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The law which states that if no external force acts on a system, the momentum of the system remains unchanged.
If a 5 kg mass is traveling at 20 m/s, the momentum of the object is
A force that acts within a system.
If an 8 kg object has a momentum of 40 kg•m/s, then its velocity is
The units of momentum.
Value attained when momentum is divided by mass.
If an object traveling 20 m/s has a momentum of 1000 kg•m/s, then its mass is
An object's momentum can be determined by multiplying its
Ray Lewis has a mass of 110 kg. What is his momentum while standing on the sideline?
If a system has a momentum of 200 kg•m/s before a collision in which no external forces are present, the momentum after the collision is
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