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# Impulse

## Force created by the exchange of momentum between two objects.

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## Impulse

Students will learn the meaning of impulse force and how to calculate both impulse and impulse force in various situations.
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## Impulse

Students will learn the meaning of impulse force and how to calculate both impulse and impulse force in various situations.
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## Crash Test Dummy

Learn about the relationship between force, time, impulse and momentum in collisions.
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## Collisions

Uncover the law of conservation of momentum by examining a variety of bumper car collisions
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## Impulse Problem

Solves an example problem using impulse in a collision.
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## Impulse: Happy Ball Sad Ball

Explains the differences between collisions where moving objects come to halt and where they bounce off each other.
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## Impulse Quiz - PPB

Requires understanding and calculation of impulse, force of impulse, change in momentum and time of impact.
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• Critical Thinking

## Impulse Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Impulse.
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