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Two trucks, one twice as heavy as the other, collide head on (assume it's one dimensional and easy ;) ) and the collission is perfectly inelastic. If it was perfectly inelastic there would be no kinetic energy left, and therefore no velocity. How do the trucks manage to conserve momentum by moving in the direction of the smaller truck if they have no energy?
Please help out, I've been searching for days.
Please help out, I've been searching for days.