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2-4 A top-gun pilot, practicing radar avoidance maneuvers, is manually flying horizontally at 1300 km/h, just 35 m above the level ground. Suddenly, the plane encounters terrain that slopes gently upward at 4.3, an amount difficult to detect visually (Fig. 2-16 ). How much time does the pilot have to make a correction to avoid flying into the ground?

2-32 Figure 2-21 depicts the motion of a particle moving along an x axis with a constant acceleration. What are the magnitude and direction of the particle's acceleration?

2-38 When a high-speed passenger train traveling at 161 km/h rounds a bend, the engineer is shocked to see that a locomotive has improperly entered onto the track from a siding and is a distance D=676 m ahead (Fig. 2-22 ). The locomotive is moving at 29.0 km/h. The engineer of the high-speed train immediately applies the brakes. (a) What must be the magnitude of the resulting constant deceleration if a collision is to be just avoided? (b) Assume that the engineer is at x=0 when, at t = 0, he first spots the locomotive. Sketch the x(t) curves representing the locomotive and high-speed train for the situations in which a collision is just avoided and is not quite avoided.

2-52 A model rocket fired vertically from the ground ascends with a constant vertical acceleration of 4.00 m/s2 for 6.00 s. Its fuel is then exhausted, so it continues upward as a free-fall particle and then falls back down. (a) What is the maximum altitude reached? (b) What is the total time elapsed from takeoff until the rocket strikes the ground?

2-64 A parachutist bails out and freely falls 50 m. Then the parachute opens, and thereafter she decelerates at 2.0 m/s2. She reaches the ground with a speed of 3.0 m/s. (a) How long is the parachutist in the air? (b) At what height does the fall begin?

3 - 8 Rock faults are ruptures along which opposite faces of rock have slid past each other. In Fig. 3-28, points A and B coincided before the rock in the foreground slid down to the right. The net displacement is along the plane of the fault. The horizontal component of AB is the strike-slip AC. The component of AB that is directly down the plane of the fault is the dip-slip AD. (a) What is the magnitude of the net displacement if the strike-slip is 22.0 m and the dip-slip is 17.0 m? (b) If the plane of the fault is inclined 52.0 to the horizontal, what is the vertical component of AB?

3 - 24 Find the sum of the following four vectors in (a) unit-vector notation, and as (b) a magnitude and (c) an angle relative to +x.

4-19 A baseball leaves a pitcher's hand horizontally at a speed of 161 km/h. The distance to the batter is 18.3 m. (Ignore the effect of air resistance.) (a) How long does the ball take to travel the first half of that distance? (b) The second half? (c) How far does the ball fall freely during the first half? (d) During the second half? (e) Why aren't the quantities in (c) and (d) equal?

4 - 30 Two seconds after being projected from ground level, a projectile is displaced 40 m horizontally and 53 m vertically above its point of projection. What are the (a) horizontal and (b) vertical components of the initial velocity of the projectile? (c) At the instant the projectile achieves its maximum height above ground level, how far is it displaced horizontally from its point of projection?

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