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# Elastic Collisions

## Collisions between objects in which total kinetic energy remains the same.

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## Elastic and Inelastic Collision

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This short simulation allows you to explore the different types of collisions and view them in terms of kinetic energy, velocity, and momentum.
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## MOMENTUM - The Physics Song

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The song video at this link is about momentum and collisions. Fun way to review your understanding of momentum and collisions.
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## Conservation of Linear Momentum - Overview

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Overview
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## Conservation of Linear Momentum - Example 1

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Determining the momentum of objects using the conservation of momentum for inelastic collisions
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## Conservation of Linear Momentum - Example 3

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Determining the momentum of objects using the conservation of momentum for elastic collisions
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## Conservation of Linear Momentum - Example 4

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Determining the initial and final velocities of objects using the conservation of momentum for elastic collisions
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