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March 4, 2015

March 4, 2015

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**physics**

A 0.60 kg rubber ball has a speed of 2.0 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 6.0 J at point B. (a) Determine the ball's kinetic energy at A. J (b) Determine the total work done on the ball as it moves from A to B. J
*January 3, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Two balls having different masses reach the same height when shot into the air from the ground. If there is no air drag, which of the following statements must be true? (More than one statement may be true.) A. Both balls left the ground with the same speed. B. Both balls left...
*February 22, 2011 by andrea*

**physics**

A roller coaster of mass 1000.0 kg passes point A with a speed of 1.80 m/s? point a= 30m point b= 0m point c= 25m point d= 12m 1. What is the total mechanical energy of the roller coaster at point A? 2. What is the speed of the roller coaster at point B? 3. What is the ...
*April 24, 2011 by aly*

**physics**

A 0.59 kg rubber ball has a speed of 1.50 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 7.0 J at point B. (a) Determine the ball's kinetic energy at A Correct: Your answer is correct. J (b) Determine the ball's speed at B
*December 3, 2014 by kelly*

**physics**

A 47.0 g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 54.0 m/s and rises to a height of 23.2 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. What is its speed when it is 9.0 m below its highest point
*October 21, 2008 by q*

**Physics**

A 47.0 g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 54.0 m/s and rises to a height of 23.8 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. J (b) What is its speed when it is 10.0 m below its highest point? m/s
*November 1, 2008 by Brandon*

**physics**

A 47.0 g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 60.0 m/s and rises to a height of 24.4 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 7.0 m below its highest point?
*October 26, 2010 by joshua*

**physics**

A 47.0 g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 60.0 m/s and rises to a height of 24.4 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 7.0 m below its highest point?
*October 26, 2010 by joshua*

**physics**

A 48.9-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 45.4 m/s and rises to a height of 29.9 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 5.62 m below its highest point?
*February 28, 2011 by shaknocka*

**physics**

A 48.9-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 45.4 m/s and rises to a height of 29.9 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 5.62 m below its highest point?
*February 28, 2011 by shaknocka*

**Physics**

A 49.9-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 48.8 m/s and rises to a height of 24.0 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 5.42 m below its highest point?
*July 20, 2011 by Kristi*

**Physics**

A 50.3-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 57.0 m/s and rises to a height of 33.2 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 7.04 m below its highest point?
*August 16, 2011 by Kristi*

**Physics**

A 49.5-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 41.9 m/s and rises to a height of 29.7 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 5.66 m below its highest point?
*September 21, 2011 by Hannah*

**physics**

A 47.8-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 53.6 m/s and rises to a height of 32.6 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 7.24 m below its highest point?
*December 10, 2012 by toni*

**physics**

A 47.8-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 53.6 m/s and rises to a height of 32.6 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 7.24 m below its highest point?
*December 10, 2012 by toni*

**physics**

A 46.7-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 55.5 m/s and rises to a height of 25.9 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 5.85 m below its highest point?
*April 14, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A 51.9-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 50.8 m/s and rises to a height of 28.4 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 6.08 m below its highest point?
*July 1, 2013 by Valeria*

**physics**

A 50.7-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 51.2 m/s and rises to a height of 21.8 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 6.55 m below its highest point?
*July 8, 2013 by justin( having trouble with these 3*

**physics**

A 50.7-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 51.2 m/s and rises to a height of 21.8 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 6.55 m below its highest point?
*July 22, 2013 by TCC*

**physic**

A 47.5-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 41.8 m/s and rises to a height of 34.5 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 8.88 m below its highest point?
*March 19, 2014 by Anonymous*

**College Physics**

A 45.7-g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 46.0 m/s and rises to a height of 25.9 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 6.82 m below its highest point?
*March 15, 2012 by Angela*

**Physics Honors**

A 47.0 g golf ball is driven from the tee with an initial speed of 48.0 m/s and rises to a height of 23.2 m. (a) Neglect air resistance and determine the kinetic energy of the ball at its highest point. (b) What is its speed when it is 8.0 m below its highest point?
*February 13, 2015 by Sasha*

