Physics

posted by .

While working on her bike, Amanita turns it upside down and gives the front wheel a counterclockwise spin. It spins at approximately constant speed for a few seconds. During this portion of the motion, she records the x and y positions and velocities, as well as the angular position and angular velocity, for the point on the rim designated by the yellow-orange dot in the figure. (Figure 1) Let the origin of the coordinate system be at the center of the wheel, the positive x direction to the right, the positive y position up, and the positive angular position counterclockwise. The graphs(Figure 2) begin when the point is at the indicated position. One graph may be the correct answer to more than one part.

Which of the graphs corresponds to x position versus time?

Which of the graphs corresponds to angular position versus time?

Which of the graphs corresponds to y velocity versus time?

Which of the following graphs corresponds to angular velocity versus time?

Thank you very much for your help.

  • Physics -

    I cannot comment on graphs that I cannot see.

  • Physics -

    1 F
    2 A
    3 C
    4 C

  • Physics -

    This is not an answer!!!

    Thankyou so much Elena, that was correct and a BIG BIG help. Thankyou so much!!!!

    This is not an answer!!!

  • Physics -

    It's really

    1 F
    2 A
    3 F
    4 C

    I just did the assignment

  • Physics -

    ty john

  • Physics -

    John is correct

  • Physics -

    FAFC

  • Physics -

    john is clutch

  • Physics -

    Nice one, came in clutch big time.

  • Physics -

    Yay john

Respond to this Question

First Name
School Subject
Your Answer

Similar Questions

  1. Physics

    A CD rotates at 500 (revolutions per minute) while the last song is playing, and then spins down to zero angular speed in 2.60 seconds with constant angular acceleration. The magnitude of the angular acceleration of the CD, as it spins …
  2. math

    Your roommate is working on his bicycle and has the bike upside down. He spins the 68.0cm -diameter wheel, and you notice that a pebble stuck in the tread goes by three times every second.
  3. math

    Your roommate is working on his bicycle and has the bike upside down. He spins the 68.0cm -diameter wheel, and you notice that a pebble stuck in the tread goes by three times every second. What is the pebble's speed?
  4. precalc

    a 21-speed bike has varying top speeds dependent on the gear it's in. the bike's tire diameter is 26 inches. the bike can pedal at a maximum of 130 revolutions per minute. the front chain wheel has sprokets of 24, 32, and 40 teeth. …
  5. math

    The wheel on a child's bicycle is 48 cm in diameter. To test the strength of the tire, William lifts the back wheel 1 m from the ground and spins it at 36 turns/min. He attached a blue sticker to the bottom of the tire beforehand. …
  6. Physics

    a bicycle turned upside down whiles owner repairs a flat tire. A friend spins the other wheel, of radius R, and observed that drops of water fly off tangentially. She measures the height reached by drops vertically. A drop that breaks …
  7. physics-distance

    Here's a stationary bike. If you pedal such that the front wheel rotates at 6.9 rad/s, and that wheel's radius is half a meter, how far would you have gone in 35 minutes, if the bike where a non-stationary bike?
  8. Physics

    A student holds a bike wheel and starts it spinning with an initial angular speed of 7.0 rotations per second. The wheel is subject to some friction, so it gradually slows down. In the 10-s period following the inital spin, the bike …
  9. Physics

    Not sure where to go with this problem, any help is appreciated! A bike is turned upside down for repairs. The front wheel can be described as a hoop with radius R=0.6 m and mass M=1.0 kg and a small point mass m=0.005 kg attached …
  10. Physics

    Not sure where to go with this problem, any help is appreciated! A bike is turned upside down for repairs. The front wheel can be described as a hoop with radius R=0.6 m and mass M=1.0 kg and a small point mass m=0.005 kg attached …

More Similar Questions