What is knock-on effect?

Q1. What is knock-on effect?

Ans.

In This toy, each swinging ball knocks into the next, passing momentum along.

When two objects collide, their combined momentum remains the same, if nothing else interferes. So if one object loses momentum, this momentum must be passed on to the other object, making it move. This is essentially a knock-on effect.

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