## Solutions for Physics for Scientists and Engineers, Technology Update (No access codes included)

Problem 1.1QQ:

In a machine shop, two cams are produced, one of aluminum and one of iron. Both cams have the same...Problem 1.2QQ:

True or False: Dimensional analysis can give you the numerical value of constants of proportionality...Problem 1.3QQ:

The distance between two cities is 100 mi. What is the number of kilometers between the two cities?...Problem 1.1OQ:

One student uses a meterstick to measure the thickness of a textbook and obtains 4.3 cm 0.1 cm....Problem 1.2OQ:

A house is advertised as having 1 420 square feet under its roof. What is area in square meters? (a)...Problem 1.3OQ:

Answer each question yes or no. Must two quantities have the same dimensions (a) if you are adding...Problem 1.4OQ:

The price of gasoline at a particular station is 1.5 euros per liter. An American student can use 33...Problem 1.5OQ:

Rank the following five quantities in order from the largest to the smallest. If two of the...Problem 1.9OQ:

Newtons second law of motion ((Chapter 5) says that the mass of an object times its acceleration is...Problem 1.10OQ:

A calculator displays a result as 1.365 218 0 X 107 kg. The estimated uncertainty in the result is...Problem 1.1CQ:

Suppose the three fundamental standards of the metric system were length, density, and time rather...Problem 1.2CQ:

Why is the metric system of units considered superior to most other systems of units?Problem 1.4CQ:

Express the following quantities using the prefixes given in Table 1.4. (a) 3 10-4 (b) 5 10-5 s...Problem 1.2P:

The standard kilogram (Fig. 1.1a) is a platinum-iridium cylinder 39.0 mm in height and 39.0...Problem 1.7P:

A crystalline solid consists of atoms stacked up in a repeating lattice structure. Consider a...Problem 1.8P:

The mass of a copper atom is 1 06 10-25 kg, and the density of copper is 8 920 kg/ms3. (a)...Problem 1.10P:

Figure P1.10 shows a frustum of a cone. Match each of the expressions (a) (r1 + r2)[h2 + (r2 r,)2]...Problem 1.11P:

Kinetic energy K (Chapter 7) has dimensions kg m2/s2. It can be written in terms of the momentum p...Problem 1.13P:

The position of a particle moving under uniform acceleration is some function of time and the...Problem 1.14P:

(a) Assume the equation x = At3 + Bt describes the motion of a particular object, with x having the...Problem 1.15P:

A solid piece of lead has a mass of 23.94 g and a volume of 2.10 cm3. From these data, calculate the...Problem 1.16P:

An ore loader moves 1 200 tom/h from a mine to the surface. Convert this rate to pounds per second,...Problem 1.17P:

A rectangular building lot has a width of 75.0 ft and a length of 125 ft. Determine the area of this...Problem 1.18P:

Suppose your hair grows at the rate 1/32 in. per day. Find the rate at which it grows in nanometers...Problem 1.19P:

Why is the following situation impossible? A students dormitory room measures 3.8 m by 3.6 m, and...Problem 1.20P:

A pyramid has a bright of 481 ft, and its base covers an area of 13.0 acres (Fig. P1.20). The volume...Problem 1.21P:

The pyramid described in Problem 20 contains approximately 20 million stone blocks that average 2.50...Problem 1.22P:

Assume it takes 7.00 min to fill a 30.0-gal gasoline tank, (a) (Calculate the rate at which the tank...Problem 1.23P:

A section of land has an area of 1 square mile and contains 640 acres. Determine the number of...Problem 1.24P:

A house is 50.0 ft long and 26 ft wide and has 8.0-ft- high ceilings. What is the volume of the...Problem 1.26P:

Let AI represent the density of aluminum and Fe that of iron. Kind the radius of a solid aluminum...Problem 1.27P:

One gallon of paint (volume = 3.78 103 m3) covers an area of 25.0 m2. What is the thickness of the...Problem 1.31P:

Find the order of magnitude of the number of table- tennis halls (hat would ill into a typical-size...Problem 1.32P:

(a) Compute the order of magnitude of the mass of a bathtub half full of water. (b) Compute the...Problem 1.33P:

To an order of magnitude, how many piano tuners reside in New York City? The physicist Enrico Fermi...Problem 1.35P:

A rectangular plate has a length of (21.310.2) cm and a width of (9.810.1) cm. (Calculate the area...Problem 1.36P:

How many significant figures are in the following numbers? (a) 78.9 0.2 (b) 3.788 109 (c) 2.46 ...Problem 1.37P:

The tropical year, the time interval from one vernal equinox to the next vernal equinox, is the...Problem 1.38P:

Carry out the arithmetic operations (a) the sum of the measured values 756,37.2,0.83, and 2; (b) the...Problem 1.39P:

Review. In a community college parking lot, the number of ordinary cars is larger than the number of...Problem 1.40P:

Review. While you arc on a trip to Europe, you must purchase hazelnut chocolate bars for your...Problem 1.41P:

Review. A child is surprised that because of sales tax she must pay 1.36 for a toy marked 1.25. What...Problem 1.43P:

