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December 22, 2014

Search: Two particles of mass m1 = 1.4 kg and m2 = 2.8 kg are traveling with velocities v1 = 4.6, and v2 = 2.5 as shown in the figure below. What is the total momentum of this system? Be sure to give the magnitude and direction of the momentum

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physics
Two particles of mass m1 = 1.0 kg and m2 = 2.6 kg are traveling with velocities v1 = 4.9, and v2 = 2.5 as shown in the figure below. What is the total momentum of this system? Be sure to give the magnitude and direction of the momentum. magnitude 1 kg m/s direction 2 above ...
November 9, 2010 by cody

physics
Two particles of mass m1 = 1.0 kg and m2 = 2.6 kg are traveling with velocities v1 = 4.9, and v2 = 2.5 as shown in the figure below. What is the total momentum of this system? Be sure to give the magnitude and direction of the momentum. magnitude 1 kg m/s direction 2 above...
November 10, 2010 by cody

Physics
Three particles have identical masses and identical inital velocities. These particles are projected one at a time into a region in which there is a uniform magnetic field B perpendicular to their velocities. If two of the particles are deflected in opposite directions and the...
April 21, 2008 by Andrea

Physics
The particles in the figure below (m1=1.6 kg and m2=3.5 kg) undergo an elastic collision in one dimension. Their velocities before the collision are v1i=12 m/s and v2i=-7.5 m/s. Find the velocities of the two particles after the collision. (Indicate the direction with the sign...
October 27, 2012 by David

physics
two charged particles are projected into a magnetic field that is perpendicular to their velocities. if the particles are deflected in opposite directions, what dose this tell you about them?
February 6, 2008 by tina

physics
A particle of mass and initial velocity strikes a stationary particle of mass . The collision is elastic. It is observed that after the collision the particles have equal and opposite velocities: Find (a) the ratio ; (b) the velocity of the CM (before and after the collision...
November 21, 2014 by Alex

science
1.which two particles are found in an atoms nucleus? 2. which two particles in an aton are equal in number? 3. what two particles account for almost all of the mass of an atom?
October 29, 2010 by yuku

Physics
Two carts of identical mass (500 kg). One is traveling south and the other is traveling east. They collide (inelastic collision) and slide 3 meters, 30 degrees south of the east. The total friction force is 10,000N. Calculate the initial velocities of each.
October 16, 2012 by Neil

physics
Two protons and two positrons form a square as shown in the figure. All the particles are initially at rest. Due to Coulomb's repulsion, the particles fly off to infinity. Determine the ratio vp/ve where vp and ve are the final velocities of the protons and positrons, ...
February 21, 2013 by raj

Physics
Two identical particles, each of mass 1400 kg, are coasting in free space along the same path. At one instant their separation is 30.0 m and each has precisely the same velocity of 820 m/s. What are their velocities when they are 4.00 m apart?
June 2, 2010 by tmigs

physics
Two particles with masses m and 3m are moving toward each other along the x axis with the same initial speeds Vi. Particle m is traveling to the left, and the particle 3m is traveling to the right. They undergo an elastic glancing collision such that particles m is moving in ...
May 20, 2012 by ace

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
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

Math
Two particles X and Y joined by a rigit rod of negligible mass, move along a smooth horizontal plane. Particle X has mass 7.7kg and is pushed by an external force Fx of magnitude 73.01N. Particle Y has mass 5.68kg and is pulled along the plane by an external force Fy of ...
September 7, 2012 by Anonymous

physics
One dimension. In Fig. 13-32, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 4.00 mA. A third particle C, of mass 80.0 mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at ...
December 6, 2011 by Dan

physics
One dimension. In Fig. 13-32, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 4.00 mA. A third particle C, of mass 80.0 mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at ...
December 6, 2011 by Dan

AP Physics C
One dimension. In the figure, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 5.00 mA. A third particle C, of mass 62.0 mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at ...
January 24, 2014 by Tabetha

physics
In the figure below, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by a distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 4.00mA. A third particle C, of mass 96.0mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at what x ...
November 17, 2010 by Alex

