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when momentum is linearly conserved the COM continues to have the same velocity right? so when we r talking about inelastic collision in 1-D,the relative velocity before & after the collision differ (right?) does this imply that the velocity of COM of the system has changed, coz if it does then C.O.L.M. IS NOT TRUE IN THIS CASE ....plz help. in short, why is linear momentum conserved when 2 bodies collideand coefficient of restitution is between 0 and 1


when momentum is linearly conserved the COM continues to have the same velocity right? so when we r talking about inelastic collision in 1-D,the relative velocity before & after the collision differ (right?) does this imply that the velocity of COM of the system has changed, coz if it does then C.O.L.M. IS NOT TRUE IN THIS CASE ....plz help.

in short, why is linear momentum conserved when 2 bodies collideand coefficient of restitution is between 0 and 1


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