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    Linear Momentum and Collisions - two questions

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    A.) In a collision, the time of impact is 36.02 milliseconds and the average force is 518.83 newtons. To the nearest hundredth of a joule*sec what is the impulse?

    b.) If the mass of the ball is 3.34 and its velocity before collision is 3.86 m/s, to the nearest hundredth of a m/s, what is its velocity after collision?

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    Please refer to the attached file. Cheers.

    a) Given:
    t = 36.02 ms
    = 0.03602 s
    F = 518.83 N

    Impulse = F  ...

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    Questions on linear momentum and collisions to calculate the impulse and velocity.

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