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A of 16 feet in a second 7 ATTRACTION 170. LAW OF FALLING BODIES. When one bod) will cause an effect proportional to its own weight and velocity (or, in other words, its momentum) ; and the bod? which receives the blow will move on with a uniform velocity (if the blow be sufficient to overcome its inertia) in the direction of the motion of the blow. But, when a body moves by the force of a constant attraction, it will move with a constantly accelerated strikes another it motion. 171. This is especially the case with falling bodies.
How r ^forces k in y them different direc- - in the direction of the diagonal of a > parallelogram, having for its sides the lines through which the body would pass if urged by each of the How A bodJ> struck by two forces in different directions, will move in a line between 184 will a body move forces separately. will the 185. body move, if When the forces an s les to each right angles to each other ? move in the diagonal of are ther > X the forces are inclined to each other at an angle 90, force X force Y it will or a right would send Suppose that the from C to B, and the angle.
6. ) -Momentum 36, weight 6, required the velocity. ) A body with a momentum of 12 strikes another with a momentum of Ans. Both have mom. of 6. ti what will be the consequence 7 ; [N. B. ) A body weighing 15, with a velocity of 12, meets another coming in the opposite direction, with a velocity of 20, and a weight of 10 ; what wilj he the effect 7 Ans. Both move *ith mom. of 20. ) Two bodies meet together in opposite directions of 12 and a weight of 7, B has a momentum expressed by 84. What, wib ^e the consequence 7 Ans.