# An archer shoots an arrow toward a 300-g target that is sliding in her direction at a speed of 2.00 m/s on a smooth, slippery surface. The 22.5-g arrow is shot with aspeed of 36.5 m/s and passes through the target, which is stopped by the impact. What is the speed of the arrow after passing through the target?m/s An estimated force vs. time curve for a baseball struck by a bat is shown in the figure below.Fmax = 18 000 NF (N)A20 00015 000100005 000t(ms)21(a) From this curve, determine the impulse delivered to the ballN S(b) From this curve, determine the average force exerted on the ballkN

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6 views help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseAn archer shoots an arrow toward a 300-g target that is sliding in her direction at a speed of 2.00 m/s on a smooth, slippery surface. The 22.5-g arrow is shot with a speed of 36.5 m/s and passes through the target, which is stopped by the impact. What is the speed of the arrow after passing through the target? m/s fullscreen help_outlineImage TranscriptioncloseAn estimated force vs. time curve for a baseball struck by a bat is shown in the figure below. Fmax = 18 000 N F (N) A 20 000 15 000 10000 5 000 t(ms) 2 1 (a) From this curve, determine the impulse delivered to the ball N S (b) From this curve, determine the average force exerted on the ball kN fullscreen
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Given, subscript 1 is for target and 2 is for arrow i.e.:

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Using the definition of momentum (p) and law of conservation of linear momentum which states initial momentum (pi) equals final momentum (pf) we get:

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After the impact the target momentum will be z...

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