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Physics
Two pucks collide on an air hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 16 g and is initially traveling in the +x direction at 6.2 m/s. Puck B has a mass of 64 g and is initially at rest. After the pucks collide, puck A moves away at an angle of 58 above the +x axis, while puck B ...
February 25, 2011 by Mehreen

Physics
Two pucks collide on a level air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.0250 kg and is moving initially due eastward at a speed of 5.50m/s. Puck B has a mass of 0.0500kg and is initially at rest. Right after collision, puck A is moving in a direction of 65 degrees north of east...
November 2, 2009 by John

Physics
In attempting to pass the puck to a teammate, a hockey player gives it an initial speed of 2.0m/s, but because of the kinetic friction between the puck and the ice, the puck travels only half the distance between the players before coming to rest. Assuming that the ice's ...
December 4, 2009 by John

Physic
A hockey puck leaves a player's stick with a speed of 8.60 and slides 38.0 before coming to rest. Find the coefficient of friction between the puck and the ice.
July 10, 2010 by Andrea

Physics
A 0.2 kg hockey puck is placed against a spring lying on a horizontal frictionless surface. The spring is compressed 0.2 m, with the hockey puck, and then released. The hockey puck when released is able to go up a frictionless slope with an angle of 30 degrees to a height of 0...
December 5, 2010 by Amy

phtsical science
Which has greater momentum, a 2.0kg hockey puck moving east at 2.5m/s or a 1.3kg hockey puck moving south at 3.0m/s?
June 28, 2011 by Micah

physics
When the net force that acts on a hockey puck is 12 N, the puck accelerates at a rate of 48 m/s2. Determine the mass of the puck.
December 12, 2013 by john

Physics
Under what conditions can a quadratic function be a perfect square? Also.. A stone is thrown vertically upward at a speed of 40m/s. How long does it take to reach a height of 90m? I ended up with a quadratic of t^2-8t+18 which cannot be factored...So is the answer that the ...
February 19, 2008 by Anonymous

Physics
Under what conditions can a quadratic function be a perfect square? Also.. A stone is thrown vertically upward at a speed of 40m/s. How long does it take to reach a height of 90m? I ended up with a quadratic of t^2-8t+18 which cannot be factored...So is the answer that the ...
February 19, 2008 by Anonymous

math
5 hockey pucks and three hockey sticks costs $23. 5 hockey pucks and 1 hockey stick costs $20. How much does 1 hockey puck cost?
August 17, 2013 by jeanna

Physics
It is probably easy, but i don't know where to start A hockey puck leaves a player's stick with a speed of 9.50 m/s and slides 27.0 m before coming to rest. Find the coefficient of friction between the puck and the ice. Thank You for helping me!!!
February 25, 2008 by matt

physics help
The drawing shows a collision between two pucks on an air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.030 kg and is moving along the x axis with a velocity of +5.5 m/s. It makes a collision with puck B, which has a mass of 0.055 kg and is initially at rest. The collision is not head-...
November 5, 2010 by danny

Physics
A hockey player makes a slap shot on a 2.0 kg stationary puck, exerting a 30N force for .16 seconds. A What impulse is given to the puck? B. With what velocity does the puck leave the stick?
January 22, 2012 by Gaby

Physics
A hockey player makes a slap shot on a 2.0 kg stationary puck, exerting a 30N force for .16 seconds. A What impulse is given to the puck? B. With what velocity does the puck leave the stick?
January 22, 2012 by Gaby

physics
Doug hits a hockey puck, giving it an initial velocity of 6.0 m/s. If the coefficient of kinetic friction between ice and puck is 0.032, how far will the puck slide before stopping? A) 19 m B) 25 m C) 37 m D) 57 m E) 68 m
June 14, 2010 by anonymous

Math - Precalculus - Parametric Equations/Geometry
A hockey puck of diameter 3 inches is spinning around its center at a speed of 3 counterclockwise rotations per second. The center of the puck is traveling at a speed of 24 inches per second at an angle of 45 degrees to the positive real axis. (a) At time t=0, the center of ...
December 11, 2013 by Sam

physics
The drawing shows a collision between two pucks on an air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.0430 kg and is moving along the x axis with a velocity of +5.41 m/s. It makes a collision with puck B, which has a mass of 0.0860 kg and is initially at rest. The collision is not ...
March 27, 2014 by Anonymous

