Question

**A 75 g bullet is shot at a initial horizontal velocity
of 150 m/s and makes a completely inelastic collision with a 4.0 kg
block of wood connected to a hanging pendulum. What is the maximum
height the pendulum, containing the combined mass of the bullet and
block of wood, reaches?**

Answer #1

A bullet with mass m(lowercase m) is fired into a block of wood
with mass M(uppercase M), suspended like a pendulum, and makes a
completely inelastic collision with it. After the impact of the
bullet, the block swings up to a maximum height h. Given the values
of h = 5.00 cm = 0.0500 m, m = 6.75 g = 0.00675 kg, and M = 2.50
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(b)...

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