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A 224-kg projectile, fired with a speed of 116 m/s at

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Problem 9.21

A 224-kg projectile, fired with a speed of 116 m/s at a60.0 angle, breaks into three pieces of equal mass at thehighest point of its arc (where its velocity is horizontal). Twoof the fragments move with the same speed right afterthe explosion as the entire projectile had just before theexplosion; one of these moves vertically downward and theother horizontally. Determine (a) the velocity of the thirdfragment immediately after the explosion and (b) theenergy released in the explosion.

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Chapter 1: A Modern View of the Universe 1.1: The Scale of the Universe – 1. What is our place in the Universe a. Our Cosmic Address i. Our Solar System – The place at which Earth is located along with other planets, moons, asteroids, and comets. Basically, everything the revolves around our Sun. 1. Our sun is just another star in space, like those we see in the night sky. ii. Milky Way Galaxy – our solar system belongs to the huge, disk­shaped, collection of stars called the Milky Way galaxy. 1. A galaxy can be considered a great island of stars in space, all held

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Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
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