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Solved: In a ballistic pendulum demonstration gone bad, a 0.52-g pellet, fired

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Problem 88

In a ballistic pendulum demonstration gone bad, a 0.52-g pellet, fired horizontally with kinetic energy 3.25 J, passes straight through a 400-g Styrofoam pendulum block. If the pendulum rises a maximum height of 0.50 mm, how much kinetic energy did the pellet have after emerging from the Styrofoam?

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Author: Richard Wolfson
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