What experiment would you create to explain young students the principle of conservation of momentum?

Watch this video and answer 7 questions.1. What experiment would you create to explain young students the principle of conservation of momentum? Describe it in a concise way.2. How does the red and green paper airplane experiment conducted by the lecturer relate to rocket stability? What is the main condition for a rocket to be stable in flight?3. What is the main job that the fins of a rocket have and how do they accomplish that job?4. At what point in a rocket’s flight should the parachute be programmed to open? Why at that specific point?5. What is the advantage of using a solid propellant over a liquid one? What is the disadvantage?6. What are some advantages of using liquid fuel for rocket propellant?7. What is the most interesting thing that you learned from Prof. Chris Bishop’s lecture? Why was it interesting to you?

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