7BW11Quiz3Csolns-1 - has a mass of 80 kg the snow ball has...

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Unformatted text preview: has a mass of 80 kg, the snow ball has a mass of 10 kg and is travelling at 10 m/s. a.(6 pts.) What is Dr. C's new velocity (assume he does not fall)? Show all your work and explain your physics. Jet st no dirtaion cha t , -b. (2 pts.) Dr. C. now tosses a 5 kg mass back at the student. What happens to his velocity? Explain (A couple of equations and a sentence or two, but you do not have to do any numerical calculations). . mr, Nt rAum 5(1.1so conitroal i A-1/2\ g s Mal StelotA miry.= Au. n v\i-ho. .) mont akkum thik\ niemAtbtluns. -Crow, rtvious rd. +a CDOestryt front-v.4.n >134CDtc. Attlorib .incratiejt a DT- C'S Vtl004,3 wal %fiCrax.s e-A • • Cal...
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This note was uploaded on 04/17/2011 for the course PHY 7b taught by Professor Taylor during the Winter '08 term at UC Davis.

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