1. Physic

    A 89.0 kg person stands on one leg and 90% of the weight is supported by the upper leg connecting the knee and hip joint-the femur. Assuming the femur is 0.640 m long and has a radius of 1.90 cm, by how much is the bone compressed?

    asked by Bret on May 7, 2011
  2. Physics

    A person of weight 820 N stands on one leg. The area of the foot in contact with the floor is 1.4 X 10^-2 m^2 a. Calculate the pressure exerted by the foot on the ground. b. Explain what would happen to the pressure exerted on the floor if the person

    asked by Alice on December 13, 2018
  3. Physics

    Consider a human femur of length L = 469 mm. Model the bone as a hollow cylinder, with inner radius Ra = 4.17 mm and outer radius Rb = 12.51 mm. If a 74 kg person's weight is supported by one leg, calculate the stress on the femur; express as percentage of

    asked by Anonymous on October 24, 2012
  4. physics

    a rod 300 cm long is hinged in a wall its weight is 50N. it is supported by a leg from other edge and an external weight of 80N is placed on the rod 50 cm away from the leg end.. find the tension in the leg?

    asked by umair on August 26, 2012
  5. Physics

    When standing erect a person's weight is supported chiefly by the larger of the two leg bones. Assuming this bone to be a hollow cylinder of 2.5 cm internal diameter and 3.5 cm external diameter, what is the compressive stress on the bone (in each leg) in

    asked by Brittnieee. on March 4, 2012
  6. physics

    a 500 N person stands on a uniform board of weight 100 N and length 8 m. the board is supported at each end. if the support force at the right end is three times that at the left end, how far from the right end is the person? please explain

    asked by amanda on January 4, 2009
  7. woburn

    We consider a man of mass m = 77 kg as shown in the figure below using crutches. The crutches each make an angle of è = 26 with the vertical. Half of the person's weight is supported by the crutches, the other half is supported by the normal forces acting

    asked by shariva on October 4, 2010
  8. Physics

    A person 1.90 m tall walks on a horizontal icy surface. The coefficient of friction between the surface of the ice and the person's shoe sole is μ = 0.33 and the length of the person's legs are 1/2 of the person's height. Determine the maximum step length

    asked by Jacob on October 4, 2015
  9. Physics

    We consider a man of mass m = 84 kg as shown in the figure below using crutches. The crutches each make an angle of θ = 26degrees with the vertical. Half of the person's weight is supported by the crutches, the other half is supported by the normal forces

    asked by Matt on September 26, 2009
  10. physics

    We consider a man of mass m = 85 kg as shown in the figure below using crutches. The crutches each make an angle of è = 26o with the vertical. Half of the person's weight is supported by the crutches, the other half is supported by the normal forces

    asked by m2a on September 27, 2009
  11. physics

    A man of mass 82 kg is using crutches. the crutches make an angle of 26 degrees with the vertical. Half the person's weight is supported by the crutches. Assuming that the person is at rest, find the magnitude of the force supported by each crutch. the way

    asked by Hannah on September 27, 2009
  12. Physics

    A man of mass 82 kg is using crutches. the crutches make an angle of 26 degrees with the vertical. Half the person's weight is supported by the crutches. Assuming that the person is at rest, find the magnitude of the force supported by each crutch. the way

    asked by Hannah on September 27, 2009
  13. applied physics

    two painters stand on a 10.00m scaffold. one,of mass 65.0kg, stands 2.00m from one end. the other, of mass 95.0kg, stands 4.00m from the other end. they share a paint container of mass 18.0kg located between the two and 2.50m from the larger person. what

    asked by donna on April 22, 2013
  14. physics

    A person is sitting with one leg outstretched, so that it makes an angle of = 39.9o with the horizontal. The weight of the leg below the knee is 34.7 N with the center of gravity located below the knee joint. The leg is being held in this position because

    asked by Sami on November 1, 2011
  15. physics-torque

    A person is doing leg lifts with 3.0-kg ankle weights. She is sitting in a chair with her legs bent at a right angle initially. The quadriceps muscles are attached to the patella via a tendon; the patella is connected to the tibia by the patellar tendon,

    asked by Trace on January 19, 2011
  16. physics 1

    A person is sitting with one leg outstretched and stationary, so that it makes an angle of 30.0° with the horizontal, as the drawing indicates. The weight of the leg below the knee is 50.5 N, with the center of gravity located below the knee joint. The

