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Objective: To use impulse-momentum change theorem to analyze a variety of comparative collisions and predict which collision involves the greatest momentum change, impulse, and force. If you miss a question, then you will eventually be given a very similar question. You can use the Help button at any time. 
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Case Studies: Impulse and Force
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Master 4 Questions Conduct an analysis of two contrasting collisions.
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