A 7.00 g bullet, when fired from a gun into a 1.00 kg block of wood held in a vice, penetrates the block to a depth of 8.00 cm. If the block had instead been at rest on a frictionless horizontal surface, to what depth would the bullet have penetrated?
A BULLET IS FIRED INTO A BLOCK OF WOOD SITTING ON A BLOCK OF ICE. THE BULLET HAS AN INITAL VELOCITY OF 500M/S AND A MASS OD 0.005KG. THE WOODEN BLOCK HAS A MASS OF 1.2 KG AND IS INITALLY AT REST. THE BULLET REMAINS EMBEDDED INT HE BLOCK OF WOOD AFTERWARD.A. ASSUMING THAT MOMENTUM IS CONSERVED. FIND THE VELOCITY OF THE BLOCK OF WOOD AND BULLET AFTER THE COLLISION.B. WHAT IS THE MAGNITUDE OF THE IMPULSE THAT ACTS ON THE BLOCK OF WOOD IN THIS PROCESS?C. DOES THE CHANGE IN MOMENTUM OF THE BULLET EQUAL THAT OF THE BLOCK OF WOOD? EXPLAIN.*** WHEN ANSWERING THE FORMULAS, PLEASE TELL ME THE FORMULA YOU WILL BE USING BEOFRE DOING THE CALCULATIONS.*** ALSO PLEASE FOR ANSWER C TRY TO GIVE THE ANSWER AS SIMPLIFIED AS POSSIBLE.
a bullet is traveling at 360 m/s. it hits a block of soft wood, which penetrates to a depth of 0.150m. the mass of the bullet is 2.40g. Assume a constant retarding force. a. how much time is required for this bullet to stop? b. What force does the wood exert on the bullet? The solution requires magnitude and direction to completely describe it.
A 3.8 kg block of wood sits on a table. A 3.0 g bullet, fired horizontally at a speed of 460 m/s, goes completely through the block, emerging at a speed of 250 m/s.What is the speed of the block immediately after the bullet exits?
A bullet with a mass of 6.00g is fired through a 1.25kg block of wood on a frictionless surface. The initial speed of the bullet is 896m/s, and the speed of the bullet after it exits the block is 435m/s. At what speed does the block move after the bullet passes through it?I need the calculations used as well as the answer - I don't get it. Thanks!
A heavy wooden block rests on a flat table and a high-speed bullet is fired horizontally into the block, the bullet stopping in it. How far will the block slide before coming to a stop? The mass of the bullet is 10.5 g, the mass of the block is 10.5 kg the bullet’s impact speed is 750 m/s, and the coefficient of kinetic friction between the block and the table is 0.220. (Assume that the bullet does not cause the block to spin.)
A 20g bullet moving at 1000m/s is fired through a one kg block of wood emerging at a spped of 100m/s. What is the change in the kinetic energy of the bullet-blocksystem as a result of the collision assuming the block is free to moveA. 0JB. 9.7kJC. -9.7kJD. -18JE. 18J
a bullet of mass m,with speed v,hits a fixed wooden block and penetrates a distance of l.find the average resistance of the wood.
what is the speed of the block after the collision?
A block of wood (who is suspended by a rope) with a mass of 2Kg moves 10cm from its original position after being struck by a 12g bullet, what's the velocity of the bullet?
A bullet (m = 0.0250 kg) is fired with a speed of 98.00 m/s and hits a block (M = 2.60 kg) supported by two light strings as shown, stopping quickly. a) Find theheight to which the block rises. b) Find the angle (in degrees) through which the block rises, if the strings are 0.550 m in length.
A bullet of mass is fired horizontally with speed at a wooden block of mass resting on a frictionless table. The bullet hitsthe block and becomes completely embeddedwithin it. After thebullet has come to rest within the block, the block, with thebullet in it, is traveling at speed .C)What is the speed of the block/bullet systemafter the collision?Express your answer in terms of, , and .