Review. The ratio of the number of sparrows visiting a bird feeder to the number of more interesting...Problem 1.48P:

Review. A highway curve forms a section of a circle. A car goes around the curve as shown in the...Problem 1.51P:

Review. A student is supplied with a stack of copy paper, ruler, compass, scissors, and a sensitive...Problem 1.52P:

The radius of a uniform solid sphere is measured to be (6.50 0.20) cm, and its mass is measured to...Problem 1.53P:

A sidewalk is to be constructed around a swimming pool that measures (10.0 0.1) m by (17.0 0.1) m....Problem 1.54AP:

Collectible coins are sometimes plated with gold to enhance their beauty and value. Consider a...Problem 1.56AP:

(a) What is the order of magnitude of the number of micro organisms in the human intestinal tract? A...Problem 1.57AP:

The diameter of our disk-shaped galaxy, the Milky Way, is about 1.0 105 light-years (ly). The...Problem 1.58AP:

Why is the following situation impossible? In an effort to boost interest in a television game show,...Problem 1.59AP:

A high fountain of water is located at the center of a circular pool as shown in Figure P159. A...Problem 1.60AP:

A water fountain is at the center of a circular pool as shown in Figure P1.59. A student walks...Problem 1.61AP:

The data in the following table represent measurements of the masses and dimensions of solid...Problem 1.62AP:

The distance from the Sun to the nearest star is about 4 1016 m. The Milky Way galaxy (Fig. P1.31)...Problem 1.63AP:

Assume there are 100 million passenger cars in the United States and the average fuel efficiency is...Problem 1.64AP:

A spherical shell has an outside radius of 2.60 cm and an inside radius of a. The shell wall has...Problem 1.65AP:

Bacteria and other prokaryotes are found deep underground, in water, and in the air. One micron (106...Problem 1.66AP:

Air is blown into a spherical balloon so that, when its radius is 6.50 cm, its radius is increasing...Problem 1.67AP:

A rod extending between x = 0 and x = 14.0 cm has uniform cross-sectional area A = 9.00 cm2. Its...Problem 1.68AP:

In physics, it is important to use mathematical approximations. (a) Demonstrate that for small...Problem 1.69AP:

The consumption of natural gas by a company satisfies the empirical equation V = 1.50t + 0.008 00t2,...# Browse All Chapters of This Textbook

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The balloon...Chapter 14, Problem 14.64APChapter 14, Problem 14.68APChapter 14, Problem 14.78APChapter 14, Problem 14.80APChapter 14, Problem 14.85CPChapter 15, Problem 15.1QQChapter 15, Problem 15.12PChapter 15, Problem 15.13PChapter 15, Problem 15.19PChapter 15, Problem 15.28PChapter 15, Problem 15.30PThe formula to calculate amplitude is, A=Lθ Here, L is the length of pendulum and θ is the displaced...Chapter 15, Problem 15.44PChapter 15, Problem 15.47PChapter 15, Problem 15.73APChapter 15, Problem 15.76APChapter 15, Problem 15.79APChapter 15, Problem 15.84CPIn a transverse wave the disturbance in the medium is perpendicular to the direction of propagation....Chapter 16, Problem 16.3OQGiven info: The wavelength of wave is 2.00 m , the amplitude is 0.100 m . The speed of wave in...Chapter 16, Problem 16.15PChapter 16, Problem 16.20PChapter 16, Problem 16.27PGiven info: The scalar quantity A is 4(7+3) . 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The period of...Explanation: The situation in which there is no exchange of energy between the two objects in...Chapter 19, Problem 19.17PGiven info: The initial volume of aluminum cylinder and turpentine is 2.000 L , the initial...Chapter 19, Problem 19.54APChapter 19, Problem 19.57APChapter 19, Problem 19.72CPChapter 19, Problem 19.73CPChapter 19, Problem 19.74CPChapter 19, Problem 19.76CPGiven Info: The length of the rod is 1.00 m , the temperature change of the rod is 100.0 °C . 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circuit is 1.00 H and emf of the...Chapter 32, Problem 32.26PChapter 32, Problem 32.30PGiven Info: The inductance in the circuit is 140 mH , the resistance in the circuit is 4.90 Ω and...Explanation: Given info: The inductance of the inductor is 3.30 H , the capacitance of the capacitor...Chapter 32, Problem 32.60APExplanation: Given info: The induced voltage is 10.0 V , the resistance of the resistor is 4.00 Ω...Chapter 32, Problem 32.70APChapter 32, Problem 32.75APExplanation: Given info: The battery emf is 18.0 V , inductance is 0.500 H , first resistance is...Chapter 33, Problem 33.1QQChapter 33, Problem 33.24PChapter 33, Problem 33.59APGiven info: The resistance of the circuit is 200 Ω , the inductance of the circuit is 663 mH , the...Chapter 33, Problem 33.66APChapter 33, Problem 33.67APChapter 33, Problem 33.72APExplanation: Given info: The value of resistance is 150 Ω , value of inductance is 0.250 H , value...Chapter 33, Problem 33.76APChapter 33, Problem 33.77CPGiven info: 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