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# Mass of the blue ball is 0.88 Kg and mass of the pink ball is 1.50 kg

The following example follows law of conservation of momentum.

Is the statement true or false?

Initial:

Final:

- True
- False

Hint:

### Check using conservation of momentum formula.

## The correct answer is 'False'.

### Initial:

Final:

Since the law of conservation of momentum says that initial momentum should be equal to final momentum, and the values given here do not match accordingly; the statement is false.

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