Homework Statement
An alpha particle (two protons and two neutrons) traveling east at 2.0 x 105 m/s enters a magnetic field of 0.20 T pointing straight up. What is the force acting on the alpha particle?
Homework Equations
F = qvBsinø
The Attempt at a Solution
With the fingers of the right...
Homework Statement
Hello. One section of my lab requires me to calculate the percentage error in the magnetic field at the closest separation.
My data for that point in time are as follows:
x1=0.6 cm \pm 0.1 cm
v1=0.006 m/0.02 s = 0.3 m/s
Homework Equations
where delta x, y...
Yes the h and r should be switched; silly error my bad.
finding h in part a):
mgh = 0.5mv2 + mg2r
at the top min. speed is sqrt rg
mgh = 0.5mrg + mg2r
simplify
h = 2.5r
thanks so much for your help. i (finally!) got it.
Never mind my previous post; I think I've got it now.
at the top:
v2= 4g(r-h)
Fnet=Fc=Fn+Fg
Fn=mv2/r - mg
sub in v2
Fn= {[4mg(r-h)]/r } - mg
at the bottom:
v2= 4gh
Fnet=Fc=Fn-Fg
Fn=mv2/r + mg
Fn= (4mgh/r) + mg
at the end:
Fn= mg
:confused: *fingers crossed*
at the top of the loop
Fnet = FN - Fg = ma
FN = mv2/r + mg
FN = m(v2/r + g)
this is similar to the answer I had before. I realize now that I hadn't used the 2h at all. Am I supposed to use energy conservation to figure this out?
Homework Statement
the small mass m sliding without friction along the looped track is to remain on the track at all times, even at the very top of the loop of radius r.
a) calculate, in terms of the given quantities, the min. release height h.
if actual release height is 2h, calculate...
Homework Statement
You are crossing a narrow bridge 1km long when you notice a truck approaching at 90km/h. If you can run at 5m/s, how far from the far end must you be if you could reach either end just before being hit by the truck?
My attempt
Displacement between the two...
Homework Statement
A juggler can transfer a ball from his left hand to his right hand in 0.2s. If he is juggling 5 balls and releases them from a height of 1.5m what is the min. height of the ceiling?
Homework Equations
symmetrical trajectory equations:
t = 2v1sintheta / g
delta_d =...
Homework Statement
I have this equation, but I'm having trouble solving for the unknown :/ I know that d is 109; I just don't know how to get it.
see below
Homework Equations
-dsin35 = -4.9(dcos35/25)^2
The Attempt at a Solution
-dsin35 = -4.9d^2 cos^2(35)/25^2
-dsin35 = -4.9d^2 cos(35) x...
If a = -9.8 m/s^2, then I'd be able to calculate dy... so would I have to repeat this calculation until v2 = 0 and add up all the displacements? Or is there an simpler method?