This is a UK A-Level question that I'm really struggling with, and can't seem to find any resources online that explain it well.
I've been given the following details:
mass of gokart + driver = 520kg
radius of track = 42m
Maximum frictional force between tyres and road on flat track F = 20%...
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Which songs should have been left well alone?
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While coming across a question on Newton's laws,I found a case when a block slides on another block kept horizontally as in the figure.All surfaces are frictionless.
My concern is for the blocks to be in contact that is to move together will the horizontal velocities of both the blocks be the...
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On the image below is a test pendelum for rock wool production. The pendelum is driven by two induction motors. When the right motor makes one revolution, the left motor makes two revolutions. The motors are positionally locked (example: when the right motor is at 35.3° the left motor is...
Attached are photos of a Ford Model A snowmobile. The owner wrapped track pieces around the rear wheels, but it does not appear to have a bogie or other track drive system. Does this setup look like it is really effective as a tracked machine?
For this question i tried to reason with my self that C was the fastest and A was the second fastest. B would be the third fastest and D would be the least fastest since the ball has to go up. I looked up the answer and it says that C is the fastest , B and D are equal, and A is the slowest. How...
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a)What is the total energy in the system?
Only energy acting on the system assuming the track is level and there is no potential energy of the carts, is the potential energy of the spring.
Comes out to 7.8125 using the potential energy of a spring equation.
b) What are their velocities if the...
*A is the node all the way to the left above the 30V but I didn’t end up using it because I don’t think you need it since the same as 30V, right? *
I know I messed up somewhere because shouldn’t V1-4 = 30? After finding my V1 I used that value to find the other Vs and it ended up being close to...
Words from manufacturer:
"SLANTED MAST TRACK
The slanted adjustable mast track raises the front section to help the board get on its rail even earlier in light winds and sinks the back section below deck level to improve control in planing conditions."...
Suppose a particle is moving around a circular track of radius R at speed v. To bend around a circle some agency has to exert an acceleration towards the center of the circle. I analyze the forces acting on the particle, its weight and the normal force and there is no acceleration in the...
I have a machine I am designing that has a carriage supported by Track rollers on a machined flatbar track.
The load that each individual roller will experience could reach 2000lbs. worst case scenario.
The track surface is machined 304L - 1" wide as you can see in the green in the attached...
Here is the official solution:
I don't understand this solution. Firstly why can the author assume wlog that slower runner ran exactly 1 mile? Secondly, if 3.3ft is indeed the max error then worst case scenario is that first runner's track was 3.3 below actual length and 2nd was 3.3 over...
Basically, I need help to continue on this question. This is what I have now:
Angle of the race track (angle of the grey part):
tan(18/(169-108)) = 0.30396
Not sure how to continue?? What am I supposed to do and find next?
Thank you in advance! :smile::blushing::oldbiggrin:
Below is the whole code. I can't change the whole code, I can only change the "Kalman class".
The Kalman class in the code below is my attempt to solve the problem.
But the code doesn't work well.
I have written these 5 equations in the Kalman-filter algorithm:
State Extrapolation Equation...
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I am trying to design a mechanism that moves a piece towards the center of a disk by rotating a second disk as described in the picture below.
There is a stationary disk which restricts the motion of the piece, so it can move vertically only. There is also a second disk that it is located...
1) Conservation of energy
## mg(R-r)(1-cos \theta_0) = \frac{1}{2}mv^2 + \frac{1}{2} I \omega^2 ##
because of pure rolling ## \omega = \frac{v}{r} ##
So i got:
## v = \sqrt{\frac{4}{3} g (R-r) (1-cos(\theta_0))} ##
this is how i got normal force:
2) ## N - mg = m \frac{v^2}{R-r} ##
where v is...
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Journal article:
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I know how to solve the problem but have a question related to it. When the block is initially released from the spring the spring, having been pulled back, should give an initial velocity to the block. In that case why is the block's initial velocity zero?
Circular track: Both are in same direction.A = 3m/sec, B = 1 m/sec. Circumference of track= 100m.
What is the time taken by A & B to reach starting point for first time?
A small mass of ##m## starts sliding down a wedge which is having a stationary circular track on it. If ##M = 2m## and friction exists between the wedge and the horizontal surface. Draw the Frictional force vs Theta graph.
How to draw the graph?
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I'm a first year Electrical & Computer Engineering student at a Community College in Delaware. The program is designed as part of an articulation agreement with the University of Delaware in order to make a transfer to...
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I am transferring to Cal in the fall for Engineering Physics and am currently deciding which math track to take. The first option is to enroll in math 121A/121B, which are mathematical methods courses for scientists and engineers (covers series, complex numbers/integration, PDE's...
This is the question.
This is the FBD in the solution given. What i didn't understand is the sense of normal force. in the question mg force pulls particle down and according to my logic normal vector should be upwards in this conditions. but it is downwards in the given FBD. when i try to...
