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Multiple chice question.
1. The co efficent of restitution is defined on the basis of
a.Velocity component along the line of impact only.
b.Velocity compnent normal to the line of impact
c.Velocity vectors before and after the collision.
d.Energies of bodies before and after the impact

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    c.Velocity vectors before and after the collision.

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