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Momentum and Impulse

Understand momentum as mass multiplied by velocity and impulse as change in momentum

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Momentum and Impulse

Explains momentum and impulse.
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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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Momentum & Impulse

Momentum and Impulse Interactive
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Momentum and Impulse Quiz

Reviews the definitions of momentum and impulse and calculations involving change in momentum.
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It Is All A Matter Of Impulse

Discover how impulse and momentum are related.
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It's Not the Crash It's the Sudden Stop

Learn how impulse saves lives.
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Derailing Trains

Learn how a train can be derailed.
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