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Rockets work on the principle of conservation of:
The law of conservation of momentum holds for:
A gun of mass 5kg fires 50gm bullet with a velocity of 200m/s. Find the recoils velocity of the gun.
M of bullet = 50g= 50/1000 = 0.05kg
u= 200m/s , v=0m/s
m of gun = 5kg
u= 0m/s , v= ?
p of bullet before firing = 0.05x200 = 10kgm/s
p of gun before firing = 5*0 = 0kgm/s
Total p before firing = 10 + 0 = 10kgm/s
p of bullet after firing = 0.05x0 = 0kgm/s
let recoil velocity of gun = v m/s
p of gun after firing = 5v kgm/s
total p after firing = 5v + 0 = 5v kgm/s
According to law of conservation of momentum(p)
total p before firing = total p after firing
10 = 5v
10/5 = v
2 = v
∴ recoi v of gun = - 2 m/s
negative sign indicates the opp. direction of motion
Which of the following implies the greatest precision?
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