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Practice Problem #1 – page 204

A compact car, mass of 725 kg, is moving at 100 km/hr towards the east. What is the magnitude and direction of its momentum?

A second car with a mass of 2175kg has the same momentum. What is its velocity?

Practice Problem #2 – page 204

The driver of the compact car suddenly applies the brakes hard for 2.0s. As a result, an average force of 5000N is exerted on the car to slow it. What is the impulse on the car?

What is the velocity of the car now?

(From previous problem m=725 kg v=100 km/hr.)

Practice Problem #4 – page 205

The driver accelerates a 240.0kg snowmobile, which results in a force being exerted that speeds the snowmobile up from 6.00m/s to 28.0m/s over a time interval of 60.0s.

What is the snowmobile’s change in momentum?

What is the impulse on the snowmobile?

What is the average force exerted?

Is the momentum of a car traveling south different from that of the same car when it travels north at the same speed?

Which has more momentum, a supertanker dry-docked or a raindrop falling?

If you jump off a table, you let your legs bend at the knees as your feet hit the floor. Explain why you do this using the physics concepts introduced in this chapter.

Practice Problem #7 – page 210 as your feet hit the floor. Explain why you do this using the physics concepts introduced in this chapter.

Two freight cars, each with a mass of 30,000 kg, collide. One was initially moving at 2.2m/s; the other was at rest. They stick together. What is their final speed?

Practice Problem #8 – page 210 as your feet hit the floor. Explain why you do this using the physics concepts introduced in this chapter.

A 0.105 kg hockey puck moving at 24m/s is caught and held by a 75 kg goalie at rest. With what speed does the goalie slide on the ice?

Practice Problem #10 – page 210 as your feet hit the floor. Explain why you do this using the physics concepts introduced in this chapter.

A 35g bullet moving at 475m/s strikes a 2.5kg wooden block that is at rest. The bullet passes through the block, leaving at 275m/s. How fast is the block moving when the bullet leaves?

Practice Problem #12 – page 210 as your feet hit the floor. Explain why you do this using the physics concepts introduced in this chapter.

A 0.50kg ball traveling at 6.0m/s collides head-on with a 1.00kg ball moving in the opposite direction at a speed of 12.0m/s. The 0.50kg ball bounces backward at 14m/s after the collision. Find the speed of the second ball after the collision.

Two soccer players come from opposite directions and collide when trying to head the ball. They come to rest in mid-air and fall to the ground. What can you say about their initial momentum?

During a tennis serve, the racket continues forward after hitting the ball. Is momentum conserved in the collision? Explain.

You catch a heavy ball while you are standing on a skateboard, and roll backward. If you were standing on the ground, however, you would be able to avoid moving. How?

A pitcher throws a fastball to the catcher. Assuming the speed of the ball doesn’t change in flight, which player exerts the larger impulse on the ball?

Which player exerts the larger force?

The cue ball travels across the pool table and collides with the stationary eight-ball. The two balls have equal mass. After the collision, the cue ball is at rest. What must be true regarding the speed of the eight-ball?

Is it possible for an object to obtain a larger impulse from a smaller force than it does from a larger force? How?

You are sitting at a baseball game when a foul ball comes your direction. You prepare to catch it barehanded. In order to catch it safely, should you move your hands toward the ball, hold them still, or move them in the same direction as the moving ball? Explain.

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