Posted by **Amy** on Sunday, July 14, 2013 at 9:51pm.

A 0.0200 kg bullet moving horizontally at 500 m/s embeds itself into an initially stationary 0.500 kg block.

(a) What is their velocity just after the collision?

(b) The bullet-embedded block slides 8.0 m on a horizontal surface with a 0.30 kinetic coefficient of friction. Now what is its velocity?

(c) The bullet-embedded block now strikes and sticks to a stationary 2.00 kg block. How far does this combination travel before stopping?

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