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• ### A truck of mass 500 kg moving at 4 m/s collides with ...

Aug 21 2018 · A truck of mass 500 kg moving at 4 m/s collides with another truck of mass 1500 kg moving in the same direction at 2 m/s. asked Aug 21 2018 in Physics by ManishKala ( 57.1k points) force and laws of motion

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• ### Truck Collision Example - HyperPhysics Concepts

In a head-on collision: Newton's third law dictates that the forces on the trucks are equal but opposite in direction. Impulse is force multiplied by time and time of contact is the same for both so the impulse is the same in magnitude for the two trucks. Change in momentum is equal to impulse so changes in momenta are equal. With equal change in momentum and smaller mass the change in ...

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• ### Commercial truck regulations | Mass.gov

Vehicle or vehicle combinations (4 axles) - 87000 lbs. Vehicle or vehicle combinations (5+ axles) - 99000 lbs. Your truck will also require a permit if the weight on any axle exceeds: Axles spaced less than 6 ft. apart - 18000 lbs. Axles spaced more than 6 ft. apart - 22400 lbs. Overall gross weight of 2 or more consecutive axles - 80000 lbs.

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• ### A truck of mass 500 kg moving at 4 m/s collides with ...

A truck of mass 500 kg moving at 4 m/s collides with another truck of mass 1500 kg moving in the same direction at 2 m/s.What is their common velocity just after the collision if they move off together? Medium. Answer.

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• ### Chapter 4

If the car is moving to the right and to the right is taken to be the positive direction then F e acts to the right and F f acts to the left. The net force is F = F e-F f . Example 1: An 850-kg car is accelerating at a rate of 2.4m/s 2 to the right along a straight and horizontal road where it

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• ### A car 'A' of mass 1500kg is travelling at 25m/s collides ...

Aug 15 2017 · mass = m initial velocity = u final velocity = v here m= 1500 kg m=1000 kg u = 25 m/s u = 15 m/s v = 20 m/s we have to find v !! v is the velocity after collision Here is a formula relating the values given mu+mu = mv + m+v mu+mu = 1500 × 25 + 1000 × 15

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