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Consider a one-dimensional collision that involves a body of mass m1 originally moving in the positive x direction with speed v0 colliding with a second body of mass m2 originally at rest. The collision could be completely inelastic, with the two bodies sticking together, completely elastic, or somewhere in between. After the collision, m1 moves with velocity v1 while m2 moves with velocity v2 Solve the problem See the attachment

Consider a one-dimensional collision that involves a body of mass m1 originally moving 
in the positive x direction with speed v0 colliding with a second body of mass m2 originally 
at rest. The collision could be completely inelastic, with the two bodies sticking together, 
completely elastic, or somewhere in between. After the collision, m1 moves with velocity v1 
while m2 moves with velocity v2
Solve the problem
See the attachment
 

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Vikas TU
14149 Points
one year ago
To find the velocities of the particles after the collision, you can:
Find the velocity of the system center of mass:
Switch to the center of mass reference frame. ...
Have the collision. ...
Switch back to the original frame of reference, by adding vcm to each particle's velocity.
Smile, you're done.

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