Elastic Collisions

Sometimes an object will have the same (or nearly the same) speed as it had before impact, and these are called elastic collisions. These kinds of collisions also have the same kinetic energy and same momentum before and after the collision.


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3 Responses to “Elastic Collisions”
  1. bac051201 says:

    ;););)ok

  2. Aurora says:

    The previous video in this sequence also involved looking at different time intervals. I must have misspoken about the “last problem” – not sure which one I had shot before this one. Just ignore it! 🙂 I had to create 500+ videos for this section, so you may find little errors like this in terms of where they got moved in the sequence. Everything should be logically laid out and accurate in terms of science. 🙂

  3. bac051201 says:

    this video has a reference to a “last problem”. is that supposed to be what the mislabeled video is???

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