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BLOSSOMS - Mystery of Motion: Momentum, Kinetic Energy and Their Conversion (Urdu)

In this video lesson, the concept of momentum applied to hard-body collisions is explained using a number of simple demonstrations, all of which can be repeated in the classroom. Understanding Newton's Laws is fundamental to all of physics, and this lesson introduces the vital concepts of momentum and energy, and their conservation.

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