A 2.0-g particle moving at 8.0 m/s makes a perfectly elastic head-on collision with a resting 1.0-g object. (a) Find the speed of each particle after the collision. (b) Find the speed of each particle after the collision if the stationary particle has a mass of 10 g. (c) Find the fi nal kinetic energy of the incident 2.0-g particle in the situations described in parts (a) and (b). In which case does the incident particle lose more kinetic energy?

Cheyenne Beaver TITLE Experiment performed on XX/XX/2016 Lab Partner: Samantha Nagel Abstract Clearly state goal of experiment. State end results (cite data here). Conclusions about lab. Introduction State purpose of lab. Brief outline of theory, has to do with instrument used. Pertinent equations, number all equations and make sure to write them in equation maker. Experimental Methods Describes how the lab was undertaken in detail Results Tables and figures, all should be individually numbered. Tables that are not necessarily important can be placed in the Appendix. Tabulated data should reflect associated error in measure