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A 1200-kg sportscar is heading east at 75 km/h toward the east when it collides with a 3350-kg truck traveling south at 50 km/h and they stick together upon collison. Both vehicles were driverless cars, so nobody was injured in this collision. What is the direction of motion of the wreckage after collision?

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a car of 1500 kilograms traveling at 90 km/h toward the East
suddenly hits a 3000 kg car traveling at 60 km/h toward the south.
The two cars stick together after the collision. What is the
direction of motion

Two dimensional collision problem. At an intersection, car A is
heading east at 90 km/h. Car A has a mass of 1500-kg. Car B is
heading south at 60km/h. Car B has a mass of 3000 kg. If they stick
together, what is the direction of motion of the cars after
collision?

A 900-kg car traveling east at 15.0 m/s collides with a 750-kg
car traveling north at 20.0 m/s. The cars stick together. What is
the speed of the wreckage just after the collision? In what
direction does the wreckage move just after the collision?

A 940 kg car traveling east at 12.3 m/s collides with a 670 kg
car traveling north at 20.3 m/s . The cars stick together. Assume
that any other unbalanced forces are negligible.
A) In what direction does the wreckage move just after the
collision?
B) What is the speed of the wreckage just after the
collision?

A 1,900 kg vehicle traveling east on Anderson Avenue at 59.0
km/hr collides with a 3,800 kg vehicle traveling north across
Anderson Avenue at 21.0 km/hr. If they stick together on collision,
what is the magnitude and direction of their velocity just after
colliding?
__________ km/hr
__________ ° north of east.

a 1500 kg car moving east with a velocity V collides at an
intersection with a 3000.0 kg truck moving south with a speed of
13.5m/s. After the vehicles stick together and the wreckage makes
an angle of 50 degrees north of east. The truck driver claims that
the car was speeding, the speed limit is 30miles/hr. Was the car
speeding? explain with facts

A car of mass 950 kg travelling north at 50 km/h collides with a
car of mass 1350 kg going south at 45 km/h in a completely
inelastic collision (i.e. they stick together). Determine the
velocity of the car/car combination immediately after the
collision. (North is the positive direction and south is the
negative direction.)
km/h

880 kilogram car traveling East at 15 meters per
second collides with a 750 kg car traveling north at 20 meters per
second the cars stick together. in what direction does the wreckage
move just after the Collision.
please show all work so I can actually learn this.
thanks.

A Cadillac of mass 2220 kg going east collides with a Geo of
mass 1210 kg headed north at 25 km/h on a level highway. The cars
remain tangled and slide to rest, producing a skid mark 35 m in
length. The coefficient of kinetic friction for the tires on the
road is 0.2.
How fast was the wreckage (tangled cars) moving right after
collision?
km/h
What is the direction of the skid mark?
° north of east
How fast...

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collides with car B of mass 1,596 kg which is traveling at 14.6 m/s
at 71.4 degrees N of W. The two cars stick together after the
collision. What is the magnitude of the final velocity of the
cars?

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