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Inelastic Collisions

Key Questions

  • Answer:

    An inelastic collision is one where the momentum is conserved in the collision but the kinetic energy is not.

    Explanation:

    This means that in an inelastic collision, the kinetic energy of the objects in question changes before and after the collision

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