Asked Mar 8, 2019

What is the initial velocity of an arrow shot from a bow that has been stretched for 0.60m with an average force of 190N? The arrow has a mass of 0.050kg


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Step 1

The expression for the force is given by,

Step 2

Thus, the force constant is,

Step 3

The mechanical energy is...


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