Serway Calc (9th) Topics and Chapters that we cover

Ch 01: Physics and Measurement

Ch 10: Part 3: Rotation / Kinetic Energy

Ch 13: Universal Gravitation

Ch 18: Superposition and Standing Waves

Ch 40: Introduction to Quantum Physics

Ch 41: Quantum Mechanics

Ch 42: Atomic Physics

Ch 43: Molecules and Solids

Ch 44: Nuclear Structure

Ch 45: Applications of Nuclear Physics

Ch 46: Particle Physics and Cosmology

Serway Calc 9th Edition Solutions

A single conservative force acts on a 5.00-kg particle within a system due to its interaction with the rest of the system. The equation Fx = 2x + 4 describes the force, where Fx is in newtons and x is in meters. As the particle moves along the x axis from x = 1.00 m to x = 5.00 m, calculate
(a) the work done by this force on the particle
(b) the change in the potential energy of the system
(c) the kinetic energy the particle has at x = 5.00 m if its speed is 3.00 m/s at x = 1.00 m

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A 4.00-kg particle is subject to a net force that varies with position as shown in the figure. The particle starts from rest at x 5 0. What is its speed at (a) x = 5.00 m, (b) x = 10.0 m, and (c) x = 15.0 m?

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(a) A 3.00-kg object has a velocity (6.00 i - 2.00 j) m/s. What is its kinetic energy at this moment?
(b) What is the net work done on the object if its velocity changes to (8.00 i + 4.00 j) m/s?

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When a 4.00-kg object is hung vertically on a certain light spring that obeys Hooke’s law, the spring stretches 2.50 cm. If the 4.00-kg object is removed, (a) how far will the spring stretch if a 1.50-kg block is hung on it? (b) How much work must an external agent do to stretch the same spring 4.00 cm from its unstretched position?

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A uniform chain of length 8.00 m initially lies stretched out on a horizontal table. Assuming the coefficient of static friction between chain and table is 0.600, show that the chain will begin to slide off the table if at least 3.00 m of it hangs over the edge of the table.

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