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# Momentum

## An object in motion possesses energy that is transferred into objects it collides with.

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## Momentum

Students will learn what momentum is and how to calculate the momentum of objects. In addition, students will learn how to use conservation of momentum to solve basic problems.
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## Crash Test Dummy

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

Practice with the concepts of conservation of momentum and energy by analyzing a special case of the ballistic pendulum.
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## Collisions

Uncover the law of conservation of momentum by examining a variety of bumper car 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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## Bumper Car Collisions

Momentum Interactive
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## Collisions and Momentum Conservation

Explains the conservation of momentum and how it applies to collisions. Provides examples of inelastic and elastic collisions.
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## Momentum Quiz - PPB

Calculations involving the equation p=mv or p = m1v1 + m^2v^2, attaining the momentum or velocity of a part of a system.
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## Momentum Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Momentum.
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