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Collision

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A collision or crash is an event in which two or more bodies exert forces on each other for a relatively short time. Although the most common colloquial use of the ...

Momentum and Collisions - The Physics Classroom

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In a collision the impulse encountered by an object is equal to the momentum ... Physics is about conceptual ideas and relationships; and problems test your ...

SparkNotes: SAT Physics: Collisions

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A collision occurs when two or more objects hit each other. When objects collide, each object feels a force for a short amount of time. This force imparts an ...

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Oct 7, 2009 ... Introduce the types of collisions in physics. ... Physics - Mechanics: Conservation of Momentum in an Elastic Collision (2 of 5) - Duration: 11:41.

Momentum and Collisions

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Momentum. 10-20-99. Sections 7.1 - 7.5. Momentum. There are two kinds of momentum, linear and angular. A spinning object has angular momentum; an object ...

Elastic and inelastic collisions - Khan Academy

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In this video, David explains what it means for a collision to be elastic or inelastic. ... Physics · Chemistry · Organic Chemistry · Biology · Health & medicine ...

Impacts and linear momentum | Physics | Khan Academy

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This is called the conservation of momentum, and we can use it to analyze collisions and other interactions. Bam! Skill check: Impacts and linear momentum.

Elastic and Inelastic Collisions

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A collision is an event where momentum or kinetic energy is transferred from one ... There are two general types of collisions in physics: elastic and inelastic.

Types of Collisions - APlusPhysics

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When objects collide, a number of different things can happen depending on the characteristics of the colliding objects. Of course, you know that momentum is ...

How to Determine Whether a Collision Is Elastic or Inelastic - For ...

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In physics, collisions can be defined as either elastic or inelastic. When bodies collide in the real world, they sometimes squash and deform to some degree.

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Elastic and Inelastic Collisions - HyperPhysics

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A perfectly elastic collision is defined as one in which there is no loss of kinetic energy in the collision. An inelastic collision is one in which part of the kinetic ...

Momentum and collisions -- from Physclips

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Momentum and collisions, animations and video film clips. Physclips provides multimedia education in introductory physics (mechanics) at different levels.

BBC Bitesize - Higher Physics - Collisions, explosions and impulse ...

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Learn how to understand and model collisions including explosions in terms of momentum, velocities and the forces involved for Higher Physics.