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October 23, 2016
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**physics**

In a popular amusement park ride, a rotating cylinder of radius 2.90 meters is set into rotation with a period of 2.28 seconds. The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position.

*December 6, 2012 by asldkf*

**physics**

In an amusement park ride, cars are suspended from L = 4.22 m cables attached to rotating arms at a distance of D = 6.25 m from the axis of rotation. The cables swing out at an angle of θ = 49° when the ride is operating. What is the angular speed of rotation?

*February 18, 2012 by Jon Tuck*

**Physics**

In an amusement park rocket ride, cars are suspended from L = 4.28-m cables attached to rotating arms at a distance of d = 6.10 m from the axis of rotation. The cables swing out at an angle of θ = 52.0° when the ride is operating. What is the angular speed of rotation?

*December 9, 2008 by Sandhya*

**Physics**

In a popular amusement park ride, a rotating cylinder of radius 3.0 m is set in rotation at an angular speed of 0.80 revolutions per second. The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position. (a) What minimum coefficient of ...

*October 20, 2011 by harrison*

**physics**

The Ferris Wheel in the figure below is a vertical, circular amusement ride with radius 10 m. Riders sit on seats that swivel to remain horizontal. The Ferris Wheel rotates at a constant rate, going around once in 11 s. Consider a rider whose mass is 59 kg. part1 At the bottom...

*February 23, 2012 by mo*

**physics**

In a popular amusement park ride, a rotating cylinder of radius R = 2.60 m is set in rotation at an angular speed of 4.00 rad/s, as in the figure shown below. The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position. What minimum ...

*February 22, 2015 by alba*

**physics**

In a popular amusement park ride, a rotating cylinder of radius R = 3.10 m is set in rotation at an angular speed of 4.20 rad/s, as in the figure shown below. The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position. What minimum ...

*March 25, 2016 by jojo*

**Physics**

The "Screaming Swing" is a carnival ride that is-not surprisingly-a giant swing. It's actually two swings moving in opposite directions. At the bottom of its arc, riders are moving at 30 m/s with respect to the ground in a 44 m-diameter circle. At the bottom of the ride, as ...

*September 27, 2010 by danny *

**Physics**

The "Screaming Swing" is a carnival ride that is-not surprisingly-a giant swing. It's actually two swings moving in opposite directions. At the bottom of its arc, riders are moving at 30 m/s with respect to the ground in a 44 m-diameter circle. At the bottom of the ride, as ...

*September 27, 2010 by danny *

**physics**

In a popular amusement park ride, a rotating cylinder of radius 4.00 m is set in rotation at an angular speed of 5.00 rad/s. The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position. What minimum coefficient of friction between a rider's ...

*July 11, 2008 by Elisa*

**Science!!! **

Which force is pushing the riders in the swings on a swing chair ride out from the center of the ride? A. Free fall B. Gravity C. Momentum D. Centripetal force Is the answer D? Thank you

*February 11, 2015 by Callie*

**Science**

Which force is pushing the riders in the swings on a swing chair ride out from the center of the ride? A. Free fall B. Gravity C. Momentum D. Centripetal force Is the answer D? Thank you

*February 12, 2015 by Calie*

**Physics**

In a popular amusement park ride, a cylinder of radius 2.19 meters is set in rotation at an angular speed of 5.09 rad/s. The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position. What minimum coefficient of friction between a rider's ...

*April 28, 2008 by Kendra*

**Physics**

The “Giant Swing” ride consists of a vertical shaft with a number of horizontal arms attached at the top as shown. A rigid cable 5.0 m long connects a seat to the arm at a point 2.0 m from the center shaft. When the ride reaches its full speed, the angle made by the arm is 35....

*February 24, 2013 by Meder*

**physics **

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 33.9 m/s in a time of 6.02 s. The mass of the car and riders is 1.64 × 103 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the magnets.

*October 22, 2014 by doha *

**Physics**

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 36.6 m/s in a time of 8.22 s. The mass of the car and riders is 3.94 × 103 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the magnets.

*October 24, 2014 by Student A*

**physics**

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 43.7 m/s in a time of 6.50 s. The mass of the car and riders is 3.24 × 103 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the magnets.

*October 7, 2015 by sandra*

**Physics**

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 37.1 m/s in a time of 6.28 s. The mass of the car and riders is 8.88 × 103 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the magnets.

