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lexxii:

How will the momentum of the carts change before and after the collision? What differences can you expect between inelastic and elastic collisions?

5 months ago
mhchen:

Momentum is always conserved. It can be transferred to somewhere else but it can never be lost. An inelastic collision is like 2 sticky balls that are going to collide. They stick to each other and don't bounce. An elastic collision is like 2 ping pong balls colliding. They'll bounce off each other like poiiiiininnggggg

5 months ago
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