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Question number: 63

» Force and Newton's Law of Motion

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The illustration shows a pulley system with a fixed pulley attached at the top and a movable pulley at the bottom to which an object with weight W is attached. A rope is attached to the top pulley, wound around the bottom pulley, and then up and around the top pulley. Pulling down on the rope in the direction shown with a force F causes the object to be lifted upward. Assume constant speed, and neglect the masses of the pulleys and rope. As the force F moves downward a distance d, how far does the object move upward?

Two pulleys system

Two Pulleys System

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All of the above

Question number: 64

» Gravitation and Circular Motion

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An object with a mass of kg on the surface of Earth is taken to the moon, where the gravitational field on moon is of that on Earth. What is the mass of the object on the surface of the moon?

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Question number: 65

» Gravitation and Circular Motion

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When a satellite is in uniform circular orbit around Earth, what are the forces that must be exerted on the satellite to keep it in orbit?

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The gravitational force of Earth on the satellite and a centripetal force

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The satellite needs no forces exerted on it to remain in orbit

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The gravitational force of Earth on the satellite and a horizontal force to keep it moving

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Only the gravitational force of Earth on the satellite

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