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Sara122
Force,Mass & Momentum Questions

I cant solve the part where it asks u to use the data to verify the principle of conservastion of momentum, i got the velocities correct and im using the same formula, i got the right answer for body A but i cant get it for body B, please need some help!:grin:


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bmk14
bmk14
So you get a velocity of 1.3416 m/s for A before collision, then A and B after the collision is 0.6916 m/s . Then for the principle of conservation of momentum , the moment before is equal to the momentum after. So you would have (1.3416)(0.3607) = (0.7016)(0.6916) and you should get in around the same answer proving the principle
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