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# Essential University Physics, 3e (Wolfson)

## Chapter 11 Rotational Vectors and Angular Momentum

11.1 Conceptual Questions
1) If two vectors are perpendicular to each other, their cross product must be zero.
A) True
B) False
Var: 1

2) If two vectors point in opposite directions, their cross product must be zero.
A) True
B) False
Var: 1

3) If

and

A)

B)

is parallel to

C) |

## = 0, it must follow that

= 0.
.

| = AB.

D) | | = 1.
Var: 1

4) As you are leaving a building, the door opens outward. If the hinges on the door are on your
right, what is the direction of the angular velocity of the door as you open it?
A) up
B) down
C) to your left
D) to your right
E) forwards
Var: 1

5) When you ride a bicycle, in what direction is the angular velocity of the wheels?
A) to your left
B) to your right
C) forwards
D) backwards
E) up
Var: 1

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## 6) The angular momentum of a system remains constant

A) when the total kinetic energy is constant.
B) when no net external force acts on the system.
C) when the linear momentum and the energy are constant.
D) when no torque acts on the system.
E) all the time since it is a conserved quantity.
Var: 1

7) A metal bar is hanging from a hook in the ceiling when it is suddenly struck by a ball that is
moving horizontally (see figure). The ball is covered with glue, so it sticks to the bar. During this
collision

A) the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) is conserved about the hook because only
gravity is acting on the system.
B) the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) is not conserved because the hook exerts a
force on the bar.
C) the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) is conserved about the hook because
neither the hook nor gravity exerts any torque on this system about the hook.
D) both the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) and its kinetic energy are conserved.
E) both the linear momentum and the angular momentum of the system (ball and bar) are
conserved.
Var: 1

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11.2 Problems
1) What is the vector product of

and

## A) -3.00 + 5.00 - 9.00

B) -5.00 + 2.00 - 6.00
C) -9.00 - 3.00 - 3.00
D) -4.00 + 3.00 - 1.00
E) 2.00 -9.00 - 2.00
Var: 1

2) What is the magnitude of the cross product of a vector of magnitude 2.00 m pointing east and
a vector of magnitude 4.00 m pointing 30.0 west of north?
A) 6.93
B) -6.93
C) 4.00
D) -4.00
E) 8.00
Var: 1

3) If the magnitude of the cross product of two vectors is one-half the dot product of the same
vectors, what is the angle between the two vectors?
Var: 1

4) If

= -4 - 2 - 3 , what is

A) +3 - 4
B) +3 + 4
C) -3 + 4
D) +3 + 2 - 4
E) -3 - 2 + 4
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5) If

= -2 - 6 + 2 and

magnitude of
A) 25
B) 21
C) 17
D) 13
E) 9

## = -2 -2 - 3 , which of the following numbers is closest to the

Var: 50+

6) For the vectors shown in the figure, find the magnitude and direction of
the quantities shown are accurate to two significant figures.

## A) 26, directed into the plane

B) 26, directed out of the plane
C) 31, directed on the plane
D) 31, directed into the plane
E) 31, directed out of the plane
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, assuming that

7) For the vectors shown in the figure, find the magnitude and direction of the vector product

, assuming that the quantities shown are accurate to two significant figures.

## A) 16, directed into the plane

B) 16, directed out of the plane
C) 45, directed on the plane
D) 45, directed into the plane
E) 45, directed out of the plane
Var: 1

## 8) A force = 3.00 N - 2.00 N acts at a location = 1.00 m + 2.00 m on an object. What is

the torque that this force applies about an axis through the origin perpendicular to the xy-plane?
A) -1.00 Nm
B) 7.00 Nm
C) -3.00 Nm
D) 5.00 Nm
E) -8.00 Nm
Var: 1

=5N -2N +3N
A) (8 + - 26

## acts on the particle?

) Nm

B) (8 - 19 - 26

) Nm

C) (8 + 2 + ) Nm
D) (16 - 19 - 26

) Nm

E) (8 - 2 + ) Nm
Var: 1

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10) Three solid, uniform, cylindrical flywheels, each of mass 65.0 kg and radius 1.47 m rotate
independently around a common axis. Two of the flywheels rotate in one direction at
the other rotates in the opposite direction at 3.42 rad/s. Calculate the magnitude of the net
angular momentum of the system.
A) 298 kgm2/s
B) 778 kgm2/s
C) 257 kgm2/s
D) 222 kgm2/s
Var: 50+

## 11) A potter's wheel, with rotational inertia

is spinning freely at 40 rpm. The potter
drops a lump of clay onto the wheel, where it sticks a distance 1.2 m from the rotational axis. If
the subsequent angular speed of the wheel and clay is 32 rpm what is the mass of the clay?
A) 8.0 kg
B) 5.4 kg
C) 7.0 kg
D) 8.8 kg
Var: 38

