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3/29/2019 Collisions Lab Assignment - SPH4U f4, Physics, 12, University _L 1. Run the simulation and draw a diagram that represents Pi — the momentum before the collision. 2. Underneath that diagram draw another diagram that shows two
vectors - Plf and sz- the final momentums of ball 1 and ball 2 after the collision. Include a third vector that represents 7‘; - the sum of the
former two vectors. 3. Using formula, calculate the total kinetic energy before and the total
energy after the collision. 4. Repeat step 1 but first change the Elasticity to 50%. 5. Reset the elasticity to 100%. Using the setup in step # 1, manipulate
the masses (do not change the initial velocities) so that AFTER the
collision the green ball is travelling 3 times as fast as the red ball after
the collision. Note: The collision must remain one dimensional. The
green ball must initially be at rest. Record the masses using the
following table. ball mass at V W W
1 i:I---- 2 En“ Procedure: Collisions in 2D Adjust your simulation to reflect the following setup. https://|ms.virtualhighschool.com/d2l/lelcontent/61371/viewConlent/531195Niew 3/6

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