Could you explain to me the significance of vf'=[(m1-2m)/(m1+M2)]vi

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Could you explain to me the significance of vf'=[(m1-2m)/(m1+M2)]vi

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I am aware that this equations concerns with a collision between two objects.
Whether this equation concerns with linear collision or two dimensional collision I don't know.

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can you please explain the terms? what are they?
ok ok wait....
Sorry I was in the washroom
Alright so this concerns with conservation of momentum.
I am unsure as to what v' flick means
hey,,,, its one dimention..... As component is not there... I haven't revised that, but just went through my notes roughly
Its a good thing you reminded me, Once I revise NLM and Work, Energy, Power, I will go through Collisions pretty thoroughly. but ya, i am pretty sure, this is one dimention
For 2D The equation is (don't ask me how as I haven't revised yet) is=> \[m _{1}u _{1}\sin \alpha+m _{2}u _{2}\sin \beta=m _{1}v _{1}\sin \theta _{1}+m _{2}v _{2}\sin \theta _{2}\]
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