Physics
An experiment is designed in which a proton and an antiproton collide, producing a particle with mass 9700 MeV. What must be the incident kinetic energies and velocities of the colliding particles?
October 30, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics - momentum
Two hockey players are traveling at velocities of v1 = 15 m/s and v2 = -16 m/s when they undergo a head-on collision. After the collision, they grab each other and slide away together with a velocity of -3.8 m/s. Hockey player 1 has a mass of 121 kg. What is the mass of the ...
November 14, 2010 by J Velji

math
Suppose two blocks of ice are heading toward each other. block A has a mass of 4.24 kg and is traveling at 2.24 m/s. Block B has a mass 4.42 kg and is traveling at 2.24 in the opposite direction. After the collision they are traveling in the same speed. what is the speed they ...
November 14, 2010 by Mayte

Physics
Suppose two blocks of ice are heading toward each other. block A has a mass of 4.24 kg and is traveling at 2.24 m/s. Block B has a mass 4.42 kg and is traveling at 2.24 m/s in the opposite direction. After the collision they are traveling in the same speed. what is the speed ...
November 14, 2010 by Mayte

physics
. What is the resultant momentum of a system of two particles with these masses and velocities: 3.75 kg moving north at 5.6 m/s and 4.2 kg moving northwest at 2.3 m/s?
October 12, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
Suppose two blocks of ice are heading toward each other. block A has a mass of 4.24 kg and is traveling at 2.24 m/s. Block B has a mass 4.42 kg and is traveling at 2.24 m/s in the opposite direction. After the collision they are traveling in the same speed. what is the speed ...
November 14, 2010 by Mayte

physics
Two cars are driving toward each other on a straight and level road in Alaska. The BMW is traveling at 115 km/h north and the VW is traveling at 54.0 km/h south, both velocities measured relative to the road. At a certain instant, the distance between the cars is 11.6 km. ...
September 20, 2012 by Lisa

Physics 1
Two small particles of mass 16 kg and 27 kg are a distance 1.4 m apart. What is the gravitational force of one of these particles on the other?_____N
October 3, 2012 by John

Physics 1
This is a repost....:Two small particles of mass 16 kg and 27 kg are a distance 1.4 m apart. What is the gravitational force of one of these particles on the other?_____N
October 4, 2012 by John

Physics
Two charged particles initially are traveling in the positive x direction, each with the same speed v, and enter a non-zero magnetic field at the origin O. The magnetic field for x>0 is constant, uniform and points out of the page. In the magnetic field, their trajectories ...
June 14, 2013 by Annoyingmous

physics
Two balls are approaching each other head-on. Their velocities are +9.30 and -12.1 m/s. Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls for the following conditions. (Use the sign of your answer to indicate the direction.) (a) They have same mass. m/s (b) The ...
November 9, 2011 by Taylor

college physics
In the figure below, two point particles are fixed on an x axis separated by a distance d. Particle A has mass mA and particle B has mass 2.00mA. A third particle C, of mass 90.0mA, is to be placed on the x axis and near particles A and B. In terms of distance d, at what x ...
October 11, 2009 by Jeff

science
Two particles are moving at a speed v such that they are always at a constant distance d apart and their velocities are always equal and opposite.at what time they return to their initial positions?
June 11, 2013 by sandhiya

physics
6. Two particles are moving with a constant speed v such that these are always at a constant distance d apart and their velocities are equal and opposite. After what time do these return to their original positions
May 31, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
The nucleus of 8Be, which consists of 4 protons and 4 neutrons, is very unstable and spontaneously breaks into two alpha particles (helium nuclei, each consisting of 2 protons and 2 neutrons). (a) What is the force between the two alpha particles when they are 5.00x10^-15 m ...
March 14, 2009 by Sonam

Gen physics
Two balls are approaching each other head-on. Their velocities are +11.9 and -10.5 m/s. Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if (a) they have the same mass and (b) if the mass of one ball (v = 11.9 m/s) is twice the mass of the other ball (v = -10.5 m/...
July 22, 2013 by ODU

physics
Two balls are approaching each other head-on. Their velocities are +11.9 and -10.5 m/s. Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if (a) they have the same mass and (b) if the mass of one ball (v = 11.9 m/s) is twice the mass of the other ball (v = -10.5 m...
July 25, 2013 by tcc

