Author: Rafael Navarro
Students will compare and contrast two types of collisions:
1) elastic collisions
2) inelastic collisions
by differentiating them in terms of
1) the material of objects colliding
2) the results after collision
3) conservation of energy and momentum
4) a sample problem
5) a picture
6) solving the sample problem.
The clues can either be cut out or written in the table.