P2 3.5: Explosions.

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  • Created on: 07-03-16 13:09
What does momentum have?
Size and direction.
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What must each calculation be different?
One of the forces must be negative and the other one must be positive.
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What is the momentum of objects before an explosion?
Zero as they are at rest.
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What is the momentum after the explosion?
Zero, as even though they have moved they have cancelled each other out.
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What is an example of momentum?
Firing a bullet from a gun. the bullet goes one way and the gun recoils in the other.
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What must each calculation be different?

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One of the forces must be negative and the other one must be positive.

Card 3

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What is the momentum of objects before an explosion?

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Card 4

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What is the momentum after the explosion?

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What is an example of momentum?

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