Crash Ramp
Sections
1. Crash Simulation (One Ramp)
2. Crash Simulation Math
3. Crash Simulation (Two Ramps)
4. Crash Simulation Math
5. Momentum Quiz
1. Crash Simulation (One Ramp)
This simulation shows conservation of momentum during a collision between two objects.
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 Mass A(1 to 10)Start Position A(1 to 5)Velocity A0.00 Mass B(1 to 10)Velocity B0.00
2. Crash Simulation Math
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 Mass A1.00 Velocity A2.00 Mass B4.00 Velocity B0.00
Press Start to start the simulation.
3. Crash Simulation (Two Ramps)
This simulation shows conservation of momentum during a collision between two objects.
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 Mass A(1 to 10)Start Position A(1 to 5)Velocity A0.00 Mass B(1 to 10)Start Position B(1 to 5)Velocity B0.00
4. Crash Simulation Math
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 Mass A4.00 Velocity A1.00 Mass B1.00 Velocity B-2.00
Press Start to start the simulation.
5. Momentum Quiz
 GoalsAnswer all questions Submit your answers Suppose ball A is moving at 2 m/s and ball B is moving at -2 m/s. Both have the same mass. After colliding: Ball A is moving at 4 m/s and ball B is moving at 0 m/s. Ball A is moving at 0 m/s and ball B is moving at 4 m/s. Ball A is moving at -2 m/s and ball B is moving at 2 m/s. Ball A is moving at 2 m/s and ball B is moving at -2 m/s. Suppose ball A is moving at 2 m/s and ball B is stationary. Both have the same mass. After colliding: Ball A is moving at -2 m/s and ball B is stationary. Ball A is moving at -2 m/s and ball B is moving at 2 m/s. Ball A is stationary and ball B is stationary. Ball A is stationary and ball B is moving at 2 m/s. Suppose ball A is moving at 1 m/s and ball B is moving at -3 m/s. Both have the same mass. After colliding: Ball A is moving at -3 m/s and ball B is moving at 1 m/s. Ball A is moving at 1 m/s and ball B is moving at -3 m/s. Ball A is moving at 3 m/s and ball B is moving at -1 m/s. Ball A is moving at -1 m/s and ball B is moving at 3 m/s. Suppose ball A is moving at 1 m/s and ball B is stationary. Ball A has a mass of 5 kg and ball B has a mass of 1 kg. After colliding: Ball A is moving at < 1 m/s and ball B is moving at > 1 m/s. Ball A is moving at > 1 m/s and ball B is moving at > 1 m/s. Ball A is stationary and ball B is moving at > 1 m/s. Ball A is stationary and ball B is moving at < 1 m/s. Suppose ball A is moving at 2 m/s and ball B is moving at -2 m/s. Ball A has a mass of 5 kg and ball B has a mass of 1 kg. After colliding: Ball A is moving < 0 m/s and ball B is moving at < 2 m/s. Ball A is moving < 0 m/s and ball B is moving at > 2 m/s. Ball A is moving > 0 m/s and ball B is moving at < 2 m/s. Ball A is moving > 0 m/s and ball B is moving at > 2 m/s. Suppose ball A is moving at 2 m/s and ball B is moving at -2 m/s. Ball A has a mass of 2 kg and ball B has a mass of 1 kg. After colliding: Ball A is moving < 0 m/s and ball B is moving at < 2 m/s. Ball A is moving < 0 m/s and ball B is moving at > 2 m/s. Ball A is moving > 0 m/s and ball B is moving at < 2 m/s. Ball A is moving > 0 m/s and ball B is moving at > 2 m/s.
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