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magnitude 6 ﬁ/s strikes sphere B, (RB = 2.0 in.
and W3 = 1.6 lb) which is initially at rest. Both
spheres are hanging from identical light ﬂexible
cords. The coefﬁcient of restitution is COR = 0.8. The angle Gshown is 22.62’. The subscript 2 indicates the instant just after the impact. a) Find the unit normal vector en as shown. b) Find the nonnal component of the initial linear momentum of the system A and B, L1“. 0) Find the normal component of the linear momentum of the system A and B, just after the impact (LZn) in terms of the unknown velocity magnitudes VA; and sz. ’ I? 5' @4‘ (1) Find VA; and 1232. ﬁzz: ﬂﬂ5¢3 F7 WWW V5211 9” VEZ
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instant of time when the bullet is
between the blocks, and subscript 3 when the bullet is embedded in
block B. The blocks A and B
start moving with velocities of 3
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This note was uploaded on 04/06/2009 for the course ENGR 2090 taught by Professor Johntichy during the Spring '09 term at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute.
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