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Collisions Lab Assignment - SPH4U f4, Physics, 12, University
2. In step 5 you created a scenario where the final velocity of the target
ball was 3x as large as the final velocity of the incoming ball. Using
formulae for elastic collisions, prove that the masses you chose along
with the initial velocity you used, will produce the results you observed.
3. In step #4, the total kinetic energy was smaller after the collision. Does
this violate the Law of Conservation of Energy? Explain.
Collisions in 2D Analysis Question:
1. In steps 1 and 2, you drew Pi and Pf. Are these vectors equal? Both of
these vectors are the "third" side of their respective triangles. Describe
your triangles in terms of whether or not they are identical, similar or
congruent?
Final Analysis Question:
1. Summarize the rules for conservation of momentum and kinetic energy
in a collision.
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Assessment OF: This assignment will be evaluated for a grade or mark that will contribute to your overall final
mark in this course.
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