An 18-cm-long bicycle crank arm, with a pedal at one end, is attached to a 20-cm-diameter sprocket, the toothed disk around which the chain moves. A cyclist riding this bike increases her pedaling rate from 60rpm to 90 rpm in 10s .
a. What is the tangential acceleration of the pedal?
b. What length of chain passes over the top of the sprocket during this interval?
a. the tangential acceleration of the pedal is
b. the length of chain passes over the top of the sprocket during this interval is
The initial and final angular velocity, 60 and 90 rpm respectively, the time period for this change of velocity, 10 seconds, and a
The radius of the crank arm,
The initial and final angular velocity
Angle turned by the bicycle crank in
If the length of chain passes over the top of sprocket
In FIGURE CP12.88, a 200 g toy car is placed on a narrow 60-cm-diameter track with wheel grooves that keep the car going in a circle. The 1.0 kg track is free to turn on a frictionless, vertical axis. The spokes have negligible mass. After the car’s switch is turned on, it soon reaches a steady speed of 0.75 m/s relative to the track. What then is the track’s angular velocity, in rpm?
Your task in a science contest is to stack four identical uniform bricks, each of length L, so that the top brick is as far to the right as possible without the stack falling over. Is it possible, as Figure P12.61 shows, to stack the bricks such that no part of the top brick is over the table? Answer this question by determining the maximum possible value of d.
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