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 203
A puck of mass 0.60 kg approaches a second, identical puck that is stationary on frictionless ice. The initial speed of the moving puck is 5.0 m/s. After the collision, one puck leaves with a speed v1 at 30° to the original line of motion. The second puck leaves with speed v2 ...
March 29, 2011 by Kayla

physics
A hockey puck has an initial velocity of 44 m/s and a final velocity of 34 m/s. (a) If it travels 25 m during this time, what is the acceleration? m/s2 (b) If the mass of the puck is 0.13 kg, what is the horizontal force on the puck? N
September 5, 2010 by mike

physics
A hockey puck sliding on the ice with velocity 10m/sec is stopped by a goalie in 0.10sec. what is the goalie stopping distance ∆x in doing so.
December 7, 2010 by Ama

science
A hockey puck moving at 28 m/s is caught by an 80.00 kg man who was at rest. The man and puck move together after the collision. The puck's mass is 0.16 kg. What is the final velocity?
May 8, 2012 by Demitrius scott

Math
5 hockey pucks and three hockey sticks cost $23 5 hockey pucks and I hockey stick cost $20. How much does 1 hockey puck cost? I know that I cost $3.50 but idk how to get that answer
September 6, 2011 by Bkshdjs

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

Physical Science
A hockey puck moving at 28 m/s is caught by an 80.00 kg man who was at rest. The man and puck move together after the collision. The puck's mass is 0.16 kg. What is the final velocity?
April 12, 2012 by jordan

physics
A force of friction of 3.2N acts on a 1.1kg puck while it is sliding along a horizontal surface. If the initial velocity of the puck was 7.5 m/s , how far will the puck travel before coming to rest?
November 7, 2010 by mercedes

physics please help
The drawing shows a collision between two pucks on an air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.030 kg and is moving along the x axis with a velocity of +5.5 m/s. It makes a collision with puck B, which has a mass of 0.055 kg and is initially at rest. The collision is not head-...
November 7, 2010 by joshua

Physics
A 1 kg hockey puck is sliding on the ice at 5m/s and stops on some dirt in 2 secs. I need to find the coefficient of kinetic friction. I found the acceleration being -2.5m/s^s (0-5m/s / 2s) Idk what to do next pleaseeee help
June 1, 2014 by Lola

math
5 hockey pucks and three hockey sticks cost $23. 5 hockey pucks and 1 hockey stick cost $20. How much does 1 hockey puck cost?
March 14, 2011 by Sally

physics
A 110g hockey puck sent sliding over ice is stopped by a frictional force on it from the ice a) if its intial speed is 6.0m/s, what is the magnitude of the frictional force? b) what is the coefficient of friction between the puck and the ice? I am unsure how to solve the first...
November 19, 2006 by tina

Physics help please
The drawing shows a collision between two pucks on an air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.030 kg and is moving along the x axis with a velocity of +5.5 m/s. It makes a collision with puck B, which has a mass of 0.055 kg and is initially at rest. The collision is not head-...
November 7, 2010 by joseph

physics
Mario, a hockey player, is skating due south at a speed of 7.05 m/s relative to the ice. A teammate passes the puck to him. The puck has a speed of 9.69 m/s and is moving in a direction of 16.2 ° west of south, relative to the ice. What are (a) the magnitude and (b) direction...
October 1, 2008 by DK

Physics
Mario, a hockey player, is skating due south at a speed of 6.6 m/s relative to the ice. A teammate passes the puck to him. The puck has a speed of 12.9 m/s and is moving in a direction of 23° west of south, relative to the ice. What are the magnitude and direction (relative to...
October 9, 2013 by Mario

physics
Mario, a hockey player, is skating due south at a speed of 5.4 m/s relative to the ice. A teammate passes the puck to him. The puck has a speed of 10.0 m/s and is moving in a direction of 27° west of south, relative to the ice. What are the magnitude and direction (relative to...
October 13, 2013 by butcha

physics
A hocky puck is sliding along at 3m/s on an air hocky a) what is the net force on the puck? B)what is the pik's acceleration? C)what will the puck's velocity do?be detailed
May 17, 2012 by lisa

Physics
The drawing shows a collision between two pucks on an air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.025 kg and is moving along the x axis with a velocity of +5.5 m/s. It makes a collision with puck B, which has a mass of 0.060 kg and is initially at rest. The collision is not head-...
October 23, 2012 by Sam

Physics urgent
A rubber puck, initially travelling at 39 km/h, is sliding along an icy surface. How long (in seconds) would it take the puck to come to a complete stop if the coefficient of kinetic friction between the puck and the ice is 0.2?
October 8, 2009 by moe

physics
A hockey goalie is standing on ice. Another player fires a puck (m = 0.22 kg) at the goalie with a velocity of +63 m/s (a) If the goalie catches the puck with his glove in a time of 7.0 10-3 s, what is the average force (magnitude and direction) exerted on the goalie by the ...
November 12, 2012 by D

