using the conservation of linear momentum with a known coefficient of restitution (COR), one can obtain the final velocity of object 1 with this eq'n:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

conservation of linear momentum looks like 'mv', where conservation of angular momentum looks like 'Iω'. Based on this, can I sub in 'I' for every 'm' and 'ω' for every 'v' in the previous equation, such thatCode (Text):

V1,f= [U](COR+1)M2V2-V1(M1-COR*M2)[/U]

M1+M2

?Code (Text):

ω1,f= [U](COR+1)I2ω2-ω1(I1-COR*I2)[/U]

I1+I2

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# Linear/ang. momentum, COR

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