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November 14 Physics
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In: A volleyball player tosses a .5 kg volleyball 1 meter in the air. How much work did she do? How fast is it going when it comes back down to her hand?
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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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A tennis player hits a .05 kg ball with a force of 1000 N. How far do they have to keep the racket on the ball to give it 500 joules of energy? How fast would it be going?
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Unformatted text preview: How high would it go if they hit it straight up? How much force would the ground give it if it stopped it in .1 m? A basketball player shoots a free throw, but only bends his arms .4 meters. If he wants the .8 kg ball to go up 3 meters, how much force does he have to give it? How fast does he have to throw it? Conservation of Energy problem set Out What is the most important thing to remember about the law of conservation of energy?...
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