Finding Speed from Work Graph
Finding Speed from Work
You will be presented with a Force-distance graph from the impact of a hockey stick with a non-standard mass hockey puck. The hockey puck was originally at rest. You must use the graph to determine the speed of the puck when it leaves the stick. The distances on the graph represent how far the stick has moved along the ice. The force is only occurring when the stick is in contact with the puck.

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