**Physics**

A ball is dropped from a height of 20 m. You can use the relation between the work done by gravity and the change in the ball's kinetic energy to determine the speed of the ball at any point in its free fall. The speed of the ball when it hits the ground =
*February 4, 2014 by Jennifer Tailbow*

**ap physics**

hi i am not sure how to do this...thank you a man is going to pitch a ball. he moves the ball in a circular path of radius 0.6 m, constantly applying a force of 30N to the ball in the same direction as the ball's velocity along the circular path. at the highest point on the ...
*November 7, 2010 by Appreciative student*

**physics**

An 8 kg ball is moving at 4 m/s. Work is done on the ball to give it a speed of 12 m/s. What is the balls initial kinetic energy? What is the balls final kinetic energy? What work was done on the ball?
*June 30, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Ball A leaves the edge of a level table with speed Va and falls to the floor. At the instant ball A leaves the table edge, another identical ball, B, is released from rest at the height of the table top and also falls to the floor. It is observed that the balls reach the floor...
*October 5, 2010 by Balthazar*

**physics**

A 10.67 kg bowling ball has speed 4.35 m/s before hitting the floor. A(n) 66.5 g golf ball flies at much higher speed, so the two balls have exactly same kinetic energy. What is the speed of the golf ball? Note: neglect rotation of either ball. Answer in units of m/s.
*May 3, 2012 by Bob*

**physics**

A 10.67 kg bowling ball has speed 4.35 m/s before hitting the floor. A(n) 66.5 g golf ball flies at much higher speed, so the two balls have exactly same kinetic energy. What is the speed of the golf ball? Note: neglect rotation of either ball. Answer in units of m/s.
*May 3, 2012 by Bob*

**physic**

please help, I really appriciate you help alot. Question:A 0.34 kg particle has a speed of 2.0 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 7.5 J at point B. (a) What is its kinetic energy at A? ___ J (b) What is its speed at point B? ____ m/s (c) What is the total work done on the ...
*October 24, 2009 by Chan*

**Physics**

a 0.67 kg rubber ball has a speed of 2.2 m/s at point a and kinetic energy 7.1 J at point B find the total work done on the ball as it moves from a to b
*February 27, 2013 by Brittany*

**Physics**

a 0.67 kg rubber ball has a speed of 2.2 m/s at point a and kinetic energy 7.1 J at point B find the total work done on the ball as it moves from a to b
*February 27, 2013 by Brittany*

**physics**

A stone is thrown vertically upward. On its way up it passes point A with speed, v and point B, 3 m higher than A, with speed 1/2v. Calculate a) the speed v and b) the max height reached by the stone above point B. I can't find the equation You need to derive the solution in ...
*September 17, 2006 by jenny*

**Physics**

The rigid object shown in Fig. 10-63 consists of three balls and three connecting rods, with M = 1.5 kg, L = 0.67 m, and θ = 32°. The balls may be treated as particles, and the connecting rods have negligible mass. Determine the rotational kinetic energy of the object if ...
*July 28, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics134**

A ball, with a mass of 0.144 kg, is thrown from the top of a 76.8 m building (point A) at an angle, θ = 65º with respect to the horizontal. The initial speed of the ball is unknown. The ball reaches a maximum height of 12 m above the building after which it hits the ...
*May 4, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics: urgent help needed**

i have a test on monday 1 A beach ball is thrown straight up with a speed of 10m/s from a point 2 m above the ground a) Assuming no air reistance, calculate how far up the ball will go b)At what speed will the ball eventually hit the ground? c) If the air resistance exerts a ...
*April 9, 2011 by deepti*

**Physics**

A 0.568 kg particle has a speed of 1.57 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 7.67 J at point B. What is its kinetic energy at A? What is its speed at point B? What is the total work done on the particle as it moves from A to B?
*October 1, 2013 by Chris*

**physics**

A spring loaded gun is used to shoot a 1.3 kg ball from a rooftop. When the gun is fired, a compressed spring will be released shooting the ball into the air. The ball will travel in a parabolic path eventually striking the ground below. The gun is at an angle of 39° above the...
*May 5, 2013 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

Two 0.4 kg soccer balls collide elastically in a head-on collision. The first ball starts at rest, and the second ball has a speed of 3.5 m/s. After the collision, the second ball is at rest. A.) What is the final speed of the ball? B.) What is the kinetic energy of the first ...
*December 17, 2012 by Ana*

