Answer to Question #98306 in Other Physics for Luis
You are a world-famous physical lawyer who defends a client who has been injured in a traffic accident. His client's car was hit from behind by another vehicle while he was in custody. The judge who is taking the case, argues that if the vehicle of the affected had been in motion, the injuries would not have been so serious. Is the judge correct? Or do you think you can win this case? Investigate and raise your arguments, based on collisions in one dimension.
A) It shows a detailed diagram (design) of the situation, where it shows the conditions before and after.
B)It shows a correct procedure of conservation laws and the mathematical calculations that support their arguments.
C)It gives a final conclusion of its found results.