*October 8, 2015 by Natasha*

**Physics**

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 36 m/s (around 80 mi/h) in a time of 5.5 s. The mass of the car and riders is 4900 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the ...

*June 26, 2012 by Emily*

**physics**

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 42 m/s (around 90 mi/h) in a time of 7.3 s. The mass of the car and riders is 5700 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the ...

*October 11, 2013 by Donna*

**PHYSICS**

Allegra's favorite ride at the Barrel-O-Fun Amusement Park is the Flying Umbrella, which is lifted by a hydraulic jack. The operator activates the ride by applying a forcce of 72 N to a 3.0-cm-wide cylindrical piston, which holds the 20000. N ride off the ground. What is the ...

*April 3, 2012 by DAN*

**physics**

In the amusement park ride known as Magic Mountain Superman, powerful magnets accelerate a car and its riders from rest to 55 m/s (around 120 mi/h) in a time of 6.1 s. The mass of the car and riders is 5000 kg. Find the average net force exerted on the car and riders by the ...

*September 11, 2011 by Jason*

**PHYSICS **

Allegra's favorite ride at the Barrel-O-Fun Amusement Park is the Flying Umbrella, which is lifted by a hydraulic jack. The operator activates the ride by applying a forcce of 72 N to a 3.0-cm-wide cylindrical piston, which holds the 20000. N ride off the ground. What is the ...

*April 3, 2012 by HELP PLEASE*

**Physics**

In a popular amusement-park ride, a cylinder of radius 3.00 m is set in rotation at an angular speed of 5.00 rad/s (counter-clockwise). The floor then drops away, leaving the riders suspended against the wall in a vertical position. What minimum coefficient of friction between...

*November 19, 2008 by Bob*

**Trigonometry**

A variant on the carousel at a theme park is the swing ride. Swings are suspeneded from a rotating platform and move outward to form an angle x with the vertical as the ride rotates. The angle is related to the radial distance,r, in metres, from the centre of rotation; the ...

*November 13, 2014 by Vikki*

**Physics**

A popular amusement park ride, shown on WB p. 8, operates as follows: riders enter the cylindrical structure when it is stationary with the floor at the point marked "a". They then stand against the wall as the cylinder then begins to rotate. When it is up to speed, the floor ...

*January 15, 2016 by Cora*

**Physics**

â€śRotorâ€ť is a ride found in many amusement parks that consists of a hollow cylindrical room (roughly 8 ft in radius) that rotates around a central vertical axis. Riders enter the room and stand against the canvas-covered wall. The room begins to rotate, and when a certain ...

*January 16, 2012 by TAG*

**Math**

1. What percent of people chose the Ferris wheel or the carousel as their favorite ride? Other 19% Ferris wheel 18% Carousel 25% Roller coaster 38% A. 25% B. 37% C. 43% < -- C? D. 56% 2. Two hundred people were surveyed about their favorite ride at an amusement park. The ...

*June 2, 2015 by Nyla*

**Physics**

In a certain amusement-park ride, riders stand with their backs against the wall of a spinning vertical cylinder. The floor falls away and the riders are held up by friction. If the radius of the cylinder is 4.2 m, find the minimum number of revolutions per minute to prevent ...

*February 11, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.09 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 2.19 m mass less chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 14.8 ◦ with the vertical. The acceleration of gravity is 9....

*December 9, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Math**

Marta, Loribeth, and Ira all have bicycles. The table shows the number of miles of each rider's last bike ride, as well as the time it took to complete the ride. Marta: Distance of Last Ride (in miles) 8 Time Spent on Last Bike Ride (in minutes) 80 Loribeth: Distance of Last ...

*September 27, 2016 by Matt*

**Physics-Please help with formula**

If you were in a rotor style ride and the riders accelerate until the speed of ride is reached- if the radius of the cylinder is 5.0m and the coefficient of friction between clothes and wall is 0.5, how do you find minimum speed you would need to stick to the wall of the ride...

*December 7, 2010 by Joey*

**French**

How do you say ride as in riding a ride in an amusement park?

*May 17, 2008 by Slappy*

**math**

You must be at least 48 inches tall to ride an amusement park ride, and your little sister is 30 inches tall. How many inches/must she grow before she may ride the ride? You need no more than 3,000 calories in a day. You consumed 840 calories at breakfast and 1,150 calories at...

