Experiment repot m3 Billy Bruck.docx - Name Billy Bruck Title Newton Cradle Hypothesis In this experiment we will prove successfully during this

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Name: Billy Bruck Title: Newton Cradle Hypothesis: In this experiment we will prove successfully during this conversation of momentum and energy. Where when the ball being released contacted the stationary ball, in which will then stop, but due to the momentum from the moving ball it will get transferred to it until it has reached the last ball that in turn is the same ball mass equal to it. Doing so in turn will swing into the air with the same energy and momentum as the first ball did when was released. Overview: When this experiment was tested a computer was used for the simulation known as Newton’s Cradle. There are five weighed balls that are suspended from a frame, that can swing back and forth. Using this type will help get the results for this experiment in and out along from one axis. The only factor that can be seen is that it can be altered due to the number of swing balls started with. Possibility

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