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(initial height = 0): vt-�g t^2 velocity: v-gt They meet: h - �g t^2=vt-�g t^2 h=vt, so the time of the collision is t=h/v. Next, compare the velocities of the balls: -gt = -2(v-gt) gt = 2v - 2gt 3/2 gt = v 3/2 g(h/v) = v 3/2 gh = v^2 t^2=h^2/v^2=h^2/(3/2 gh)=2/3 h/g h - �g t^2 = h - �g (2/3 h/g) = h - (1/3 h) = 2/3h Thus, the meeting occurs 2/3 the way up the building.

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In time t, the ball A has a speed Va = gt. At the same time the ball B has a speed Vb = U – gt. Vb + Va = U, the speed with which the ball B is thrown up. If Wa and Wb are the speeds after collision, Wa = 2 Wb. Assuming the balls has equal masses, by conservation of momentum, Vb – Va = Wa – Wb = Wb. By conservation of energy, [Vb^2 + Va^2] = Wa^2 + Wb^2 = 5 Wb^2.

81 m/s2)t2 + h => yA = -4. At what fraction of the height of the building does the collision occur? We denote the height of the building as h. the initial position of ball A as yA0. and the speed of A is twice the speed of B.[Vb^2 + Va^2] = 5 Wb^2. the position of ball A as yA. [Vb^2 + Va^2] = [Vb – Va] ^2 + 2 Va Vb 5 Wb^2 = W b^2 +2 Va Vb 2 Wb^2 = Va Vb [Vb +Va]^2 = [Vb – Va] ^2 + 4 Va b U^2 = Wb^2 + 8 Wb^2 = 9 Wb^2 U = 3 Wb Vb + Va = U = 3 Wb Vb – Va = = Wb. yA = -(0. The equation of motion for ball A is the following: yA .… Va^2 = 2gH1 or Wa^2 = 2gH1 U^2 – Vb^2 = 2gH2 or 9 Wb^2 – 4Wb^2 = 5 Wb^2 = 2gH2 H1 /H2 = 1/5 Solution 3 Ball A is dropped from the top of a building at the same instant that ball B is thrown vertically upward from the ground. When the balls collide.81 m/s2 Therefore.yA0 = vA0t .905t2 + h .(0. -------------------------------------. and analogously for ball B.5)gt2 yA0 = h vA0 = 0 g = 9.5)(9. they are moving in opposite directions. Vb = 2Wb and Va = Wa.

it hit me: xA = -4.4. vA = -2vB: vA = -2vB => -9.62t => 2vB0 = 29.715t Since h = vB0t.81 m/s2 Therefore.81 m/s2)t2 => yB = vB0t .5)gt2 yB0 = 0 g = 9.gt => vB = vB0 .905t2 => h = vB0t For ball A: vA = vA0 . vB = vB0 . which is the answer given in the back of the book.81t2 Therefore.gt => vA = -9. . xA / h = 9.81t = -2[vB0 .715t2 Unfortunately.905t2 + h = vB0t .(0.gt vA0 = 0 Therefore.81t2 / (14.The equation of motion for ball B is the following: yB .9.4.905t2 + h = -4.9.5)(9.81t = -2vB0 + 19.81t For ball B: vB = vB0 .(0. vA = .715t2) => xA / h = 2/3 => xA = 2h/3.gt Therefore. Then.81t] => -9. yB = vB0t .905t2 + 14.81t We also know that when yA = yB. I couldn't figure out what to do from this point until I spent the better part of the last hour typing this thread.715t)t = 14.715t2 => xA = 9. we have: h = (14. as I was typing the previous sentence.43t => vB0 = 14.905t2 The two balls collide when yA = yB: yA = yB => -4.yB0 = vB0t .

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