P6.CD Progress Check 2

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Physics (2017)

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112.39.c.6.d

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- Q1What variables are given in the above situation?v=9.8m/s, p=25kgm/sv=9.8m/s, p=10kgm/sv=25m/s, p=10kgm/sv=10m/s, p=25kgm/s120s112.39.c.6.d
- Q2What equation is necessary to solve for the mass of the baseball?e=mc^2J=FtF=map=mv120s112.39.c.6.d
- Q3What is the mass of the baseball?0.4kg2.5kg250kg10kg120s112.39.c.6.d
- Q4How would the mass be affected if the velocity and momentum were both doubled?one fourthquadrupledoublesame120s112.39.c.6.d
- Q5According to the conservation of momentum, if the ball were to collide elastically with another ball of equal mass coming from the opposite direction at the same speed, what would happen after the collision?Both balls stick together and lose all of their velocity and begin to drop.The balls stick together and fly in one direction with less velocity.One ball bounces back with a higher speed than the other.Both balls bounce back with the same velocity.120s112.39.c.6.d