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9-2 Conservation of Momentum
Conceptual Example 9-5: Falling on or off a
sled.
(a) An empty sled is sliding on frictionless ice
when Susan drops vertically from a tree
above onto the sled. When she lands, does
the sled speed up, slow down, or keep the
same speed? (b) Later: Susan falls sideways
off the sled. When she drops off, does the
sled speed up, slow down, or keep the same
speed?
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