**Physics**

How much kinetic energy does a 1 kg ball have if it has a velocity of 10 m/s? a. 100 J. b. 50 J. c. 10 J. d. 5 J. A ping pong ball and a golf ball move with the same kinetic energy. Which is moving fastest? (golf balls are heavier than ping pong balls). a. The ping pong ball ...
*October 19, 2011 by Trinh*

**Physics**

A 0.38-kg particle has a speed of 2.0 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 7.5 J at point B. (a) What is its kinetic energy at A? J (b) What is its speed at point B? m/s (c) What is the total work done on the particle as it moves from A to B?
*September 27, 2011 by Anonymous*

**physics**

a 0.60 kgparticle has a speed og 2.0m/s at point A and a kineticenergy at point B. What is it's kinetic energy at point A ? What is its speed ?
*September 13, 2014 by sarry*

**Physics**

A 15 kg model airplane flies horizontally at point A that is 20 m about point B. It has a speed of 19.993 m/s at point A. It then flies horizontally at point B. If the loss of potential energy is reflected as an increase in kinetic energy, what is the speed of the model ...
*November 17, 2011 by Brooke*

**physics**

A block of mass 0.78kg starts from rest at point A and slides down a frictionless hill of height h. At the bottom of the hill it slides across a horizontal piece of track where the coefficient of kinetic friction is 0.29. This section (from points B to C) is 4.08m in length. ...
*November 18, 2012 by shyne1*

**mechanics**

The figure below shows a ball with mass m = 0.299 kg attached to the end of a thin rod with length L = 0.388 m and negligible mass. The other end of the rod is pivoted so that the ball can move in a vertical circle. The rod is held horizontally as shown and then given enough ...
*November 2, 2012 by ruben*

**Physics- check answer please**

1. A 15 kg boy falls out of his bed at a height of 0.50 m. What is the amount of gravitational potential energy lost by the boy? my answer: 74 J 2. What is the speed of a 0.25 kg ball if its kinetic energy is 15 J? my answer: 11 m/s 3. if the speed of an object is tripled and ...
*July 4, 2014 by Liz*

**physics**

A small block of mass m = 225 g is released from rest at point circled A along the horizontal diameter on the inside of a frictionless, hemispherical bowl of radius R = 27.5 cm as shown in the figure below. (a) Calculate the gravitational potential energy of the block-Earth ...
*October 27, 2014 by steve*

**physic**

A 0.34 kg particle has a speed of 2.0 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 7.5 J at point B. (a) What is its kinetic energy at A? _____ J (b) What is its speed at point B? _____ m/s (c) What is the total work done on the particle as it moves from A to B? _____ J thank you so much
*October 20, 2009 by Chan*

**Physics**

ball 1 with an initial speed of 10 m/s collides elastically with stationary balls 2 and 3 that are initially in contact with each other. the centers of balls 2 and 3 are on a line perpendicular to the initial velocity of ball 1. the three balls are identical. ball 1 is aimed ...
*January 13, 2008 by Sarah*

**Physics**

A 1.20kg ball is rolled down a frictionless ramp whose top is 0.80m above a horizontal spring with ks = 800N/m. The ball reaches the horizontal just in front of the spring. a.) What is the kinetic energy of the ball just before it contacts the spring? b.) What is the velocity ...
*July 18, 2012 by Lauren*

**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**

considering 3 identical balls. ball 1 with initial speed V collides elastically with balls 2 & 3 whose centres are on a line perpendicular to the initial velocity of ball 1 and ball 2 & 3 are in contact with each other. ball 1 is aimed directly at the contact point and all ...
*August 24, 2014 by Udayan*

**physics**

In the absence of air resistance two balls are thrown upward from the same launch point. Ball A rises to a maximum height above the launch point that is four times greater than that of ball B. The launch speed of ball A is _______ times greater than that of ball B. a)2 b)4 c)8...
*September 8, 2010 by Brantley*

**Physics - Kinematics**

Qn: Ball 1 is launched up an inclined plane from the bottom of the plane with an initial speed that is the minimum speed for it just to reach the top of the plane. At the same moment as ball 1 is launched up the plane, Ball 2 is released from rest at the top of the plane. They...
*November 25, 2010 by Rod*