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My question is regarding toy car A. If the car moves to the left, is the constant acceleration of ##2.40 \frac {cm} {s^2}##
to the left or to the right?
Homework Statement
Serway Physics - P2.40
A glider of length 12.4 cm moves on an air track with constant acceleration (Fig P2.39).
A time interval of 0.628 s elapses between the moment when its front end passes a fixed
point A along the track and the moment when its back end passes this pont...
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but I really can't tell if moon cycles are predictable or not !
like can we tell in advance when is the full moon ?
I feel like the answer sould be a definite YES, but my confusion is based on what I see each year.
I live in an...
The positive lambda has a quark composition udc, and a lifespan of 2 x 10 minus 13 seconds. When this particle is created in a collision, inside a modern detector, how long will its track be? At near the speed of light, its lifetime would allow it to traverse less than a tenth of a millimeter...
Homework Statement
Please see the attached file.
Homework Equations
Ei = Ef
The Attempt at a Solution
I don't have an answer key provided, but I'd really like to verify that I'm right (or if I'm wrong, why). I think ti'd be (c) because assuming that due to inertia, B will continue going...
Homework Statement
Homework Equations
3. The Attempt at a Solution [/B]
Currently stuck on the question relating to the value of capacitance across X1/Q1 to reduce the voltage to 1 LSB
I have calculated the voltage of the 1LSB to be 0.8507 mV
ADC Range/Resolution 3.3V/2^12
I have...
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Is it possible to design a Slider control which is displayed as a Circular shape, the control can be adjusted by moving the pointer clockwise to show the progress value similar to a Circular Wall Clock ?
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I just like to read and know, and still, I realize that there have been so many works in mathematics and so much to study which I don't even know of.
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Homework Statement
A model yacht runs on a horizontal frictionless oval track as shown (viewed from above) in the figure. The curved parts of the track are semi-circles of radius ##R = 0.5 m##; the straight sides have length ##L = 1 m##. The mass of the yacht is ##m = 0.5 kg.##
A force of...
Homework Statement [/B]
Student runs 3.4 laps in 30 minutes on a circular track with a radius 100m, She begins at the western most point of the track and travels clockwise. after this she gets sidetracked by the ice-cream truck, and follows it due west for twenty seconds at 4m/s.
a) determine...
I'm trying to figure out whether it is best to use a multi-wheel or track system to get an object over a step, however I'm having a bit of trouble finding the torque needed for a track to pull itself up and over.
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14.37 A 75-kg ski jumper starts his run in the position shown on the parabolic
track. The equation of the parabola is ##y = (12/225)x^2##, where x and y are in meters.
Neglecting friction, calculate the contact force between the skis and the track at O.
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The rod is attached and can frictionlessly slide on the purple track. The questioner specified that the collision is elastic. The first obvious error in this problem is that the direction and magnitude of the final velocity of the ball is impossible. If the ball carries off all the energy it...
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The detector is made of two co-planar layers of silicon two metres apart, and there is a plane of wire chambers halfway between them. The wire chamber can measure a track with precision ##100\mu##m. What is the highest momentum a particle can have for which the detector will...
Homework Statement
The skier leaves with 10 m/s
What is the final velocity parallel to the track when it is hit?
Homework Equations
The Attempt at a Solution
I have already found out d which is 21,27m and the time for the movement which is 1.6s.
I can also find the impact velocity, but how am...
Homework Statement
A stuntman drives a dirt bike on a curved track with a radius of 7.50 m. If he starts from rest and accelerates at 2.35 m/s2, at what time will the magnitude of the total acceleration of the bike be 5.02 m/s2? (Hint: the tangential acceleration will stay constant at 2.35...
2 frictionless tracks have equal length bumps with one going up and the other down. Halfway through the track which one has more energy?
Assuming that they started at the same height, I thought that they had the same amount of energy, but since Ball B ends up having a greater velocity at the...
Homework Statement
A car of mass m is initially stationary on a smooth track at distance h above the ground. What would be the minimum value of h required in order for the car to remain on the track throughout its journey around the loop of radius r?
Homework Equations
KE(bottom)>PE (top)...
So a few months or years ago I learned that most of the energy from swinging comes from raising the center of mass at the lowest point of a swing.
I also recently found a method of swinging that maximizes this energy gain. You squat on the swing, and stand up every time it gets to the lowest...
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A small disc, radius r and mass m = 7.9 g, rolls on its edge. The friction with the track is enough to prevent slipping. When released, it rolls down the track (sketch) and reaches a circular section with radius R = 5.1 cm, which is very much greater than r. The initial...
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Show that integrated track length in EM-shower is proportional to ##E_0##.
Homework Equations
##E(t)=\frac{E_0}{2^t}##, with radiation length, ##x_0##. Knowledge that shower terminates at ##E_c##.
The Attempt at a Solution
The total track length is naturally the total...
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