Presentation on theme: "Newtons Laws June 5, 2012. Sample Problem 1 A tetherball leans against a smooth, frictionless post. The string is 1.4 m long and the ball has a radius."— Presentation transcript:
Sample Problem 1 A tetherball leans against a smooth, frictionless post. The string is 1.4 m long and the ball has a radius of 0.11 m with a mass of 0.27 kg. What is the tension in the rope? What force does the pole exert on the ball?
Sample Problem 2 Two blocks are held in place on a frictionless incline. The m B = 10 kg and m A = 12 kg. The incline is tilted at an angle of 37 o to the horizontal. Determine the tension in each rope.
Friction Friction is a resistive force. Kinetic friction is resistive to motion and static friction resists motion in the first place. In general, static friction is greater than kinetic friction
Kinetic Friction Will always point in a direction opposite to the direction of motion F f = µ k F n
Sample Problem 3 A box of mass 25 kg is pushed across a floor at a constant speed of 2 m/sec. What force is needed to push the box if there is a coefficient of friction of 0.2 between the box and the floor?
Sample Problem 4 The weight of the crate is 500 N and there is a coefficient of friction between the crate and the floor of 0.4. If the worker pulls with a 400 N force, what is the acceleration of the crate?
Sample Problem 5 A pig slides down a chute inclined at 30 o. If there is a coefficient of friction between pig and slide of 0.6, what is the acceleration of the pig down the slide?
Static Friction Resists the desire of an object to move. Range of possibilities though we will typically look at the maximum case.