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(hrw8c9p92) A body of mass 6.0 kg is traveling at 3.3 m/s along the positive x-axis with no external force acting. At a certain instant an internal explosion occurs, splitting the body into
two chunks of 3.0 kg mass each. The explosion gives the chunks an additional 16 ) of kinetic energy. Neither chunk leaves the line of original motion. Determine the speed and direction
of motion of each of the chunks after the explosion. Enter the larger velocity.
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Main Menu Contents Grades Ir Course Contents » ... » HW Bonus » internal explosion occurs, splitting the body into two chunks Timer Notes Evaluate Feedback Print (hrw8c9p92) A body of mass 6.0 kg is traveling at 3.3 m/s along the positive x-axis with no external force acting. At a certain instant an internal explosion occurs, splitting the body into two chunks of 3.0 kg mass each. The explosion gives the chunks an additional 16 ) of kinetic energy. Neither chunk leaves the line of original motion. Determine the speed and direction of motion of each of the chunks after the explosion. Enter the larger velocity. Submit Answer Tries 0/8 Enter the smaller velocity. Submit Answer Tries 0/8 Send Feedbac This discussion is closed.

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