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anonymous
 one year ago
if in case of collision of objects in two dimensions, which statement is true after the collision?
The horizontal momentum is not conserved.
The vertical momentum is not conserved.
The horizontal momentum and the vertical momentum are both conserved.
The horizontal momentum and the vertical momentum are not conserved.
anonymous
 one year ago
if in case of collision of objects in two dimensions, which statement is true after the collision? The horizontal momentum is not conserved. The vertical momentum is not conserved. The horizontal momentum and the vertical momentum are both conserved. The horizontal momentum and the vertical momentum are not conserved.

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anonymous
 one year ago
Best ResponseYou've already chosen the best response.0momentum is a conserved vector quantity in a closed system (i.e. only internal forces so that Newton's third law holds) so its components (horizontal, vertical) are both conserved
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