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An indestructible bullet 2.00 cm long is fired straight through a board that is 10.0 cm thick. The bullet strikes the board with a speed of 460 m/s and emerges with a speed of 300 m/s. (To simplify, assume that the bullet accelerates only while the front tip is in contact with the wood.)

a) what is the average acceleration of the bullet through the board? answer m/s^2
b) What is is the total time that the bullet is in contact with the board? answer s
c)What thickness of board (calculated to 0.1 cm) would it take to stop the bullet, assuming that the acceleration through all boards is the same? answer cm
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A ranger in a national park is driving at 28.0 mi/h when a deer jumps into the road 155 ft ahead of the vehicle. After a reaction time t, the ranger applies the brakes to produce an acceleration of a = -9.00 ft/s2. What is the maximum reaction time allowed if she is to avoid hitting the deer?
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represent the given velocity 230km/h in the direction 2000
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A ball rolls off the top of stair way with a horizontal velocity of magnitude 2 m/s.The steps are 10 cm high and 20 cm wide. if g =10 m/s^2 ,then the ball hits first the edge of which step?
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A spaceship moving with an initial velocity of 58.0 meters/second experiences a uniform acceleration and attains a final velocity of 153 meters/second. What distance has the spaceship covered after 12.0 seconds?

A.

6.96 × 102 meters




B.
1.27 × 103 meters




C.
5.70 × 102 meters




D.
1.26 × 102 meters




E.
6.28 × 102 meters
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Why did you use the height from the release point of the ball to the table top instead of all the way down to the floor?
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a 1600-kg car is traveling at 20 m/s around a curve with a radius of 120m. What is the angular momentum of the car?
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two ways that you can generate electricity in a laboratory to light a small bulb without using a power supply? and how can you make the bulb glow?
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An elevator accelerates upward at 3m/s2 for a brief time. A 500 N woman standing on bathroom scales notices the reading is not what she expected. What fo the scales read?
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a 6kg cart on a level surgacr is pulled at a constant velocity of 2m/s by a constant force of 10 N. What is the acceleration ? What is the friction force opposing the motion?
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