Dynamics of Rigid Bodies
Two cars, A and B, are traveling along the same route. Car A is traveling at 4.5 m/s and has a mass of 1150 kg. Car B is traveling at 6.7 m/s and has a mass of 1300 kg. If car B gently bumps into car A and their bumpers lock together, what will be their common velocity then?
April 10, 2013 by Anonymous

chemistry
consider a random mixture of two particles,diamond and SiC.Assume all particles are spherical with a radius of 0.100mm. The mixture is 80.0 wt% diamond(density=3.51 g/ml) and 20.0 wt% SiC (density=3.23 g/ml) a)Calculate the mass of a single particle diamond and the number of ...
October 2, 2012 by mahtab

Physics
Ok, so this probem is kinda complicated, so ask me if you need clarification. This problem deals with Impulse and Momentum. There are two balls hanging vertically from a horizontal plane. Ball A is pulled back and is set up to strike ball B. Given for ball A - mass = 1.5 kg. ...
November 29, 2006 by Jared

Science
1) Instead of using the word "random",is it acceptable to say particles in a liquid move about in "different" directions? 2) Why does ice have a higher density than water vapour? Is it because ice has a greater mass in a fixed volume? 3) The statement "Particles in a gas are ...
January 26, 2009 by anne

physics
Two particles A and B have velocities 3^i and v^j respectively (in m/s). (a) Find rBjA; the position of B relative to A for all t given that rBjA(t = 0) = 9^i + 6^j (in metres). (b) Find the value of v such that A and B collide. (c) If v = 1 m/s, nd the time and distance when ...
December 6, 2012 by mary

Physics
A car (mass = 1150 kg) is traveling at 32 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2550 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling?
April 1, 2008 by Will

Physics
A car (mass = 1180 kg) is traveling at 36 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2380 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling?
February 22, 2011 by Lauren

Physics
A car (mass = 1070 kg) is traveling at 40 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2570 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling?
November 9, 2011 by Taylor

physics
A car (mass = 1100 kg) is traveling at 33.0 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2800 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling?
May 3, 2012 by !@#$%^&al

Physics
A car (mass = 1080 kg) is traveling at 25.4 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2750 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling?
January 2, 2013 by Tim

physics
Please Help.... A car (mass = 1170 kg) is traveling at 43 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2460 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling?
October 26, 2010 by baily

physics
A car (mass=1100kg) is traveling at 32m/s when it collides head on with a sport utility vehicle (mass=2500kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. at what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling.
March 12, 2012 by Natasha

physics
A car (mass=1100kg) is traveling at 32m/s when it collides head on with a sport utility vehicle (mass=2500kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. at what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling.
March 12, 2012 by Natasha

physics
A car (mass = 1150 kg) is traveling at 26.7 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2030 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling? Include units.
July 11, 2013 by rodney

Physics
Two balls are approaching each other head on. Their velocities are + 9.55 and -11.0 m/s (a) Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if they have the same mass. (b) Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if the mass of one ball(v=9....
March 2, 2007 by Cavin

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

pysc
an object A 2.5kg is traveling at 25meters per second collides head on with a 5kg mass b calculate the velocity of the 5kg mass if 1.the mass b is initially at rest 2.traveling opposite to mass A at 20m/s 3.traveling in the same direction as A at 12m/s
March 5, 2011 by shristi

physics
Two masses, m1= 1 kg and m2 = 2kg, collide. the first mass has a velocity of .95 m/s east, then 50 degrees NE. The second mass is stationary and then moves off 40 degrees SE. What are the velocities of the two masses after the collision?
April 11, 2010 by lisa

Physics please help
A particle of mass m1, traveling at speed v0, collides head-on with a particle of mass m2 at rest. The collision is perfectly inelastic, i.e., the particles fuse together at the collision. Calculate the fraction of the initial kinetic energy dissipated in the collision. ...
April 8, 2011 by Emilio

