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if momentum of a system is conserved does it neccessirily mean kinetic energy is conserved? oviously in inellastic collision it doent happen but both momentu and ke are related to velocity so why this violation?

if momentum of a system is conserved does it neccessirily mean kinetic energy is conserved? oviously in inellastic collision it doent happen but both momentu and ke are related to velocity so why this violation?


 

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Chetan Mandayam Nayakar
312 Points
9 years ago

momentum depends on both magnitude and direction of velocity, but kinetic energy depends only on magnitude of velocity

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