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     MOMENTUM AND IMPULSE TERMS:    Momentum- a measure of how difficult it is to stop a                      moving object.    Internal forces- forces which act between the objects of                      a system.   External forces - forces that act on the objects of a                      system which come from the outside.   Inelastic collision - a collision in which the total kinetic                        energy of the system of objects is not                       constant.     Elastic collision - a collision in which the total kinetic                        energy of the objects in a system is                       constant.   Impulse - the product of the average force and the time                  interval during which it acts. Impulse is a
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