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Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 4, Problem 62

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## Recent questions and answers

### Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 17, Problem 55

Thank you very much @holland016, I've updated the quick answer.

### Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 17, Problem 55

your answer for b is incorrect it should be 8x10*-11

### Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 4, Problem 23

@micisner, my pleasure, and it's great there is an easy fix!

### Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 2, Problem 13

Hi swedesanddanes, I'm guessing that the confusing part is the $x_{2i}$ in $x_2 = x_{2i} + v_2 t$, correct? For most questions it's typically enough to say something like $x_2 = v_2 t$, but the reason this is usually OK is that normally you choose the initial position to be zero, in which case $x_2 = x_{2i} + v_2 t$ would be the same as $x_2 = v_2 t$ since $x_{2i} = 0$ when the initial position is zero. This question, however, is not one of your usual questions. The second train begins at an initial position of $8.5 \textrm{ m}$, in which case $x_{2i} = 8.5 \textrm{ m}$, so this initial position term is needed in the position formula.

Just to check your understanding, notice how we could have instead chosen $x_{2i} = 0$ after all, but then the initial position of train 1 would need to be $x_{1i} = -8.5 \textrm{ m}$ (assuming positive is directed toward the right).

Hope this helps,
Mr. Dychko

### Giancoli 7th Edition, Chapter 4, Problem 23

You were totally right! My calculator was in radian. Thank you so much for your help.

Best,

Micisner