Car looks like it’s going in for the handy.
Do it for science.
A block is sent up a long frictionless incline by an initial force applied at the bottom. Another block of equal mass is released from the top of the incline at the same time. A few seconds later, the blocks collide and travel down the incline.
Which of the following is true of the center of mass of the two-object system from when the blocks are released to just after they collide?
(A) The center of mass moves up the incline, but then moves down it because the blocks travel downwards after the collision.
(B) The center of mass moves down the incline with constant velocity the whole time, because the collision forces are Newton’s 2nd Law pairs
(C) The center of mass accelerates down the incline the whole time because the net force on the blocks is directed down the incline.
(D) It cannot be determined without knowing the position of the blocks when they collide.
These questions are actually getting a little fun to write now.
You think it's bad being a student, try being a teacher...
im safe because im not ivy bound
cries a single tear
IT’S PRONOUNED CORNELL! It’s the highest rank in the Ivy League.
It’s pronounced colonel and it’s the highest rank in the military.
I’m angry because it’s too true
500 upvotes and I write a gay love letter to my APUSH teacher thanking him for my 5
Bruh there are easier and less embarassing ways to get 500 upvotes lmao but take mine
How about you post a video of you reading that letter to your apush teacher and his reaction. Then we’ll see about those 500 upvotes
I just hope he proves it to us.
Upvote to get 5's on all of your AP Exams (Even if you didn't study for it :-) )
The squirrel is a reference to some FRQ that became an inside joke for some reason
I just x posted from there
I’ve never related to anything more