*March 14, 2009 by Erin*

**Physics**

An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.00 m in diameter from which 9.5 kg seats are suspended at the end of 2.50 m massless chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle θ = 31.0° with the vertical. Assume the average mass of a child...

*October 17, 2012 by kulit*

**Physics**

An amusement ride consists of a large horizontal circular platform turning at 12 rpm. People attempt to sit on this platform without slipping toward the outer edge. The coefficient of static friction is 0.15. Determine the distance from the center of the platform that a 150-...

*November 30, 2010 by Tim*

**physics**

a carnival ride is made so that at a certain point the floor can be lowered and the people inside don't fall. if this carnival ride has 2.0 m radius and rotates 1.1 times per second: a) find the speed of the ride. B) find the centripetal acceleration of a rider C) what ...

*April 6, 2012 by Ren*

**Physics**

A special electronic sensor is embedded in the seat of a car that takes riders around a circular loop-the-loop ride at an amusement park. The sensor measures the magnitude of the normal force that the seat exerts on a rider. The loop-the-loop ride is in the vertical plane and ...

*October 2, 2012 by Jackson Kerr*

**college physics 1**

A special electronic sensor is embedded in the seat of a car that takes riders around a circular loop-the-loop ride at an amusement park. The sensor measures the magnitude of the normal force that the seat exerts on a rider. The loop-the-loop ride is in the vertical plane and ...

*March 5, 2014 by anonymous*

**physics**

if a spinning amusement-park ride has an angular speed of 1.2 rad/s, what is the centripetal acceleration of a person standing 12m from the center of the ride?

*November 24, 2009 by Luis*

**physics**

An amusement park ride consists of a large vertical cylinder that spins about Figure P6.61 its axis fast enough such that any person inside is held up against the wall persons who walk around on the inner wall of the outer rim. Find the rate of rotation of the wheel (in ...

*October 1, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

An amusement park ride called the Rotor consists of a room in the shape of a vertical cylinder (2.10 m in radius) which, once the riders are inside, begins to rotate, forcing them to the wall. When the room reaches a speed of one rotation every 1.36 s, the floor suddenly drops...

*October 23, 2011 by Kellie*

**physics**

You've taken your neighbor's young child to the carnival to ride the rides. She wants to ride The Rocket. Eight rocket-shaped cars hang by chains from the outside edge of a large steel disk. A vertical axle through the center of the ride turns the disk, causing the cars to ...

*March 9, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.26 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 1.14 m massless chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 16.2 degrees with the vertical. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8...

*November 14, 2009 by bubba*

**Physics**

An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.26 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 1.14 m massless chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 16.2 degrees with the vertical. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8...

*November 15, 2009 by bubba*

**PHYSICS!!**

An amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 8.26 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 1.14 m massless chains. When the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 16.2 degrees with the vertical. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8...

*November 16, 2009 by bubba*

**Physics**

an 80 kg physics student is riding the cajun cliffhanger. this ride had a diameter of 8.0m (u:0.06)the ride produces enough centripetal force to suspend a student. 1.what is the force of friction to keep the student suspended? 2.what normal force is required to generate the ...

*May 3, 2010 by Maira*

**english**

Do you know when to ride a bike? Do you know when you should ride a bike? - 1. Yes, I do. I have to ride a bike between 5 and 7 p.m. - 2. Yes, I do. I should ride a bike during the daytime. - 3. Yes, I do. I must ride a bike on weekends. (Are both the questions and answers ...

*April 22, 2014 by rfvv*

**English**

1. He is riding a horse. 2. He is riding on a horse. 3. He has to ride a taxi. 4. He has to ride on a taxi. 5. He has to ride in a taxi. 6. He will ride a bus. 7. He will ride on a bus. 8. He will ride in a bus. 9. He will ride the subway. 10. He will ride on the subway. 11. ...

*November 14, 2012 by rfvv*

**please help me in math**

The two-way table shows the number of people whose hobbies are reading or solving puzzles and who either ride a motorcycle or don’t ride a motorcycle. Among people whose hobby is reading, what is the relative frequency of not riding a motorcycle? Express your answer as a ...

*January 12, 2015 by Aspen*

**Math**

A carousel at Playland, contains 38 horses. each carousel ride takes 4 minutes, riders need 3 minutes to exit and newcomber require 3 minutes to pick a horse and hop on. A carousel ride costs $0.75. The carousel makes $88,239.00 a year. How many horses are occupied per ride, ...

