Friday

October 21, 2016
Number of results: 53,807

**physics**

A puck of mass m = 1.5 kg slides in a circle of radius r = 20 cm on a frictionless table while attached to a hanging cylinder of mass M = 2.5 kg by a cord through a hole in the table. What is the speed of mass m that keeps the cylinder at rest?

*November 5, 2009 by shosho*

**Physics**

A 1500 kg car moving east at 15 m/s collides with a 1730 kg car moving south at 15 m/s and the two cars stick together. What is the velocity of the cars right after the collision? How much kinetic energy was converted to another form during the collision?

*October 25, 2007 by Dante*

**Physics (5)**

A 2.0-kg object moving 5.0 m/s collides with and sticks to an 8.0-kg object initially at rest. Determine the kinetic energy lost by the system as a result of this collision.

*October 29, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics **

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 212 g golf club is trav-eling at 29.8 m/s just before it strikes a 45.9 g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 21.8 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball ...

*February 19, 2013 by Kelley *

**calculus**

At noon, you and I start at the same place, and then you head east at a speed of 5 kilometers per hour, and I head north at a speed of 4 kilometers per hour. After two hours, how fast are we moving apart, in kilometers per hour?

*February 23, 2013 by lisa*

**Physics**

What minimum speed does a 170 g. puck need to make it to the top of a 6.0 m. long, 27 frictionless ramp?

*October 31, 2011 by Sandrine Parent*

**College Physics**

What minimum speed does a 95.9 g puck need to make it to the top of a 2.7-m-long, 15° frictionless ramp?

*September 27, 2012 by Jarad Plair*

**Physics**

A 0.100 kg croquet ball makes an elastic head-on collision with a second ball initially at rest. The second ball moves off with half the original speed of the first ball. (a).what is the mass of the second ball? (b).What fraction of the original kinetic energy (ΔKE/KE) ...

*January 2, 2011 by John *

**physics**

A 0.280 kg croquet ball makes an elastic head-on collision with a second ball initially at rest. The second ball moves off with half the original speed of the first ball. (a) What is the mass of the second ball? (b) What fraction of the original kinetic energy (ΔKE/KE) ...

*April 19, 2016 by GG*

**physics**

A neutron with a mass of 1.67x10^-27 kg traveling east with a kinetic energy of 2.00x10^-21J collides perfectly elastically with helium nucleus with a mass 6.68x10^-27 kg that is initially at rest. After the collision, the neutron has a kinetic energy 1.80x10^-21J. What angle ...

*November 9, 2014 by Johnny*

**Physics**

A neutron with a mass of 1.67x10^-27 kg traveling east with a kinetic energy of 2.00x10^-21J collides perfectly elastically with helium nucleus with a mass 6.68x10^-27 kg that is initially at rest. After the collision, the neutron has a kinetic energy 1.80x10^-21J. What angle ...

*November 12, 2014 by Johnny*

**Physics**

A neutron with a mass of 1.67x10^-27 kg traveling east with a kinetic energy of 2.00x10^-21J collides perfectly elastically with helium nucleus with a mass 6.68x10^-27 kg that is initially at rest. After the collision, the neutron has a kinetic energy 1.80x10^-21J. What angle ...

*November 12, 2014 by Johnny*

**physics**

A bullet of mass 12.4 g is fired into an initially stationary block and comes to rest in the block. The block, of mass 1.02 kg, is subject to no horizontal external forces during the collision with the bullet. After the collision, the block is observed to move at a speed of 4....

*March 29, 2012 by Sarah*

**physics**

A bullet of mass 11.2 g is fired into an initially stationary block and comes to rest in the block. The block, of mass 1.01 kg, is subject to no horizontal external forces during the collision with the bullet. After the collision, the block is observed to move at a speed of 4....

*April 30, 2012 by Anonymous*

**physics**

a moving object collides with an object initially at rest. is it possible for both objects to be at rest after the collision? can one of them be at rest after the collision? is it possible to have a collision in which all kinetic energy is lost? explain each answer and if yes ...

