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A ball bearing rolls along a smooth horizontal tabletop, and crashes head-on into a second ball bearing of half its mass. If both ball bearings roll in the x-direction only ...

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elephant on a hydraulic lift with 2m diameter. What is the diameter of the piston the student is standing on? Giancoli P13.39 (modified) How many helium-filled balloons would it take to lift a person? ...

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A ball of mass m and radius r is placed next to a step of height r. 4. What is the force F needed to just lift the ball off the floor? A) 0.5 mg B) 1.41 mg C) 1.73 mg ...

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It collides with a second ball whose mass is 2.0 kg and is stationary. After the collision, the first ball moves, south. Determine the momentum and speed of each ball after the collision ...

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A ball is thrown vertically upward. Neglecting air resistance, which one of the following statements is ... x of a 3.00 kg mass as a function of time due two constant forces 1 F and 2 F causing the mass to slide on a frictionless horizontal surface. Force 1 F x2 F ...

The centre of mass of the block rises by 0.63 m. The wooden block has a mass of 450 g. Determine the speed of the pellet when it strikes the wooden block. [4 marks] ...

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A ball is dropped from rest and collides with the ground. The higher that the ball rises upon collision with the ground, the more elastic that the collision is. ...

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