How could you increase the number of snowmen destroyed by the sled sliding down

# How could you increase the number of snowmen

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How could you increase the number of snowmen destroyed by the sled sliding down the hill? .D. All of the above.
How could you increase the number of snowmen destroyed by the sled sliding down the hill?
A sled starts at rest with 51,450 J of potential energy. After traveling part of the way down the slope, the sled has 32,781 J of potential energy. If there is no friction, what is the kinetic energy of the sled?
A sled starts at rest with 51,450 J of potential energy. After traveling part of the way down the slope, the sled has 32,781 J of potential energy. If there is no friction, what is the kinetic energy of the sled? A. 18,669 JB. 32,781 JC. 51,450 JD. 84,231 J
What can you say about the potential energy of the two sleds shown below?
What can you say about the potential energy of the two sleds shown below?
What type of wave is shown below?
What type of wave is shown below? A. Transverse waveB. Longitudinal waveC. Combined waveD. Sound wave
What is the amplitude and wavelength of the wave shown below?
What is the amplitude and wavelength of the wave shown below?
What is the amplitude and wavelength of the wave shown below? A. Amplitude: 15 cm; wavelength: 150 cm B. Amplitude: 30 cm; wavelength: 150 cm C. Amplitude: 30 cm; wavelength: 200 cm D. Amplitude: 150 cm; wavelength: 30 cm
What is the amplitude and wavelength of the wave shown below? A. Amplitude: 15 cm; wavelength: 150 cm B. Amplitude: 30 cm; wavelength: 150 cm C. Amplitude: 30 cm; wavelength: 200 cm D. Amplitude: 150 cm; wavelength: 30 cm
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