Rt4. The coordinate system and clusters of points obtained duringthe experiment to study two-dimensional collisions are shownin the diagram. All labeling is the same as used in the manual,but the drawing is not to scale. (a) Let the projectile's mass be7.50 g, the target's mass is 5.00 g, p32.9 ст, and Rpmarbles collided 60.0 cm above the floor, find the horizontal speedof the projectile when it collided with the target.еX55.00, ө — 58.40, Rt22.8 cm and find the distance, Ro. (b) If theO

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4. The coordinate system and clusters of points obtained during
the experiment to study two-dimensional collisions are shown
in the diagram. All labeling is the same as used in the manual,
but the drawing is not to scale. (a) Let the projectile's mass be
7.50 g, the target's mass is 5.00 g, p
32.9 ст, and Rp
marbles collided 60.0 cm above the floor, find the horizontal speed
of the projectile when it collided with the target.
е
X
55.00, ө — 58.40, Rt
22.8 cm and find the distance, Ro. (b) If the
O
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Rt 4. The coordinate system and clusters of points obtained during the experiment to study two-dimensional collisions are shown in the diagram. All labeling is the same as used in the manual, but the drawing is not to scale. (a) Let the projectile's mass be 7.50 g, the target's mass is 5.00 g, p 32.9 ст, and Rp marbles collided 60.0 cm above the floor, find the horizontal speed of the projectile when it collided with the target. е X 55.00, ө — 58.40, Rt 22.8 cm and find the distance, Ro. (b) If the O

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Ro is calculated as follows

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R R, coseR cos

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Substitute 32.9 cm for Rt , 22.8 cm for Rp , 55 ͦ for ϕ , 58.4 ͦ for θ and solve for Ro as,

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R (32.9cm) cos(58.40)+(22.8cm) cos (55°) 30.32cm

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Time of flight of the marbles ...

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2H T = g

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