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L9-LinIm-Mom - Lesson 9 Linear Impulse and Momentum Fall 08...

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Lesson 9 Linear Impulse and Momentum Fall 08 Student Advice: “Struggle with the homework. Do homework with a friend or two.” “Watch the powerpoint examples each day before class and then read the book if you have time. The examples explain the material better than the book does. Keep yer wits about ye, lest ye be sunk in the foggy mire of dynamics.”
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Work on Probs from Wed
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Norris Hall
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Admin Project #1 Posted later today THW due Monday On bottom – write what you think are the exact deliverables for Project #1
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Lesson Objectives 1. Derive the linear impulse momentum equation from Newton’s second law. 2. Define and calculate linear impulse and momentum. 3. Solve particle kinetics problems relating time, force, and velocity using the impulse – momentum approach
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Combined Approach Problems
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Questions about EX9.1? 3/216 The 1.62 oz golf ball is struck with a five iron and acquires a velocity of 150 ft/sec in a time period of 0.001 sec. Determine the magnitude R of the average force exerted by the club on the ball.
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This note was uploaded on 01/22/2011 for the course ME 212 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '05 term at Cal Poly.

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L9-LinIm-Mom - Lesson 9 Linear Impulse and Momentum Fall 08...

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