*February 25, 2014 by John*

**College Physics**

The rotor is an amusement park ride where people stand against the inside of a cylinder. Once the cylinder is spinning fast enough, the floor drops out. A-What force keeps the people from falling out the bottowm of the ride? I think that it's the Normal force? B-If the ...

*October 21, 2008 by JP*

**Math**

Trevor went to an amusement park where ride tickets cost $2.50 each. He plans to spend $15.00 on refreshments while at the park. He has a total of $65.00. Write an equation to find the number of ride tickets he can buy.

*March 25, 2015 by Brooke*

**physics**

an amusement park ride consists of a rotating circular platform 7.4 m in diameter from which 10 kg seats are suspended at the end of 1.81 m massless chains. when the system rotates, the chains make an angle of 26.6 degree with the vertical. the acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m...

*November 21, 2010 by vanessa*

**math**

please help me am having problems answering this problem. there are 5.7 million Americans who ride a bicycle at leaset occassionally. the following circle graph shows reasons people ride. in each of exercise 61-64, determine the number of Americans who ride a bicycle for the ...

*March 18, 2011 by Ngo*

**algebra**

θhe height h in feet of a car above the exit ramp of an amusement park′s free-fall ride can be modled by the equation h=−16t<E> 6<E>+s where t is the time in seconds after the car drops s is the starting height of the car in feet. How high above ...

*May 11, 2014 by Sue May*

**physics**

A special electronic sensor is embedded in the seat of a car that takes riders around a circular loop-the-loop at an amusement park. The sensor measures the magnitude of the normal force that the seat exerts on a rider. The loop-the-loop ride is in the vertical plane and its ...

*February 23, 2011 by heather*

**Algebra**

The period of time the pirate ship ride at a carnival takes to complete one cycle swinging to and fro is represented by the formula below for L feet long and T seconds. Find to the nearest hundredth of a second the period of time it takes the ride to swing one cycle if the ...

*May 20, 2011 by Amy*

**trig**

a carousel has eight evely spaced seats shaped like animals. During each ride, the carousel makes between 8 and 9 clockwise revolutions. At the end of one ride, the carousel stops so that the lion is in the position where the zebra was when the ride started. through how many ...

*May 7, 2014 by TJ*

**Math - Algebra**

our riding your bike to the park, sit to read for a while, and then ride your bike home. It takes you less time to ride from the park to your house than it took to ride from your house to the park. Draw a sketch of a graph that shows your possible distance traveled over time. ...

*February 26, 2015 by Coco*

**English**

You need to ride up the road. (Which vehicle does the other person have to ride? Is this expression used only for riding a horse? What is the meaning of 'ride up'? Does the other person need to ride a horst toward the place which is up?)

*September 26, 2013 by rfvv*

**physics**

At an amusement park there is a ride in which cylindrically shaped chambers spin around a central axis. People sit in seats facing the axis, their backs against the outer wall. At one instant the outer wall moves at a speed of 3.2 m/s, and an 83 kg person feels a 525 N force ...

*October 1, 2008 by Jen*

**physics**

At an amusement park there is a ride in which cylindrically shaped chambers spin around a central axis. People sit in seats facing the axis, their backs against the outer wall. At one instant the outer wall moves at a speed of 3.04 m/s, and an 65.2-kg person feels a 290-N ...

*October 8, 2012 by Jane*

**Physics**

At an amusement park there is a ride in which cylindrically shaped chambers spin around a central axis. People sit in seats facing the axis, their backs against the outer wall. At one instant the outer wall moves at a speed of 3.44 m/s, and an 64.3-kg person feels a 277-N ...

*October 3, 2013 by Tyler*

**PHYSICS**

At an amusement park there is a ride in which cylindrically shaped chambers spin around a central axis. People sit in seats facing the axis, their backs against the outer wall. At one instant the outer wall moves at a speed of 3.78 m/s, and an 63.5-kg person feels a 528-N ...

*October 14, 2015 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

At an amusement park there is a ride in which cylindrically shaped chambers spin around a central axis. People sit in seats facing the axis, their backs against the outer wall. At one instant the outer wall moves at a speed of 3.21 m/s, and an 75.7 kg person feels a 558 N ...

*March 29, 2016 by Emily*

**Physics**

A "swing" ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 12.0 m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. (č = 60.0°) Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 222 kg.