Physics
Dust particles are trapped on a surface. There are two energy levels particles can be in: absorbed on a surface with zero energy, and wiggling with energy E=3/2kT. However, since the surface area is limited, not all particles can be in any state. There are 1000 particles and ...
August 5, 2013 by Steven

Physics
Two balls are approaching each other head-on. Their velocities are +10.00 and -12.8 m/s. (a) Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if they have the same mass. m/s (b) Determine the velocity of the center of mass of the two balls if the mass of one ball...
November 2, 2008 by Brandon

Physics ~ A 2.0-kg ball is
A 2.0-kg ball is travelling east at 8.0 m/s when it has a perfectly elastic head-on collision with a 3.0-kg ball traveling west at 10.0 m/s. What are the final velocities of the two balls?
October 29, 2012 by Booker Perry

calculus
The position of two particles on the s-axis are s1= cos(t) and s2= cos(t+(symbol for pie)/4) a. what is the farthest apart the particles ever get? b. when do the particles collide?
January 3, 2009 by Barbara

statistics
A column packing for chromatography consists of a mixture of two types of particles. Assume that the particles in the batch being sampled are spherical with a radius of 0.5 mm. 36% of the particles appeared to be pink and are known to have a polymeric stationary phase attached...
March 28, 2010 by Simon

Physics (please help!)
1000 dust particles are trapped on a surface. There are two energy levels the particles can be in: absorbed on the surface in a zero energy state, or excited with energy E1. At a certain temperature T0, the particles are in thermal equilibrium, and 20 % of the particles are in...
August 5, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
One particle has a mass of 3.00*10-3 kg and a charge of +7.60 µC. A second particle has a mass of 6.00*10-3 kg and the same charge. The two particles are initially held in place and then released. The particles fly apart, and when the separation between them is 0.100 m, ...
February 3, 2007 by Ann

CALC 2
The position of particle P at time t is given by {x=t, y=3t-1} and the position of particle Q at time t is given by {x=4t-(t^2), y=t+1} a) Sketch both paths as well as possible. Be sure to label the paths with the particles (P and Q) traveling on each of them. b) Find the two ...
April 27, 2014 by BAE

Physics
Two objects of same material are travelling near you. Object A is a 1.9 kg mass traveling 8.3 m/s; object B is a 2 kg mass traveling 5 m/s. Which object would make you feel worse if you are hit by it?
January 22, 2011 by Sangita

physics
Two objects of same material are travelling near you. Object A is a 1.9 kg mass traveling 8 m/s; object B is a 2 kg mass traveling 5 m/s. Which object would make you feel worse if you are hit by it?
December 13, 2014 by Jackie

Physics
A 0.24-kg object traveling rightward at 3.5 m/s collides head-on and elastically with a 0.40-kg object traveling leftward at 2.1 m/s. (a) what are their velocities after collision? (b) If the objects are in contact for 0.010 s during collision, what is the magnitude of the ...
October 25, 2009 by Sandhu

chemistry
Just..... don't get it A column packing for chromatography consists of a mixture of two types of particles. Assume that the particles in the batch being sampled are spherical with a radius of 0.5 mm. 36% of the particles appeared to be pink and are known to have a polymeric ...
March 29, 2010 by Sai

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

chemistry
This is super confusing complex brain killing A column packing for chromatography consists of a mixture of two types of particles. Assume that the particles in the batch being sampled are spherical with a radius of 0.5 mm. 36% of the particles appeared to be pink and are known...
March 28, 2010 by Simon

Physics
Two identical charged particles of mass m=1.6 kg and electric charge Q=-5.2 μC are placed on an frictionless 26 incline. One of them falls down to the bottom and stops against the wall. The other stays at rest in the middle of the incline as shown in Figure. Find is the ...
June 13, 2012 by Alex

physics
Two vehicles with the same mass collide and lock together traveling 28 m/s at 37 degrees north of east after the collision. How fast was the car traveling that was heading north while the other vehicle was traveling east?
November 21, 2009 by Josh

physics
Two vehicles with the same mass collide and lock together traveling 28 m/s at 37 degrees north of east after the collision. How fast was the car traveling that was heading north while the other vehicle was traveling east?
November 23, 2009 by ronnie

