A person shoots his pistol horizontally. The bullet travels (horizontally, initially) at a speed of 330 m/s

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A person shoots his pistol horizontally. The bullet travels (horizontally, initially) at a speed of 330 m/s

Assume that air resistance is negligible. The acceleration due to gravity is 9,80 m/s . It hits a target that is 100 m from the shooter. How far has the bullet dropped when it hits the target?

Use figure 4

You observe two objects, object A and object B, as you are adrift in space.

object A is traveling with a speed of a = 2099 m/s

object B is traveling in the opposite direction with speed b = 230.0 m/s

(so vector "a" would be +2099 m/s and vector "b" would be -230.0 m/s)

What velocity does object A view B traveling with respect to object A (A's own craft/ship)?

(their sign convention agrees with yours)

Use Figure 3

Assume that the incline and box (mass M = 37 Kg) is not a frictionless surface.

If the coefficient of static friction between the box and the surface of the incline is = .65

What is the maximum angle "a" that the incline can have before the box slides down the incline?

Use Figure 3

(assume a frictionless surface on the incline)

M = 35.0 Kg

a = 40.0 degrees

the acceleration due to gravity is g = 9.80 m/s

What is the Force due to gravity acting parallel to the incline the Mass is upon?

Use Figure 2

if:

c = 70 degrees

A = 11

B = 10

What does C equal?

Use Figure 3

(assume a frictionless surface on the incline)

M = 35.0 Kg

a = 40.0 degrees

the acceleration due to gravity is g = 9.80 m/s

What is the Acceleration due to gravity acting parallel to the incline that the Mass is upon?

Use figure 4

You observe two objects, object A and object B, as you are adrift in space.

object A is traveling with a speed of a = 2099 m/s

object B is traveling in the opposite direction with speed b = 230.0 m/s

(so vector "a" would be +2099 m/s and vector "b" would be -230.0 m/s)

Object A has a mass of 23000Kg

Object B has a mass of 44500 Kg

At time t = 0.00 sec YOU see object B turn on its thrusters producing a force on object B with magnitude of F = 10550 N (direction as in the diagram)

What force (F) does object A view on object B with respect to object A (their own craft/ship)?

(their sign convention agrees)

Use Figure 1

if:

a = 32 degrees and C = 17

Then what is the value of A

Refer to the figure 1 and 2 in the associated file for this Exercise.

Match the following names to the correct formula

Right Triangle (fig. 1)

Pythagorean theorem (fig. 1)

Law of cosines (fig. 2)

Law of sines (fig. 2)

sin(b) (fig. 1)

cos(b) (fig. 1)

tan(b) (fig. 1)

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