Question 1 of 7 0.5 Points

A 6 N force acts on a 0.3-kg object for 0.3 seconds. By how muchdoes the object's momentum change (in kg-m/s)?

Question 2 of 7 0.5 Points

A 0.4-kg object is traveling to the right (in the positivedirection) with a speed of 1 m/s. After a 0.2 s collision, theobject is traveling to the left at 3 m/s. What is the magnitude ofthe impulse (in N-s) acting on the object? The answer must bepositive.

Question 3 of 7 1.0 Points

The force shown in the attached figure is the net eastward forceacting on a ball. The force starts rising at t = 0.020 s, fallsback to zero at t = 0.062 s, and reaches a maximum force of 55 N atthe peak. Determine with an error no bigger than 25% (high or low)the magnitude of the impulse (in N-s) delivered to the ball. Hint:Do not use J = F?t. Look at the figure. Find the area of a nearlyequally sized triangle.

Question 4 of 7 1.0 Points

A bat hits a moving baseball. If the bat delivers a net eastwardimpulse of 0.6 N-s and the ball starts with an initial horizontalvelocity of 3.8 m/s to the west and leaves with a 5.2m/s velocityto the east, what is the mass of the ball (in grams)?

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Question 5 of 7 0.5 Points

The force sensor measures the force on the sensor due to thebumper, but the cart's momentum change arises from the force on thecart due to the bumper. Which of the following facts are needed toassert that the magnitude of these two forces are nearly equal atall times.

1. Their magnitudes differ by the magnitude of the net force on thebumper.

2. The force of friction is small.

3. The net force on the bumper is small.

4. The cart's weight is canceled by the the normal force exerted bythe track.

A. 1, 3

B. 2, 4

C. 3, 4

D. 1, 2

E. 1, 4

F. 1, 2, 3, 4

G. 2, 3

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Question 6 of 7 1.0 Points

A cart traveling at 0.3 m/s collides with stationary object. Afterthe collision, the cart rebounds in the opposite direction. Thesame cart again traveling at 0.3 m/s collides with a differentstationary object. This time the cart is at rest after thecollision. In which collision is the impulse on the cartgreater?

A. The second collision.

B. Cannot be determined without knowing the mass of the cart.

C. The impulses are the same.

D. The first collision.

E. Cannot be determined without knowing the rebound speed of thefirst collision. Reset Selection

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Question 7 of 7 0.5 Points

The force vs. time graphs for two collisions are shown. Whichcollision has the largest impulse?

A. The impulse for collision 2 since it lasts longer.

B. Cannot be determined since the masses are unknown.

C. The impulse for collision 1 since it has the larger maximumforce.

D. Cannot be determined since the initial an final speeds areunknown.

E. The impulses are the same.

Question 1 of 7 0.5 Points

A 6 N force acts on a 0.3-kg object for 0.3 seconds. By how muchdoes the object's momentum change (in kg-m/s)?

Question 2 of 7 0.5 Points

A 0.4-kg object is traveling to the right (in the positivedirection) with a speed of 1 m/s. After a 0.2 s collision, theobject is traveling to the left at 3 m/s. What is the magnitude ofthe impulse (in N-s) acting on the object? The answer must bepositive.

Question 3 of 7 1.0 Points

The force shown in the attached figure is the net eastward forceacting on a ball. The force starts rising at t = 0.020 s, fallsback to zero at t = 0.062 s, and reaches a maximum force of 55 N atthe peak. Determine with an error no bigger than 25% (high or low)the magnitude of the impulse (in N-s) delivered to the ball. Hint:Do not use J = F?t. Look at the figure. Find the area of a nearlyequally sized triangle.

Question 4 of 7 1.0 Points

A bat hits a moving baseball. If the bat delivers a net eastwardimpulse of 0.6 N-s and the ball starts with an initial horizontalvelocity of 3.8 m/s to the west and leaves with a 5.2m/s velocityto the east, what is the mass of the ball (in grams)?

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Question 5 of 7 0.5 Points

The force sensor measures the force on the sensor due to thebumper, but the cart's momentum change arises from the force on thecart due to the bumper. Which of the following facts are needed toassert that the magnitude of these two forces are nearly equal atall times.

1. Their magnitudes differ by the magnitude of the net force on thebumper.

2. The force of friction is small.

3. The net force on the bumper is small.

4. The cart's weight is canceled by the the normal force exerted bythe track.

A. 1, 3

B. 2, 4

C. 3, 4

D. 1, 2

E. 1, 4

F. 1, 2, 3, 4

G. 2, 3

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Question 6 of 7 1.0 Points

A cart traveling at 0.3 m/s collides with stationary object. Afterthe collision, the cart rebounds in the opposite direction. Thesame cart again traveling at 0.3 m/s collides with a differentstationary object. This time the cart is at rest after thecollision. In which collision is the impulse on the cartgreater?

A. The second collision.

B. Cannot be determined without knowing the mass of the cart.

C. The impulses are the same.

D. The first collision.

E. Cannot be determined without knowing the rebound speed of thefirst collision. Reset Selection

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Question 7 of 7 0.5 Points

The force vs. time graphs for two collisions are shown. Whichcollision has the largest impulse?

A. The impulse for collision 2 since it lasts longer.

B. Cannot be determined since the masses are unknown.

C. The impulse for collision 1 since it has the larger maximumforce.

D. Cannot be determined since the initial an final speeds areunknown.

E. The impulses are the same.