# Draw an appropriate graph of the data and, from the slope

## Problem 36P Chapter 9

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Problem 36P

Draw an appropriate graph of the data and, from the slope of the best-fit line, determine the impulse.

Air-track gliders with masses 300 g, 400 g, and 200 g are lined up and held in place with lightweight springs compressed between them. All three are released at once. The 200 g glider flies off to the right while the 300 g glider goes left. Their po-sition-versus-time graphs, as measured by motion detectors, are shown in figure. What are the direction (right or left) and speed of the 400 g glider that was in the middle?

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We need to find out the direction and the speed of the 400 g glider.

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