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Forces & motion 6: Elastic and non-elastic collisions, conservation of momentum - concepts, calculations and Newton's 2nd law of motion

What is the momentum of an object?    What is an elastic collision?   What is an inelastic collision?    How do we solve problems and do calculations involving momentum?

Sub-index for this section on collisions and momentum

6.2 The Law of Conservation of Momentum: elastic/non-elastic collisions

6.3 Other examples of momentum effects - ascending rocket and bullet from fired gun

6.4 Problem solving questions involving more complex momentum calculations

6.5 Change in momentum and the consequences of Newton's Second Law of Motion

6.6 More advanced calculations involving momentum and Newton's 2nd/3rd Laws

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