An object of mass 3kg is released from rest from a height h of 13 meters above the ground on a ramp. The object then slides down along a horizontal surface along a distance of d=20 meters where friction is present (\mu_s=0.5 and \mu_k=0.2), and compresses a horizontal spring initially unstretched until it finally comes to rest. If k=300N/m, by how much does the spring compresses (maximally) upon impact?
An object of mass 3kg is released from rest from a height h of 13 meters...
A mass 3 kg is released from rest at a height of 5 meters and slides down a frictionless curve. There is a patch that is 3 meters long with a kinetic coefficient of 0.2. Beyond that friction patch is a spring with a spring constant of 400 N/m. (There is no friction under the spring.) Calculate the maximum compression distance (x) needed to stop the mass the first time It compresses the spring. Calculate where exactly the mass stops...
3.0 kg block slides down a frictionless ramp of height 3.0 meters starting from rest. it then traverses a 2.0 metter rough patch with a coefficient of kinetic friction 0.35 It then gets to a smooth area where it compresses a horizontal spring of spring constant 50 n/m. Please help me Solve the rest of the physics problem The answers to part A is x= 1.64 meters and part b is 1.58 meters Problem 1 A 3.0 kg block slides...
As shown in the figure below, a 2.25-kg block is released from rest on a ramp of height h. When the block is released, it slides without friction to the bottom of the ramp, and then continues across a surface that is frictionless except for a rough patch of width 15.0 cm that has a coefficient of kinetic friction μk = 0.520. Find h such that the block's speed after crossing the rough patch is 4.20 m/s. An object with a...
a)- 10 m: 3kg A block is released from rest at a height a and compresses a K=2m spring a distance x=20m before stopping. X=2cm
A 3.0 kg block slides down a frictionless wedge of height of 3.0 meters starting from rest. It then traverses a 2.0 meter rough patch with a coefficient of kinetic friction 0.35. It then gets to a smooth area where it compresses a horizontal spring of spring constant 50 N/m. a. How much is the spring compressed when the mass briefly comes to a stop? b. How high up the ramp does the mass make it when it makes it...
1 45 kg is released from rest from the top of a rough ramp, with Mass - coefficient of kinetic friction 0.25 between the block and the incline, of height 3.2 m and length d 5.5 m. At the bottom of the ramp, the mass slides on a horizontal, frictionless surface until it compresses a spring of spring constant k 2. 110 N/m. a. Calculate the speed of the mass at the bottom of the ramp? b. How far does...
An object with a mass, m = 5 kg, is released from rest at the top of the ramp. The length of the ramp is 2.3 m. The object slides down the ramp reaching a speed of 2.1 m/s at the bottom. a) If the friction force between the ramp and the object is 3 N, find the angle between the ramp and the horizontal theta (in degrees). b) What speed (in m/s) does the object reach at the bottom...
Suppose the vertical height h that Supergirl can jump after she compresses her tendons a distance x1 (beyond her unstretched length) is 25m. How high would she jump after she has compresses her tendons an additional 10% more than before (that is a distance 1.10x1 beyond her unstretched length)? A block of mass 3kg slides along a horizontal table with speed 10m/s. At x = 0 it hits a spring with spring constant 10N/m and begins to experience a friction...
A mass of 1.8 kilograms is placed at height 0.5 meters above the dotted line above on a planar surface inclined at an angle of 30 degrees to the horizontal. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the mass and the inclined portion of the surface is 0.26. The mass is released, slides down the incline and compresses a spring with spring constant 1037.7 N/m. What is the largest compression in meters experienced by this spring?
TOELEN A mass of 2.1 kilograms is placed at height 0.5 meters above the dotted line above on a planar surface inclined at an angle of 30 degrees to the horizontal. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the mass and the inclined portion of the surface is 0.39. The mass is released, slides down the incline and compresses a spring with spring constant 1.120.4 N/m. What is the largest compression in meters experienced by this spring?