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## 1.) If the total momentum for a system is the same before and after the collision, we say that momentum is conserved. If momentum were conse

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1.) If the total momentum for a system is the same before and after the collision, we say that momentum is conserved. If momentum were conserved, what would be the ratio of the total momentum after the collision to the total momentum before the collision?

2.) If the total kinetic energy for a system is the same before and after the collision, we say that kinetic energy is conserved. If kinetic energy were conserved, what would be the ratio of the total kinetic energy after the collision to the total kinetic energy before the collision?

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Answer:h

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