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Physics 7B Section C

 


 

Quiz #3

 

5/14/2014

 


 

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A teacup with a mass of 360g is accidentally dropped straight down to a hard floor, and upon impact it breaks into three

 

pieces, which have masses of 60g, 100g, and 200g, all of which scatter horizontally (they don?t bounce upward) from the

 

point of impact. After a very short time, the 60g piece is 1.0m due east from the point of impact, and the 100g piece is

 

0.8m north of the point of impact. [Assume that all the pieces originate from the point of impact, and that the friction

 

force by the floor on the pieces of the cup is negligible.]

 


 

a.

 


 

Fill-in the momentum charts below for each of the three components of the momentum of the cup system using the

 

initial time of just before impact with the floor, and the final time of ?a very short time? later, as indicated above.

 

Use the compass directions shown in the formula bar above for the north-south and east-west charts.

 


 


 

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Explain how you are able to determine relative scales of momentum for the three pieces from the information you

 

have been given (you should have attempted to reflect these relative scales in your charts above).

 


 


 

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Use your momentum charts to find the distance of the 200g piece from the point of impact at the same final time

 

indicated above, and the direction this piece is moving, measured in degrees as a counter-clockwise angle from due

 

north.?

 


 

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Three forces act on a 4.0kg object in different directions in the horizontal plane for a period of time of 8.0s. A force

 

diagram (top view) for this object is provided below (the arrows are not drawn to scale). During this time, the object

 

moves at a constant speed of 3.5m/s to the right (its direction of motion is aligned with the direction of the force vector

 


 

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of the force vectors  F2 and  F3 . Show all your work.

 


 

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