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What is difference between head-on and an oblique collision?
Asked by Topperlearning User | 15 Jul, 2014, 11:23: AM
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Head-on collision- A collision is said to be head-on collision when the colliding objects move along a straight line joining their centres.
 
Oblique Collision- When the colliding objects do not move along the straight line joining their centres, the collision is said to be oblique collision.
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