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10_25_Pendulum_Block_2 - How far does the block slide on...

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Physics 211 10/25 HW Handout Due Wednesday 10/30 Fall 2002 Pendulum and Block 1) A 18 kg block is at rest on a table with a coefficient of kinetic friction μ k = 0.2. A 3 kg ball on a string swings down from rest and collides with the block. The ball bounces back and returns to one half its original height.
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Unformatted text preview: How far does the block slide on the table before coming to a stop? Hints: Use energy to find ∆ v of the ball during the instant of collision. Use momentum to find v of the block the instant after the collision. Use energy to find how far the block slides. 2 m...
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