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Force and momentum

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Paul Sheffield

on 23 September 2015

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Transcript of Force and momentum

Summary Questions
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Force and momentum
L.O
inelastic and elastic collisions
explosions

Elastic collision
inelastic collisions
How?
EXPLOSIONS
Laggards
"Skeptics"
No loss of Kinetic energy
ball would bounce to it's original height
bouncy ball vs cricket ball
Low speed impact if no damage is done
kinetic energy changes
totally inelastic is where the two objects stick together
partially inelastic is where they move apart but have less kinetic energy
use the height Energy = mgh
link to conservation of energy
Kinetic energy =
Calculate kinetic energy before and after to decide
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