Physics
A hockey goalie is standing on ice. Another player fires a puck (m = 0.22 kg) at the goalie with a velocity of +63 m/s (a) If the goalie catches the puck with his glove in a time of 7.0 10-3 s, what is the average force (magnitude and direction) exerted on the goalie by the ...
November 18, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics
A 0.168kg hockey puck slides at 11.4m/s. what is the work needed to stop the puck?
February 23, 2012 by Sheetal

physics
A blue puck with a mass of 3.90×10−2 , sliding with a speed of 0.170 on a frictionless, horizontal air table, makes a perfectly elastic, head-on collision with a red puck with mass , initially at rest. After the collision, the velocity of the blue puck is 5.0×10−2 ...
October 24, 2010 by Anonymous

physics
find the frictional force between an air hockey puck and the table, assume u air = 1.8 X 10^-5 kg/ms, the puck is 0.013 above the table, the puck has an area of 25 cm^2
October 19, 2010 by emily

physics
A hockey puck with mass 0.160kg is at rest on the horizontal, frictionless surface of a rink. A player applies a force of 0.310N to the puck, parallel to the surface of the ice, and continues to apply this force for 1.60s. What is the (a)position and (b)speed at time end?
November 14, 2012 by Force and direction

physics
a 4.0 m hockey puck is moving horizontally at 5.0 m/s. the amount of work that must be done on the puck to stop it is?
December 19, 2010 by Josh

physics
A hockey puck is hit on a frozen lake and starts moving with a speed of 14.4 m/s. 3.0 seconds later, its speed is 7.3 m/s. (a) What is its average acceleration?
October 4, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics
Two identical pucks are on an air table. Puck A has an initial velocity of 2.0m/s in the +x-direction. Puck B is at rest. Puck A collides elastically with Puck B and A moves off at 1.0m/s at an angle of 60 degrees above the x-axis. What is the speed and direction of puck B ...
April 2, 2011 by Help!

Physics
Can someone please show me how to do this? A hockey player is standing on his skates on a frozen pond when an opposing player moving with a uniform speed of 12m/s skates by with the puck. After 3s, the first player makes up his mind to chase his oppponent. If he accelerates ...
August 27, 2005 by Kim

Physics
Suppose a hockey puck slides down a frictionless ramp with an acceleration of 4.70 m/s2. (a)What angle does the ramp make with respect to the horizontal? (b) If the ramp has a length of 6.40 m, how long does it take the puck to reach the bottom? (c) Now suppose the mass of the...
February 6, 2014 by Ray

physics
EXERCISE 4.9 (a) Suppose a hockey puck slides down a frictionless ramp with an acceleration of 5.00 m/s2. What angle does the ramp make with respect to the horizontal? (b) If the ramp has a length of 6.00 m, how long does it take the puck to reach the bottom? (c) Now suppose ...
November 15, 2012 by hisham

physics
A hockey player shoots the puck which is initially at rest by applying a force of 72 N through a displacement of 1.6 m. The mass of the puck is 161 grams.
March 31, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics
At time t = 0s, a puck is sliding on a horizontal table with a velocity 3.00 m/s, 65.0 above the +x axis. As the puck slides, a constant acceleration acts on it that was the following components: ax = 0.460m/s2 and ay = 0.980m/s2. what is the velocity of the puck at time t = 1...
February 14, 2008 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
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 (this one is killing me clear answer)
At time t = 0 s, a puck is sliding on a horizontal table with a velocity 3.60 m/s, 35.0° above the +x axis. As the puck slides, a constant acceleration acts on it that has the following components: ax = –0.360 m/s2 and ay = –0.980 m/s2. What is the velocity of the puck at time...
February 4, 2014 by jason

Physics
What is the speed of a hockey puck of mass 0.15 kg if it experiences a force 60 in N for the extent of a slap shot of 0.25 m?
October 9, 2012 by Sulu

Physics
during a hockey game a puck of mass .3 kg is given an inital speed of 12m/s. it slides 50 m o the ice before stopping. Assume the puck decelerates at a constant rate. what is the coefficient of friction betweent the puck and the ice? I know that it would be a very small answer...
October 10, 2007 by Tammy

physics
a hockey puck rebounds from a board. the puck is in contact with the board for 2.5 ms. dertermine the acceleration of the puck over the time interval. V(i) = 26 m/s...at angle of 22 degrees. V(f) = 21 m/s...at angle of 22 degrees. a=?
January 27, 2011 by ali

