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This page has some great videos on this. I recommend you view the Richard Garriott space video first. (4th one on page)
let me try once in my rough..
hi barbie19022002 so v2 is given by Can you finish this now? Bob
Ya..I am...but I don't know I to use it..
Are you aware of the law of conservation of momentum?
can you explain it to me more nicely...pls
hi barbie19022002 let m1 = 100 and m2 = 200 u1 = 2 and u2 = 1 After the collision the masses are the same but the velocities are now v1 (= 1.67 ) and v2 So you can 'plug in' the numbers and work out v2 Bob
I didn't expect in such a early period of time we will have chforce and the laws of motion and now I am stuck with it..pls..some one help me.. 