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# CP A 15.0-g bullet traveling horizontally at 865 m/s

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Problem 37E

CP A 15.0-g bullet traveling horizontally at 865 m/s passes through a tank containing 13.5 kg of water and emerges with a speed of 534 m/s. What is the maximum temperature increase that the water could have as a result of this event?

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Solution 37E Step 1 of 5: In given problem, there are two parts; The bullet passing through the water filled tank loses some Kinetic energy to the water. Other, the loss in kinetic energy by the bullet will be used by water to increase the temperature of the liquid. As shown in figure below,

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