- Solve problems involving collisions and explosions using conservation of momentum in one and two dimensions. (Nelson ,p.220)
- Distinguish between elastic and inelastic collisions. (Nelson ,p.220)
- Analyze the results of head on and glancing collisions using conservation of momentum . (Nelson ,p.220)
- Identify and describe technological applications of momentum and conservation of momentum, and analyze their impact on society and the environment. (Nelson ,p.220)
Reference: Bruni Dick, Speijer Stewart (2012).Nelson ,Physics 12 University preparation.Education Resource Centre york University,4700 Keel St.TEL Building,Room 3144,Toronto ,ON M3J 1P3 , 416-736-5259.