    asked by Anonymous on April 13, 2014
  17. maths

    Data were collected on the differences in weight gains of 12 people one month after they stopped smoking, compared with their weight at the time when they stopped smoking. The data are given in Table 2. A positive quantity corresponds to a gain in weight,

    asked by mary on March 30, 2016
  18. physics

    A particular person’s lower leg is 59 cm long and has a mass of 8.0 kg. If allowed to swing freely, with what time period would the leg swing? (Treat the leg as a simple pendulum with length equal to half the leg length and all the leg’s mass

    asked by Anonymous on April 3, 2014
  19. physics

    (a) Find the magnitude of the total force of the traction apparatus applied to the leg, assuming è = 31°, the weight of the leg is 21 N and the weight hanging from the traction apparatus, m, is also 21 N. 1 N (b) What is the horizontal component of the

    asked by Anonymous on June 6, 2011
  20. Physics

    Consider the hip joint. The bones are normally not in direct contact , but instead are covered with cartilage to reduce friction. The space between them is filled with synovial fluid, which reduces the friction further. Due to this fluid, the coefficient

    asked by tom on March 8, 2016
  21. physics

    Consider the hip joint. The bones are normally not in direct contact , but instead are covered with cartilage to reduce friction. The space between them is filled with synovial fluid, which reduces the friction further. Due to this fluid, the coefficient

    asked by vanessa on March 8, 2016
  22. Physics

    Consider the hip joint. The bones are normally not in direct contact , but instead are covered with cartilage to reduce friction. The space between them is filled with synovial fluid, which reduces the friction further. Due to this fluid, the coefficient

    asked by tom on March 8, 2016
  23. Physics

    A person 1.90 m tall walks on a horizontal icy surface. The coefficient of friction between the surface of the ice and the person's shoe sole is μ = 0.33 and the length of the person's legs are 1/2 of the person's height. Determine the maximum step length

    asked by Jacob on October 3, 2015
  24. physics

    A uniform horizontal beam with a length of 8m and a weight of 200N is attached to a wall by a pin connection. Its far end is supported by a cable that makes an angle of 53° with the beam (Figure below). If a 600N person stands 2m from the wall, find the

    asked by joy on April 23, 2018
  25. physics

    A 70 kg person sits on a 3.6 kg chair. Each leg of the chair makes contact with the floor in a circle that is 1.5 cm in diameter. Find the pressure exerted on the floor by each leg of the chair, assuming the weight is evenly distributed.

    asked by Alan on May 12, 2011
  26. Physics please help!!

    A 73.5 kg person sits on a 3.20 kg chair. Each leg of the chair makes contact with the floor in a circle that is 1.74 cm in diameter. Calculate the pressure exerted on the floor by each leg of the chair, assuming the weight is evenly distributed.

    asked by Megan on March 15, 2011
  27. physics

    an 800 N person stands on a scale in an elevator. What is his apparent weight when the elevator is accelerating upward at 2 m/s^2? B) what5 is his apparent weight when the elevator is acc. downward at 2m/s^2? c) what is his apparent weight when the

    asked by Sabrina on February 20, 2007
  28. physics

    a person whos mass is 102 kg stands on a beam supported by two ropes , A and B, he is standing on one foot to help you solve this problem.

    asked by vic on October 26, 2009
  29. physics

    a person whos mass is 102 kg stands on a beam supported by two ropes , A and B, he is standing on one foot to help you solve this problem.what is the tension of the two ropes? the entire beam itself is 4.56 m and the person is stading from left to right in

    asked by jonh on October 26, 2009
  30. physics

    Which is true as one gets closer to the center of the earth? a. The person’s weight increases b. The person’s weight decreases c. The person’s weight remains the same d. The person’s mass changes e. A new dimension is discovered

    asked by jude on May 6, 2010
  31. Physics

    When a patient’s injured neck is healing, it is often desirable to prevent the weight of the head from pushing down on the neck. This can be accomplished with the system of pulleys shown in the figure. The pulleys are all small and extremely light in

    asked by Carl on February 23, 2011
  32. Physics

    A 55 kg person stands on a scale in an elevator that accelerates downward at 3 m/s2. a) What is the scale reading? N b) What is the person's weight? N

    asked by applebottom on October 31, 2010
  33. College Physics

    A 3.0 m long light board with negligible weight is supported at each end by cables. a painter weighing 900 N stands 1.o m from the left cable. Find the tension in each cable.

