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Part E: calculate the  speed of the ball when it leaves the launching ramp 

Part F: with what speed will the ball hit the floor?

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Dr. Z. recommends problem 3
A child's toy consists of a block that attaches to a table with a
suction cup, a spring connected to that block, a ball, and a
launching ramp. (Figure 1)The spring has a spring constant k the
ball has a mass 1m, and the ramp rises a height y above the table,
the surface of which is a height H above the floor
Part A
Relative to the initial configuration (with the spring relaxed), when the spring hes been compressed, the ball-spring system has
Initially, the spring rests at its equilibrium length. The spring then
is compressed a distance 5, where the ball is held at rest. The ball
is then released, launching it up the ramp. When the ball leaves
the launching ramp its velocity vector makes an angle with
respect to the horizontal
O gained kinetic energy
geined patential energy
O lost kinetic energy
Throughout this problem. ignore friction and air resistance.
O lost potential energy
Request Answer
Submit
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1 of 2
Part B
As the spring expands (after the ball is released) the ball-spring system
Ogains lnetic energy and loses
petential.energy
eenergy Eno gains patentialerergy
gains kin
Ses kinetic energy andgans potental energy
O loses kinetic energy andloses potential energy
Request Answer
Submit
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Pirate Port | Public whitworth Library A-Z Databases Course Homne X Join conversation Book a Flight : Best + ttps://openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld-15544263&HepID=c5fa803dae2fe486ce2b2d26e3f885b8# 10001 PS151-2, Physics with Dr. Z. 2019 Hi, Nicole Sign Ou Course Home (HW 19 Dr. Z. recommends problem 3 A child's toy consists of a block that attaches to a table with a suction cup, a spring connected to that block, a ball, and a launching ramp. (Figure 1)The spring has a spring constant k the ball has a mass 1m, and the ramp rises a height y above the table, the surface of which is a height H above the floor Part A Relative to the initial configuration (with the spring relaxed), when the spring hes been compressed, the ball-spring system has Initially, the spring rests at its equilibrium length. The spring then is compressed a distance 5, where the ball is held at rest. The ball is then released, launching it up the ramp. When the ball leaves the launching ramp its velocity vector makes an angle with respect to the horizontal O gained kinetic energy geined patential energy O lost kinetic energy Throughout this problem. ignore friction and air resistance. O lost potential energy Request Answer Submit Figure 1 of 2 Part B As the spring expands (after the ball is released) the ball-spring system Ogains lnetic energy and loses petential.energy eenergy Eno gains patentialerergy gains kin Ses kinetic energy andgans potental energy O loses kinetic energy andloses potential energy Request Answer Submit ASUS pause break 12 11 f10 f9 f8 O/D f7 14 6 15 & % 4 7 0 *

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Course Home
KHW 19
Dr. Z. recommends problem 3
A child's toy consists of a block that attaches to a table with a
Suction cup, a spring connected to that block, a ball, and a
launching ramp. (Figure 1)The spring has a spring constant k the
ball has a mass TL, and the ramp rises a height ty above the table,
the surface of which is a height H above the floor
Part C
As the ball goes up the ramp, it
Initially, the spring rests at its equilibrium length. The spring then
5लmpessd 3 distance 8, Vherr ihe Bell is held a1 rest The bol
is then released, launching it up the ramp. When the ball leaves
the launching ramp its velocity vector makes an angle Wwith
respect to the horizontal.
Ogains kinetic energy and loses potential energy
gains kinetic energy and gains potential energy
loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy
O loses kinetic energy and loses potential energy
Throughout this problem, ignore friction and air resistance
Request Answa
Subrit
Figure
1 of 2
Part D
As the ball falls to the floor (after having reached its maximum height) it
11
gsins kinetic energy and loses potential energy
gains kineli energy and gains potential energy
O loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy
O loses kinetic energy and loses potential energy
Request Answer
Submit
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Mwww bey Portblic AZ Databases Course Home cove X https://openvellum.ecollege.com/course.html?courseld- 155442638 HeplD-c5fa803dae2fe486ce2b2d26e3f885b8# 10001 PS151-2, Physics with Dr. Z. 2019 Course Home KHW 19 Dr. Z. recommends problem 3 A child's toy consists of a block that attaches to a table with a Suction cup, a spring connected to that block, a ball, and a launching ramp. (Figure 1)The spring has a spring constant k the ball has a mass TL, and the ramp rises a height ty above the table, the surface of which is a height H above the floor Part C As the ball goes up the ramp, it Initially, the spring rests at its equilibrium length. The spring then 5लmpessd 3 distance 8, Vherr ihe Bell is held a1 rest The bol is then released, launching it up the ramp. When the ball leaves the launching ramp its velocity vector makes an angle Wwith respect to the horizontal. Ogains kinetic energy and loses potential energy gains kinetic energy and gains potential energy loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy O loses kinetic energy and loses potential energy Throughout this problem, ignore friction and air resistance Request Answa Subrit Figure 1 of 2 Part D As the ball falls to the floor (after having reached its maximum height) it 11 gsins kinetic energy and loses potential energy gains kineli energy and gains potential energy O loses kinetic energy and gains potential energy O loses kinetic energy and loses potential energy Request Answer Submit

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