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When a bullet is fired from a gun, what is true about the momentum? The gun has more momentum than the bullet, so the momentum is not conserved. The bullet and gun have equal momenta in opposite directions, so the system’s momentum is conserved. The bullet has more momentum than the gun, so the momentum is not conserved. The bullet and the gun have equal momenta in the same direction, so the system’s momentum is conserved.

These are 3 questions and 3 answers. Question 1. Answer: I = 0.01 A Explanation: a) Data: i) Type of circuit: series ii) R₁ = 100 Ω ii) R₂ = 100 Ω iii) V = 2 V iv) I = ? b) Formulas i) Equivalent resistance, R = R₁ + …

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According to the collision theory and model created to explain the collision theory, what two factors must be satisfied for a given collision to be successful and result in the production of products? correct molecular shape and momentum. correct position and maximum potential. correct density and threshold velocity. correct orientation and sufficient energy.

According to the collision theory and model created to explain the collision theory, what two factors must be satisfied for a given collision to be successful and result in the production of products? correct molecular shape and momentum. correct position and maximum potential. correct density and threshold velocity. correct orientation …

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Four soccer players are running down the field at the same speed. Player one weighs 145 pounds and is running toward the north goal, Player two weighs 175 pounds and is running toward the south goal, Player three weighs 155 pounds and is running towards the south goal and player four weighs 185 pounds and is running towards the north goal. which player has the most momentum

Answer: a) The time the police officer required to reach the motorist was 15 s. b) The speed of the officer at the moment she overtakes the motorist is 30 m/s c) The total distance traveled by the officer was 225 m. Explanation: The equations for the position and velocity …

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