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    When two objects in motion collide

    Hello, I have a question. If two objects in linear motion on the horizontal collide, after the collision will one object more below the horizontal or will both objects move above the horizontal? I think both will travel above the horizontal. It this a good interpretation of what is happening in question 3

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    Re: When two objects in motion collide

    Quote Originally Posted by sakonpure6 View Post
    Hello, I have a question. If two objects in linear motion on the horizontal collide, after the collision will one object more below the horizontal or will both objects move above the horizontal? I think both will travel above the horizontal. It this a good interpretation of what is happening in question 3

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    momentum is conserved in both the horizontal and vertical directions.
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