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Collisions

by Jared Rovny
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    The lecture Collisions by Jared Rovny is from the course Momentum.


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    1. Total momentum is always conserved, and the energy of the colliding objects is sometimes conserved
    2. Total momentum is always conserved, and the energy of the colliding objects is always conserved
    3. Total momentum is sometimes conserved, and the energy of the colliding objects is sometimes conserved
    4. Total momentum is sometimes conserved, and the energy of the colliding objects is always conserved
    5. Total momentum is never completely conserved, and the energy of the colliding objects is never completely conserved
    1. The objects deform and energy is lost to heat
    2. The objects bounce perfectly off of each other, losing energy to heat
    3. The objects stick completely together, conserving kinetic energy only
    4. The objects bounce perfectly off of each other, conserving momentum
    5. The objects bounce perfectly off of each other, conserving energy
    1. Kinetic energy is conserved, no energy is lost to heat, and momentum is conserved
    2. Potential energy is conserved, some energy is lost to heat, and momentum is conserved
    3. Kinetic energy is conserved, some energy is lost to heat, and momentum is conserved
    4. Kinetic energy is conserved, no energy is lost to heat, and momentum is not conserved
    5. Kinetic energy is not conserved, some energy is lost to heat, and momentum is conserved

    Author of lecture Collisions

     Jared Rovny

    Jared Rovny


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