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Unformatted text preview: Kevin Lee Period 5 Chapter 9,10,11 Scrapbook Chapter 9 In this picture, I am snowboarding down a slope. As I have mass and am moving at a certain velocity, I have linear momentum in this picture, defined by multiplying my mass by the velocity vector. When I collide with someone on the slope while snowboarding down, I will have impulse due to the force exerted on me by the other person in the collision. My impulse would be equal to the average force times the duration of the collision. However, if there had been no collisions between me and if I successfully came down the slope without any mishap, I would be isolated and with no external force upon me, the linear momentum of the system will remain constant and the initial linear momentum and the final linear momentum will be the same. Chapter 10 In this picture, my friend Jenny is rotating her arms in revolutions with a cell phone in her hands. It takes her 1 revolution to make a circle and the angular displacement in this case would be 1 revolution, or 360...
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- Spring '06