# 2 equel mass balls with equel velocity is thrown towards each other, what will happen??? Momentum conserved????

509 Points
13 years ago

net force along horizontal direction is 0 ...

net force along vertical direction is present ,that is gtravity ...

now , no external force acts on the system along horizontal direction so

horizontal momentam will remain conserved any time...

net force acts in verticle direction so verticle momentam changes with time...

Himanshu Dogra
34 Points
13 years ago

In all the collisions, i.e. elastic, inelastic, superelastic etc. net momentum is conserved in the direction there is no external force.

Vikas TU
14149 Points
13 years ago
 Yes, momentum will be conserved due to their equal masses, so none of them will effect the velocity of others beacuse its an elastic collision.
iit jee
44 Points
13 years ago

hi,

when there is no external force acting on a system then net momentum will be conserved.before collision the net  momentum is mv-mv=0 then just after the collision the momentum will be 2mv1. as 2mv1=mv-mv(conservation of momentum) new velocity will be 0

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