9. An ice skater with her hands pulled in towards her body is going to have a smaller moment of inertia than with her hands outstretched. (a) True (b) False
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9. An ice skater with her hands pulled in towards her body is going to have...
1. An ice skater spins on the ice with her arms positioned tight against her body. In this position, she has a moment of inertia of 1.3 kg m2 and an angular speed of 15 rad/s. If the ice skater then stretches out her arms, and her angular speed slows to 6.0 rad/s, what is her moment of inertia with her arms outstretched? 3.64 kg m2 4.91 kg m2 3.25 kg.m2 4.39 kg m2 6.11 kg m2 А В С...
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center ( Ibar = 1 12 mℓ2 where ℓ is the length of the bar ). When the skater's hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around their body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be considered a thin-walled hollow cylinder. The hands and arms have a combined mass 10 kg....
An ice skater spins, with her arms and one leg outstretched, and achieves an angular velocity of 2 rad/s. when she pulls in her arms, her moment of inertia decreases to 65% its original value. what is her new angular velocity?
Problem 2: An ice-skater, as we mentioned in lecture, in order to increase her angular velocity from 2.0 rev per 1.3 sec to 3.5 rev per sec she needs to decrease her moment of inertia to a value of 4.6 kg m/sec by pulling hers arms towards her body. a) Find her initial moment of inertia when her arms are out-stretched. b) Calculate the rotational kinetic energy for each case.
An ice skater has a moment of inertia of 5.0 kg-m2 when her arms are outstretched. At this time she is spinning at 3.0 revolutions per second (rps). If she pulls in her arms and decreases her moment of inertia to 2.0 kg-m2, how fast will she be spinning? A) 7.5 rps B) 8.4 rps C) 2.0 rps D) 10 rps E) 3.3 rps
A figure skater is spinning slowly with arms outstretched. She brings her arms in close to her body and her moment of inertia decreases by 12. By what factor does her rotational Kinetic energy change?
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center (Figure 1). When his hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be considered a thin-walled hollow cylinder. His hands and arms have a combined mass 8.0 kg . When outstretched, they span 1.9 m ; when wrapped, they form a cylinder...
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center. When the skater's hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be considered a thin-walled hollow cylinder. His hands and arms have a combined mass of 8.00kg . When outstretched, they span 1.80m ; when wrapped, they form a cylinder of radius...
The outstretched hands and arms of a figure skater preparing for a spin can be considered a slender rod pivoting about an axis through its center . When his hands and arms are brought in and wrapped around his body to execute the spin, the hands and arms can be considered a thin-walled hollow cylinder. His hands and arms have a combined mass 9.0 kg. When outstretched, they span 1.7 m; when wrapped, they form a cylinder of radius 26...
A 50 kg ice skater spins about a vertical axis through her body with her arms horizontally outstretched, making 2.5 turns each second. The distance from one hand to the other is 1.50 m. Biometric measurements indicate that each hand typically makes up about 1.25 % of body weight. What horizontal force must her wrist exert on her hand? Express the force in part (a) as a multiple of the weight of her hand.