22 Collisions in One Dimension

# 22 Collisions in One Dimension - they stick together what...

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Two objects collide. Under what conditions are the final velocities both zero?
You are sitting at your desk and wish to close the door by throwing something at it. You have a bouncy ball and a sticky lump of clay. If both are the same mass, which should you throw?

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A 2kg ball collides head on with a 1kg ball. If both were initially moving a 2m/s, and

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Unformatted text preview: they stick together, what are their final velocities? A 2kg ball collides head on with a 1kg ball. If both were initially moving a 2m/s, and they stick together, what are their final velocities?...
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