# Describe two different collisions—one in which angular

## Problem 26CQ Chapter 10

Physics: Principles with Applications | 6th Edition

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Problem 26CQ

Describe two different collisions—one in which angular momentum is conserved, and the other in which it is not. Which condition determines whether or not angular momentum is conserved in a collision?

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Step-by-step solution Step 1 of 3 Case: 1 A vertical cricket bat fixed at the handle tip, when a ball strikes the bat at the lower end and the collision is elastic, both the ball and bat moves in different directions, this is the case where the angular momentum is not conserved. Step 2 of 3 Case: 2 A vertical cricket bat fixed at the handle tip, when a ball strikes the bat at the lower end and the collision is inelastic , the ball adhere to the bat and both rotates about the fixed end simultaneously , assuming no friction due to air , this is the case where angular momentum is conserved.

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