Momentum

Momentum

Simply defined as an objects mass times its velocity.

In collisions, provided there are no external forces, the momentum before an event is the same as the momentum afterwards. It is a conserved quantity.

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Momentum: Example

Don't forget that momentum is a vector quantity so, like velocity, it has a direction as well.

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