AP Physics
Two particles, each of mass m and speed v, travel in opposite directions along parallel lines separated by a distance d. A)Find an expression for the magnitude L of the angular momentum of the two-particle system around a point midway between the two lines. Use m for the mass...
February 8, 2008 by Darlene

Physics
Rutherford, Geiger, and Marsden (his students) fired a beam of alpha particles at a gold foil. The alpha particles had an energy of about 3.6 million electron volts, a charge of +2e, and a mass of about four AMU (one Atomic Mass Unit is 1.66 x 10-27 kg. Gold has atomic number ...
February 10, 2013 by Youssef

physics
Two particles are in a uniform electric field whose value is +4000 N/C. The mass and charge of particle 1 are m1 = 1.0x10-5 kg and q1 = -15 C, while the corresponding values for particle 2 are m2 = 3.0 x10-5 kg and q2 = +35.0 C. Initially the particles are at rest. The ...
October 4, 2010 by Nate

physics
Two fighter jets are flying towards each other. Jet A, with a mass of 15000 Kg, is traveling to the right with a speed of 255 m/s, whereas Jet B, with a mass of 34000 kg, is traveling to the left at 145 m/s. If the collision is perfectly inelastic, determine the final velocity...
January 21, 2012 by sand

chemistry
Earth's population is about 6.5 billion. Suppose that every person on Earth participates in a process of counting identical particles at the rate of two particles per second. How many years would it take to count 6.0 x 10^23 particles? Assume that there are 365 days in a year.
November 16, 2010 by Anonymous

chemistry
Earth's population is about 6.5 billion. Suppose that every person on Earth participates in a process of counting identical particles at the rate of two particles per second. How many years would it take to count 6.0 x 10^23 particles? Assume that there are 365 days in a year.
November 16, 2010 by Anonymous

physics
Two cars approach an ice-covered intersection. One car, of mass 1.26 103 kg, is initially traveling north at 10.6 m/s. The other car, of mass 1.66 103 kg, is initially traveling east at 10.6 m/s. The cars reach the intersection at the same instant, collide, and move off ...
March 14, 2014 by Anonymous

AP Physics
Two particles, each of mass m and speed v, travel in opposite directions along parallel lines separated by a distance d. (a) Find an expression for the magnitude L of the angular momentum of the two-particle system around a point midway between the two lines. Use m for the ...
March 20, 2013 by Anonymous

science
Which of the following does NOT describe a suspension? A)particles are soluble B)particles settle out over time C)particles can block light D)particles scatter light
November 17, 2009 by Katherine

Physics
Car A with mass of 1250 kg is traveling at 30 m/s to the east. Car B is a truck with mass of 2000 kg, traveling to the west at 25 m/s. Assume these two vehicles experience an inelastic collision but do not stick together and car a goes off 10 m/s to the west. What will be the ...
January 21, 2013 by Mauro Dar

physics
Car A, with a mass of 1250 kg, is traveling at 30 m/s to the east. Car B is a truck with a mass of 2000 kg, traveling to the west at 25 m/s. Assume these two vehicles experience an inelastic collision but do not stick together, and Car A goes off 10 m/s to the west. What will ...
February 4, 2013 by william mclaren

physics
Car A with a mass of 1250 kg, is traveling at 30 m/s to the east. Car B is a truck with a mass of 2000 kg, traveling to the west at 25 m/s. assume these two vehicles experience an inelastic collision but do not stick together, and car A goes off 10 m/s to the west. what will ...
January 5, 2014 by jeremy

physics
Car A with a mass of 1250 kg, is traveling at 30 m/s to the east. Car B is a truck with a mass of 2000 kg, traveling to the west at 25 m/s. assume these two vehicles experience an inelastic collision but do not stick together, and car A goes off 10 m/s to the west. what will ...
January 5, 2014 by jeremy steadman

physics
The location of two particles at t = 0 is shown in the figure below. The particles are initially at rest. Each particle is subject to a constant force, as indicated in the figure. (Take m1 = 2.06 kg and m2 = 0.95 kg.) (a) Find the position of the center of mass at t = 0. xcm...
February 10, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
Ok, let's use the following information to very roughly estimate the size of the nucleus. Rutherford, Geiger, and Marsden (his students) fired a beam of alpha particles at a gold foil. The alpha particles had an energy of about 3.70 million electron volts, a charge of +2e, and...
January 31, 2014 by Anonymous

physics
Ok, let's use the following information to very roughly estimate the size of the nucleus. Rutherford, Geiger, and Marsden (his students) fired a beam of alpha particles at a gold foil. The alpha particles had an energy of about 3.70 million electron volts, a charge of +2e, and...
January 31, 2014 by Anonymous

