Asked by maddy 4 years ago

A comet fragment of mass 1.96 × 1013 kg is moving at 6.50 × 104 m/s when it crashes into Callisto, a moon of Jupiter. The mass of Callisto is 1.08 × 1023 kg. The collision is completely inelastic. Assuming for this calculation that Callisto's initial momentum is zero kg(m/s), what is the recoil speed of Callisto immediately after the collision?

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Answered by moduloP 4 years ago

**Excerpt from file: **Physics Tutorial A comet fragment of mass 1013 kg is moving at 104 m/s when it crashes into Callisto, a moon of Jupiter. The mass of Callisto is 1023 kg. The collision is completely inelastic. Assuming for this calculation that Callisto's initial momentum is zero kg(m/s), what is the recoil

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