*October 30, 2006 by kat*

**Physics**

At an intersection a car of mass 900kg traveling east collides with a pick up truck of mass 1800kg that is traveling North. Two vehicles stick together as a result of the collision, and after collision, the wreckage is sliding at 16m/sec in the direction 24 degrees East of ...

*March 31, 2015 by anne*

**Physics**

An air-track cart of mass 0.10 is moving with a speed 1.2 to the right when it collides with a cart of mass 0.24 that is at rest. Each cart has a wad of putty on its bumper, and hence they stick together as a result of their collision. Suppose the average contact force between...

*March 2, 2013 by Madison*

**Physics help **

I'm preparing for a test. Can anyone check my answer for all these questions? These are my questions: 1. A stationary curling stone is struck in a glancing collision by a second curling stone of equal mass. If the first stone moves away at a velocity of 0.92 m/s [N71oW] and ...

*January 28, 2016 by I NEED DAMON'S HELP*

**Physics**

A ball of mass m(1) = 0.250 kg and initial v(1) = 5.00 m/s collides head-on with a ball of mass m(2) = 0.800 kg that is initially at rest. What are the velocities of the balls after the collision if they stick together?

*January 11, 2013 by Jackie*

**physics**

A 3.0-kg object moving 8.0 m/s in the positive x direction has a one-dimensional elastic collision with an object (mass = M) initially at rest. After the collision the object of unknown mass has a velocity of 6.0 m/s in the positive x direction. What is M?

*March 18, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 197 g golf club is traveling at 36.8 m/s just before it strikes a 45.9 g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 25.9 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball ...

*February 26, 2013 by josh*

**Physics**

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 197 g golf club is traveling at 36.8 m/s just before it strikes a 45.9 g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 25.9 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball ...

*February 26, 2013 by dallas*

**Physics**

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 197 g golf club is traveling at 36.8 m/s just before it strikes a 45.9 g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 25.9 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball ...

*March 5, 2013 by colby*

**physics**

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 192 g golf club is traveling at 44.4 m/s just before it strikes a 45.9 g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 28.7 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball ...

*December 19, 2015 by luma*

**Physics/Force**

building a device to shoote a plastic hockey puck with a lever (think pinball) attached to a bungie cord. How much force is needed to propel a plasic hockey puck 30 feet or 40 feet or 50 feet - what formula should I use? Can I calculate the force by how much the bungie cord ...

*October 28, 2010 by Eileen*

**Physics**

A 1500-kg car moving north at 27.0 m/s is struck by a 2165-kg car moving east at 13.0 m/s. The cars are stuck together. How fast and in what direction do they move immediately after the collision? 1. Degree north of east? 2. M/S?

*February 3, 2014 by Sean*

**Physics**

Two balls of equal mass (400g each) undergo a collision. One ball is initially stationary. After the collision, the velocities of the balls make angles of 22.5 degrees and 35.9 degrees relative to the original direction of the motion of the moving ball. If the initial velocity...

*March 22, 2015 by Zobia*

**physics**

A 7.5 kg object moving at 7.3 m/s collides inelastically with a 4.0 kg object which is initially at rest. What percentage of the initial kinetic energy of the system is lost during the collision?

*November 1, 2011 by Nae*

**physic**

1) A 2 . 3 kg object moving at 7.3 m/s collides inelastically with a 4.0 kg object which is initially at rest. What percentage of the initial kinetic energy of the system is lost during the collision?

*December 5, 2012 by quaviz*

**physics**

Ball 1, with a mass of 180 g and traveling at 18 m/s, collides head on with ball 2, which has a mass of 370 g and is initially at rest (a) What are the final velocities of each ball if the collision is perfectly elastic? (b) What are the final velocities of each ball if the ...

*October 26, 2010 by Lucy*

**physics**

A block of mass 4.253 kg is released on the track at a height 5.52 m above the level surface. It slides down the track and makes a head-on elastic collision with a block of mass 17.012 kg, initially at rest. The acceleration of gravity is 9.8 m/s2 . Calculate the height to ...