Physics
Two astronauts, each having a mass of 61.9 kg, are connected by a 14.7 m rope of negligible mass. They are isolated in space, orbiting their center of mass at speeds of 5.57 m/s. Calculate the magnitude of the initial angular momentum of the system by treating the astronauts ...
March 27, 2013 by Celeste

physics
car a with mass of 1250kg, is traveling at 30 m/s to the east. car b is a truck with mass of 2000kg, traveling to the west at 25m/s. assume these two vehicles experience an inelastic collision but do not stick together and car a goes off 10m/s to the west. what will be the ...
January 18, 2013 by mauro dar

Physics
Two hockey pucks approach each other as shown in the figure below. Puck 1 has an initial speed of 22 m/s, and puck 2 has an initial speed of 14 m/s. They collide and stick together. Find the components along x and y of the initial velocities of both particles. v1xi = 19.1 m/s ...
November 14, 2010 by J Velji

physics
two perfect elastic balls of same mass m are moving with velocities u1 and u2 . they collide elastically n times. the kinetic energy of the system finally is?
April 11, 2012 by srikala

Physics - momentum
Two hockey pucks approach each other as shown in the figure below. Puck 1 has an initial speed of 22 m/s, and puck 2 has an initial speed of 14 m/s. They collide and stick together. Find the components along x and y of the initial velocities of both particles. v1xi = 19.1 m/s ...
November 16, 2010 by J Velji

Chemistry
5 orange gas particles 6 blue gas particles 3 green molecules of gas (two particles attached together) If the partial pressure of the diatomic gas is 0.390 atm, what is the total pressure?
October 14, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics (Electric charge for charged rods)
I need help with this question, please. What is the direction of the force between (a) two particles whose charges are the same sign and (b) two particles of opposite sign? (c) What happens to the magnitude of the force when the distance between two particles is increased? ...
April 21, 2013 by Kathy

physics
12. If alpha particles are caused to fall through a potential difference of 1500 volts, determine their final speed if they were initially at rest. Alpha particles are Helium nuclei composed of two protons and two neutrons.
March 13, 2011 by ike

Physics
In a location in outer space far from all other objects, a nucleus whose mass is 3.57232e-25 kg and which is initially at rest undergoes spontaneous "alpha" decay. The original nucleus disappears, and two new particles appear: a He-4 nucleus of mass 6.640678e-27 kg (an "alpha ...
October 7, 2011 by bryce tanaka

physics
Given two particles with 2.00 micro coulomb charges as shown and a particle with a charge q=1.28x16-18C at the origin. (A)What is the net force exerted by the two 2.00 micro coulomb charges on test charge q? (B)What is the electric field at the origin due to the two 2.00micro ...
September 21, 2009 by sandhu

Physics(Please check)
A car (mass = 1140 kg) is traveling at 27.3 m/s when it collides head-on with a sport utility vehicle (mass = 2380 kg) traveling in the opposite direction. In the collision, the two vehicles come to a halt. At what speed was the sport utility vehicle traveling? I did 1140(27.3...
June 3, 2012 by Hannah

physics
Two particles, each of mass 6.00 kg and speed 4.67 m/s, travel in opposite directions along parallel lines separated by a distance 4.89 m. What is the magnitude of L, the angular momentum of the two-particle system around a point midway between the two lines?
April 7, 2011 by john

physics
Two particles, each of mass 3.00 kg and speed 5.41 m/s, travel in opposite directions along parallel lines separated by a distance 3.15 m. What is the magnitude of L, the angular momentum of the two-particle system around a point midway between the two lines?
April 1, 2013 by safc

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