**physics**

The average velocity for a trip has a positive value. Is it possible for the instantaneous velocity at any point during the trip to have a negative value? (I'm thinking yes because derivatives can be negative but I'm not sure). also A ball is dropped from rest from the top of ...
*January 2, 2009 by Anonymous*

**ap phyiscs**

A bowler throws a bowling ball of radius R=11 cm down a lane. The ball slides on the lane, with initial speed v(of the center of mass)=7 m/s and initial angular speed =0. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the ball and the lane is .25. The kinectic frictional force fk...
*February 10, 2008 by kristen*

**physics**

Figure 8-31 shows a ball with mass m = 1.0 kg attached to the end of a thin rod with length L = 0.56 m and negligible mass. The other end of the rod is pivoted so that the ball can move in a vertical circle. (a) What initial speed must be given the ball so that it reaches the ...
*February 18, 2008 by dawn*

**PHYSICS**

A 1250 KG wrecking ball is lifted to a height of 12.7 m above its resting point . When the wrecking ball is released, its swings toward an abandoned building and makes an indentation of 43.7 cm in the wall. A) What is the potential energy of the wrecking ball at a height of 12...
*January 22, 2015 by Jon*

**Physics**

A 0.559 kg particle has a speed of 2.7 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 8.4 J at point B. What is its kinetic energy at A?
*March 31, 2014 by Sarah*

**Physics**

A pitcher claims he can throw a 0.157 kg baseball with as much momentum as a 1.5 g bullet moving with a speed of 1.50 multiplied by 103 m/s. (a) What must the baseball's speed be if the pitcher's claim is valid? m/s (b) Which has greater kinetic energy, the ball or the bullet...
*November 6, 2010 by matt*

**Physics**

Please, help me answer this question. Two balls are moving in the same direction. Ball A has half the mass of ball B, and is moving at twice its speed. (a) Which ball has the greater momentum? (b) Which ball has greater kinetic energy? Thank you
*May 2, 2013 by Kathy*

**physics**

A 2.10-g particle is released from rest at point A on the inside of a smooth hemispherical bowl of radius R = 28.0 cm. Calculate the following: (a) Its gravitational potential energy at A relative to J (b) Its kinetic energy at B. J (c) Its speed at B. m/s (d) Its potential ...
*June 8, 2010 by nicole*

**Physics**

Abel flicks a 20g marble at a speed of 0.5 m/s. It has one dimensional collision with a 10g bouncy ball, that was initially at rest. After they collide, the bouncy balls speed is 0.5 m/s. What is the marbles post-collision speed? Show whether or not any kinetic energy lost ...
*February 20, 2012 by Hunter*

**physics**

Abel flicks a 20g marble at a speed of 0.5 m/s. It has one dimensional collision with a 10g bouncy ball, that was initially at rest. After they collide, the bouncy balls speed is 0.5 m/s. What is the marbles post-collision speed? Show whether or not any kinetic energy lost ...
*February 20, 2012 by Hunter*

**Physics**

A ball is thrown straight up from the ground with speed . At the same instant, a second ball is dropped from rest from a height , directly above the point where the first ball was thrown upward. There is no air resistance. Question- Find the value of in terms of and so that at...
*May 28, 2010 by Anonymous*

**physics**

Two balls are connected by a string that stretches over a massless, frictionless pulley. Ball 1 has a mass of 0.45 kg and is held 0.74 m above the ground. Ball 2 has a mass of 5.7 kg and is held 0.88 m above the ground. When the balls are released, ball 2 falls to the ground, ...
*December 22, 2008 by jason*

**Physics**

Equate the increase in potential energy at the higher elevation, M g H, to the decrease in kinetic energy. Make sure you include the kinetic energy of rotation, which is (1/2) I w^2. For a sphere of radius R, V = R w and I =(2/5) I R^2 Therefore KE(rotational) = (1/2)(2/5)M R^...
*March 21, 2007 by drwls*

**physics**

The pendulum shown right has a mass of 0.26 kg and moves to the right from point B to point A. At point B the speed of the mass is 3.2 m/s. (i) What is the change in the gravitational potential energy in the motion from B to A? (ii) What is the mass speed at point A? (iii) If...
*March 8, 2013 by Meder*