*October 27, 2010 by paul*

**physics**

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 208 g golf club is trav- eling at 27.9 m/s just before it strikes a 45.9 g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 20.1 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball ...

*June 24, 2013 by redwolf*

**physics**

A 48.0 kg child is stationary in the middle of an ice rink (no friction). A 0.750 kg football is thrown with a velocity of 21.2 m/s moving eastward. The child catches the ball and together they slide off in the eastward direction with a velocity of 0.326 m/s. Take east to be ...

*July 16, 2013 by ODU*

**physics**

What minimum speed does a 150g puck need to make it to the top of a 3.6m -long, 23 degree frictionless ramp?

*October 12, 2009 by Dan*

**physics**

what minimum speed does a 100g puck need to make it to the top of a 3m long 20degree frictionless ramp?

*November 22, 2009 by jamieson*

**physics**

What minimum speed does a 150 g puck need to make it to the top of a 5.90 m-long, 21.0 degree frictionless ramp?

*October 26, 2010 by Keechy*

**Physics**

What minimum speed does a 100 g puck need to make it to the top of a 5.9 m-long, 29 degree frictionless ramp?

*March 6, 2012 by Amber*

**physics 100**

What minimum speed does a 160 puck need to make it to the top of a 5.4 -long, 24 frictionless ramp?

*November 14, 2012 by rob*

**physics**

A 2.7-kg block is moving to the right at 1.0 m/s just before it strikes and sticks to a 2.2-kg block initially at rest. What is the total momentum of the two blocks after the collision?

*March 2, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics **

a 0.300kg glider is moving to the right on a frictionless, horizontal air track with a speed of 0.80 m/s when it makes a head on collision with a stationary 0.150kg glider. (a) Find the magnitude and direction of the final velocity of each glider in the collision is elastic. (...

*January 22, 2016 by chyenne*

**Physics**

Two disks are on a frictionless plane as shown. The first disk, with mass M is initially at rest. The second disk with mass 2M has an initial velocity of 6 m/s in the y direction before colliding with the first disk. After the collision, the disk with mass 2M is deflected 15...

*October 23, 2009 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A 0.280 kg croquet ball makes an elastic head-on collision with a second ball initially at rest. The second ball moves off with half the original speed of the first ball. (a) What is the mass of the second ball? (b) What fraction of the original kinetic energy (ΔKE/KE) ...

*November 11, 2009 by Ashley*

**Physics**

A particle of mass m moving at 5 m/s in the positive x direction makes a glancing elastic collision with a particle of mass 2m that is at rest before the collision. After the collision, m moves off at an angle of 45 degrees to the x axis and 2m moves off at 60 degrees to the x...

*April 6, 2010 by Lauren*

**physics**

which one best describes appr. uniform velocity? 1. a hockey puck sldng across the ice 2. a baseball pitched toward a batter 3. the tip of the minute hand on a clock 4. an olympic sprinter running the 100m

*August 17, 2012 by mary*

**Physics please help!!**

High speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a 188 g golf club is traveling at 52.5 m/s just before it strikes a 45.5g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 44.0 m/s. Find the speed of the golf ball just ...

*February 14, 2011 by Megan*

**Physics **

High-speed stroboscopic photographs show that the head of a golf club of mass 231g is traveling at 59.0m/s just before it strikes a 47.1g golf ball at rest on a tee. After the collision, the club head travels (in the same direction) at 44.3m/s. Calculate the speed of the golf ...

*October 13, 2014 by zhang135*

**physics 101**

What minimum speed does a 150g puck need to make it to the top of a 4.5m -long, 21degree frictionless ramp?

*September 21, 2010 by Robert*

**physics**

The Weistin Stamford Hotel in Detroit is 228 m tall. Suppose a piece of ice which initially has a temperature of o degrees celcius falls from the hotel roof and crashes to the ground. Assuming that 50% of the ices mechanical energy during the fall and collision is absorbed by ...

