# Fundamentals of Physics - examples - page 3

- Acceleration

The car accelerates at rate 0.5m/s^{2}. How long travels 400 meters and what will be its speed? - Car - road

Car started at 11:40 at speed 54 km/h from A and to B arrived at 12:20. Determine the distance A and B. - Traffic collision

When investigating a traffic accident, it was found that the driver stopped the vehicle immediately after the accident by constant braking on a 150 m track in 15 seconds. Do you approve that the driver exceeded the permitted speed (50 km/h) in the village. - Wheel

How many times turns the wheel of a passenger car in one second if car run at speed 100 km/h. Wheel diameter is d = 62 cm. - Car

At what horizontal distance reaches the car weight m = 1534 kg speed v = 85 km/h when the car engine develops a tensile force F = 1691 N. (Neglect resistance of the environment.) - Flywheel

Flywheel turns 450 rev/min (RPM). Determine the magnitude of the normal acceleration of the flywheel point which are at a distance of 10 cm from the rotation axis. - Shot

Shot with a mass 43 g flying at 256 m/s penetrates into the wood to a depth 25 cm. What is the average force of resistance of wood? - Znojmo

From Znojmo to Brno started truck with a trailer at an average speed 53 km per hour. Against him 14 minutes later from Brno started car with an average speed of 1.2-times greater than the truck. How long and how far from Znojmo, they meet if the distanc - G forces

Calculate deceleration of car (as multiple of gravitational acceleration g = 9.81 m/s^{2}) which occurs when a car in a frontal collision slows down uniformly from a speed 111 km/h to 0 km/h in 1.2 meters trajectory. - Cars 2

Opava is 360 km distance from Prešov. At 8:00 hour two cars started against each other from this cities at average speeds 88 km/h and 121 km/h. At what hour its will meet and what distance its travel if car started from Prešov is faster? - Ring

The ring made from gold and copper alloy has a weight of 14.5 g and a volume of 1.03 cm^{3}. How much gold and how much copper it contains? The metal densities are Au 19.3 g/cm³ and Cu 8.94 kg·dm-3 - Stone

When Peter threw stone in a box of water he discovered that the water level has risen by 9 cm. The box has a cuboid shape, the bottom has dimensions of 24 cm and 14 cm, height is 50 cm. What volume has a stone? - Tower model

Tower height is 300 meters, weight 8000 tons. How high is the model of the tower weight 1 kg? (State the result in the centimeters). The model is made from exactly the same material as the original no numbers need to be rounded. The result is a three-digi - Center of gravity

The mass points are distributed in space as follows - specify by coordinates and weight. Find the center of gravity of the mass points system: A_{1}[14; -2; 5] m_{1}= 10.2 kg A_{2}[-2; -16; 7] m_{2}= 13.6 kg A_{3} - Fog

The car started in fog at speed 30 km/h. After a 12-minute drive, the fog dissipated and the driver drove next 12 minutes distance 17 km. On the last 17 km long again the driving conditions deteriorated and the driver drove the speed of 51 km/h. a) Calcu - Average speed

What is the average speed you have to move the way around the world in 80 days? (Path along the equator, round to km/h). - Force meter

We put the statuette on the force meter. The force meter showed a value 25 N. Then we placed the statuette on the force meter completely immersed in the water. The force meter showed a value 17 N. What is the volume of the statuette? - Acceleration 2

if a car traveling at a velocity of 80 m/s/south accelerated to a velocity of 100 m/s east in 5 seconds, what is the cars acceleration? using Pythagorean theorem - Cork and swimming

If a person weighs 80 kg, how many kilograms of cork must take swimming belt to use it to float on water? The density of the human body is 1050kg/m3 and cork 300kg/m3. (Instructions: Let the human body and cork on a mixture that has a density of 1000kg/m - Ice and water

We want to cover rectangular rink with dimensions of 55 m and 25 m with 4cm thick layer of ice. How many liters of water we need if after freezing water increases its volume by 10%?

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