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Impulse and Momentum Objectives. 1. Define momentum. 2. Distinguish between elastic and inelastic collisions. 3. Use conservation principles to solve problems involving elastic and inelatic collisions for initial velocity, final velocity or mass, given the other values. 4. Define impulse; distinguish between impulse and force. 5. Determine the impulse acting on an object given the change in momentum. 6. Determine the force acting on an object, given its change in momentum. 7. Calculate the area under a force versus time graph and relate it to the change in momentum of an object. 8. Analyze situations in which tow or more objects are pushed apart by a spring or other agent, and calculate how much energy is released in such a process.