*May 17, 2009 by bob*

**Physics**

3. A low friction cart (similar to what you use in the lab) collides with a second low friction cart. Cart A has a mass of 0.500 kg and cart B has a mass of 0.750 kg. Glider A was moving at 40.0 cm/s before the collision. Glider B was at rest. (a) The carts have velcro on them...

*November 23, 2015 by Daniel*

**Physics**

A hockey puck sliding on a frozen lake comes to rest after traveling 160 m. If its initial velocity is 2.3 m/s, what is its acceleration (assumed constant)? Answer in units of m/s2.

*September 13, 2010 by STOW*

**physics**

A hockey puck sliding on a frozen lake comes to rest after traveling 265 m. If its initial velocity is 4.2 m/s, what is its acceleration (assumed constant)? Answer in units of m/s2.

*October 24, 2010 by Lauren*

**science**

A hockey puck sliding on a frozen lake comes to rest after traveling 272 m. If its initial velocity is 3 m/s, what is its acceleration (assumed constant)? Answer in units of m/s2

*October 29, 2013 by bob*

**physics **

Bailey is on the tenth frame of her recent bowling competition and she needs to pick up the last pin for a spare and the first place trophy. She rolls the 7.05-kg ball down the lane and it hits the 1.53-kg pin head on. the ball was moving at 8.24 m/s before the collision. The ...

*January 18, 2016 by bryce *

**physics**

A hockey player is standing on his skates on a frozen pond when an opposing player, moving with a uniform speed of 12 m/s, skates by with the puck. After 2.0 s, the first player makes up his mind to chase his opponent. If he accelerates uniformly at 4.0 m/s2, determine each of...

*September 15, 2011 by ashley*

**PHYSICS**

Blocks A (mass 2.50 kg) and B (mass 10.00 kg) move on a frictionless, horizontal surface. Initially, block B is at rest and block A is moving toward it at 5.00 m/s. The blocks are equipped with ideal spring bumpers. The collision is head-on, so all motion before and after the ...

*March 30, 2012 by char*

**physic**

A 0.500 kg sphere moving with a velocity (2.00 - 3.10 + 1.00) m/s strikes another sphere of mass 1.50 kg moving with a velocity (-1.00 + 2.00 - 3.30) m/s. (a) If the velocity of the 0.500 kg sphere after the collision is (-0.90 + 3.00 - 8.00) m/s, find the velocity of the 1.50...

*November 27, 2011 by carlton*

**Kinetic energy**

steel ball of mass 0.310 kg is fastened to a cord that is 86.0 cm long and fixed at the far end. The ball is then released when the cord is horizontal, as shown in the figure. At the bottom of its path, the ball strikes a 3.10 kg steel block initially at rest on a ...

*April 26, 2015 by Anonymous*

**Science**

If a ball A moves at X speed eastwards collideds with a stationary ball B. Ball A now moves at Y speed north east (40 degrees upwards from eastward direction) and ball B moves at W speed south east (50 degrees downwards from eastward direction). To calculate their kinetic ...

*May 2, 2016 by Loli*

**Science**

If a ball A moves at X speed eastwards collideds with a stationary ball B. Ball A now moves at Y speed north east (40 degrees upwards from eastward direction) and ball B moves at W speed south east (50 degrees downwards from eastward direction). To calculate their kinetic ...

*May 3, 2016 by Loli*

**Physics**

A low friction cart of mass m, traveling at speed v, collides (perfectly) elastically with a cart of triple the mass, initially at rest. What is the result of this collision? (What are the final, after-collision velocities?) Do NOT use the derived equations from the textbook. ...

*August 10, 2012 by Chad*

**Physics**

A 6.00 kg ball (ball 1), moving to the right at a velocity of +1.00 m/s on a frictionless table, collides head-on with a stationary 7.50 kg ball (ball 2). Find the final velocities of the balls if the collision is as specified below. (a) elastic collision ball 1 m/s ball 2 m/s...

