10. Conservation of Energy

Force & Potential Energy

10. Conservation of Energy

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## Potential Energy Graphs

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ProblemA particle with a mass of 0.1kg moves according to the Potential Energy graph shown. What minimum speed does the particle need at Point A to reach Point B?

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16.3 m/s

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5 m's

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3 m/s

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7.75 m/s

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- A system in which only one particle moves has the potential energy shown in FIGURE EX10.31. What is the x-comp...
- In FIGURE EX10.28, what is the maximum speed a 200 g particle could have at x = 2.0 m and never reach x = 6.0 ...
- FIGURE EX10.28 shows the potential-energy diagram for a 500 g particle as it moves along the x-axis. Suppose t...
- FIGURE EX10.25 is the potential-energy diagram for a 20 g particle that is released from rest at x = 1.0m. (b)...
- FIGURE EX10.24 is the potential-energy diagram for a 500 g particle that is released from rest at A. What are ...
- CALC A clever engineer designs a 'sprong' that obeys the force law Fx=−q(x−xeq)³ , where xeq is the equilibriu...
- A particle moving along the y-axis is in a system with potential energy U = 4y^3 J, where y is in m. What is t...
- CALC A particle that can move along the x -axis is part of a system with potential energy U(x)= A/x2 − B/x wh...
- A system has potential energy U(x)=(10 J)[1−sin((3.14 rad/m) x)] as a particle moves over the range 0 m≤x≤3 m ...
- A system consists of interacting objects A and B, each exerting a constant 3.0 N pull on the other. What is (d...
- CALC The potential energy for a particle that can move along the x -axis is U=Ax²+B sin(πx/L) , where A , B , ...
- In FIGURE EX10.27, what is the maximum speed of a 2.0 g particle that oscillates between x = 2.0mm and x = 8.0...
- (II) Determine the escape velocity from the Sun for an object:(a) at the Sun’s surface ( r = 7.0 x 10⁵ km , M ...
- (II) Determine the escape velocity from the Sun for an object:(b) at the average distance of the Earth ( 1.50 ...
- II) A particle is constrained to move in one dimension along the x axis and is acted upon by a force given by ...
- (III) The potential energy of the two atoms in a diatomic (two-atom) molecule can be approximated as (Lennard-...
- (III) The potential energy of the two atoms in a diatomic (two-atom) molecule can be approximated as (Lennard-...
- The two atoms in a diatomic molecule exert an attractive force on each other at large distances and a repulsiv...
- (II) The graph of Fig. 8–43 shows the potential energy curve of a particle moving along the 𝓍 axis under the ...
- (II) The graph of Fig. 8–43 shows the potential energy curve of a particle moving along the 𝓍 axis under the ...
- (II) The graph of Fig. 8–43 shows the potential energy curve of a particle moving along the x axis under the i...