**Physics**

An outfielder throws a 0.150 kg baseball at a speed of 26.0 m/s and an initial angle of 30.0°. What is the kinetic energy of the ball at the highest point of its motion?
*May 3, 2011 by Dani*

**physics**

An outfielder throws a 0.150-kg baseball at a speed of 50.0 m/s and an initial angle of 30.0°. What is the kinetic energy of the ball at the highest point of its motion?
*October 2, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

The rigid object shown in Fig. 10-63 consists of three balls and three connecting rods, with M = 1.5 kg, L = 0.67 m, and θ = 32°. Fig. 10-63 The balls may be treated as particles, and the connecting rods have negligible mass. Determine the rotational kinetic energy of the...
*July 28, 2010 by Tim*

**Physics**

A ball is thrown straight up from the ground with speed v_0. At the same instant, a second ball is dropped from rest from a height H, directly above the point where the first ball was thrown upward. There is no air resistance. Find the value of H in terms of v_0 and g so that ...
*May 28, 2010 by Anonymous*

**science**

An outfielder throws a 1.88 kg baseball at a speed of 57 m/s and an initial angle of 10.2. What is the kinetic energy of the ball at the highest point of its motion? Answer in units of J
*November 16, 2012 by jason*

**physics**

Two balls with masses of 2.0kg and 6.0kg travel toward each other at speeds of 12 m/s and 4.0 m/s respectivly. If the balls have a head on inelastic collision and the 2.0 kg ball recoils with a speed of 8.0 m/s how much kinetic energy is lost in the collision?
*February 4, 2008 by melissa*

**physics**

The physics of a golf ball and kinetic energy. When a 0.045 kg golf ball takes off after being hit, its speed is 41 m/s. a) What is the kinetic energy of the ball after it has been hit? b) How much work is done on the ball by the club? c) Assume that the force of the club acts...
*April 24, 2011 by aly*

**Physics (MOMENTUM)**

Please, help me answer this question. Two balls are moving in the same direction. Ball A has half the mass of ball B, and is moving at twice its speed. (a) Which ball has the greater momentum? (b) Which ball has greater kinetic energy? Thank you.
*May 2, 2013 by Kathy*

**physics**

1. Calculate the frequency (Hz) and energy (eV) of green photons with wavelength of 555nm. Photon energy = hν, where ν = frequency in Hz and h = 6.626x10-34 joule-sec, the Planck’s constant. Keep in mind that: wavelengthxfrequency = speed. 2. Andy Ruddick can serve ...
*March 1, 2009 by JeFF*

**Physics (ASAP PLEASE)**

Please, help me answer this question. Two balls are moving in the same direction. Ball A has half the mass of ball B, and is moving at twice its speed. (a) Which ball has the greater momentum? (b) Which ball has greater kinetic energy? Thank you
*May 3, 2013 by Kathy*

**physics **

A. A particle is traveling without friction up and down hills and valleys. If its initial potential energy is 6 J and its initial kinetic energy is 78 J, what is its total energy, E? E: J B. If at a later point its potential energy is -14 J, what is its kinetic energy K at ...
*October 12, 2013 by carol *

**physics**

A 0.730 kg particle has a speed of 3.00 m/s at point A and kinetic energy of 7.40 J at B. What is its speed at B? Answer in units of m/s.
*September 16, 2011 by hannah*

**physics**

A particle is traveling without friction up and down hills and valleys. If its initial potential energy is 85 J and its initial kinetic energy is 83 J, what is its total energy, E? E: Correct: Your answer is correct. J B. If at a later point its potential energy is 131 J, ...
*October 5, 2014 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A 0.73 kg ball is thrown straight up with an initial velocity of 2.50 m/s. Taking the potential energy of gravity to be zero at the height from which the ball is thrown, determine its gravitational potential energy at the balls highest point. Ignore air resistance.
*October 5, 2012 by nate*

**Physics ~Conservation of Energy~**

1.) At one point in its fall, an object (m=2.5 kg.) has a kinetic energy of 5 J(joule) and a potential energy of 10 J. a) what is the total energy of the system? b) what is the velocity at this point? The object continues to another point where its potential energy is 3J(joule...
*January 30, 2013 by Isis*

