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THE BALLISTIC PENDULUM. Students: Pedro N. Placido, Jr. Aziz Kenz. Ryan Ramnarine. SC 441H Spring 2002, Dr. Roman Kezerashvili. OBJECTIVES:. Study one-dimensional Inelastic Collision between two objects. Determine the Linear Momentum.

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## THE BALLISTIC PENDULUM

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**THE BALLISTIC PENDULUM**Students: Pedro N. Placido, Jr. Aziz Kenz. Ryan Ramnarine. SC 441H Spring 2002, Dr. Roman Kezerashvili**OBJECTIVES:**• Study one-dimensional Inelastic Collision between two objects. • Determine the Linear Momentum. • Verify the principals of conservation of Mechanical Energy and Linear Momentum for Ballistic Pendulum Experiment .**Data:Table #1: Determination of the initial velocity of the**ball with the ballistic pendulum.**Table #2:Determination of the velocity of the ball from**Distance-Time measurements.**Table #3:Determination of the fractional loss of kinetic**energy.**Conclusion:**We conclude that both Linear Momentum and Mechanical Energy are conserved in Ballistic Pendulum Experiment. These concepts are also an important source to understand inelastic collisions.**THE BALLISTIC PENDULUM**Thank You, to all our class mates, and to Dr. Roman Kezerashvili.

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