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phy131studiof15:lectures:m2review1 [2015/10/23 09:16] mdawber [Conditions for Equilibrium] |
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and conservation of energy equation gives us $v'_{B}=v_{A}\cos\theta$ | and conservation of energy equation gives us $v'_{B}=v_{A}\cos\theta$ | ||

- | ===== Ballistic Pendulum ===== | + | ===== Ballistic Pendulum (1D inelastic collision) ===== |

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Where the torques can be calculated around **any** axis. Some axes are more sensible than others, a good idea is to choose an axis at place where a force is acting (as the torque due to that force around that axis will be zero.) | Where the torques can be calculated around **any** axis. Some axes are more sensible than others, a good idea is to choose an axis at place where a force is acting (as the torque due to that force around that axis will be zero.) | ||

- | ===== Hanging sign solution ===== | + | ===== Hanging sign ===== |

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