**Physics**

An outﬁelder throws a 1.05 kg baseball at a speed of 99 m/s and an initial angle of 47.5 ◦ . What is the kinetic energy of the ball at the highest point of its motion? Answer in units of J
*February 5, 2013 by Ted*

**Engineer Mechanics**

60-kg skier passes point a with a speed of 5 m/s, determine his speed when he reaches point b. also find the normal force exerted on him by the slope at this point.
*November 15, 2010 by Gubby*

**Science**

A golf ball and a ping-pong ball are dropped in a vacuum chamber. When they have fallen halfway down, they have the same... A.speed B.potential energy C.kinetic energy D.Rest Energy my thought is that its c, kinetic energy...but i'm not 100% sure
*January 23, 2007 by Tammy*

**Physics**

A ball is thrown vertically upward with a speed of 25.0 m/s from a height of 2.0 m. How high does the ball rise? How long does it take to reach its highest point? How long does the ball take to hit the ground after it reaches its highest point? What is the ball's velocity when...
*September 24, 2006 by Becca (question two of four!)*

**Physics Help!!!**

A pitcher throws a 0.111-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 37.4 m/s. The bat does 78.6 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 30.8 m above the point of impact.
*February 26, 2012 by Isaac*

**Physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.107-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 31.7 m/s. The bat does 77.9 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 22.7 m above the point of impact.
*October 9, 2012 by StressedStudent*

**physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.168-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 45.2 m/s. The bat does 86.6 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 22.5 m above the point of impact.
*April 16, 2013 by Anonymous*

**physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.198-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 57.5 m/s. The bat does 85.1 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 32.7 m above the point of impact.
*March 19, 2014 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.192-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 43.2 m/s. The bat does 69.8 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 32.6 m above the point of impact.
*April 4, 2014 by Elle*

**Physics**

2-A 10.0 Kg block is released from point A in the figure below. The block travels along a smooth frictionless track except for the rough 1 m long portion between points B and C. It makes a collision with stationary 10 kg ball after passing point C. The ball moves forward with ...
*June 2, 2013 by Maryam*

**Physics**

A simple pendulum 1.50 m in length has a 500-g putty ball as an end bob. The pendulum is pulled aside 60° from the vertical and given an initial tangential speed of 1.20 m/s. At the bottom of the arc path, the bob hits and sticks to a 200-g putty ball sitting on a tee. (a) ...
*June 20, 2012 by Tracy*

**Physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.140-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 35.0 m/s. The bat does Wnc = 65.0 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 25.0 m above the point of impact
*October 24, 2010 by Xavier*

**Physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.140-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 45.0 m/s. The bat does Wnc = 65.0 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 25.0 m above the point of impact.
*March 14, 2012 by Natasha*

**Physics**

A pitcher throws a 0.140-kg baseball, and it approaches the bat at a speed of 50.0 m/s. The bat does Wnc = 65.0 J of work on the ball in hitting it. Ignoring air resistance, determine the speed of the ball after the ball leaves the bat and is 25.0 m above the point of impact.
*October 15, 2012 by Ben*

**Physics**

A roller-coaster car with a mass of 650 kg starts at rest from a point 28 m above the ground. At point B, it is 14 m above the ground. [Express your answers in kilojoules (kJ).] (a) What is the initial potential energy of the car? 1 . kJ (b) What is the potential energy at ...
*March 5, 2012 by Sara*

**physics**

An electron starting from rest acquires 4.20 keV of kinetic energy in moving from point A to point B. How much kinetic energy would a proton acquire, starting from rest at B and moving to point A? Determine the ratio of their speeds at the end of their respective trajectories.
*September 8, 2010 by VJC*

**PHYSICS**

The figure shows a ball with mass m = 0.405 kg attached to the end of a thin rod with length L = 0.516 m and negligible mass. The other end of the rod is pivoted so that the ball can move in a vertical circle. The rod is held horizontally as shown and then given enough of a ...
*October 23, 2011 by Anonymous*

**Physics**

An 8 kg ball is moving at 4 m/s. Work is done on the ball to give it a speed of 12 m/s. What is the ball's initial kinetic energy? What is the ball's final kinetic energy? What work was done on the ball?
*July 11, 2013 by Jai*

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