A ball is attached to a string and swung so that it travels in a horizontal circle.

Suddenly the angular velocity is increased. Will the angle with the vertical increase, decrease or stay the same? Justify your answer.

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# A ball is attached to a string and swung so that it travels in a horizontal circle

A ball is attached to a string and swung so that it travels in a horizontal circle.

Suddenly the angular velocity is increased. Will the angle with the vertical increase, decrease or stay the same? Justify your answer.

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A student built an electric circuit that consists of an ideal battery, a voltmeter with resistance R_{V}, an ammeter with resistance R_{A} and a resistor R. She connected all elements in the circuit as shown in Fig. (1). The voltmeter showed a reading of 1V and the ammeter showed a current of 1A. Then, another student switched between the voltmeter and ammeter Fig. (2). As a result, the voltmeter showed the reading of 2V and the ammeter showed the current of 0.5A. What is the resistance of the resistor?

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Find the electrical field at point P on the axis of the rod, a distance a away from the end of the rod.

A conducting rod of length l, mass m, and resistance R is suspended by two vertical conducting wires of lengths d each. The circuit consists of a battery ε, the horizontal fixed wires, two parallel vertical wires , and the conducting rod. All conducting wires have negligible resistance and mass. There is a conducting long cable. The cable is below the rod and at a distance x.

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A ball of mass 0.2 kg is attached to a massless string 1 m long and swung so that it travels in a horizontal circle of radius 0.5 m.

a) Draw a free-body diagram.

b) Find the force of tension in the string as the ball swings in a horizontal circle.

c) Find the period of the ball’s motion.

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