*November 7, 2012 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A "swing" ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 12.0 m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. (č = 60.0°) Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 222 kg

*November 7, 2012 by Don*

**Physics**

A popular amusement park ride looks like a huge cylinder of radius 3 m, where people stand up along the vertical walls on top of a floor which can drop away. The cylinder begins to rotate faster and faster, and when it reaches its highest speed the floor drops away. Clearly ...

*February 13, 2013 by Kelsi*

**Physics (math)**

Fayce Slift found that it took her 132 steps to pace off 100.0 m. She was studying the flying trapeze. She noticed that when the ride was running that the chairs swung outward. She found that it took her 14.5 steps to go from the outside of the swing path on one side to the ...

*May 9, 2010 by Rachel*

**English**

1. Can you give me a ride if you are driving? 2. Can you give me a ride if you drive? 3. He will be driving, so ask him to give you a ride. 4. He will drive, so ask him to give you a ride. -------------- Are they all the same in meaning? Which expressions do we have to use? ...

*May 17, 2016 by rfvv*

**Physics**

The ride drops riders from the top of a tall tower and let's them free fall for a short time before bringing them to a stop. For the riders' safety, you must make sure the riders do not experience an acceleration greate than 2g. Assume the riders have a constant acceleration ...

*June 24, 2015 by Rolf*

**Math**

The latest thrill ride at a popular theme park takes roller coaster fans on an exciting ride. In the first 20 seconds, it carries its passengers up a 100 meter hill, plunges them 72 meters down and quickly takes them back up a 48 meter rise. How much higher or lower from the ...

*September 9, 2013 by Jerald*

**Physics-Please check**

I posted this question this morning but I'm not sure of the response Damon provided. If you were in a rotor style ride and the riders accelerate until the speed of ride is reached- if the radius of the cylinder is 5.0m and the coefficient of friction between clothes and wall ...

*December 7, 2010 by Joey*

**Physics**

In an old fashioned amusement park ride, passengers stand inside a 5.0-m diameter hollow steel cylinder with their backs against the wall. The cylinder begins to rotate about the vertical axis. Then, the floor that the passengers are standing on suddenly drops away! If all ...

*October 12, 2009 by Jacqui*

**math hw **

in 1997 there were 3344 amusement parks in the u.s.. this decreased by 148 in 2002 then grew by 47 by 2008 how many amusement parks and arcades were there in 2008? please show work

*October 14, 2012 by ellis*

**math**

Anthony plans to ride 175 km on his bike and Samantha plans to ride 250 km. They both plan to complete their journeys in a whole number of days. a) How many kilometers could each person travel if they both ride the same number of kilmeters each day? b) Howmany days will each ...

*September 9, 2009 by Van*

**math trig**

A Ferris wheel with a diameter of 37 meters rotates at a rate of 4 minutes per revolution. Riders board the Ferris wheel 4 meters above the ground at the bottom of the wheel. A couple boards the Ferris wheel and the ride starts. Write a formula for the height of the couple t ...

*September 28, 2016 by help*

**physics**

An amusement park ride consists of a car moving in a vertical circle on the end of a rigid boom of negligible mass. The combined weight of the car and riders is 5.0 kN, and the circle’s radius is 10 m. At the top of the circle, what are the (a) magnitude FB and (b) direction (...

*February 26, 2010 by tucker*

**Math**

One popular ride at carnivals is the Roundabout, which works in the following manner. Riders stand on the inside edge of a circle, with their backs against a wall mounted on the edge of the circle. The wheel begins to spin. Once it is spinning fast enough the whole wheel tilts...

*June 9, 2013 by A*

**physic **

A swing ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 11.0-m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 164 kg, the angle θ = 58°. Find the speed of the chair.

*September 28, 2015 by john bear*

**math**

Anthony plans to ride 175 km on his bike and Samanta plans to ride 250km. They both plan to complete their journeys in a whole number of days. How many kilometres could each person travel if they both ride the same number of kilometres each day. How many days will each person ...

*October 3, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Math**

I need help with these 3 problems. 1. An amusement park charges admission plus a fee for each ride you go on. 2 admissions and 5 rides cost $22. 2 admissions and X rides cost $24. What is the charge for 1 admission and the charge for 1 ride. 2. Find the lenght of the ...

*June 28, 2010 by Jessica*

**physics (super hard)**

a carnival ride is designed with seats that carry two people weighing 910.0 N each. the seats itself weights 630 N.each seat is connected to central spindle by one chain and rotates on a radios of 6.07 meters. the ride is designed to rotate fast enough that the seats swing out...

