03/16/21

A .1kg hockey puck is sliding along the ice with an initial velocity of 6 m/s when a player strikes it with his stick, causing it to speed up and travel with a velocity of 22m/s after.

A .1kg hockey puck is sliding along the ice with an initial velocity of 6 m/s when a player strikes it with his stick, causing it to speed up and travel with a velocity of 22m/s after. If the stick... more

03/16/21

a .08kg bullet travelling at 713m/s strikes a 2.4kg block of wood sitting at rest. The bullet is imbedded in the block. Assuming no friction, what is the resultant velocity of the block?

a .08kg bullet travelling at 713m/s strikes a 2.4kg block of wood sitting at rest. The bullet is imbedded in the block. Assuming no friction, what is the resultant velocity of the block?

03/07/21

Physics Question

A rock is thrown at 12 m/s at and angle of 60 degrees above horizontal. (use g+9.8m/s^2)A) How high does the rock rise?B) How long is it in the air if it falls to the same elevation at which it was... more

03/06/21

hELPP PLZZZ urgentt

1. When an object experiences uniform circular motion, the direction of the acceleration isA) in the same direction as the velocity vector.B) in the opposite direction of the velocity vector.C) is... more

02/10/21

How to solve these Newtons Law equations.

Question 4.1a:The block shown in the figure is sliding along a frictionless horizontal surface The block's mass is m = 4.85 kg,the magnitude of the applied force is F = 20.5 N,and the angle of the... more

02/10/21

Rotational Statistics- Physics

I've been at this question for hours and I can't figure it out, PLEASE HELP!A 380.5 N child and a 259.3 N child sit on either end of a 2.9 m long seesaw.a) How far from the 380.5 N child should the... more

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