*November 2, 2008 by Brandon*

**college physics**

A truck of mass 9M is moving at a speed v = 15 km/h when it collides head on with a parked car of mass M. Spring mounted bumpers ensure that the collision is essentially elastic. Find the final velocities of each vehicle. Repeat for the case of the car moving at speed v= 15 km...

*May 14, 2010 by Adam*

**physics please help**

A 5.00 kg ball (ball 1), moving to the right at a velocity of +4.00 m/s on a frictionless table, collides head-on with a stationary 7.60 kg ball (ball 2). Find the final velocities of the balls if the collision is as specified below. (a) elastic collision ball 1 ball 2 (b) ...

*November 2, 2010 by jason*

**Physics**

A 1000 kg car is moving at a constant speed of 7 m/s when it hits the back bumper of another car with 1200 kg of mass moving in the same direction at a constant speed of 6 m/s. As a result of the collision both bumpers get coupled. Show all work and calculations. 1. What is ...

*January 6, 2012 by Will*

**Science**

A car is moving at a constant velocity when it is involved in a collision.the car comes to rest after 0.45sec with an average acceleration of 65,0 m/s2 in the direction opposite that of the car's velocity. What was the speed ,in km/h, of the car before the collision?

*March 8, 2013 by Gift*

**physics**

Ball A with a mass of 0.500 kg is moving east at a velocity of 0.800 m/s. It strikes ball B, also of mass 0.500 kg, which is stationary. Ball A glances off B at an angle of 40.0° north of its original path. Ball B is pushed along a path perpendicular to the final path of ball ...

*July 23, 2016 by Matt*

**Physical Science**

Two 125 kg bumper cars are moving toward each other in opposite directions. Car X is moving at 10 m/s and Car Z at –12 m/s when they collide head–on. If the resulting velocity of Car Z after the collision is 10 m/s, what is the velocity of Car X after the collision?

*February 14, 2011 by Helen*

**physics**

a mass m1 moves along the x-axis with velocity of magnitude v0 on a frictionless table. it strikes another mass m2 which is initially at rest. the mass m1 goes off along the the y-axis. if half the original kinetic energy is lost in the collision, with what speed and at what ...

*November 30, 2010 by shamrakh*

**Physics**

Which of the following involves a non-zero net force? I. A hockey-puck sliding at a constant speed on ice. II. The earth revolving around the sun at a constant speed. III. An object falling near the surface of the earth. A) I only B) III only C) Both I and II D) Both II and ...

*October 13, 2011 by Astrogirl*

**Physics**

A 55 kg ice skater, initially at rest on a flat skating rink, requires a 198 N horizontal force to be set in motion. However, after the skater is in motion, a horizontal force of 175 N keeps her moving at a constant velocity. Find the coefficients of static and kinetic ...

*December 5, 2006 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A 1.0 kg red superball moving at 5.0 m/s collides head-on with stationary blue superball of mass 4.0 kg in an elastic collision. What are the final velocities of the two superballs after the collision?

*November 20, 2009 by anonymous*

**Physics**

A rock (m = 1.5 kg) moving at 4.2 m/s north collides with a ball (m = 0.061 kg) that is initially at rest. What is the velocity of the rock after the collision if the velocity of the ball after the collision was 8.4 m/s north?

*January 15, 2012 by Zach*

**physics**

a 4.0-kg cart rolling east on a level, frictionless track at 14 m/s collides with a stationary 3.0-kg cart. After the collision, the 4.0-kg cart is still rolling east, now at a speed of 2.0 m/s. Was this collision elastic or inelastic?

*December 1, 2012 by anonymous*

**physics**

A glider with a mass of 3 kg is moving rightward at a speed of 2 m/s on a frictionless horizontal air track. It collides with a stationary glider whose mass is 18 kg. If the collision is elastic, what is the speed of the gliders after the collision? Use SI units in your answer...

