In this chapter, students will embark on an exciting journey, delving into the fundamental principles that govern the motion of objects. Through pre-recorded video lessons, mastery practices, and concise summary notes, you’ll grasp concepts like Linear Momentum, Newton’s Laws, Impulse, and the intriguing world of interactions and explosions.
👨🏻🏫3 Lessons * 2 Hours/Week
💻14 Conceptual Videos & 50 Example Question Videos
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Body A of mass 5.0 kg moves to the right with a velocity of 4.0 m s^(-1). Body B of mass 3.0 kg moves to the left with a velocity of 8.0 m s^(-1). Calculate (a) the momentum of A, (b) the momentum of B, (c) the total momentum of A and B.
Two spheres of mass 3M and M respectively are separated by distance d, as shown in the diagram above. Determine the position of the centre of mass of the two spheres.
A parachutist of mass 80 kg descends vertically at a constant velocity of 3.0 ms^(-1). What is the net force acting on him?
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