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A11.0 g rifle bullet is fired with a speed of 380 m/s into a ballistic pendulum with mass 10.0 kg, suspended from a cord 70.0 cm long.
a) compute the vertical height through which the pendulum rises.(cm)
b) compute the initial kinetic energy of the bullet; (j)
c) compute the kinetic energy of the bullet and pendulum immediately after the bullet becomes embedded in the pendulum.(j)

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