Momentum lab

Anonymous
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I already did all my calculations I am just stuck on analysis questions and I uploaded pictures and you can take a look to answer the analysis questions is not really hard to doit.

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Tutor Answer

andythewxman
School: New York University

Hello again. Here are your answers. I also checked over your calculations and everything looked good with them.

1. According to the Law of Conservation of Momentum, in collisions between two objects,
momentum is always conserved. Only an outside force acting on one of the objects can
change its momentum. However, since colliding objects are in contact for such a short
amount of time, the impulse is small ...

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Anonymous
Wow this is really good.... didn't expect it. Sweet!!!!

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