If my max is 270, what will be my max next session?1 AnswerPersonal Finance2 weeks ago
The meds don’t help me so I quit them but I still have horrible symptoms. I know for certain the meds don’t help so please don’t try to tell me to get back on them4 AnswersMental Health1 month ago
What does this mean? If a Louisiana state trooper catches me with one, will I go to jail? What about an FBI agent?1 AnswerLaw & Ethics1 month ago
If it is often, don’t you think it’s kind of ridiculous that they’re forcing everyone to wear masks and shutting down businesses and schools? They can’t keep doing this.2 AnswersOther - Diseases1 month ago
If I’m skinny, weigh 135 lbs, 5’8, and my top four abs barely show under good lighting, could I get a full blown six pack after doing?
extensive ab workouts for months1 AnswerDiet & Fitness2 months ago
If I’m 5’8, weigh 220 lbs and have a body fat percentage of 17%, would that mean I definitely workout in the gym?
And if yes, how long would it take to gain that much muscle1 AnswerDiet & Fitness2 months ago
The second postulate is special relativity states that the speed of light is the same when viewed from any observer regardless of the speed…?
of the source of the light or the speed of the observer. When light is slowed down when passing through water, air, and glass, is this still true for those speeds or is it just the top speed?3 AnswersPhysics2 months ago
Let’s say there are two identical blocks on a frictionless surface. One block has momentum P while the other is at rest. Block with…?
…momentum P collided with the second block. Now let’s say after the collision, the two blocks stick together with the half the speed of the first block before the collision.
So we have
mv1i + 0 = 2mvf
2mvf equals mv1i divided by two because 2mvf speed is half and mv1i is also multiplied by two because the two blocks are identical. So we have the total momentum of the system initially equal to the total momentum of the system finally. How is this a perfectly inelastic collision if the total momentum of the system is conserved?1 AnswerPhysics2 months ago