Grade 12 Physics
Two hockey pucks of equal mass approach each other. puck 1 has an initial velocity of 20.0 m/s (S 45 E), and puck 2 has an initial velocity of 15 m/s (S 45 W). after the collision, the first puck is moving with a velocity of 10.0 (S 45 W). Determine the final velocity of the ...
November 18, 2013 by Priyank

Physics
At the State Fair you see people trying to win a prize at a game booth. They are sliding a metal disk shaped like a puck up a wooden ramp so that it stops in a marked zone near the top of the ramp before sliding back down. You estimate that you can slide the 'puck' at 8.0 ft/...
March 26, 2013 by Brandon

physics
a .105 kg hockey puck moving at 48 m/s is caught by a 75 kg goalie at rest. With what speed does the slide on the ice?
January 31, 2011 by dana

physics
A 2 N neuton force is applied to a a2.5 Kg dry ice puck that moves frictionlessly across a desktop. If the puck starts at rest, how fast will it be moving after the force is applied? If the puck were moving at 0.6 m/x, how long would it take to bring the puck to a stop?
April 6, 2013 by Thena

physics
A puck of mass 5.0 kg moving at 16.5 m/s approaches an identical puck that is stationary on frictionless ice. After the collision, the first puck leaves with a speed v1 at 30º to the orginal line of motion. The second puck leaves with speed v2 at 60º. The speed v1 ...
February 26, 2012 by alex

physics
A puck of mass 5.0 kg moving at 16.5 m/s approaches an identical puck that is stationary on frictionless ice. After the collision, the first puck leaves with a speed v1 at 30º to the orginal line of motion. The second puck leaves with speed v2 at 60º. The speed v1 ...
February 26, 2012 by alex

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 hockey player is standing on his skates on a frozen pond when an opposing player, moving with a uniform speed of 2.0 m/s, skates by with the puck. After 2.00 s, the first player makes up his mind to chase his opponent. If he accelerates uniformly at 0.10 m/s2, determine each...
September 11, 2013 by <3

PHYSICS
A 0.445 kg ice puck, moving east with a speed of 2.82 m/s, has a head-on collision with a 0.918 kg puck initially at rest. Assuming a perfectly elastic collision, what will be the speed and direction of each object after the collision? speed of the ice puck ? Direction: west ...
October 31, 2009 by Jennifer

math
Three forces act on a hockey pick as it slides across the ice; the normal force N represents the force the ice exerts upward on the puck and is given by N= <0,0,100>, the gravitational force G represents the downward force of gravity on the puck and is given by G = <0...
May 6, 2013 by Ryan

Physics
A hockey puck is hit on a frozen lake and starts moving with a speed of 12.2 m/s. Ex- actly 6.70 s later, its speed is 6.20 m/s. The acceleration of gravity is 9.81 m/s2 . a) What is its average acceleration? Answer in units of m/s2
February 3, 2014 by Charlie

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
A box of unknown mass is sliding with an initial speed vi = 5.60 m/s across a horizontal frictionless warehouse floor when it encounters a rough section of flooring d = 3.40 m long. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the rough section of flooring and the box is 0.100...
July 8, 2013 by Amy

Physics
Which of the following events does not involve a change in angular momentum? 1. A spinning ice skater drawing in her arms to increase her rotational speed. 2. A child walking along the perimeter of a merry-go-round as it rotates. 3. A child walking towards the center of a ...
April 6, 2011 by Anonymous

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 - 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

Physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +0.8 m/s and ax = +0.9 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +1...
January 31, 2013 by Dee

physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +3.2 m/s and ax = +1.9 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +8...
June 23, 2013 by louis aaaa

Physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +6.6 m/s and ax = +2.0 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +9...
September 7, 2013 by WR

physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +2.5 m/s and ax = +5.2 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +2...
September 22, 2013 by Anonymous

physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +5.2 m/s and ax = +5.9 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +2...
February 5, 2014 by mel

physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +5.3 m/s and ax = +2.6 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +6...
February 10, 2014 by kyle

physics
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +8.3 m/s and ax = +8.8 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +9...
February 10, 2011 by frost

physics 1
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +3.5 m/s and ax = +5.8 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +2...
February 3, 2014 by anonymous

physics 1
A puck is moving on an air hockey table. Relative to an x, y coordinate system at time t = 0 s, the x components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0x = +3.5 m/s and ax = +5.8 m/s2. The y components of the puck's initial velocity and acceleration are v0y = +2...
February 3, 2014 by anonymous

