1. The problem statement, all variables and given/known data Two identical spheres A and B are kept on a smooth surface. They are given the same impulse I. The lines of action of impulses pass through the center of A and away from the center of B. Then: (A) linear kinetic energy of B will be less than that of A. (B) B will have greater kinetic energy than A. (C) A and B will have the same kinetic energy. (D) none of the above. 2. The attempt at a solution Sorry I didn't go by the template because I didn't know how to begin the problem. I cannot actually visualize how the impulses will be acting on the two spheres. It is given that the line of action of Impulse passes through the center of A. Ok, I got it. But away from the center of B? Shouldn't that also not pass through the center?