Particle Collision#

A particle of mass 4 \(kg\) is travelling with velocity 6 \(\frac{m}{s}\hat{\imath}\) when it collides with another particle of mass 6 \(kg\) travelling with velocity 2 \(\frac{m}{s}\hat{\jmath}\).

Part 1#

The \(x\)-component of the initial momentum of this system is:

Answer Section#

  • 24 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\imath}\)

  • 12 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\imath}\)

  • 12 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\jmath}\)

  • 12 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\imath}\) + 24 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\jmath}\)

  • 24 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\jmath}\)

  • 24 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\imath}\) + 12 \(kg\) \(\dfrac{m}{s}\hat{\jmath}\)

Attribution#

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