Homework Assignment 2 Solutions
Displacement vs. Time Graphs
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Homework Assignment 3 Solutions
Problem 2.33: Air-bag injuries.
During an auto accident, the vehicle's air bags deploy and slow down the passengers more gently than if they had hit the windshield or steering wheel. According to safety standards, the bags
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Physics 6A Practice Final Problems
1) A locomotive engine of mass M is attached to 5 train cars, each of mass M. The engine produces a constant force that moves the train forward at acceleration a. If 3 of the cars are removed, what will be the accelerati
Physics 6A
Practice Final (Fall 2009) solutions
Prepared by Vince Zaccone For Campus Learning Assistance Services at UCSB
1. A locomotive engine of mass M is attached to 5 train cars, each of mass M. The engine produces a constant force that moves the tra
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