1. Conservation of Momentum Principle – In your own
words, explain the conservation of momentum, and the condition of
2. In your understanding, what real world applications could
benefit from the study of momentum and impulse?
Use Einstein's velocity addition rule and the principle of
momentum conservation to explain why you can't use the formula p=mv
to find the momentum of an object that is moving relativistically,
and show that the correct formula for relativistic momentum is
actually p = γmv. Use the following bullet points as a guide for
what points to cover in your essay. First imagine you have two
objects, A and B, that are moving in the same direction relative to
The figures below show bird's-eye views of six automobile crashes an instant before they occur. The automobiles have different masses and incoming velocities as shown. After impact, the automobiles remain joined together and skid to rest in the direction shown by vfinal. Rank these crashes according to the angle θ , measured counterclockwise as shown, at which the wreckage initially skids.
Advanced Managerial Accounting (ACCT452)
a) explain the difference between the content
approach and the process approach to the
study of strategy and management control ( 5 lines )
b) which approach is more relevant to the study of the ABM at
Insteel case? why? ( 5 to 6 lines )
Use the concept of conservation of angular momentum to explain
following observations: (you should lean heavily on carefully drawn
diagramS for these
a) You are sitting on a rotating chair. Somebody hands you a
spinning bicycle wheel with
the axle horizontal. If you tip the wheel to one side, you and the
chair start to rotate in
one direction. If you tip the wheel to the other side, you and the
chair rotate in the other
(a) Explain, using examples, the difference between a ‘top-down’
approach and a ‘bottom-up’ approach to equity valuation.
(b) There are four principles that underlie the concept of
efficient markets. Outline, using examples, each principle.
(c) Write out the formula for the constant growth dividend
valuation model. What key assumptions are required?
(d) You are interested in buying a share that paid its last
annual dividend 9 months ago. You can assume that the next dividend
payment (3 months from today)...