*March 12, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Billiard ball A of mass m_A = 0.130 kg moving with speed v_A = 2.50 m/s strikes ball B, initially at rest, of mass m_B = 0.145 kg. As a result of the collision, ball A is deflected off at an angle of 31.0 degree, with a speed v_A1 = 2.05 m/s. Write down the equation expressing...

*April 24, 2012 by Caylee*

**Physics**

A railroad car with a mass of 12400 kg collides and couples with a second car of mass 18700 kg that is initially at rest. The first car is moving with a speed of 7.7 m/s prior to the collision. (a) What is the initial momentum of the first car? (b) If external forces can be ...

*July 7, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A jet airliner moving initially at 300 mi/h due east enters a region where the wind is blowing at 100 mi/h in a direction 26.0° north of east. What is the new velocity of the aircraft relative to the ground? in m/h at degrees North of east.

*June 2, 2008 by Elisa*

**General Physics**

A 0.500 kg sphere moving with a velocity (2.00i - 3.50j + 1.00k) m/s strikes another sphere of mass 1.50 kg moving with a velocity (-1.00i + 2.00j - 2.80k) m/s. (a) If the velocity of the 0.500 kg sphere after the collision is (-1.00i + 3.00j - 8.00k) m/s, find the velocity of...

*December 1, 2011 by LadyJ*

**physics**

Two cars approach an ice-covered intersection. One car, of mass 1.22 103 kg, is initially traveling north at 10.6 m/s. The other car, of mass 1.69 103 kg, is initially traveling east at 10.6 m/s. The cars reach the intersection at the same instant, collide, and move off ...

*November 29, 2012 by Anthony*

**Physics **

Object A is moving due east, while object B is moving due north. They collide and stick together in a completely inelastic collision. Momentum is conserved. Object A has a mass of mA = 17.0 kg and an initial velocity of VoA = 8.15 m/s, due east. Object B, however, has a mass ...

*March 5, 2015 by Jennifer*

**physics**

001 (part 1 of 2) 10.0 points An 86 kg fullback moving east with a speed of 5.5 m/s is tackled by a 97 kg opponent running west at 3.6 m/s, and the collision is perfectly inelastic. a) What is the velocity of the players immediately after the tackle? Answer in units of m/s. ...

*January 5, 2010 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two blocks of masses m1 = 2kg. and m2 = 4kg. are each released from rest at a height of h = 5m. on a frictionless track, and undergo an elastic head-on collision. a)Determine the velocity of each block just before the collision. b) Determine the velocity of each block ...

*April 20, 2013 by Annette*

**Physical Science-Can someone check my answers?**

1) The kinetic energy of an object depends on which of the following? A. the object’s mass and direction B. the object’s speed and mass---------- C. the object’s work and direction D. the object’s speed and work 2) In the following situations, which one does not have kinetic ...

*February 18, 2014 by dark1*

**physics**

Ball 1, with a mass of 100g and traveling at 12 m/s , collides head on with ball 2, which has a mass of 340g and is initially at rest. What are the final velocities of each ball if the collision is perfectly elastic? What are the final velocities of each ball if the collision ...

*October 18, 2009 by Dan*

**physics**

A 66.0 kg man is ice-skating due north with a velocity of 5.70 m/s when he collides with a 36.0 kg child. The man and child stay together hand have a velocity of 2.20 m/s at an angle of 33.0° north of east immediately after the collision. What was the velocity of the child ...

*November 22, 2010 by Please Help!*

**physics**

A physics student playing with an air hockey table (a frictionless surface) finds that if she gives the puck a velocity of 5.30 m/s along the length (2.80 m) of the table at one end, by the time it has reached the other end the puck has drifted 5.19 cm to the right but still ...

*March 4, 2012 by Nick*

**Physics (Elastic Collision)**

A 0.400 kg croquet ball makes an elastic head-on collision with a second ball initially at rest. The second ball moves off with half the original speed of the first ball. (a) What is the mass of the second ball? (b) What fraction of the original kinetic energy (KE/KE) gets ...

