Sudarshan Asked a Question
April 9, 2020 8:27 pmpts 30 pts
2 Two asteroids collide in space and one of them breaks into two equal pieces. If the initial velocity of the second asteroid was v and those of its components are also v each, then the velocity of the first asteroid after the impact can be deduced as (A) same as initial velocity (B) 0 (C) twice the initial velocity (D) any arbitrary value
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  • Ruby negi
    the final velocity of first particle after collision is same as it's initial velocity. option a
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  • Abhishek singh thankyou
    As momentum of first partical remains unchanged, hence momentum of second partical will also remain same. hence velocity won't change.
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  • Ruby negi thankyou
    final velocity of first particle after collision is same as it's initial velocity.
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