physics
posted by Anthony .
An object of mass 3.06 kg is released from rest and drops 1.75 m to the floor. The collision is completely inelastic. How much kinetic energy is lost during the collision?
Respond to this Question
Similar Questions

Physics
Object A has mass mA = 9 kg and initial momentum A,i = < 19, 7, 0 > kg · m/s, just before it strikes object B, which has mass mB = 12 kg. Just before the collision object B has initial momentum B,i = < 5, 6, 0 > kg · … 
Physics please help
A particle of mass m1, traveling at speed v0, collides headon 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 … 
physics
A ball of mass Ml = 0.250 kg and velocity V01 = +5.00 m/s (see Figure) collides headon with a ball of mass M2 = 0.800 kg that is initially at rest. No external forces act on the balls. a) What was the kinetic energy of the first ball … 
Physics (my last problem)
A 3.4 kg ogject to the right at 3.5 m/s hits a stationary object of mass 2.7 kg. After the collision the 2.7 kg object moves to the right at 1.8 m/s. A) What is the final verlocity of the 3.4 kg object? 
Physics
3. A 0.200 kg airtrack glider moving at 1.20 m/s bumps into a 0.600 kg glider at rest. a.) Find the total kinetic energy after collision if the collision is elastic. .144J I got that one. b.) Find the total kinetic energy after collision … 
physics
An object of mass 5.56 kg is released from rest and drops 2.05 m to the floor. The collision is completely inelastic. How much kinetic energy is lost during the collision. 
Physics
As shown in the figure below, a bullet is fired at and passes a piece of target paper suspended by a massless string. The bullet has a mass of m, a speed v before the collision with the target, and a speed (0.466)v after passing through … 
PHYSICS
last homework question I cannot figure out.... H E L P :} a bullet is fired at and passes a piece of target paper suspended by a massless string. The bullet has a mass of m, a speed v before the collision with the target, and a speed … 
Physics
A neutron with mass 1.67e27 kg moving with speed 5.0 × 101 km/s makes a headon collision with a boron nucleus, originally at rest, with mass 1.66e26 kg. A) If the collision is completely inelastic, so the particles stick together, … 
Physics HELP!
A locomotive of mass 2.1 x 104 kg travelling at 2.0 m/s runs into an identical stationary locomotive. a) If the collision is perfectly inelastic, what is the speed of the two trains after the collision?