*October 29, 2006 by Haley*

**AP Physics **

Hi! Thank you very much-- I know this is a 2dimensional inelastic collision but i'm not sure how to solve-- "The mass of a blue block is 20% greater than the mass of the green block. Before colliding, the blocks approach each ther with momenta of equal magnitudes and opposite ...

*November 21, 2010 by APpreciative student*

**Physics**

A 79.0-kg fullback running east with a speed of 4.00 m/s is tackled by a 93.0-kg opponent running north with a speed of 3.00 m/s. (a) Why does the tackle constitute a perfectly inelastic collision? (b) Calculate the velocity of the players immediately after the tackle. ...

*October 4, 2011 by Allie*

**Physics**

A hockey player's arm and stick form a 1.6 m rigid segment. If the angular speed of the player's arm/stick is 1.2 rad/s, determine the resultant velocity of a motionless puck that is hit struck on if: a) the hockey player is stationary during the swing b) the hockey player is ...

*November 7, 2013 by Tori*

**physics**

A car of mass 1400kg moving south at 11m/s collides into another car of mass 1800kg moving east at 30m/s.The cars are stock together after the collision.Determine the velocity of the cars immediately after the collision.

*March 16, 2016 by Pihu*

**phy**

A car of mass 1400kg moving south at 11m/s collides into another car of mass 1800kg moving east at 30m/s.The cars are stock together after the collision.Determine the velocity of the cars immediately after the collision.

*March 25, 2016 by pawan mandal *

**physics**

A 10 kg cart was observed moving north with a speed of 15 m/s before it collided with an identical cart at rest. The collision was observed to cause the carts to couple and move together as one. What is in Joules the kinetic energy of the system of both carts after the collision?

*September 20, 2011 by Elisabeth*

**physics**

A 1 kg mass moving to the right at a speed of 10m/s collides head-on in a perfectly inelastic collision with a stationary 2kg mass. How much KE is lost during the collision? First I found V_f to be 3.3m/s then I found KE_i=1/2m_1v_1i^2 +1/2 m2V_2i^2 =1/2(1)(10)^2 +1/2(2)(0)^2...

*October 24, 2007 by Tammy*

**Physics**

Object A is moving due east, while object B is moving due north. They collide and stick together in a completely inelastic collision. Momentum is conserved. Object A has a mass of mA = 17.9 kg and an initial velocity of = 8.82 m/s, due east. Object B, however, has a mass of mB...

*November 4, 2012 by Tim*

**physics**

Object A is moving due east, while object B is moving due north. They collide and stick together in a completely inelastic collision. Momentum is conserved. Object A has a mass of mA = 17.5 kg and an initial velocity of = 8.50 m/s, due east. Object B, however, has a mass of mB...

*October 10, 2013 by Ray*

**physics**

A 49-g bullet traveling at 290m/s penetrates a block of ice at 0∘C and comes to rest within the ice.Assuming that the temperature of the bullet doesn't change appreciably, how much ice is melted as a result of the collision? The heat of fusion of water is 333 kJ/kg.

*June 4, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Use principles of force and kinematics to answer these: a. A 40 kg skater pushes on the 60 kg skater (initially at rest). As they collide, the 40 kg skater pushes on the 60 kg skater, applying a force 100 Newtons for 1.2 seconds. Find the velocity at which each of them ends up...

*November 1, 2010 by jen*

**physics**

Use principles of force and kinematics to answer these: a. A 40 kg skater pushes on the 60 kg skater (initially at rest). As they collide, the 40 kg skater pushes on the 60 kg skater, applying a force 100 Newtons for 1.2 seconds. Find the velocity at which each of them ends up...

*November 1, 2010 by jen*

**physics**

A block of ice at 0°C whose mass initially is m = 48.4 kg slides along a horizontal surface, starting at a speed vo = 4.91 m/s and finally coming to rest after traveling a distance d = 12.28 m. Compute the mass of ice melted as a result of the friction between the block and ...

*April 15, 2012 by anonymous *