12) A bicycle is traveling north at 5.0 m/s. The mass of the wheel, 2.0 kg, is uniformly
distributed along the rim, which has a radius of 20 cm. What are the magnitude and direction of
the angular momentum of the wheel about its axle?
A) 2.0 kgm2/s towards the west
B) 5.0 kgm2/s vertically upwards
C) 2.0 kgm2/s towards the east
D) 5.0 kgm2/s towards the east
E) 5.0 kgm2/s towards the west
Var: 1

## = 4m + 3m - 2m and is moving with a velocity

= 5 m/s -2 ms + 4 m/s . What is the angular momentum of this particle about the origin?
A) (24 - 6 - 8 ) kgm2/s
B) (12 - 3 - 4 ) kgm2/s
C) (8 + 14 - 13 ) kgm2/s
D) (10 - + 2 ) kgm2/s
E) (4 - 13 - 11.5 ) kgm2/s
Var: 1

14) A figure skater rotating at 5.00 rad/s with arms extended has a moment of inertia of 2.25
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kgm2. If the arms are pulled in so the moment of inertia decreases to 1.80 kgm2, what is the
final angular speed?
Var: 1

15) A 5.0-m radius playground merry-go-round with a moment of inertia of 2000 kgm2 is
rotating freely with an angular speed of 1.0 rad/s. Two people, each having a mass of 60 kg, are
standing right outside the edge of the merry-go-round and step on it with negligible speed. What
is the angular speed of the merry-go-round right after the two people have stepped on?
Var: 1

16) A record is dropped vertically onto a freely rotating (undriven) turntable. Frictional forces act
to bring the record and turntable to a common angular speed. If the rotational inertia of the
record is 0.54 times that of the turntable, what percentage of the initial kinetic energy is lost?
A) 35%
B) 18%
C) 46%
D) 60%
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17) A turntable has a radius of 0.80 m and a moment of inertia of 2.0 kg m2. The turntable is
rotating with an angular velocity of 1.5 rad/s about a vertical axis though its center on frictionless
bearings. A very small 0.40-kg ball is projected horizontally toward the turntable axis with a
velocity of 3.0 m/s. The ball is caught by a very small and very light cup-shaped mechanism on
the rim of the turntable (see figure). What is the angular velocity of the turntable just after the
ball is caught?

Var: 1

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18) A turntable has a radius of 0.80 m and a moment of inertia of 2.0 kg m2. The turntable is
rotating with an angular velocity of 1.5 rad/s about a vertical axis though its center on frictionless
bearings. A very small 0.40-kg ball is projected horizontally toward the turntable axis with a
velocity of 3.0 m/s. The ball is caught by a very small and very light cup-shaped mechanism on
the rim of the turntable (see figure). The percent of the initial kinetic energy of the system that is
lost during the capture of the ball is closest to

A) 45%.
B) 51%.
C) 55%.
D) 60%.
E) 65%.
Var: 1

19) A uniform disk has a mass of 3.7 kg and a radius of 0.40 m. The disk is mounted on
frictionless bearings and is used as a turntable. The turntable is initially rotating at 30 rpm. A
thin-walled hollow cylinder has the same mass and radius as the disk. It is released from rest,
just above the turntable, and on the same vertical axis. The hollow cylinder slips on the turntable
for 0.20 s until it acquires the same final angular velocity as the turntable. What is the final
angular momentum of the system?
A) 0.93
/s
B) 1.1

/s

C) 1.3

/s

D) 1.6

/s

E) 1.9

/s

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## while being acted on by a

constant torque 3.00 Nm . What is the angular speed of precession of the angular velocity of the
object?
D) zero
E) It depends on the moment of inertia of the object.
Var: 1

21) In the figure, the rotor of a gyroscope is a uniform disk that has a radius of 13.8 cm and a
moment of inertia about its axis of 4.0 10-3 kgm2. The length of the rotor shaft is 6.9 cm. The
ball pivot at P is frictionless. At a given instant, the rotor shaft is horizontal and the rotor is
rotating with an angular velocity of 90 rad/s about its axis OP, as shown. The rotor is viewed
from point Q on the axis. The precessional linear velocity of point O, including the direction seen
from point Q, is closest to

## A) 0.054 m/s, leftward

B) 0.054 m/s, upward
C) 0.054 m/s, rightward
D) 0.11 m/s, downward
E) 0.11 m/s, rightward
Var: 1

22) 61)A bicycle wheel of radius 0.36 m and mass 3.2 kg is set spinning at 4.00 rev/s. A very
light bolt is attached to extend the axle in length, and a string is attached to the axle at a distance
of 0.10 m from the wheel. Initially the axle of the spinning wheel is horizontal, and the wheel is
suspended only from the string. We can ignore the mass of the axle and spokes. At what rate will
the wheel process about the vertical?
A) 2.9 rpm
B) 1.9 rpm
C) 18 rpm
D) 0.30 rpm
E) 0.77 rpm