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(a) the period of oscillation and (b) the rate at which the period

is changing with respect to time. Is the period getting longer or

shorter? (c) What is the shortest period this system can have?

14.82 .. CP A hanging wire is 1.80 m long. When a 60.0-kg steel

ball is suspended from the wire, the wire stretches by 2.00 mm. If

the ball is pulled down a small additional distance and released, at

what frequency will it vibrate? Assume that the stress on the wire

is less than the proportional limit (see Section 11.5).

14.83 .. A 5.00-kg partridge is suspended from a pear tree by an

ideal spring of negligible mass. When the partridge is pulled down

0.100 m below its equilibrium position and released, it vibrates

with a period of 4.20 s. (a) What is its speed as it passes through

the equilibrium position? (b) What is its acceleration when it is

0.050 m above the equilibrium position? (c) When it is moving

upward, how much time is required for it to move from a point

0.050 m below its equilibrium position to a point 0.050 m above

it? (d) The motion of the partridge is stopped, and then it is

removed from the spring. How much does the spring shorten?

14.84 .. A 0.0200-kg bolt moves with SHM that has an amplitude

of 0.240 m and a period of 1.500 s. The displacement of the bolt is

+0.240 m when t = 0. Compute (a) the displacement of the bolt

when t = 0.500 s; (b) the magnitude and direction of the force acting on the bolt when t = 0.500 s; (c) the minimum time required

for the bolt to move from its initial position to the point where

x = - 0.180 m; (d) the speed of the bolt when x = - 0.180 m.

14.85 .. CP SHM of a Butchers Scale. A spring of negligible

mass and force constant k = 400 N>m is hung vertically, and a

0.200-kg pan is suspended from its lower end. A butcher drops a

2.2-kg steak onto the pan from a height of 0.40 m. The steak makes

a totally inelastic collision with the pan and sets the system into

vertical SHM. What are (a) the speed of the pan and steak immediately after the collision; (b) the amplitude of the subsequent

motion; (c) the period of that motion?

14.86 .. A uniform beam is suspended horizontally by two identical vertical springs that are attached between the ceiling and each

end of the beam. The beam has mass 225 kg, and a 175-kg sack of

gravel sits on the middle of it. The beam is oscillating in SHM,

with an amplitude of 40.0 cm and a frequency of 0.600 cycle>s.

(a) The sack of gravel falls off the beam when the beam has its maximum upward displacement. What are the frequency and amplitude

of the subsequent SHM of the beam? (b) If the gravel instead falls

off when the beam has its maximum speed, what are the frequency

and amplitude of the subsequent SHM of the beam?

14.87 ... CP On the planet Newtonia, a simple pendulum having

a bob with mass 1.25 kg and a length of 185.0 cm takes 1.42 s,

when released from rest, to swing through an angle of 12.5, where

it again has zero speed. The circumference of Newtonia is measured to be 51,400 km. What is the mass of the planet Newtonia?

14.88 .. A 40.0-N force stretches a vertical spring 0.250 m.

(a) What mass must be suspended from the spring so that the system will oscillate with a period of 1.00 s? (b) If the amplitude of the

motion is 0.050 m and the period is that specied in part (a), where

is the object and in what direction is it moving 0.35 s after it has

passed the equilibrium position, moving downward? (c) What force

(magnitude and direction) does the spring exert on the object when

it is 0.030 m below the equilibrium position, moving upward?

14.89 .. Dont Miss the Boat. While on a visit to Minnesota

(Land of 10,000 Lakes), you sign up to take an excursion around

one of the larger lakes. When you go to the dock where the 1500-kg

boat is tied, you nd that the boat is bobbing up and down in the

waves, executing simple harmonic motion with amplitude 20 cm.

The boat takes 3.5 s to make one complete up-and-down cycle.

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When the boat is at its highest point, its deck is at the same height

as the stationary dock. As you watch the boat bob up and down,

you (mass 60 kg) begin to feel a bit woozy, due in part to the previous nights dinner of lutesk. As a result, you refuse to board the

boat unless the level of the boats deck is within 10 cm of the dock

level. How much time do you have to board the boat comfortably

during each cycle of up-and-down motion?

14.90 . CP An interesting, though highly impractical example of

oscillation is the motion of an object dropped down a hole that

extends from one side of the earth, through its center, to the other

side. With the assumption (not realistic) that the earth is a sphere of

uniform density, prove that the motion is simple harmonic and nd

the period. [Note: The gravitational force on the object as a function of the objects distance r from the center of the earth was

derived in Example 13.10 (Section 13.6). The motion is simple harmonic if the acceleration ax and the displacement from equilibrium

x are related by Eq. (14.8), and the period is then T = 2p>v.]

14.91 ... CP A rie bullet with mass 8.00 g and initial horizontal

velocity 280 m> s strikes and embeds itself in a block with mass

0.992 kg that rests on a frictionless surface and is attached to one

end of an ideal spring. The other end of the spring is attached to the

wall. The impact compresses the spring a maximum distance of

18.0 cm. After the impact, the block moves in SHM. Calculate the

period of this motion.

14.92 .. CP CALC For a certain oscillator the net force on the

body with mass m is given by Fx = - cx 3. (a) What is the potential

energy function for this oscillator if we take U = 0 at x = 0?

(b) One-quarter of a period is the time for the body to move from

x = 0 to x = A. Calculate this time and hence the period. [Hint:

Begin with Eq. (14.20), modied to include the potential-energy

function you found in part (a), and solve for the velocity vx as a

function of x. Then replace vx with dx>dt. Separate the variable by

writing all factors containing x on one side and all factors containing t on the other side so that each side can be integrated. In

the x-integral make the change of variable u = x>A. The resulting

integral can be evaluated by numerical methods on a computer and

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has the value 10 du> 21 - u 4 = 1.31.] (c) According to the result

you obtained in part (b), does the period depend on the amplitude

A of the motion? Are the oscillations simple harmonic?

14.93 . CP CALC An approximation for the potential energy of a

KCl molecule is U = A31R07>8r 82 - 1>r4, where R0 = 2.67 *

10 -10 m, A = 2.31 * 10 -28 J # m, and r is the distance between

the two atoms. Using this approximation: (a) Show that the radial

component of the force on each atom is Fr = A31R07>r 92 - 1>r 24.

(b) Show that R0 is the equilibrium separation. (c) Find the minimum potential energy. (d) Use r = R0 + x and the rst two terms

of the binomial theorem (Eq. 14.28) to show that

Fr L - 17A>R032x, so that the molecules force constant is

k = 7A>R03. (e) With both the K and Cl atoms vibrating in opposite directions on opposite sides of the molecules center of mass,

m 1m 2>1m 1 + m 22 = 3.06 * 10 -26 kg is the mass to use in calculating the frequency. Calculate the frequency of small-amplitude

vibrations.

14.94 ... CP Two uniform solid spheres, each with mass

M = 0.800 kg and radius R = 0.0800 m, are connected by a short,

light rod that is along a diameter of each sphere and are at rest on a

horizontal tabletop. A spring with force constant k = 160 N>m has

one end attached to the wall and the other end attached to a frictionless ring that passes over the rod at the center of mass of the

spheres, which is midway between the centers of the two spheres.

The spheres are each pulled the same distance from the wall,

stretching the spring, and released. There is sufcient friction

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