*October 9, 2016 by nick*

**physics**

A "swing" ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 12.0 m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. (θ = 61.0°) Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 196 kg. the tension is 3961.97N Find the speed of the ...

*February 22, 2012 by Natasha*

**Language Arts**

1. Which of the following transitions shows a comparison? A. although B. however C. just as** D. whereas 2. Which answer option best revises the sentences for transition use? Sentence: You can get to the beach by car. You can ride your bike to the beach A. You can get to the ...

*March 7, 2016 by Pearl*

**Math**

At the amusement park, you decide to ride the Ferris wheel, which has a maximum height of 50 meters and a diameter of 35 meters. It takes the wheel 5 minutes to make one revolution. If you start your ride at the midline and the ferris wheel rotates counter clockwise, how many ...

*June 19, 2015 by Tiffany*

**Math**

A group of 378 people are standing in line to ride a roller coaster.If the roller coaster seats 16 people at one time,what is the least number of times the roller coaster will have to operate in order to give every person a ride?

*March 21, 2013 by Olyvia*

**physics**

A 34.1 kg child rides a Ferris wheel whose diameter is 18.3 m. When the ride is turning at a constant rate, the child’s speed has a constant value of 4.23 m/s. Find the normal force the seat exerts on the child at: a) The top of the ride b) The bottom of the ride

*July 1, 2013 by justin*

**Math**

At the amusement park, you decide to ride the Ferris wheel, which has a maximum height of 100 meters and a diameter of 50 meters. It takes the wheel seven minutes to make one revolution. If you start your ride at the midline and the ferris wheel rotates counter clockwise, how ...

*May 23, 2016 by Kori*

**Englsih**

Posted by rfvv on Tuesday, May 17, 2016 at 2:12am. 1. Can you give me a ride if you are driving? 2. Can you give me a ride if you drive? 3. He will be driving, so ask him to give you a ride. 4. He will drive, so ask him to give you a ride. -------------- Are they all the same ...

*May 17, 2016 by rfvv*

**AP Physics b**

Design a carnival ride on which standing passengers are pressed against the inside curved wall of a rotating vertical cylinder. It is to turn at most at 1/7 revolution per second. Assuming a minimum coefficient of friction of 0.10 between clothing and wall, what diameter ...

*November 3, 2011 by gaston*

**physics**

Design a carnival ride on which standing passengers are pressed against the inside curved wall of a rotating vertical cylinder. It is to turn at most at 1/3 revolution per second. Assuming a minimum coefficient of friction of 0.70 between clothing and wall, what diameter ...

*December 22, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Pre-algebra**

If m is the number of minutes a taxi ride lasts, then 2 + 0.35m can be used to find the cost of a taxi ride with Bill's Taxi Company. How much will it cost for a 12-min taxi ride? I don't understand how to calculate this, thank you!

*August 31, 2012 by Susan*

**physics**

A carnival ride has a radius of 2.18 m and rotates once every 0.82 sec. What would the speed of a rider be that has been flung from the ride? What would be the angular speed of a second rider who remains on the ride?

*March 3, 2013 by kadie*

**Calculus**

Could someone help me setup an equation for this equation? --------------------------------- A city bus system carries 4000 passengers a day throughout a large city. The cost to ride the bus is $1.50/person. The owner realizes that 100 fewer people would ride the bus for each...

*March 7, 2012 by Jake*

**math**

Anthony plans to travel 175 km. on his bike,samantha wants to ride 250 km. they both plan to complete their journeys in a whole number of days.(a)how many km could each travel if they both ride the same amount of km each day (b)How many days will each have to ride for each ...

*October 6, 2011 by Jessie*

**physics**

A "swing" ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 16.6 m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 239 kg. (a) Determine the tension in the cable attached to the chair. (...

*February 23, 2011 by heather*

**Physics**

A "swing" ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 19.8 m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 144 kg. (a) Determine the tension in the cable attached to the chair. (...

*October 3, 2013 by Tyler*

**Physics**

A "swing" ride at a carnival consists of chairs that are swung in a circle by 17.4 m cables attached to a vertical rotating pole, as the drawing shows. Suppose the total mass of a chair and its occupant is 291 kg. (a) Determine the tension in the cable attached to the chair. (...

*September 30, 2015 by Anonymous*