Physics II workshop_Part_58

Physics II workshop_Part_58 - 2. Strike 2. A hockey puck of...

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118 2. Strike 2. A hockey puck of mass m = 2 kg slides due East at v 1 = 15 m/s. It bumps into the brick as before. Afterwards, the puck slides away to the northeast with velocity v 2 = 10 m s -1 at θ = 30°, and the brick slides to the southeast at V 2 at angle φ . What is the final velocity of the brick (we need a direction here)? Is this an elastic collision (does it conserve kinetic energy)?
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119 Energy and Conservation of Momentum Suppose I have a system of two pucks on an air hockey table, a 5.00 kg block puck initially moving at 3.00 m/s to the right toward a 3.00 kg puck moving initially to the left at 1.00 m/s. Consider different situations with the pucks having the same mass and initial velocities in each situation, but with the pucks being made of different materials in each case. (a) After the collision the velocity of the 5 kg puck is 1.50 m/s to the right. (b) After the collision the velocity of the 5 kg puck is 0.90 m/s to the right. (c) After the collision the velocity of the 5 kg puck is stationary.
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