Need a relation between W,F,M,KE,P,Imp and H (one relation)

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In summary, the conversation is about a difficult question in a mechanics exam that involves finding a relation between work, force, moment, kinetic energy, linear momentum, impulse, and angular momentum. The question is considered impossible by the person asking for help. The suggested solution involves using various equations such as work-energy theorem, rotational motion equations, and impulse-momentum theorem. A potential solution is provided using these equations.
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hi I'm in faculty of engineering.. and i study mechanics III .. there's a question that the doctor brought in the exam years ago.. and i couldn't solve it and its probably going to be in the final exam tomorow..

Homework Statement



The question is simply: Find a relation (one relation) between all of those (Work, Force, Moment, kinetic energy, linear momentum, impulse, angular momentum)
the question is like an impossible one !
thnx all

Homework Equations



U:work T:kinetic energy F:force M:moment Imp:impulse Q:linear momentum H:angular momentum ω:angular velocity θ:angle

U1->2 = T2-T1
T = (1/2)mv2 + (1/2)Iω2
U1->2 = ʃ Fdr
rotation motion. U1->2 = Mdθ
Q=mv
Imp1->2 = ʃ Fdt
Imp1->2 = Q2 - Q1
∑ ʃ Mdt = Ho1 - Ho2

The Attempt at a Solution



U1->2 = T2 - T1 = ʃ Fdr = M(θ2 - θ1) = ʃ Qdv

rxImp1-2 = ∑ ʃ Mdt = H2 - H1
 
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this solution is right?
 
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2. How are mass and kinetic energy related?

The relationship between mass and kinetic energy is described by the equation KE = 1/2*m*v^2, where KE is kinetic energy, m is mass, and v is velocity. This means that kinetic energy is directly proportional to mass and the square of velocity.

3. What is the relationship between power and work?

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4. How does impulse affect momentum?

The relationship between impulse and momentum is described by the equation Imp = m*(v2-v1), where Imp is impulse, m is mass, and v2-v1 is the change in velocity. This means that impulse is directly proportional to the change in momentum, and therefore affects the overall momentum of an object.

5. What is the relationship between potential energy and height?

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