# Momentum Questions and Answers (Q&A)

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E. Stanley, Technical writer
The answer to this is letter B. How was this conclusion reached? You need to check out the numbers used in the given as well as the direction used. According to the question, you are trying to...Read More

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H. Martin, Content Writer
The answer to this is A. The sum of their momentums is still the same with the sum of their momentums before they have collided with each other. There can be slight differences with their...Read More

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Tisaintmyemail
A collision is considered inelastic as long as the coefficient of restitution, e, is smaller than 1 or as long as kinetic energy is lost in the collision. For two objects to stick togeth...Read More

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The root square root of 2gh

1/2 mv2 = mgh

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Shouldn't it Bounce at a lesser height because it's an inelastic collision

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Linda.nonyukela

This statement is false because momentum is a vector thus both magnitude and direction is taken into account.

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John Smith
False

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J.Barbara
One way to make complex math problems easier to understand is to relate them to everyday things. This can make the process of solving math problems more fun as well as more understandable. The...Read More

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Iiit
Both velocity s is same

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John Smith

p = mv, where p is momentum, m is mass in kg and v is velocity in m/s. Because momentum is a vector quantity, this means it has both magnitude and direction.

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Christyleeallen

When objects become tangled or stick together is an example of an inelastic collision.

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John Smith
Both velocity s is same

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Mcdonellm
The square root of 2gh