Answer from: briannamaee13
We can solve this problem by conserving linear momentum. we have then that: p1 = p2 m1v1 + m2v2 = m1v1 '+ m2v2' substituting values and clearing: 95 (0) + 0.065 (0) = 95v + 0.065 (4) 0 = 96v + 0.26 96v = -0.26 v = -0.0027 m / s the man moves in the opposite direction to the stone. answer: the speed that a man acquire as a result is v = -0.0027 m / s
Answer from: girly37
Total momentum of the system must stay constant, so m1*v1 = -m2*v2. substituting in the values and rearranging, we find -v2 = m1*v1 / m2. 65 grams = 0.065 kg, so 0.065kg * 4.0m/s / 95kg = -2.7*10^-3 m/s. the negative indicates he is travelling in the opposite direction as the stone. speed is independent of direction, so the final answer is 2.7*10^-3 m/s.
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