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(e) Suppose the object undergoes this motion because it is the bob of a simple pendulum as shown

above. If the object breaks loose from the string at the instant the pendulum reaches its lowest point

and hits the ground at point P shown, what is the horizontal distance d that it travels?

2002B1 (15 points) A 3.0 kg object subject to a restoring force F is undergoing simple harmonic motion with a

small amplitude. The potential energy U of the object as a function of distance x from its equilibrium position is

shown above. This particular object has a total energy E: of 0.4 J.

(a) What is the object's potential energy when its displacement is +4 cm from its equilibrium position?

(b) What is the farthest the object moves along the x-axis in the positive direction? Explain your reasoning.

2005B2 (10 points)A simple pendulum consists of a bob of mass 1.8 kg attached to a string of length 2.3 m. The

pendulum is held at an angle of 30° from the vertical by a light horizontal string attached to a wall, as shown

above.

(c) Determine the object's kinetic energy when its displacement is -7 cm. a. On the figure below, draw a free-body diagram showing and labeling the forces on the bob in the

position shown above.

a. On the figures below, draw free-body diagrams showing and labeling the forces acting on the bob in each of

the situations described.

i. When it is at point P ii. When it is in motion at its lowest position

c. The horizontal string is now cut close to the bob, and the pendulum swings down. Calculate the speed of the

bob at its lowest position.

c. Calculate the tension in the string when the bob is passing through its lowest position.

d. Describe one modification that could be made to double the period of oscillation.

2005Bb2—10 points) A simple pendulum consists of a bob of mass 0.085 kg attached to a string of length 1.5

m. The pendulum is raised to point Q, which is 0.08 m above its lowest position, and released so that it

oscillates with small amplitude θ between the points P and Q as shown below.

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