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Two ice pucks (one orange and one blue) of equal mass are involved in a perfectly elastic glancing collision as shown in the figures below. The orange puck is initially moving to the right at voi = 8.00 m/s, strikes the initially stationary blue puck, and moves off in a direction that makes an angle of θ = 39.0° with the horizontal axis while the blue puck makes an angle of ϕ = 51.0° with this axis as in the second figure. Note that for an elastic collision of two equal masses, the separation angle θ + ϕ = 90.0°. Determine the speed of each puck after the collision in meters per second. v0f= _________ Vbf=___________

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Two ice pucks (one orange and one blue) of equal mass are
involved in a perfectly elastic glancing collision as shown in the
figures below. The orange puck is initially moving to the right at
voi = 8.00 m/s, strikes the initially stationary blue puck, and
moves off in a direction that makes an angle of θ = 39.0° with the
horizontal axis while the blue puck makes an angle of ϕ = 51.0°
with this axis as in the...

Two ice pucks (one orange and one blue) of equal mass are
involved in a perfectly elastic glancing collision as shown in the
figures below. The orange puck is initially moving to the right at
voi = 7.35 m/s, strikes the initially stationary blue puck, and
moves off in a direction that makes an angle of ? = 38.0° with the
horizontal axis while the blue puck makes an angle of ? = 52.0°
with this axis as in the...

Two shuffleboard disks of equal mass, one orange and the other
green, are involved in a perfectly elastic glancing collision. The
green disk is initially at rest and is struck by the orange disk
moving initially to the right at vOi =
5.55 m/s as in Figure a, shown below. After the collision, the
orange disk moves in a direction that makes an angle of θ
= 38.0° with the horizontal axis while the green disk makes an
angle of...

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moves along a direction that makes an angle of 35.0° with its
initial direction of motion. The velocities of the two disks are
perpendicular after the collision. Determine the final speed of
each disk....

Two shuffleboard disks of equal mass, one orange and the other
yellow, are involved in an elastic, glancing collision. The yellow
disk is initially at rest and is struck by the orange disk moving
with a speed vi. After the collision, the
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with its initial direction of motion. The velocities of the two
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Two identical pucks collide on an air hockey table. One puck was
originally at rest. If the incoming puck has a velocity of 7.10 m/s
along the +x-axis and scatters to an angle of 36.0° above the
+x-axis, what is the velocity (magnitude and direction) of the
second puck? (You may use the result that θ1 −
θ2 = 90° for elastic collisions of objects that have
identical masses.)
Velocity (magnitude) =
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What is the...

Two identical pucks collide on an air hockey table. One puck was
originally at rest. If the incoming puck has a velocity of 6.50 m/s
along the +x-axis and scatters to an angle of 32.0° above the
+x-axis.
A) What is the velocity (magnitude and direction) of the second
puck? (You may use the result that θ1 − θ2 = 90° for elastic
collisions of objects that have identical masses.)
Velocity (magnitude) = _______ Velocity (direction) = ________
below +x-axis...

1) Consider an object of mass m1 =
0.425 kg moving with a uniform speed of 6.65 m/s on a frictionless
surface. This object makes an elastic head-on collision with
another object of mass m2 = 0.555
kg which is initially at rest. (a) Find the speed of
m1 immediately after collision. (b)
Find the speed of m2 immediately after
collision.
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an incline surface that makes...

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Answer 1 of 2:
Answer 2 of 2:
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If the objects have masses m1 = 1.69 kg and
m2 = 4.04 kg, what are the final velocities of the
objects after...

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