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The lecture Inelastic Collision: Example by Jared Rovny is from the course Momentum.
Two balls, each with mass 2kg, and velocities of 2m/s and 3 m/s collide head on. Their final velocities are 2m/s and 1m/s, respectively. Is this collision elastic or inelastic?
A 3000kg truck travelling at 50km/hr strikes a stationary car of 1000kg, locking the two vehicles together? What will be the final velocity of the two vehicles?
Two meatballs are speeding directly toward each other. One is a 4kg meatball moving with a speed of 6m/s, and the other has a mass of 2kg and a speed of 4 m/s. If they collide inelastically, what will be the speed of the resulting 6kg meatball immediately after the collision?
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