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Spend a few minutes playing with the simulation to familiarize yours elf with what it can do.
P 1: n ' n M m n ' II
For case 1 - case 3 below, use the simulation to collect data and complete calculations to show the system momentum, and total system kinetic energy, before and after the collision. In each case, fill
in the top table, and then use that data to calculate the unknown values in the other two tables. Case 1: Elastic collisions [keep the elasticity setting at 1 for this phase]. With actual carts. the carts
have magnets in the ends that face one another, with the magnets arranged to repel. 2 2m = (2.0 kg] m = [1.0 kg] +3.0 m/s -3.0 m/s —-_-1-
-3 Okgm/s +30 kgm/s — +6.0 kg m/s Case 2: Completely inelastic collisions [keep the elasticity setting at 0 for this phase]. With actual
cartsI we turn the carts around so the Velcro ends face one another - the carts stick together. Collision m. m: V11 VZI V1: Vzi
3 m = (1.0 kg] m = [1.0 kg) +6.0 III/S -3.0 111/8
4 2m = (2.0 kg] m = [1.0 kg] +3.0 m/s -3.0 m/s
Collision I.. I2. I.= I1.+ I2. r= 1r+ In ————-_-1_-a- ——mm--—

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