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ME 104: Homework 6 Prof. Karl Hedrick: University of California, Berkeley Due Monday, October, 26th
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Chapter 14, Solution 1 An airline employee tosses two suitcases, of mass 15 kg and 20 kg, respectively, onto a 25-kg baggage carrier in rapid succession. Knowing that the carrier is initially at rest and that the employee imparts a 3-m/s horizontal velocity to the 15-kg suitcase and a 2-m/s horizontal velocity to the 20-kg suitcase, determine the final velocity of the baggage carrier if the first suitcase tossed onto the carrier is ( a ) the 15-kg suitcase, ( b ) the 20-kg suitcase.
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Chapter 14, Problem 5 A bullet is fired with a horizontal velocity of 1500 ft/s through a 6-lb block A and becomes embedded in a 4.95-lb block B . Knowing that blocks A and B start moving with velocities of 5 ft/s and 9 ft/s, respectively, determine ( a ) the weight of the bullet, ( b ) its velocity as it travels from block A to block B .
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Chapter 14, Problem 19 Car A was traveling east at high speed when it collided at Point O with car B , which was traveling north at 72 km/h. Car C , which was traveling west at 90 km/h, was 10 m east and 3 m north of Point
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