What do orbiting satellites and the orbit of the moon around the Earth have in common? A. Friction B. Central-force motion C. Parallel-force motion D. Velocity

Orbiting satellites and the orbit of the moon around the Earth have: Central-force motion in common.

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Orbiting satellites and the orbit of the moon around the Earth have: Central-force motion in common.

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Which system of measurement has been standardized worldwide for scientific uses? A. The French System B. The Systeme International C. The English System D. The Arabic System

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The Systeme International is the system of measurement that has been standardized worldwide for scientific uses.

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Two bouncy balls colliding with each other is an example of what type of collision? A. Elastic collision B. Mass collision C. Inelastic collision D. Parallel collision

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Two bouncy balls colliding with each other is an example of Elastic collision.

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A car with two people traveling down the road has a mass of 100 kg and a velocity of 5 m/s. The car pulls over and picks up two people. The mass of the car is now 150 kg. What is the new momentum if the velocity stays the same? A. 250 kg-m/s B. 750 kg-m/s C. 1,250 kg-m/s D. 500 kg-m/s

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A car with two people traveling down the road has a mass of 100 kg and a velocity of 5 m/s. The car pulls over and picks up two people. The mass of the car is now 150 kg. 750 kg m/s is the new momentum if the velocity stays the same.

Solution: p=m × v where m is mass and v is velocity initial mass of car m =100 kg Initial velocity of car v =5 m/s Initial momentum= 100×5= 500 kg.m/s New mass after picking two extra people m = 150 kg Velocity stays the same v =v = 5 m/s New momentum= m × v p=150×5=750 kg.m/s

Solution: p=m × v where m is mass and v is velocity initial mass of car m =100 kg Initial velocity of car v =5 m/s Initial momentum= 100×5= 500 kg.m/s New mass after picking two extra people m = 150 kg Velocity stays the same v =v = 5 m/s New momentum= m × v p=150×5=750 kg.m/s

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