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# PhysNov15 - A 7 kg bowling ball starts down the lane at 5.5...

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November 15 Physics

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IN: Wile E Coyote pulls back a slingshot 5 meters. The slingshot has a K of 2000 N/m. How fast will the 20 kg coyote be going when he lets go?
Objective: To practice conservation of energy problems. Success criteria: Be able to set up and solve any conservation of energy problem

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Mr. Vredevoogd throws a 7 kg bowling ball down the lane. He begins with the ball held 1.1 m above the ground. He does 30J of work to the ball during his approach. What is the kinetic energy of the ball when it starts down the lane?

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Unformatted text preview: A 7 kg bowling ball starts down the lane at 5.5 m/s. By the time it reaches the end of the 19.16 m lane, it has slowed down to 4.7 m/s. How much work has been done by friction? What is the average force of friction between the lane and the ball? A 7 kg bowling ball hits the pins at a speed of 4.7 m/s. After colliding with the pins, the ball is now traveling at 1.8 m/s. How much energy did the ball transfer to the pins? Conservation of Energy problem set Out What are you going to study for the quiz tomorrow?...
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