    asked by Anonymous on February 21, 2015
  34. college physics

    a 3m long light board with negligible weight is supported at each end by cables. a painter weighing 900 N stands 1m from the left cable. find the tension in each cable,

    asked by Anonymous on February 21, 2015
  35. Physics

    A plank 3m long and having a mass of 20kg is supported at its ends. Imagine that a person with a mass of 50 kg stands m from one end. What are the magnitudes of the force exerted by the supports?

    asked by Josh on November 26, 2016
  36. Physics

    I don't need somone to fully answer this questions, but I need help as to where to get started. Occasionally a severe leg break requires traction to help the bones heal properly. While in traction, the leg is held stationary in the air and is under tension

    asked by Jana on October 2, 2016
  37. Physics

    When I asked my teacher for help he told me this This is a logical puzzle. Having 75% of the typical weight means experiencing 75% of the typical gravity. The floor must be falling away with an acceleration of 25% of typical gravity. Here's the question I

    asked by Physics on July 10, 2009
  38. Math

    A 120Ib person would weight about 20Ib on the earth's moon. A 150 Ib person would weight 28I Ib on lo, a moon of Jupiter. Use ratio table to determine which make a person weight the most

    asked by Jasi on August 25, 2016
  39. Physics Dynamics

    A person stands on a bathroom scale in a motionless elevator. When the elevator begins to move, the scale briefly reads only 0.69 of the person's regular weight. Calculate the magnitude of the acceleration of the elevator.

    asked by Anonymous on February 12, 2015
  40. physics

    A person stands on a bathroom scale on a motionless elevator. When the elevator begins to move, the scale briefly reads 200 percent of the person's regular weight. Calculate the acceleration of the elevator, a_{elevator}. Use SI units

    asked by Ryan on February 21, 2014
  41. physic

    A person stands on a bathroom scale in a motionless elevator begins to move,the scale briefly reads only 0.75 of th person regular weight(means Fn=0.75mg).Calculate the acceleration of the elevator,and find the direction of acceleration.

    asked by noah on July 10, 2011
  42. Physics

    1) Determine the extension of the trampoline when a 200 kg person stands on the trampoline. (k=12000) 2) If on the first push, the trampoline went 8.0 cm below its position in part 1, find the average force exerted by his leg muscles? For the first

    asked by Pink on April 18, 2014
  43. physics

    A uniform wooden plank 68cm long and weighing 38N rest horizontaly on two knife edges each 10cm from the ends of the plank. (1) What is the greatest land which applied at one end of the plank will not cause it to over turn. (2) what are the reactions of

    asked by Asare Joseph on August 23, 2016
  44. Physiology

    Obesity is defined medically as 20% above a person’s ideal weight. If a person’s ideal weight is 72 kg, when (above what weight) would that person be considered obese? ________________kg

    asked by Ivy on February 9, 2011
  45. Phys

    A person stands on a bathroom scale in a motionless elevator. When the elevator begins to move, the scale briefly reads only 0.74 of the person's regular weight. Calculate the magnitude of acceleration of the elevator. Find the direction of acceleration

    asked by Ashley on September 23, 2009
  46. physics

    A person stands on a bathroom scale in a motionless elevator. When the elevator begins to move, the scale briefly reads only 0.71 of the person's regular weight. Calculate the acceleration of the elevator, and find the direction of acceleration.

    asked by Meghan on November 14, 2010
  47. Physics

    A 83.0-kg person stands on a scale in an elevator. What is the apparent weight when the elevator is (a) accelerating upward with an acceleration of 1.80 m/s2

    asked by Xavier on October 3, 2010
  48. Physics

    A person with mass mp = 74 kg stands on a spinning platform disk with a radius of R = 2.31 m and mass md = 183 kg. The disk is initially spinning at ω = 1.8 rad/s. The person then walks 2/3 of the way toward the center of the disk (ending 0.77 m from the

    asked by MUHAMMAD JUNAID on April 21, 2019
  49. FRENCH- BANGS

    Bangs really confuse me:( Could I get a few notes on them please, I already checked the internet. B stands for beauty A stands for age N stands for number G stands for goodness S stands for size These are all adjectives, what confuses me is that are they

    asked by Sidney on February 26, 2011
  50. Physics

    A borad, 3m long, is hinged at point a and is supported by a vertical rope at point b, 2m from a. A boy weighing 200 N stands at the end of the board at point c. Neglecting the weight of the board, calculate the force on the rope.

