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Relative Velocity and Riverboat Problems

If the PDF does not show in the window above, then you can access it directly here: Relative Velocity and Riverboat Problems (PDF) The Curriculum Corner contains a complete ready-to-use curriculum for the high school physics classroom. This collection of pages comprise worksheets in PDF format that developmentally target key concepts and ...

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a. Determine the resultant velocity of the riverboat (velocity with respect to the shore). b. If the river is 71.0 m wide, then determine the time required for the boat to cross the river. X so c. Determine the distance that the boat will travel downstream. = Suppose that the boat attempts t 1 same task of crossing the river (5.1 m/ s with ...

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The riverboat is moving at 5.1 m/s with respect to the water. The water moves north with respect to the shore at a speed of 3.6 m/s. a. Determine the resultant velocity of the riverboat (velocity with respect to the shore). b. If the river is 71.0 m wide, then determine the time required for the boat to cross the river.

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Problem # 1. A motorcycle traveling on the highway at a speed of 120 km/h passes a car traveling at a speed of 90 km/h. From the point of view of a passenger on the car, what is the velocity of the motorcycle? Answer: 30 km/h. Problem # 2. A ball is kicked off the back of a pickup truck traveling at 50 km/h.

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RIVERBOAT PROBLEMS: Draw vector diagrams for each question. When you find the resultant you must include a direction (angle) for the resultant. A plane can travel with a speed of 80 mi/hr with respect to the air. Determine the resultant velocity of the plane (magnitude only) if it encounters a. 10 mi/hr headwind.(70mph) 10 mi/hr tailwind.(90mph)

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Before proceeding to the next step, lets determine "the velocity of the water relative to the freighter", V. wf. The following is a unique feature of case 2 relative velocity problems. That is V. wf. = - Vfw. This means the size of both velocities are the same, but the directions of each are perfectly opposing.

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a. Determine the resultant velocity of the riverboat (velocity with respect to the shore). b. If the river is 71.0 m wide, then determine the time required for the boat to cross the river. c. Determine the distance that the boat will travel downstream. 5. Suppose that the boat attempts this same task of crossing the river (5.1 m/s with respect ...

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Chapter 3, Part 1 Quiz. Name. Chapter 2 Relative Velocity Calculations Worksheet. On occasion objects move within a medium that is moving with respect to an observer. For example, an airplane usually encounters a wind - air that is moving with respect to an observer on the ground below. As another example, a motorboat in a river is moving ...

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Relative Motion Worksheet 1. A passenger at the rear of a train traveling at 15 m/s relative to Earth throws a baseball with a ... the water and the river's velocity is 3.0 m/s to the east, what will the boat's velocity relative to Earth be? (Hint: Remember to include the direction in describing the velocity.) 4. A girl at an airport rolls ...

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9. A boat heading north crosses a wide river with a velocity of 13.5 km/hr relative to the water. The river has a uniform velocity of 2.5 km/hr due east. Determine the boat's velocity with respect to an observer on shore. 10. A plane heading due east with a velocity of 250 km/hr encounters a strong wind heading North West with a velocity of 35 ...

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Relative Velocity Practice Problems ame ate 1. A school bus moves at 15 m/s relative to an outside observer. If a student walks toward the front of the bus at 3 m/s relative to the bus, how fast is the student moving relative to the observer? 2. If the same student turns around and walks to the back of the bus at 3 m/s, what is the relative ...

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The speed in still water, , is the magnitude of the velocity of the swimmer relative to the river. When the swimmer is swimming upstream: 3 m s , m s ., R SR SR S R v v i v vi v v v 1 11 1 ... Exercise 4A - general problems involving relative velocity 1) A bicycle is travelling on a straight road at 2 m s-1. A motorbike, travelling on the ...

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Relative Velocity Problems. Problem (1): A person walks across a raft at a speed of 0.5\,\rm m/s 0.5m/s while his raft is traveling down the river at a speed of 1.8\,\rm m/s 1.8m/s relative to the riverbank. Assuming that he walks perpendicular to the raft's motion relative to the river current, what is the person's velocity with respect to the ...

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Relative Motion - Riverboat problem. A river has a width d = 40 m. The water flows at a constant velocity vA = - 6 i (m/s) with respect to a frame of reference at rest O . A boat wants to cross the river from point A on one bank to point B on the other (see figure). The velocity vector of the boat with respect to the water is: v'B = 4 j (m/s).

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a) of the ship at a speed of 1.5 m/s. the ship, a passenger walks toward the back. at a speed of 5.0 m/s due south. Relative to. A cruise ship is traveling relative to the water. Sample Problem 2. It will take the passenger 18 s to walk a distance of 27 m on the ship.

