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## 2. Two cars A and B are heading forward. The velocity of A and B are 30 m/s and 20 m/s respectively. If their masses are same as 9.0*1

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2. Two cars A and B are heading forward. The velocity of A and B are 30 m/s and 20 m/s

respectively. If their masses are same as 9.0*10^5 g, (a) find out their initial momentum, (b) if

they have an accident and then the velocity of the B is 28 m/s, find out velocity of A. (c) Final

momentum of each car. Il

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Answer:

A.) 27000 kgm/s

18000 kgm/s

B.) Va = 22 m/s

C.) 19800 kgm/s

25200 kgm/s

Explanation: Given that the velocity of A and B are 30 m/s and 20 m/s. And of the same mass M = 9 × 10^5g

M = 9×10^5/1000 = 900 kg

A.) Initial momentum of A

Mu = 900 × 30 = 27000 kgm/s

Initial momentum of B

Mu = 900 × 20 = 18000 kgm/s

B.) if they have an accident and then the velocity of the B is 28 m/s, find out velocity of A.

Momentum before impact = momentum after impact

Given that Vb = 28 m/s

27000 + 18000 = 900Va + 900 × 28

45000 = 900Va + 25200

900Va = 45000 – 25200

900Va = 19800

Va = 19800/900

Va = 22 m/s

C.) Momentum of A after impact

MV = 900 × 22 = 19800 kgm/s

Momentum of B after impact

MV = 900 × 28 = 25200 kgm/s