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Pendulum and Hooke's LawDRAFT
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  • Q. A 10-newton force is required to hold a stretched spring 0.20 meter from its rest position. What is the potential energy stored in the stretched spring?
  • Q. A 5-newton force causes a spring to stretch 0.2 meter. What is the potential energy stored in the stretched spring?
  • Q. A spring with a spring constant of 4.0 newtons per meter is compressed by a force of 1.2 newtons. What is the total elastic potential energy stored in this compressed spring?
  • Q. An unstretched spring has a length of 0.10 meters. When the spring is stretched by a force of 16 newtons, its length is increased to 0.18 meters. What is the spring constant of this spring? 
  • Q. Batman desires to make a simple pendulum that serves as a timing device. He plans to make it such that its period is 1.00 second. What length must the pendulum have?
  • Q. Batman and Robin swing from ropes attached to a large elevated platform. Suppose that they can be treated as a simple pendulum with a length of 16 m. Determine the period for one complete back and forth cycle.
  • Q. According to Wikipedia (and as of this writing), Tim Ahlstrom of Oconomowoc, WI holds the record for hand clapping. He is reported to have clapped his hands 793 times in 60.0 seconds.What is the frequency of Mr. Ahlstrom's hand clapping during this 60.0-second period?
  • Q. According to Wikipedia (and as of this writing), Tim Ahlstrom of Oconomowoc, WI holds the record for hand clapping. He is reported to have clapped his hands 793 times in 60.0 seconds.What is the period of Mr. Ahlstrom's hand clapping during this 60.0-second period?
  • Q. What is the period of a 3.5 m-long pendulum on Earth?
  • Q. True/False: The time for a complete back-and-forth swing of a pendulum is its frequency.
  • Q. The time that it takes to complete one wave cycle is called the...
  • Q. The number of cycles that are completed per second is called the _ and is measured in _.
  • Q. The period of an ocean wave is 10 s. What is its frequency?
  • Q. 5,000 g = ____________ kg
  • Q. A 450 N object has a mass of _____ on earth
  • Q. A spring with a spring constant (k) of 5 N/m is stretch 0.2 m. The spring force is 
  • Q. How far is a spring with k = 9 N/m stretched when a 5 kg mass is attached? 
  • Q. Acceleration due to gravity on Earth is equal to
  • Q. The force of gravity is measured in
  • Q. Pendulum "A" is on Jupiter Pendulum "B" is on the Moon.  The Moon has less gravity than  Jupiter the pendulums have the same mass and length.  Which Pendulum is moving faster?
  • Q. A pair of trapeze performers at the circus is swinging from ropes attached to a large elevated platform. Suppose that the performers can be treated as a simple pendulum with a length of 16 m. Determine the period for one complete back and forth cycle.
  • Q. Which would have the longest period?
    Pendulum A: A 200-g mass attached to a 1.0-m length string
    Pendulum B: A 400-g mass attached to a 0.5-m length string
  • Q. Your Mom wishes to make a simple pendulum that serves as a timing device. She plans to make it such that its period is 1.00 second. What length must the pendulum have?
  • Q. A pendulum is 0.75 meters long and has a period of 4.17 seconds. The Pendulum is on an unknown planet.  What is the gravity of the Unknown Planet?
  • Q. What is the period on Earth of a pendulum with a length of 2.4 m?
  • Q. If the Earth's gravitational field strength (g) is 10N/kg, how much weight does a 1kg mass (m) have in Newtons?
    F =m x g
  • Q. A spring with k=73 N/m is compressed 70 cm.  An object of mass 4 kg is attached to one end of the compressed spring.  What is the acceleration of the object at the moment the spring is released?  
  • Q. What force should be applied to compress a spring by 0.013 m if its spring constant is k = 1900 N/m?
  • Q. What Quantity can you calculate from the graph and give the magnitude of that quantity.  
  • Q. A 25,000 N Car is supported by 4 springs.  If each spring is deflected by 0.040 m what is the spring constant? 
  • Q. A spring has a spring constant of 330 N/m.  How far is the spring compressed if 150 N of force are used?
  • Q. A force of 470 N is applied to stretch a spring which has a spring constant, k=1100 N/m.  How much does the spring stretch past its free length?
  • Q. What force should be applied to compress a spring by 0.013 m if its spring constant is k = 1900 N/m?
  • Q. A force of F=500 N is applied to extend a spring.  What is the displacement x of the spring if its spring constant is k= 540 N/m?
  • Q. A cylinder hangs motionless 40 cm below its equilibrium position from a spring with a constant of 50 N/m.  What is the mass of the cylinder?
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