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b) How fast will the blimp travel relative to the ground? (24 km/hr) 11. A plane wants to travel east. The plane has a velocity of 500 km/hr relative to the air. A wind is blowing at 50.0 km/hr [N]. Calculate a) the proper heading ([E5.7/S]) b) the magnitude of the plane's velocity relative to the ground (497 km/hr)

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Worksheet - Relative Velocity (Answers) 1.) Speed & direction 2.) 5 ft/min & 5 ft/min West 3.) Yes, your velocity can change even when your speed is constant if your direction changes. 4.) 50 mph East 5.) 45 mph ... 7.) 5 mph East 8.) 45 mph West 9.) 0 mph (the zero vector) 10.) 110 mph East . Title: Worksheet Rel Vel _Ans_ Author: frederth ...

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A river flows due West at a speed of 2.5 metres per second and has a constant width of 1 km. You want to cross the river from point A (South) to a point B (North) directly opposite with a motor boat that can manage a speed of 5 metres per second. Things to try: Drag the sliders to change the magnitude and direction of the vectors velocity.

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oPhysics. Description. This is a simulation of a boat crossing a river. Adjust the direction the boat is aimed, the boat's velocity relative to the river, and the river's velocity relative to the earth. Press the "Run" button to watch the boat's trip across the river. Questions to answer: 1) What direction should the boat be aimed to get to the ...

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Numerical Examples of Relative Velocity River Boat Problems. Example 1: A boat has a velocity of 10$\dfrac {km} {hr}$ in still water and it crosses a river of width 2 km. If the boat crosses the river along the shortest path possible in 30 minutes, calculate the velocity of the river water. Solution:

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The velocity of the plane = V a = 100 km/hr. The relative velocity of the plane with respect to the ground can be given as. The angle between the velocity of the wind and that of the plane is 90°. Using the Pythagorean theorem, the resultant velocity can be calculated as, R 2 = (100 km/hr) 2 + (25 km/hr) 2. R 2 = 10 000 km 2 /hr 2 + 625 km 2 ...

Unformatted text preview: Vectors and Projectiles Name: \ m l Relative Velocity and Riverboat Problems Read from Lesson 1 of the Vectors and Motion in Two-Dimensions chapter at The Physics Classroom: MOP Connection: Vectors and Projectiles: sublevel 6 (and maybe sublevel 5) 1. Planes ﬂy in a medium of moving air (winds), providing an example of relative motion.

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If the PDF does not show in the window above, then you can access it directly here: Relative Velocity and Riverboat Problems (PDF) The Curriculum Corner contains a complete ready-to-use curriculum for the high school physics classroom. This collection of pages comprise worksheets in PDF format that developmentally target key concepts and ...

a. Determine the resultant velocity of the riverboat (velocity with respect to the shore). b. If the river is 71.0 m wide, then determine the time required for the boat to cross the river. X so c. Determine the distance that the boat will travel downstream. = Suppose that the boat attempts t 1 same task of crossing the river (5.1 m/ s with ...

The riverboat is moving at 5.1 m/s with respect to the water. The water moves north with respect to the shore at a speed of 3.6 m/s. a. Determine the resultant velocity of the riverboat (velocity with respect to the shore). b. If the river is 71.0 m wide, then determine the time required for the boat to cross the river.

Problem # 1. A motorcycle traveling on the highway at a speed of 120 km/h passes a car traveling at a speed of 90 km/h. From the point of view of a passenger on the car, what is the velocity of the motorcycle? Answer: 30 km/h. Problem # 2. A ball is kicked off the back of a pickup truck traveling at 50 km/h.

RIVERBOAT PROBLEMS: Draw vector diagrams for each question. When you find the resultant you must include a direction (angle) for the resultant. A plane can travel with a speed of 80 mi/hr with respect to the air. Determine the resultant velocity of the plane (magnitude only) if it encounters a. 10 mi/hr headwind.(70mph) 10 mi/hr tailwind.(90mph)

Before proceeding to the next step, lets determine "the velocity of the water relative to the freighter", V. wf. The following is a unique feature of case 2 relative velocity problems. That is V. wf. = - Vfw. This means the size of both velocities are the same, but the directions of each are perfectly opposing.

a. Determine the resultant velocity of the riverboat (velocity with respect to the shore). b. If the river is 71.0 m wide, then determine the time required for the boat to cross the river. c. Determine the distance that the boat will travel downstream. 5. Suppose that the boat attempts this same task of crossing the river (5.1 m/s with respect ...

Chapter 3, Part 1 Quiz. Name. Chapter 2 Relative Velocity Calculations Worksheet. On occasion objects move within a medium that is moving with respect to an observer. For example, an airplane usually encounters a wind - air that is moving with respect to an observer on the ground below. As another example, a motorboat in a river is moving ...

