You slide a block with a mass of m down an incline plane with a height of h that has a length of L. If there is a kinetic friction f acting on the object as it slides down the incline then...

You slide a block with a mass of m down an incline plane with a height of h that has a length of L. If there is a kinetic friction f acting on the object as it slides down the incline then...

1. Compared to a marble released from a height of .5 m, a marble released from a height of 1 m has: a) More SPE at the top of the fall b) More KE at the top of the fall c) More...

Question: As the speed of a bicycle moving along a level horizontal surface changes from 2 m/s to 4 m/s, the magnitude of the bicycle's: Multiple Choice: a. total energy remains...

A 4.25-kg block is sent up a ramp inclined at an angle θ = 31.5° from the horizontal. It is given an initial velocity v0 = 15.0 m/s up the ramp. Between the block and the ramp, the coefficient of...

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Ball A of mass 5 kilograms moving at 20 meters per second collides with ball B of unknown mass moving at 10 meters per second in the same direction. A car traveling at 20 m/s has 1,000...

Calculate the rest energy and the kinetic energy of: a) A 100g ball travelling with the speed of 100m/s b) An electron travelling at a speed of 0.999c. Which one has greater...

Calculate the rest energy and the kinetic energy of: a) A 100g ball travelling with the speed of 100m/s b) An electron travelling at a speed of 0.999c. Which one has greater rest energy...

Find your car's velocity before the collision. (Hint: use GPE = KE. The height of the ramp is 1m.) Show all your work. How is your egg able to get rid of its kinetic energy? How does the design of...

A cart with a mass of M is traveling at a velocity of V. a) What happens to the cart's kinetic energy when the mass of the cart triples? b) What happens to the cart's kinetic energy...

Two balls collide in a totally inelastic collision. The first ball has twice the mass of the second. The first ball has velocity v (to the right), and the second has velocity −v (to the left). What...

A person with a mass of 60.0 kg is traveling at 18 m/s. a) How much kinetic energy does this person have? b) How much work is required to stop the person? c)...

A small ball has a mass of 5.0 x 10-8 kg and a charge of 0.0 x 10-5 C. It enters a box with an initial speed of 1.2 x 104 m/s. The point where the charge leaves the box is at a voltage 350 kV higher...

Kinetic theory a. What is the average kinetic energy of a monatomic gas at a temperature of 354 K? b. If this is Ne gas (neon has 20 nucleons) what is the root-mean-squared speed...

Kinetic theory a. What is the average kinetic energy of a monatomic gas at a temperature of 354 K? b. If this is Ne gas (neon has 20 nucleons) what is the root-mean-squared speed...

Kinetic theory a. What is the average kinetic energy of a monatomic gas at a temperature of 354 K? b. If this is Ne gas (neon has 20 nucleons) what is the root-mean-squared speed...

Dart hits wheel. In terms of m, M, v0, and R (of wheel), find: A) angular speed of wheel B) ratios of initial and final kinetic energies

In physics, transitional kinetic energy E(in joules) is given by the equation: E=1/2mv2,where m represents mass(in kilograms), and v the velocity (in meters per second). Find the velocity of a thrown...

Question: At a water park, Hugo climbs a 15.00m springboard, in 22.00s, to execute his famous THUNDER CANNON BALL. Hugo jumps up at 6.000m/s [up] off the end of the diving board and propels his mass,...

Question: At a water park, Hugo climbs a 15.00m springboard, in 22.00s, to execute his famous THUNDER CANNON BALL. Hugo jumps up at 6.000m/s [up] off the end of the diving board and propels his mass,...