# Inelastic Collisions

## Collisions between objects in which kinetic energy is used to generate heat or change the colliding objects.

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## Inelastic Collisions

Students will learn how to solve problems involving inelastic collisions.
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## Bumper Cars

This sim explains the concept of 'Elastic and Inelastic collision' using two bumper cars.
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## Collisions

Uncover the law of conservation of momentum by examining a variety of bumper car collisions
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## Car Collision

Explore how velocity, energy and momentum change during simulated car collisions.
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## Bumper Car Collisions

Inelastic Collisions Interactive
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## Newton's Cradle Part I: Demonstration

Illustrates how a Newton's cradle functions and poses the question of why it works in this manner
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## Newton's Cradle Part II: Explanation

Explains the physics behind a Newton's cradle collision.
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• Critical Thinking

## Inelastic Collisions Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Inelastic Collisions.
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