Relative Motion Worksheet 1. A passenger at the rear of a train traveling at 15 m/s relative to Earth throws a baseball with a ... the water and the river's velocity is 3.0 m/s to the east, what will the boat's velocity relative to Earth be? (Hint: Remember to include the direction in describing the velocity.) 4. A girl at an airport rolls ...

9. A boat heading north crosses a wide river with a velocity of 13.5 km/hr relative to the water. The river has a uniform velocity of 2.5 km/hr due east. Determine the boat's velocity with respect to an observer on shore. 10. A plane heading due east with a velocity of 250 km/hr encounters a strong wind heading North West with a velocity of 35 ...

Relative Velocity Practice Problems ame ate 1. A school bus moves at 15 m/s relative to an outside observer. If a student walks toward the front of the bus at 3 m/s relative to the bus, how fast is the student moving relative to the observer? 2. If the same student turns around and walks to the back of the bus at 3 m/s, what is the relative ...

The speed in still water, , is the magnitude of the velocity of the swimmer relative to the river. When the swimmer is swimming upstream: 3 m s , m s ., R SR SR S R v v i v vi v v v 1 11 1 ... Exercise 4A - general problems involving relative velocity 1) A bicycle is travelling on a straight road at 2 m s-1. A motorbike, travelling on the ...

Relative Velocity Problems. Problem (1): A person walks across a raft at a speed of 0.5\,\rm m/s 0.5m/s while his raft is traveling down the river at a speed of 1.8\,\rm m/s 1.8m/s relative to the riverbank. Assuming that he walks perpendicular to the raft's motion relative to the river current, what is the person's velocity with respect to the ...

Relative Motion - Riverboat problem. A river has a width d = 40 m. The water flows at a constant velocity vA = - 6 i (m/s) with respect to a frame of reference at rest O . A boat wants to cross the river from point A on one bank to point B on the other (see figure). The velocity vector of the boat with respect to the water is: v'B = 4 j (m/s).

a) of the ship at a speed of 1.5 m/s. the ship, a passenger walks toward the back. at a speed of 5.0 m/s due south. Relative to. A cruise ship is traveling relative to the water. Sample Problem 2. It will take the passenger 18 s to walk a distance of 27 m on the ship.

b) How fast will the blimp travel relative to the ground? (24 km/hr) 11. A plane wants to travel east. The plane has a velocity of 500 km/hr relative to the air. A wind is blowing at 50.0 km/hr [N]. Calculate a) the proper heading ([E5.7/S]) b) the magnitude of the plane's velocity relative to the ground (497 km/hr)

Worksheet - Relative Velocity (Answers) 1.) Speed & direction 2.) 5 ft/min & 5 ft/min West 3.) Yes, your velocity can change even when your speed is constant if your direction changes. 4.) 50 mph East 5.) 45 mph ... 7.) 5 mph East 8.) 45 mph West 9.) 0 mph (the zero vector) 10.) 110 mph East . Title: Worksheet Rel Vel _Ans_ Author: frederth ...

A river flows due West at a speed of 2.5 metres per second and has a constant width of 1 km. You want to cross the river from point A (South) to a point B (North) directly opposite with a motor boat that can manage a speed of 5 metres per second. Things to try: Drag the sliders to change the magnitude and direction of the vectors velocity.

oPhysics. Description. This is a simulation of a boat crossing a river. Adjust the direction the boat is aimed, the boat's velocity relative to the river, and the river's velocity relative to the earth. Press the "Run" button to watch the boat's trip across the river. Questions to answer: 1) What direction should the boat be aimed to get to the ...

Numerical Examples of Relative Velocity River Boat Problems. Example 1: A boat has a velocity of 10$\dfrac {km} {hr}$ in still water and it crosses a river of width 2 km. If the boat crosses the river along the shortest path possible in 30 minutes, calculate the velocity of the river water. Solution:

The velocity of the plane = V a = 100 km/hr. The relative velocity of the plane with respect to the ground can be given as. The angle between the velocity of the wind and that of the plane is 90°. Using the Pythagorean theorem, the resultant velocity can be calculated as, R 2 = (100 km/hr) 2 + (25 km/hr) 2. R 2 = 10 000 km 2 /hr 2 + 625 km 2 ...

Unformatted text preview: Vectors and Projectiles Name: \ m l Relative Velocity and Riverboat Problems Read from Lesson 1 of the Vectors and Motion in Two-Dimensions chapter at The Physics Classroom: MOP Connection: Vectors and Projectiles: sublevel 6 (and maybe sublevel 5) 1. Planes ﬂy in a medium of moving air (winds), providing an example of relative motion.