# Yale University A Logic Named Joe Discussion

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I'm working on a writing discussion question and need an explanation and answer to help me learn.

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Momentum: p = mv (where m = mass and v = velocity)

Run the simulation using the default settings (don't change anything). Try to get all 6 bars correct without looking at the answer. Try as many times as you need to get the 6 bars correct on your own. Remember, momentum is a vector quantity and is based on the direction of the velocity of the object.

The Initial Post

Using your own words explain what the green, orange, and purple bars are informing you about the collision for each cart once you have all 6 bars correct. Explain the relationship of the bars between cart 1 and cart 2 before and after the collision as compared to the system bars. Make sure you are discussing momentum. Discuss what is happening BEFORE the collision and what is happening AFTER the collision.

The Reply Post : (i have to send my classmate reply later , because i can't see their post unless i post mine first ).

Reply to a classmate who doesn't have any replies. Compare and contrast your answers to theirs. Correct any misconceptions or errors they may have made. In your reply post is it possible to have an elastic collision if both carts are traveling to the right? Explain your answer. Provide details about the masses and velocities of each cart and relate all of this to momentum in your explanation.

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A Logic Named Joe (Comment)
I had no idea that A Logic Named Joe, written by Will F. Jenkins, would relate to
modern times. Interestingly, literary authors implemented science into their works where
artificial intelligence is achieved, and most people have one in every home. The story itself
felt similar to one of the Terminator movies where eventually, machines take away the
purpose of human beings, which is evident when Jenkins explains that the Logics are there to
perform tasks such as doing homework for the kids. It's as if Jenkins already saw the future,
or maybe people used his works as a reference to having movies in the future that expands
further upon this idea. Jenkins also saw the potential of robots rising, and though it has not
happened yet in the real world, it is soon to come true. I hope that the machines do not decide
to eliminate us. One message I got from this short story is that humans will eventually
become too lazy to work, or things will be much easier to handle than hard physical work.
Since nowadays we see the automated cars that Google introduced a few years back, I believe
that 'Skynet' may be close; who knows, the machine might drive me off a bridge. I did enjoy
reading this great work and how it has evolved further into the years in fi...

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