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University of California at Berkeley Physics 7 A Section 2 Professor LiD Spring 1994 Second Midterm Examination 9-10 am, 8 April Print Name Discussion Section #- Signature Discussion Se.ction TA Student ID# Problem 1 2 3 TOTAL This exam is closed book, but you are allowed one S"xII" page of notes. Use both sides of pages if needed. Total of 100 points (points for each part indicated at left).

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20pts 5pts 5pts A rectangular block of mass M = 500 g (grams) rests on a horizontal surface. The coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the surface is ~k = 0.2. A bullet of mass m = 2 g fired horizontally strikes the block. The block slides 8; distance L = 1 m before stopping. (a) Find the speed of the bullet before it struck the block (For your calculations use g = 10 m/s1. (b) What percentage of the bullet's original kinetic energy is lost as internal energy? (c) Inspection of the block revealed that the bullet travelled 2 cm into the block before stopping.
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