
- Find the weight for each mass.m = 10.0 slugs
- A block of mass 0.89 slug moves with a force of 17.0 lb. Find the block’s acceleration.
- Find the mass for each weight.Fw = 17.0 N
- Find the horizontal range for each projectile with an initial speed of 35.0 m/s at the given angle:Draw a conclusion about range and angles based on the answers to Problems 1 through 5.1.
- Find the horizontal range for each projectile with an initial speed of 35.0 m/s at the given angle:55.0°
- Find the horizontal range for each projectile with an initial speed of 35.0 m/s at the given angle:45.0°
- Is velocity always constant?
- State the values of the acceleration due to gravity for freely falling bodies in both the metric and U.S. systems.
- Find the horizontal range for each projectile with an initial speed of 35.0 m/s at the given angle:35.0°
- Substitute in the given equation and find the unknown quantity. Given: Vf - Vi t a = 3.07 m/s² Vf= 16.8 m/s t = 4.10 s V₁ = ? a=
- An automobile changes speed as shown. Find its acceleration. Speed Change From 0 to 18 m/s Time Interval 3.0 s Find a in m/s²
- Find the horizontal range for each projectile with an initial speed of 35.0 m/s at the given angle:75.0°
- Substitute in the given equation and find the unknown quantity. Vf + Vi 2 Vf= 6.20 m/s Vi = 3.90 m/s Given: Vavg7 || Vavg = ?
- Find the horizontal range for each projectile with an initial speed of 35.0 m/s at the given angle:15.0°
- Fill in each blank (round to three significant digits when necessary):75 ms = ____ μs
- Vector R has length 18.0 cm at 305.0°. Find its x- and y-components.
- Which is larger?1 L or 1 mL
- What is the meaning of cross-sectional area?
- A microsecond is one-____ of a second.

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