anonymous
  • anonymous
true or false in an inelastic collision momentum is not conserved
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schrodinger
  • schrodinger
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anonymous
  • anonymous
False. Momentum is always conserved in a closed system.
anonymous
  • anonymous
very true
anonymous
  • anonymous
excuse me very false

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anonymous
  • anonymous
momentum is always conserved
anonymous
  • anonymous
false
anonymous
  • anonymous
False indeed. Thanks to the spatial symmetry of our universe, momentum is always always conserved. You should take a glance at Noether's Theorem (if you are familiar with the Lagrangian).
anonymous
  • anonymous
Oh, come on z_t, now you're just showing off. ಠ_ಠ I doubt that someone unfamiliar with introductory physics will know anything about Lagrangians.
anonymous
  • anonymous
yes i have no idea but now i know momentum is always conserved thanks alot everybody

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