    asked by Julie on July 19, 2015
  51. Physics

    An 8.5 m ladder whose weight is 310 N is placed against a smooth vertical wall. A person whose weight is 515 N stands on the ladder a distance 1.8 m up the ladder. The foot of the ladder rests on the floor 5.78 m from the wall. Calculate the normal force

    asked by DW on November 9, 2013
  52. physics

    1) Two people sit on a park bench 6.0 ft long, weighing 160 lb. A boy weighing 75lb sits directly over the legs on the left side. A man weighing 170 lb sits 2.0 ft to the right of the boy. How much weight is supported by each leg on the right side

    asked by aakash on October 3, 2011
  53. Physics

    a person stands a distance of 0.300 meters from the right end of a 2.00 meter long uniform platform that is supported by two posts, one at each end. The board has a mass of 20.0 kg and the person's mass is 75.0 kg. a. determine the force exterted on the

    asked by Sara on January 17, 2011
  54. physics

    a person stands a distance of 0.300 meters from the right end of a 2.00 meter long uniform platform that is supported by two posts, one at each end. The board has a mass of 20.0 kg and the person's mass is 75.0 kg. a. determine the force exterted on the

    asked by bob on January 20, 2009
  55. physics

    a person stands a distance of 0.300 meters from the right end of a 2.00 meter long uniform platform that is supported by two posts, one at each end. The board has a mass of 20.0 kg and the person's mass is 75.0 kg. a. determine the force exterted on the

    asked by bob on January 20, 2009
  56. Math

    The weight of a person and his luggage should not be greater than 150kg when travelling; (i) If the weight of the laggugge is W and that of a person is 70kg. write an inequality to represent this information (ii) Solf the inequality to find the range of

    asked by Ellen on July 9, 2015
  57. physics

    The leg and cast weigh 200 N, with the center of mass as indicated by the blue arrow in the diagram. The counterbalance w1 weighs 105 N. Determine the weight w2 and the angle α needed so that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the leg plus cast.

    asked by Diana on October 12, 2011
  58. Physics please check

    A person who weighs 655 N is riding a 98 N mountain bike. Suppose the entire weight of the rider and bike is supported equally by the two tires. If the gauge pressure in each tire is 8.70 X 10^5 Pa, what is the area of contact between each tire and the

    asked by Mary on April 8, 2007
  59. college physics

    From what maximum height can a 61 kg person jump without breaking the lower leg bone of either leg? Ignore air resistance and assume the CM of the person moves a distance of 0.65 m from the standing to the seated position (that is, in breaking the fall).

    asked by Anonymous on March 14, 2010
  60. math

    This is confusing: This proportion can be changed to (0.45)y = x, where x represents the person's weight in kilograms and y represents the person's weight in pounds. The recommended protein in grams is numerically equal to the person's weight in kilograms.

    asked by Leo on June 17, 2012
  61. physics help please!!!

    From what maximum height can a 61 kg person jump without breaking the lower leg bone of either leg? Ignore air resistance and assume the CM of the person moves a distance of 0.65 m from the standing to the seated position (that is, in breaking the fall).

    asked by Anonymous on March 14, 2010
  62. physics

    The leg and cast in the figure below weigh 210 N, with the center of mass as indicated by the blue arrow in the diagram. The counterbalance w1 weighs 125 N. Determine the weight w2 and the angle á needed so that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the

    asked by Anonymous on October 5, 2010
  63. physics

    The leg and cast in the figure below weigh 260 N, with the center of mass as indicated by the blue arrow in the diagram. The counterbalance w1 weighs 125 N. Determine the weight w2 AND the angle α needed so that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the

    asked by K on September 27, 2010
  64. physics

    The leg and cast in the figure below weigh 260 N, with the center of mass as indicated by the blue arrow in the diagram. The counterbalance w1 weighs 125 N. Determine the weight w2 AND the angle α needed so that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the

    asked by K on September 27, 2010
  65. Physics

    The leg and cast in the figure below weigh 280 N, with the center of mass as indicated by the blue arrow in the diagram. The counterbalance w1 weighs 130 N. Determine the weight w2 and the angle á needed so that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the

    asked by Erica on September 15, 2010
  66. physics - leg cast

    The leg and cast in the figure below weigh 280 N, with the center of mass as indicated by the blue arrow in the diagram. The counterbalance w1 weighs 105 N. Determine the weight w2 and the angle α needed so that no force is exerted on the hip joint by the

    asked by lau on May 25, 2010
  67. Physics

    A person stands on a scale in an elevator. As the elevator starts, the scale has a constant reading of 591 N. As the elevator later stops, the scale reading is 391 N. Assume the magnitude of the acceleration is the same during starting and stopping, and

