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This following applet is Astroblaster balls (The Multiple Collision Accelerator!)
Created by prof Hwang Modified by Ahmed
Original project Astroblaster balls (The Multiple Collision Accelerator!)

The ratio for the highest height to the initial height will depend on the ratio of the mas.
Initially, the mass ratio is 2.0 and the ratio is close to what you have expect (but not quite the same).
You can adjust the mass ratio and see what will happen!
You can also change the number of particles.
And what if the mass ratio is less than 1.0? Ask yourself before you hit play!
Have fun!

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