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Intro to Impulse
Impulse with Variable Forces
Intro to Conservation of Momentum
Push-Away Problems
Types of Collisions
Completely Inelastic Collisions
Adding Mass to a Moving System
Collisions & Motion (Momentum & Energy)
Ballistic Pendulum
Collisions with Springs
Elastic Collisions
How to Identify the Type of Collision
Intro to Center of Mass

Concept #1: Impulse & Impulse-Momentum Theorem

Practice: You throw a 100-g ball with 30m/s. If the ball is in your hand for 0.2s during the throw, a) calculate the impulse
you deliver to it. b) Calculate the average Force that you exert on the ball.

Example #1: Impulse between Bouncy Ball & Wall

Practice: You catch a 0.6 kg ball initially moving with 10 m/s. Calculate the impulse delivered to the ball during the catch.

Example #2: Car Colliding with Wall