How do you calculate the momentum of two objects immediately after a perfectly elastic collision?
Do you need to find the velocities of the two objects after collision and then use the formula of p=mv. where p is momentum vector, m is mass of the object, and v is the velocity vector?
Or is there another way to find the linear momentum?

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