### AQA Edexcel OCR A Level A Level Physics MME

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**Momentum**and

**Collisions**(

**Answers**) Name: Total Marks: /30 . 1. Total for Question 1: 5 (a) De ne

**momentum**. Is it a vector or scalar quantity? [1] Solution: Product of mass and velocity. Since velocity has magnitude and direction, it is a vector quantity. (b) Use Newton’s second law to explain the impulse of a force. [2] Solution: N2L: F= m v t. Impulse is F twhich …

### Momentum Worksheet 3 Elastic Inelastic Collisions

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**Momentum Worksheet**#3 – Elastic/Inelastic

**Collisions**In all

**collisions, momentum**is always conserved. There are three types of

**collisions:Elastic Collisions**– A

**collision**where energy is also conserved. Dropping a ball to the ground and seeing it rebound to the exact same height would be an example of an elastic

**collision.**

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### Momentum Packet Solutions Frederick County Public Schools

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**collide**in the absence of friction, A.

**velocity**decreases. B.

**velocity**increases. C.

**momentum**is not lost or gained. D.

**momentum**is gained. The

**momentum**of an object is in the same direction as its B. C. D. force. acceleration.

**velocity.**inertia. What is the formula for

**momentum?**

### Momentum And Collisions Name Lesson 2 Momentum And

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**Momentum and Collisions**© The Physics Classroom, 2009 Page 2 2. A 2.1-kg brick is placed gently upon a 2.9-kg cart originally moving with

**a speed**of 26 cm/s. Determine the

**post-collision speed**of the combination of brick and cart. (2.9 kg)•(26 cm/s) = (2.1 kg + 2.9 kg)•v 75.4 kg•cm/s = (5.0 kg)•v v = 15.1 cm/s 3.

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**collision**or explosion involving two objects, the

**momentum change**for each object is the same. So both the bullet and the gun encounter the same …

### Physics I Honors Chapter 6 Practice Test Momentum And Collisions

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**Momentum**and

**Collisions**Multiple Choice Identify the letter of the choice that best completes the statement or

**answers**the question. ____ 1. Which of the following equations can be used to directly calculate an object’s

**momentum**, p? a. p = mv c. = FΔt b. d. Δp = F t ____ 2. When comparing the

**momentum**of two moving objects, which of the …

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**Momentum And Collisions Worksheet Answer**Key, Boyle’s Law Practice

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### AP Physics 1 Momentum Impulse And Collisions Practice

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**momentum**is conserved in all

**collisions**and most explosions. Q14. A 2000-kg car traveling at 20 m/s collides with a 1000-kg car at rest at a stop sign. If the 2000-kg car has a velocity of 6.67 m/s after the

**collision**, find the velocity of the 1000-kg after the

**collision**(26.7 m/s) Q13 Q10