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Take the general case of an object of mass and velocity VA

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Problem 30P

(III) Take the general case of an object of mass  and velocity  elastically striking a stationary  object of mass  head-on. (  ) Show that the final velocities  and  are given by

(b) What happens in the extreme case when  is much smaller than  Cite a common example of this.(c) What happens in the extreme case when  is much larger than  ? Cite a common example of this.  What happens in the case when  ? Cite a common example.

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Solution 30P:

        We have to derive the relation between the initial velocities of the two colliding bodies and their final velocities in terms of their masses.

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Concept:

        Law of conservation of linear momentum: When no external force acts on the system, then the final momentum of the system is equal to their initial momentum.

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Chapter 7, Problem 30P is Solved
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Textbook: Physics: Principles with Applications
Edition: 6
Author: Douglas C. Giancoli
ISBN: 9780130606204

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