    asked by Jazz on October 9, 2006
  68. physics

    (a) A bathroom scale has a spring that is compressed by 1.50 cm when a 165 kg person stands on the scale. Assuming the spring is described by Hooke's law, find its force constant. (b) How much would it be compressed if a 94.0 kg person stands on the scale

    asked by Justin on July 28, 2013
  69. physics

    person stands a distance of 0.300 meters from the right end of a 2.00 meter long uniform platform that is supported by two posts, one at each end. The board has a mass of 20.0 kg and the person's mass is 75.0 kg. a. determine the force exterted on the

    asked by bob on January 20, 2009
  70. physics

    A 73 kg man in a 7.0 kg chair tilts back so that all the weight is balanced on two legs of the chair. Assume that each leg makes contact with the floor over a circular area with a radius of 1.0 cm, and find the pressure exerted on the floor by each leg.

    asked by kaitlyn on December 13, 2010
  71. physics

    a person stands in the center of a frozen pond wearing ice skates. his total weight including his skates is 400 n. he pushes on of his 20 n skates forward at 10 m/s. what is his velocity?

    asked by Anonymous on June 2, 2013
  72. physics

    a person stands in the center of a frozen pond wearing ice skates. his total weight including his skates is 400 n. he pushes on of his 20 n skates forward at 10 m/s. what is his velocity?

    asked by Anonymous on June 2, 2013
  73. OOP(netbeans)

    Write a program that accepts a person’s weight and displays the number of calories the person needs in one day. A person needs 19 calories per pound of body weight, so the formula expressed in Java is Calories = bodyweight * 19;

    asked by kchik on March 9, 2013
  74. Physics

    A 160lb person steps into an elevator and stands on a bathroom scale. what is the weight on the scale when the elevator accelerates upwards at 2ft/s^2

    asked by Andrew on August 26, 2012
  75. Physics

    A 96.4-kg person stands on a scale in an elevator. What is the apparent weight when the elevator is (a) accelerating upward with an acceleration of 1.86 m/s2, (b) moving upward at a constant speed

    asked by BrookeNeed on September 29, 2016
  76. physics

    a 10m uniform beam of weight 100 N is supported by two ropes at the ends. if a 400 N person sits at 2m from the left end of the beam, what is the tension in the left rope?

    asked by Dasha on December 19, 2011
  77. algebra

    Please show solution to this problem. In triangle A, the longer leg is 6 more than the shorter leg and the hypotenuse is 6 more than the longer leg. Find the lengths of each side of this right triangle. Show all calculations. Short leg = _______ Long leg =

    asked by Anneliese on January 23, 2017
  78. Physics

    A 67.8 kg man sits in a 6.3 kg chair so that his weight is evenly distributed on the legs of the chair. Assume that each leg makes contact with the floor over a circular area with a radius of 2.4 cm. What is the pressure exerted on the floor by each leg?

    asked by Mackenzie Tucker on February 18, 2013
  79. Physics

    How close to the edge of the 24.0 kg table shown in Figure 9-47 can a 60.0 kg person sit without tipping it over? m Table is 2.2m long each leg is 5m into the table and there is 1.2m in between each leg. The table is 8m in height.

    asked by gabby on March 9, 2015
  80. physics

    A 73 kg man in a 4.3 kg chair tilts back so that all his weight is balanced on two legs of the chair. Assume that each leg makes contact with the floor over a circular area of radius 1.5 cm. Find the pressure exerted on the floor by each leg. The

    asked by andre on November 6, 2014
  81. Physics

    A variation Russel traction supports the lower leg in a cast. suppose that the patient's leg and cast have a combined mass of 15.0kg and m1 is 4.50kg. (a) what is reaction force of the leg muscles to the traction? (b) what must m2 be to keep the leg

    asked by C. Standard on January 31, 2010
  82. language arts

    in a riddle, a girl stands on one end of a newspaper spread flat on the floor. her brother stands on the other end. neither can touch the other person. how come? please help me!

    asked by alyssa on March 3, 2010
  83. math

    A Ferris wheel 28.0m in diameter rotates once every 21.0s. What is the ratio of a person's apparent weight to her real weight at the top? What is the ratio of a person's apparent weight to her real weight at the bottom?

    asked by Confused on October 2, 2009
  84. physics

    A person using a ladder supported on vertical wall is 3/4 of the way up the ladder. If the person climbing the ladder has a weight of 980 newtons and the ladder is 4.89 meters long, how far from the wall can the base of the ladder be placed, and not slip?

