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  1. If both cars came to a stop as a result of the collision, then we know that...kinetic energy the part had as it separated from the car . From that you could calculate the velocity **after separation**, which...

    2 Answers · Science & Mathematics · 08/12/2020

  2. ... to say the least. Devastated, she rushes to the crash site, and what she sees is nothing but shocking. The car ?... what car ? It was completely decimated. It ...

    6 Answers · Society & Culture · 03/10/2020

  3. ...due to coronavirus. We have this man who had his car crashed and died in the accident and they have attributed the virus as the cause...

    2 Answers · Society & Culture · 06/09/2020

  4. It may have a lighter feel due to a more powerful; power steering system. On the other hand, if you could move the steering wheel quite a ways without getting much response then you have a problem. To "tighten the steering feel" it possibly needs...

    8 Answers · Cars & Transportation · 25/07/2020

  5. Impulse = change in momentum = FΔt = 1.23e7 N x 0.021 s = 258300 kg•m/s Impulse (N•s or kg•m/s) is change in momentum, dP Force = dP/dt Impulse dP = ∫ F dt

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