A moving billiard ball strikes a stationary identical billiard ball straight through its center.

A moving billiard ball strikes a stationary identical billiard ball straight through its center. In order for the two billiard balls to have a perfectly elastic collision, the ball originally moving must stop. This is because es )

A) the conservation of energy can only occur this way.
B) the conservation of momentum can only occur this way.
C) the first ball cannot supply a torque to the second ball.
D) the first ball must transfer all of its momentum and kinetic energy to the
second ball

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