anonymous
  • anonymous
Object A with a mass of 1.5 kilograms is moving with a velocity of +11.2 meters/second (moving in the +x direction). It has a perfectly elastic collision with stationary object B that has a mass of 4.5 kilograms. After the collision, object B travels with a velocity of +5.6 meters/second. What is the final velocity for object A?
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anonymous
  • anonymous
please someone helppp !!!! Physics its super hard
anonymous
  • anonymous
A bus and a car have an inelastic head-on collision. The bus has a mass of 1.5 × 103 kilograms and an initial velocity of +20 meters/second. The car has a mass of 9.5 × 102 kilograms and an initial velocity of -26 meters/second. What is their total momentum after the collision? helpppppppp pleaseeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
anonymous
  • anonymous
Because of the conservation of linear momentum in your problem, we have P(initial)=P(final)=m1v1+m2v2

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anonymous
  • anonymous
That's ok?
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