    asked by sandhya on October 13, 2010
  85. physics

    A person using a ladder supported on vertical wall is 3/4 of the way up the ladder. If the person climbing the ladder has a weight of 980 newtons and the ladder is 4.89 meters long, how far from the wall can the base of the ladder be placed, and not slip?

    asked by sandhya on October 14, 2010
  86. physics

    A person using a ladder supported on vertical wall is 3/4 of the way up the ladder. If the person climbing the ladder has a weight of 980 newtons and the ladder is 4.89 meters long, how far from the wall can the base of the ladder be placed, and not slip?

    asked by sandhya on October 14, 2010
  87. Biomechanics

    Person A: Weight: 1200 N Net Impulse for counter movement jump: 240 Ns Person B: Weight: 800 N Net Impulse for counter movement jump: 160 Ns 1) Which person jumped highest? 2)What was kinetic energy of each person right before they left the ground? 3)What

    asked by J.PT~ on December 6, 2015
  88. maths

    The ‘body mass index’ is used to find the body weight that is appropriate for a person’s height. It is calculated using the formula. I = W (I = W divided by H squared) H 2 Where I is the body mass, W is the person’s weight in kg, and H is the

    asked by katie on May 12, 2007
  89. physics

    Early skeptics of the idea of a rotating Earth said that the fast spin of Earth would throw people at the equator into space. The radius of Earth is about 6400 km. Show why this objection is wrong by determining the following information. (a) Calculate the

    asked by Danny on December 6, 2012
  90. Physics

    Early skeptics of the idea of a rotating Earth said that the fast spin of Earth would throw people at the equator into space. The radius of Earth is about 6400 km. Show why this objection is wrong by determining the following information. (a) Calculate the

    asked by Caleb on December 3, 2012
  91. Math word problem

    The hypotenuse of a right triangle is 22 m long. The length of one leg is 10 m less than the other. Find the lengths of the legs. I have so far let one leg be x the other leg will be x-10 x^2 +(x-10)^2=22^2 x^2+x^2-20x+100=484

    asked by Allie on September 24, 2010
  92. Physics

    Early skeptics of the idea of a rotating Earth said that the fast spin of Earth would throw people at the equator into space. The radius of Earth is about 6400 km. Show why this objection is wrong by determining the following information. a.) Calculate the

    asked by Matt on November 30, 2011
  93. physics

    Early skeptics of the idea of a rotating Earth said that the fast spin of Earth would throw people at the equator into space. The radius of Earth is about 6400 km. Show why this objection is wrong by determining the following information. a.) Calculate the

    asked by Jordan on November 30, 2011
  94. physics

    A person who weighs 691 N is riding a 89-N mountain bike. Suppose the entire weight of the rider plus bike is supported equally by the two tires. If the gauge pressure in each tire is 8.40 x 105 Pa, what is the area of contact between each tire and the

    asked by Anonymous on November 18, 2013
  95. Physics

    A person who weighs 506 N is riding a 94-N mountain bike. Suppose the entire weight of the rider plus bike is supported equally by the two tires. If the gauge pressure in each tire is 6.70 x 105 Pa, what is the area of contact between each tire and the

    asked by Ashley on February 8, 2013
  96. physics

    A person who weighs 717 N is riding a 80-N mountain bike. Suppose the entire weight of the rider plus bike is supported equally by the two tires. If the gauge pressure in each tire is 8.10 x 105 Pa, what is the area of contact between each tire and the

    asked by victor on August 16, 2015
  97. physics 1

    A person who weighs 869 N is riding a 98-N mountain bike. Suppose the entire weight of the rider plus bike is supported equally by the two tires. If the gauge pressure in each tire is 7.80 x 105 Pa, what is the area of contact between each tire and the

    asked by Anonymous on April 22, 2014
  98. Algebra

    The hypotenuse of a right triangle is 5cm long. One leg is 3cm longer than the other leg. Find the dimensions of the shorter leg. (give your answer in radical form)

    asked by mary on September 23, 2008
  99. Physics

    Jane is sitting on a chair with her lower leg at a 30.0° angle with respect to the vertical. You need to develop a computer model of her leg to assist in some medical research. If you assume that her leg can be modeled as two uniform cylinders, one with

    asked by Dante on October 25, 2007
  100. physics

    the problem reads this "A person with mass m1 = 62 kg stands at the left end of a uniform beam with mass m2 = 93 kg and a length L = 3.5 m. Another person with mass m3 = 65 kg stands on the far right end of the beam and holds a medicine ball with mass m4 =

    asked by Lis on October 30, 2018