Study guides

☆☆

Q: A player uses a hockey stick to increase the speed of a 0.200kg hockey puck by 6 ms in 2 seconds. how much did the hockey puck accelerate how much force did the puck exert on the hockey stick how much?

Write your answer...

Submit

Still have questions?

Related questions

oehi my name is j

Bake a cake by addindg flour ps no chicken

6 m/s in 2 seconds. v = at velocity equals acceleration times time. 6 = 2a so a=3m/s2 This question is independent of mass.

what a stupid question!!

Mass of the item doesn't matter. The acceleration is 3 m/s2 (6 m/s divided by 2 seconds). However, mass comes into play when calculating force; if the mass is 0.200 kg, it would take a force of 0.600 Newtons (0.200 kg x 3 m/s2).

The duration of Hockey Homicide is 420.0 seconds.

The duration of That's Hockey is 1800.0 seconds.

The duration of The Hockey Sweater is 600.0 seconds.

You don't need the mass of the puck to calculate the acceleration.Acceleration = (change in speed) divided by (time interval) = 6/2 = 3 meters per second2Since the acceleration of gravity on earth is 9.78 m/s2 , the puck's acceleration was 3/9.78 = 0.307 of one G .

The fastest goal in a hockey game is 25 seconds .

The duration of Road Hockey Rumble is 1800.0 seconds.

5 seconds

5 seconds in.

5 seconds

No, the puck cannot accelerate because the exact moment the hockey stick touches the puck, that will be the maximum speed it will reach. for the puck to go faster, it would need extra propulsion methods. Ice would not make it go faster.

30 seconds.

No

a = Δv/t = (6 m/s)/(2 s) = 3 m/s2F = ma = (0.200 kg)(3 m/s2) = 0.6 NThe answer is correctly given to one significant digit.Symbols:Δ = "change in"Units:m = meterss = secondsN = newtonsVariables:d = displacement (m)t = time (s)v = velocity (m/s) = Δd/ta = acceleration (m/s2) = Δv/tm = mass (kg)F = Force (N) = ma

21 seconds, by what team and when?

3-4 inches

Since Force=mass x acceleration (and acceleration=velocity/time), hence force= 0.2 x(6/2)=0.2 x 3=0.6N

Nope, only gives you a harder shot

The standard shift for skaters (non-goalies) is 30-60 seconds

Bill Mosienko -- Chicago Black Hawks -- 21 seconds

Not that much actually.