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Course: PHYS 201, Fall 2008
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201: Physics Lecture 14 q q q q Momentum Impulse Collisions: Elastic and Inelastic Conservation of Momentum and Energy 05/14/09 Physics 201, UW-Madison 1 Momentum and Impulse q Momentum r p r Fave = = = = q For single object.... If F = 0, then momentum conserved (p = 0) For &quot;system&quot; of objects ... r p = tot = = 0,...

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