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When objects with mass have velocity, they have MOMENTUM. MOMENTUM: p= mv
There are two types of collisions: ELASTIC & INELASTIC Elastic collisions occur when the objects "bounce off of each other" and maintain separate velocities. Inelastic collisions occur when the objects "stick together" and create one velocity.
When two objects collide, in an INELASTIC COLLISION, the object with greater mass determines which way the system travels.
The amount of time that an object's momentum is interrupted by force creates IMPULSE. IMPULSE: J= Force/time
The shorter the amount of time that a force acts upon an object, the more impulse. The longer the amount of time that a force acts upon an object, the less impulse.
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