Physics
A hockey puck slides off the edge of a table with the initial velocity of 20m/s. The table height is 2.0 m. What is the accleration of the puck right after it leaves the table?
November 6, 2011 by Jj

Physics
A 3.0kg air puck sliding at 4.0m/s collides with a 5.0kg puck. After the collision the 3.0kg puck is moving north at 1.0m/s while the 5.0kg puck is moving south at 1.0m/s. a) What was the initial velocity of the 5kg puck? I did: m1v1 + m2v2 = m1v1' + m2v2' (3)(4) + (5v2) = (3...
May 18, 2008 by Alex

physics
Two hockey players strike a puck of mass 0.159 kg with their sticks simultaneously, exerting forces of 1.30 103 N, directed west, and 9.90 102 N, directed 30.0° east of north. Find the instantaneous acceleration of the puck.
February 13, 2014 by pete

physics
A 0.105-kg hockey puck moving at 20 m/s is caught and held by a 77-kg goalie at rest. With what speed does the goalie slide on the ice?
December 7, 2008 by Mara

physics
A 0.105-kg hockey puck moving at 26 m/s is caught and held by a 72-kg goalie at rest. With what speed does the goalie slide on the ice?
December 17, 2010 by cassie

physics
A 0.105-kg hockey puck moving at 30 m/s is caught and held by a 80-kg goalie at rest. With what speed does the goalie slide on the ice?
October 10, 2011 by kodi

college physics
A 0.384 kg puck, initially at rest on a horizon- tal, frictionless surface, is struck by a 0.189 kg puck moving initially along the x axis with a speed of 2.7 m/s. After the collision, the 0.189 kg puck has a speed of 1.7 m/s at an angle of 28 to the positive x axis. ...
October 22, 2011 by Tom

Physics please help urgent!!
a collision between two pucks on an air-hockey table. Puck A has a mass of 0.025 kg and is moving along the x axis with a velocity of +5.5 m/s. It makes a collision with puck B, which has a mass of 0.060 kg and is initially at rest. The collision is not head-on. After the ...
February 21, 2011 by Anonymous

physics
A hockey puck, mass 0.130 kg, moving at 40.0 m/s, strikes an octopus thrown on the ice by a fan. The octopus has a mass of 0.270 kg. The puck and octopus slide off together. Find their velocity.
January 9, 2012 by Anonymous

Physics
A 0.243 kg puck, initially at rest on a horizon- tal, frictionless surface, is struck by a 0.196 kg puck moving initially along the x axis with a speed of 3.16 m/s. After the collision, the 0.196 kg puck has a speed of 2.16 m/s at an angle of 40 to the positive x axis. ...
April 26, 2012 by Cassidy

AP Physics B
A 0.408 kg puck, initially at rest on a horizontal, frictionless surface, is struck by a 0.0886 kg puck moving initially along the x axis with a speed of 3.14 m/s. After the collision, the 0.0886 kg puck has a speed of 2.14 m/s at an angle of 38◦ to the positive x axis. ...
November 1, 2012 by Daisy

Physics
A puck of mass .30 kg is sliding along an essentially frictionless patch of ice at 6.0 m/s. It encounters a rough ice patch with a coefficient of kinetic friction of .10. How long will it take for the puck to stop?
November 8, 2013 by Spen

science
A small hockey puck slides without friction over the icy hill and lands 6.20 m from the foot of the cliff with no air resistance.What is its initial speed v0 at the bottom of the hill?
September 27, 2012 by a

Physics
A rocket-powered hockey puck has a thrust of 2.40 and a total mass of 1.40 . It is released from rest on a frictionless table, 2.90 from the edge of a 1.80 drop. The front of the rocket is pointed directly toward the edge. How far from the table does the puck land?
March 15, 2011 by Dan

physics
A rocket-powered hockey puck has a thrust of 4.70 N and a total mass of 2.40 kg. It is released from rest on a frictionless table, 4.80 m from the edge of a 3.00 m drop. The front of the rocket is pointed directly toward the edge. How far does the puck land from the base of ...
November 10, 2010 by yeah

physics
The following forces act on a hockey puck (round, rubber disk) sitting on a frictionless surface: F_1 = 12 N at 15 degrees; F_2 = 28 N at 125 degrees; and F_3 = 33.3 N at 235 degrees. All the forces are in the plane of the ice. Determine the net force on the puck.
November 16, 2009 by Jacob

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