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# MOM.A

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Copy # ______ Version AAP Quiz - IMPULSE, MOMENTUM, & COLLISIONSWork out the following problems showing sufficient detail so that I can follow your reasoning- if any. BOX ALL ANSWERS.As shown in the sketch at the right, two small spheres of mass0.05 kg and 0.10 kg are suspended 1.0 meter below the ceiling byvertical strings so that they touch. The 0.05 kg sphere is pulledaside until its string makes an angle of 60
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with the vertical andreleased from rest.. It swings down and strikes the 0.10 kg sphere.After the impact, the 0.05 kg sphere is at rest.I.Determine the speed of the 0.05 kg sphere just before itstrikes the 0.10 kg sphere.II.Determine the speed of the 0.10 kg sphere just after it is struck by the 0.05 kgsphere.III.Show that the collision is not elastic.IV.Determine the energy dissipated as heat and sound during the collision.In a second trial, the 0.05 kg mass is released from a different initial angle and again strikesthe 0.10 kg sphere. This time a spot of super-duper glue on one of the spheres causes thecollision to be perfectly inelastic. Immediately after the collision the speed of the spheres is1.30 m/s.V.Determine speed of the 0.05 kg sphere just before it strikes the 0.10 kg sphere.VI.Determine the maximum angle that the string attached to the 0.10 kg sphere makeswith the vertical.
1.0 m0.10 kg0.05 kg

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