In the marble-cup momentum lab, the velocity (speed) of the marble was increased by....
If a body have mass 20kg and its moving along x-axis with 10m/s. another body have mass 50 kg and it rest along the same direction. after collision what is the velocity of the first body
Which of the following is the correct formula for calculating momentum of moving objects?
A 10 kg body moving with 33m/s and the another body is moving with 55m/s with mass 2kg both body's collide with one other this is an completely inelastic collision. what is the final velocity after the collision
When objects become tangled or stick together it is called an ________collision.
Which of the following variables was assumed constant in both parts of the momentum lab where moving marbles moved an inverted plastic cup
A blue billiard ball is moving at speed "v" towards a red ball of the same mass standing still. Assuming it is an elastic collision, after hitting the red ball, the blue one:
Two skaters stand facing each other. One skater's mass is 60 kg, and the other's mass is 72 kg. If the skaters push away from each other without spinning,
How can the momentum of a moving object be increased?
What one characteristics of a bullet gives it its large momentum
when fired from a hand-gun?
The unit for the quantity "MOMENTUM" is __________ in the metric system.
A 0.2 kg red cue ball rolling at 1.4 m/s elastically collides directly with a 0.2 kg 9-Ball at rest.Which of the following is true?
What could be the momentum of a 1,300-kg car that moves at 4 m/s?
How can defined change in momentum
A ball of mass 3kg is moving to the right with velocity 3m/s and a ball of mass 1kg is moving to the left with velocity 2m/s. we can use the principle of conservation of mass to determine the velocity of the other ball after the collision.
Because of the principle of conservation of momentum, a rocket can get rid of its empty stages