Physics 6C: Momentum & Impulse Practice

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Physics (2017)

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- Q1A hammer strikes a nail with a 10 N force for 0.01 seconds. Calculate the impulse of the hammer. (I=Ft)0.01 Ns1.0 Ns0.10 Ns10 Ns120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q2What is the magnitude of velocity for a 2,000 kg car possessing 3,000 kg·m/s of momentum? (p=mv)5,000 m/s1.5 m/s6,000,000 m/s1000 m/s120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q3What is the mass of a baseball thrown at 25 m/s resulting in a momentum of 10 kg·m/s? (p=mv)0.4 kg10 kg2.5 kg250 kg120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q4Which of the following has the LEAST amount of momentum? (p=mv).01 kg mass moving at 200 m/s100 kg mass moving at 3 m/s1 kg mass moving at 35 m/s2,000 kg mass moving at 0.1 m/s120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q5A force of 500 N is exerted on a baseball by the bat for 0.001 s. What is the change in the momentum of the baseball? (I=Ft)5 kg m/s400 kg m/s50 kg m/s0.5 kg m/s120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
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- Q9Find the momentum of a 90 kg man on a 15 kg bike traveling 14 m/s to the right. (p=mv)210 kgm/s1470 kgm/s1260 kgm/s7.5 kgm/s120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q10How much impulse is added when a force of 159 N is applied to the left for 2.5 seconds? (I=Ft)-397.5 Ns63.6 Ns397.5 Ns350 Ns120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q11What is the momentum of a 5400 kg cart moving right at 16.35 m/s? (p=mv)88,290 kgm/s330.28 kgm/s-88,290 kgm/s-200 kgm/s120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
- Q12What is the momentum of a 3.5 x 10^3 kg rocket traveling up at 15.6 m/s? (p=mv)-54600 kgm/s54.6 kgm/s54,600 kgm/s200 kgm/s120s112.39.c.6.cEditDelete
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