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QUESTIONS 1. Calculate the kinetic energy in Joules of the pendulum with the ball embedded in it immediately after the impact. = ( + ) KE 12 M m V2 Heavier Pendulum = . . = . KE 120 3128 kg0 796 ms2 0 0991 J Lighter Pendulum = . . = . KE 120 2626 kg0 975 ms2 0 1248 J Calculate the kinetic energy in Joules of the ball before the impact with the pendulum. = ( + ) KE 12 M m v2 Heavier Pendulum = . . = . KE 120 3128 kg0 3710 ms2 0 0215 J Lighter Pendulum = . . = . KE 120 2626 kg0 3817 ms2 0 0191 J Calculate the following ratio: kinetic energy of the ball before impactkinetic energy of the pendulum and ball immediately after impact Heavier Pendulum . . = . 0 0215 J0 0991 J 0 217 J Lighter Pendulum . . = . 0 0191 J0 1248 J 0 153 J 2. Consider the drag on the pendulum as it lifts the protractor. Does the drag cause the angle
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Unformatted text preview: θ to be smaller or larger than it would be if there were no drag? Drag causes the angle θ to be smaller Does the drag cause the height h to be smaller or larger than what it would be if there were no drag? Since drag causes the angle θ to be smaller and = -h L Lcosθ (L remains constant regardless of drag), Does the drag cause the potential energy gained by the pendulum to be smaller or larger than it would be if there was no drag? Does the drag cause the velocity V of the pendulum to be smaller or larger than what it would be if there were no drag? Does the drag cause the calculated velocity v of the ball to be smaller or larger than what it would be if there were no drag? Θθ...
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This note was uploaded on 03/26/2011 for the course PHY 210 taught by Professor Mcdemus during the Spring '11 term at Lehigh Carbon CC.

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