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The speed of a moving bullet can be determined by allowing the bullet to pass through two rotating paper disks mounted a distance d apart on the same axle (Fig. P10.68). From the angular displacement Δθ of the two bullet holes in the disks and the rotational speed of the disks, we can determine the speed v of the bullet. Find the bullet speed for the following data: d = 55 cm, ω = 850 rev/min, and Δθ = 31.0°. http://www.webassign.net/pse/p10-65.gif

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  1. MuH4hA
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    What exactly is your question? What have you got so far?

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    I m sorry i solved it but thanks for trying to help

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    Good for you. You are very welcome ;)

  4. myname
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    But i have another question if you have time

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    Depends on the question - but I'd say, just post it 'regularly', so others see it, too ;)

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    great

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