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# Collisions

Additional problems - Use these physics problems to test your knowledge on momentum and collisions.

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Find out how momentum is conserved in collisions along with the conservation of energy.

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All aspects of a two body elastic collision are explained from a center of mass point of view.

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The interaction of the earth with a jumping person is explained using the momentum principle.

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Principles of momentum are used to explain what happens when two balls of perfect elasticity are dropped from a certain height.

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How do two objects behave after they collide with one another? The role of momentum and energy in determining the outcome of collisions will be explored in the following set of questions.

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