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What is the purpose of Conservation of linear momentum experiment?

What is the theory of Conservation of linear momentum experiment? ( Write a paragraph on elastic and inelastic collision. Include related equations as well. (you will find them in lab manual).)

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In an linear momentum conservation experiment, different spring was
attached to force sensor.
As a result, the difference in momentum was greater and difference
in kinetic energy was smaller in experiment where the spring
constant was small.
How can I physically interpret this result?

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