132)The lights on the Big Wheel are turned on for an average of three hours per day during the 180 day operating season. How much energy, in kilowatt hours, does the Big Wheel’s light conversion save during the course of a year?a)1,000 kWhr b) 10,000 kWhr c) 20,000 kWhr d) 40,000 kWhr e) 80,000 kWhr

68)At Point H, the train is tilted sideways so that force of gravity and the normal force acting on the

68)At Point H, the train is tilted sideways so that force of gravity and the normal force acting on the rider are roughly perpendicular to each other. As a result the only force in the radial direction is the normal force (the only centripetal force). What is the approximate radius of the curve the rider is traveling through at point H? (Hint: use the acceleration graph to determine the normal force on the train at Point H.) a)12 m b) 16 m c) 22 m d) 28 m e) 32 m

72)The length that the train is pulled up the lift hill is 120 meters (in order to reach the 65.6

72)The length that the train is pulled up the lift hill is 120 meters (in order to reach the 65.6 m vertical drop height). How much force did the lift chain apply to the train to pull it up the hill? a)500 N b) 1500 N c) 7500 N d) 12,000 N e) 18,000 N

76)The train rises back up to 148 feet (45 meters) to get to the top of the next hill. According

76)The train rises back up to 148 feet (45 meters) to get to the top of the next hill. According to the conservation of energy the velocity of the train at the top of this hill should be 20 m/s, but instead it is measured to be 15 m/s. An engineer inspects the track and finds that 10 meters of a flat section have been damaged and is no longer frictionless. What is the coefficient of friction over these 10 meters of track? a)0.5 b) 0.6 c) 0.7 d) 0.8 e) 0.9

80)What is the main reason for incorporating “camel humps” into the ride?a)To slow down the train right before it returns

Physics Assignment Writing Service80)What is the main reason for incorporating “camel humps” into the ride?a)To slow down the train right before it returns to the station b)To give the rider the alternating low-g and high-g acceleration in a short time period c)To give the train enough momentum to make it back to the station d)To keep the cost of manufacturing the ride low e)It makes the ride look pretty

96)To keep you moving in a circle with the ride, something must exert a net force on you (centripetal force)

96)To keep you moving in a circle with the ride, something must exert a net force on you (centripetal force) to change your direction. This can be friction from your seat, your seatbelt, the T-Bar you hold on to, or the side of the car. If you were sitting at Position A, how much centripetal force is exerted on you? a)310 N b) 325 N c) 340 N d) 360 N e) 375 N

98)The Jolly Roger also moves up and down in a wave-like manner as it goes around in a circle. The

98)The Jolly Roger also moves up and down in a wave-like manner as it goes around in a circle. The vertical displacement of a Jolly Roger is 0.67 meters. What is the average vertical velocity as the car moves up/down? a)0.1 m/s b) 0.6 m/s c) 2.2 m/s d) 4.4 m/s e) 9.7 n/s

104)When the ride is horizontal (no tilt), the entire radial force is exerted by the wall on your back. What

104)When the ride is horizontal (no tilt), the entire radial force is exerted by the wall on your back. What would be the Acceleration Meter reading when the ride is horizontal and moving at top speed (this is calculated, not measured)? a)0.25 b) 0.50 c) 0.75 d) 1.00 e) 1.25

130)Assuming that the Buccaneer does behave like a large theoretical pendulum, how by how much does the period of its

130)Assuming that the Buccaneer does behave like a large theoretical pendulum, how by how much does the period of its swing increase by when it is fully loaded (total mass of 12,000 kg with passengers) vs. when it is empty (7000 kg)? a)0% b) 25% c) 50% d) 75% e) 100%

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