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This website, from the Physics Classroom, offers a detailed physics tutorial for high school students on the conservation of momentum.
The page provides a very thorough explanation, including related mathematics and also a number of illustrations and animations. There are also several exercises provided to test the user's understanding. Links are included for related material.
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