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Unformatted text preview: Physics 101 Fall 2007: Pledged Problems 8 System of Particles & Momentum Time allowed: 2 hours in one sitting Due: Monday, November 5 at 5PM in the box marked Phys101/102 in the Physics Lounge You may use your own textbook, your notes and a non-programmed calculator. For the purposes of this problem set, you may also use the online solutions to the corresponding suggested problems. You should consult no other help. Please follow the standard format: Write legibly on one side of 8-1/2 white or lightly tinted paper. Staple all sheets (including this one) together in the upper left corner Make one vertical fold. On the outside (staple side up) on successive lines PRINT your last name in CAPITAL letters. PRINT your first name. Print the phrase Pledged Problems 8 and the due date. Print the times at which you started and finished the problems. Write and sign the Pledge, with the understanding you may consult the resources described above. 1. An object at rest on a flat, horizontal surface explodes into two fragments, one seven times as massive as the other. The heavier fragment slides 8.2 m before stopping. How far does the the lighter fragment slide?the other....
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