# Q5 - You release the bowling ball onto the ice where it...

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Physics 7B Quiz 5 Grade: DL Section: Name: _______________________ ID: _______________________ I certify by my signature that I will abide by the code of academic conduct of the University of California. Signature No books or notes. Calculators OK. Show all your work below. Answers alone do not receive credit! You are skating at 2 m/s on frictionless ice, carrying a bowling ball of course. (You haven’t tried ice bowling?) Your mass is 80 kg, and that of the bowling ball is 20 kg.

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Unformatted text preview: You release the bowling ball onto the ice, where it slides frictionlessly too. 1) (2.0 pts) Draw a momentum chart of the system of you and the bowling ball. From the chart, determine the change in the momentum of you and the ball. 2) (2.5 pts) If instead you had given the ball a push such that its final velocity was 3 m/s, what would your final velocity be? Use the momentum chart to determine this. momentum: p = m v impulse = change in momentum 2 3...
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