Suppose the radius of the Earth was doubled while its density was kept fixed. The value of the gravitational acceleration at the surface would

g increase by a factor of 2.

c decrease by a factor of 2.

c remain the same.

The weight of an object in a cavern below the EarthÕs surface is

c greater than its weight at the surface.

g less than its weight at the surface.

c equal to its weight at the surface.

Two objects, each of mass *m*, are placed on the *x* axis, one at *x* = *d* and the other at *x* = -*d*. The
gravitational force due to these two objects on an object located on the *y* axis takes on its maximum magnitude at

c *y* = 0

c *y* = ´

c *y
*= ±*d*

g *y *= ±*d*/Ã2

A box (mass 5 kg) is accelerated by a force *F* across the floor with an acceleration of 2 m/s^{2}
for 10 s. The work done by
the force is

c 50 J

c 100 J

g 1000 J

c 1500 J

The work done by a force *F* = *k* |*x*| on an object moving along the *x* axis directly from *x* = -2 m to *x* = +2 m is

c 0 J

c 2*k*

g 4*k*

c 8*k*

What is the force that corresponds to the
potential energy function *U*(*x*, *y*) = 3*xy* + 5*x*^{2} + 6*y*^{3}?

c ** F** = 5

c ** F** =

g ** F** = (-3

c ** F** = (3

A ball is dropped from a height *h* and hits the ground with speed *v*. To
have the ball hit the ground with a speed 2*v* it should be dropped from a height

c *h*

c 2*h*

c 3*h*

g 4*h*

Three uniform spheres of radii 2*R*, *R*, and 3*R* are placed in contact next to each other on the *x* axis in this order (the smallest sphere is in the
center, the 2*R* sphere is
located to the left, and the 3*R* sphere is located to the right). The centers of the spheres are located
on the *x* axis. What is the distance from the center of
mass of this system from the center of the smallest sphere, assuming that each
sphere has the same density?

g (7/3)*R*

c (1/3)*R*

c (3/7)*R*

c (65/36)*R*

If the kinetic energy of an auto triples because of a speed change, its linear momentum

c increases by a factor of 3.

c remains the same.

c increases by a factor 9.

g increases by a factor of Ã3.

A tennis ball moving with a speed of 10 m/s collides elastically in a head-on collision with a massive locomotive engine moving with a speed of 10 m/s towards the ball. After bouncing directly back, the ball has a speed of

c 20 m/s.

g 30 m/s.

c 40 m/s.

__Problem 11__ (25 points)

a.
Since the mass *m* is
located on the axis of the ring, the net force due to the ring will be directed
along the axis of the ring towards its center (the components perpendicular to
axis will cancel).

b.
The distance of mass *m*
to a small section of the ring is equal to Ã(*x*^{2} + *R*^{2}). Assuming
the small section of the ring has a mass *dM*, we can easily calculate the magnitude of the
gravitational force it exerts on *m*:

The component of this force that is directed along the axis of the ring is equal to

The total force directed along the axis of the ring is thus equal to

c.
The potential energy due to a small segment of the ring with
mass *dM* is equal to

The
potential energy due to the entire ring can now be obtained by integrating over
the entire ring. Since each point
on the ring is the same distance from mass *m* the integral can be easily evaluated:

d. Since the particle is initially at rest, its initial kinetic energy is equal to 0 J. The initial mechanical energy of the system is equal to the potential energy and it thus equal to

The potential energy at the center of the ring can be obtained from the result of part (c):

The total mechanical energy at the cent of the ring must be the same as the initial mechanical energy:

This equation can be used to
determine the velocity *v* of the
particle:

__Problem 12__ (25 points)

a.
The collision between the bullet and the second block is a
completely inelastic collision.
After the collision, the bullet and block are moving with a velocity *v*_{2}.
The linear momentum of the system at this time is thus equal to

Before the bullet hits the second
block, it has a velocity *v*_{bullet,12}. At this time, the second block is at
rest, and the linear momentum of the bullet and the second block is thus equal
to

Conservation of linear momentum requires that

The velocity of the bullet is thus equal to

__Problem 13__ (25 points)