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# Physics problems:kinematics

Part 6

Problem 51.

(Inquiry into Physics-5th ed.,Ostdiek,Bord) On a day the wind is blowing toward the south at 3m/s, a runner jogs west at 4m/s. What is the velocity of the air relative to the runner?

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Problem 52.

(Inquiry into Physics-5th ed.,Ostdiek,Bord) A runner has an average speed of 4 m/s during a race. How far does the runner travel in 20 minutes?

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Problem 53.

A car starts from the rest and accelerates uniformly for t=5 seconds over a distance of 100m. Find the acceleration of the car.

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Problem 54.

On the moon, an object is dropped from a height of 2 m. The acceleration of gravity on the moon is . Determine the time it takes for the object to fall to the surface of the moon.

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Problem 55.

A coin is dropped from a 400 m high tower. What is the coin's velocity when it hits the ground? How long does it take to get there?

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Problem 56.

Does the odometer of a car measure a scalar or a vector quantity?

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Problem 57.

The speed of light is about . Convert it into miles per hour (mph).

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Problem 58.

You are driving towards a traffic signal when it turns yellow. Your speed is 55 km/h, and your best deceleration has the magnitude of . Your best reaction time before breaking is . To avoid having the front of your car enter the intersection after the light turns red, should you break to a stop or continue to move at 55 km/h if the distance to the intersection and the duration of the yellow light are

(a) 40m and 2.8s, and

(b) 32m and 1.8s?

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Problem 59.

The tips of the blades in a food blender are moving with a speed of 20 m/s in a circle that has a radius of 0.06 m. How much time does it take for the blades to make one revolution?

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Problem 60.

While you are traveling in a car on a straight road at 90 km/hr, another car passes you in the same direction; its speedometer reads 120km/hr. What is your velocity relative to the other driver? What is the other car's velocity relative to you?

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