Bow and Arrow Problem

Imagine an arrow is shot from a bow and by the time it hits an apple it is traveling with 10 Joules of kinetic energy (kinetic energy is the energy of motion). What’s meant by kinetic energy is that when it hits something, it can do that much work on whatever is hit.


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2 Responses to “Bow and Arrow Problem”
  1. Aurora says:

    This is in the High School section where we are talking about different forms of energy. The bow and arrow is just an example to illustrate the concepts. Did you mean to access the site from the High School section?

    None of our videos should be mis-labeled. If you find one that isn’t right, do let me know asap so I can fix it. I’ll look into this one later today.

  2. bac051201 says:

    what did this have to do with a bow and arrow? sorry if this is another mislabeled video

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