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?
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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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