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A body looses half of its velocity while penetrating 3 cm into a wooden block, then how much will it penetrate more before finally coming to rest. Please explain

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  1. pratyush5
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    @ashwinjohn3 @yrelhan4 @uri

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  2. pratyush5
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    i have got the answer but i want to know a proper method

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  3. yrelhan4
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    newtons law of motion will do it for you!

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    i used v^2 - u^2 = 2as

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    i just need to know what should i take for acceleration or should i ignore it

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    u must find the acceleration dude....

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  7. ashwinjohn3
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    Ok....Acceleration is negative since it is slowing down.....

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    ya sure

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    here v=u/2,and use the equation v^2=u^2-2as

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    then u will get accelration

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    then finally equate v=0,a=obtained from above and find s!!!

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    since here the question asked is "how much more will it penetrate" initial velocity=u/2...

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    i am getting a= -u^2/8

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    is dat right ?

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    yup..

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    yup....

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    there fore the equation for finding "s" should be|dw:1359144797548:dw| right

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    so i get s=1 cm

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    i got that too...

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    correection |dw:1359144893116:dw|

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    thnku all

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    your welcome....

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    yes.. i was wondering whats wrong. so s=4cm. it penetrates 1cm more.

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