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A ball mass 1000g is drop from a height Of 5m and rebounded to a height Of 25 m. Find i it kintentic just before impact ii its intial rebounce velocity and kintentic and show the working.

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  1. a. V^2 = Vo^2 + 2g*h = 0 + 19.6*5 = 98, V = 9.90 m/s.

    Ek = 0.5M*V^2 = 500*98 = 49,000 J.

    b. V^2 = Vo^2 + 2g*h.
    0 = Vo^2 - 19.6*25, Vo = 22.1 m/s.

    Ek =

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  2. Ek = 0.5M*V^2 = 500*490 = 245,000 J.

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  3. Ek=1/2mv2

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  4. I dont really understand the solving.

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  5. M=1000g
    1000g to kg=1000/1000=1kg
    h1=5m
    h2=25m
    g= 10m/s^2
    Kinetic energy before impact
    K.E= 1/2mv^2
    U=0
    V= don't know
    So we use the equation of motion
    V^2=U^2+2gh
    V^2=0^2+2×10×5
    V^2=100
    V=√100=10m/s
    K.E=1/2×1×10×10=50j

    (ii) it's initial rebounds velocity and the kinetic energy
    Remember that h2=25m
    So we use the equation of motion again to get our v
    V^2=U^2+2gh2
    V^2=0^2+2×10×25
    V^2=500
    V=√500= 22.14m/s
    So the kinetic energy becomes
    1/2×1×22.14×22.14=245.0898j

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  6. Is u the initial velocity

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  7. Good one.👋🏼👋🏼

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