Q: Mass of a truck

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The mass of a pickup truck depends on the truck but the average truck is about 162 kg.

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Put her on a truck and have the truck weighed on a balance scale (NOT a spring scale). From this you can get true mass.

The truck has the most mass, but because it is at rest, the skateboard has the most momentum.

The average mass is 14,000 to 20,000 lbs. You can find the mass of a semi truck by visiting a nearby weigh station. The truck should not contain any other item or luggage while on the scale.

Increase mass For a truck increase the load on the truck

Not if the tow is done properly.

Since momentum equals mass times velocity, if the mass of the truck times its velocity is greater than the mass of the bus times the bus' velocity then the momentum of the truck will be greater than the momentum of the bus.

Momentum = mass x velocity The bike has a much smaller mass, but if its velocity is great enough and the truck's is slow enough, the product can be the same. mass(bike) X Speed(bike) = mass(truck) X speed(truck) for an example, Speed(x)=0 and speed(x)=0 therefore, the two momentums are equal.

No it does not.

It depends on how fast each is going and how much each weighs. Momentum is calculated by multiplying the mass of an object by its speed. A tiny bullet moving very fast can have more momentum than a huge truck if the truck is moving very slowly (or not at all). (bullet mass) X (bullet speed) > (truck mass) X (truck speed)

Kinetic energy equals mass times velocity squared. Since the velocities are the same, they cancel out. Then kinetic energy is dependent on the mass of the 2 objects. Since the truck has more mass, it will have more kinetic energy.