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Newton CradleNewton's cradle is a device that demonstrates conservation of momentum and energy. It is constructed from a series of pendulums (usually 5) abutting one another. Each pendulum is attached to a frame by two strings of equal length angled away from each other. This string arrangement restricts the pendulums' movements to the same plane. IM HARD

The behaviour of the pendulum follows from the conservation of momentum and energy only in the case of two pedula. Indeed, if there are r pendula.. An additional condition for the observed outcome is that a shock wave has to propagate dispersionfree through the chain.

Newton's cradle has been a popular desk toy since being invented, named and produced in 1967 by English actor Simon Prebble. At first, a wood cradle version was sold by Harrods of London and later a chrome design was created by the sculptor and future film director Richard Loncraine.

In pedagogic settings, Newton's cradle is sometimes used to present the concept of "action-reaction" (Newton's third law), with the words said to the cadence of the clacking pendulums as they execute a single cycle of swinging and clacking oscillation. This is not a very clear presentation of action-reaction. In fact, for those who have mastered high school physics the conservation laws can be easily derived from Newton's second and third laws.

The largest Newton's cradle in the world was designed by Chris Boden and is owned by The Geek Group in Kalamazoo, Michigan. It is on public display and is used for science and technology demonstrations. It consists of a set of 20 matched Bowling balls each with a weight of 15 pounds (6.8 kilograms). These are suspended from cables from metal trusses in the ceiling. The cables have a length of 20 feet (6.1m) and the balls hang 3 feet (1m) off the floor.

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Newton's cradle conserves energy but converts it from potential to kinetic energy and vice versa.

It doesn't actually measure anything. It does, however, demonstrate conservation of momentum.

it has silver balls that swing back and forth they are very heavy

Yes. For the cradle to work, you must plug the 3DS charger into the cradle.

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Newton's Cradle apply the Newton's 3rd Law. "For every action, there's an equal but opposite reaction" is the Newton's 3rd law. The action when the ball falls and strikes the others, the reaction is the ball on the other end of the cradle moving.

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"20 newtons" is not work at all. It's force, equivalent to about 4.5 pounds.

You don't. "Work" has the same units as energy (joules), whereas newtons is a unit of force.

Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.

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i am not positive but i think he made the formula for finding how many degrees is in a shape he also made the Newtons Cradle in sceince

Not just newtons, but newton-meters, also known as a Joule

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Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.Work is equal to force x distance. If the force is specified in Newtons, and the distance in meters, then the work is in Joules.

It would also depend on how many pendulums you had, if the regular, 4, the same would happen to the other side.

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Joules or newtons*meters

The work done by a truck pulling a trailer for a distance of 100 M while exerting a force of 480 newtons is 48000 newtons.