Unformatted text preview: 98 Chapt. 10 Collisions a) v rel , f = v 2 rel , i . b) v rel , f = 2 v rel , i . c) v rel , f = − 2 v rel , i . d) v rel , f = 1 2 v rel , i . e) v rel , f = − v rel , i . 010 qmult 00850 1 1 5 easy memory: ball bounces off wall 9. A ball hits a wall with an incident angle of 30 ◦ measured from a normal to the wall. Consider the normal as a pole: angles measured from the pole are polar angles; those around the pole are azimuthal angles. The ball rebounds at polar angle: a) 30 ◦ in a plane PERPENDICULAR to the one defined by the incident path and the normal. b) 30 ◦ , but in a random azimuthal direction. c) 60 ◦ , but in a random azimuthal direction. d) 60 ◦ in a plane PERPENDICULAR to the one defined by the incident path and the normal. e) 30 ◦ in the plane DEFINED by the incident path and the normal. 010 qmult 10200 2 5 2 moderate math: goats, completely inelastic coll. fullmult 10....
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This note was uploaded on 11/16/2011 for the course PHY 2053 taught by Professor Buchler during the Fall '06 term at University of Florida.
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