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This following applet is Collision between two pendulums
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Collision between two pendulums

Collision between two pendulums.
You can adjust mass m and initial angle for the right one.
Click the check box show T if you want to view the Tension.
This simulation assume elastic collision between pendulum.

You can drag the right slider up/down to change the gravity,too.

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