Subject: In a bat and ball collision, is momentum conserved, why or why not?
Date: Wed May 26 22:43:45 1999
Posted by Juli Chikaraishi
Grade level: 10-12
School: Glenbrook South High School
City: Glenview State/Province: Illinois
Area of science: Physics
My group and I have extensively studied the law of conservation
of momentum relating to the bat and ball collision, but have run
into some difficulty. We have found out that, when using
theoretical data (such as mass and velocity), momentum is
conserved, however this doesn't hold true for data which is not
theoretical (that we calculated ourselves). Why is this error
Re: In a bat and ball collision, is momentum conserved, why or why not?
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