# Momentum

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- Created on: 13-03-18 15:46

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- Momentum
- Equation
- Momentum (kg m/s) = Mass (kg) x Velocity (m/s)

- The greater the mass of an object, or the greater the velocity, the more momentum the object has.
- Momentum has size and direction
- Momentum before = momentum after.
- Stationary objects have no momentum
- Forces cause a change in momentum
- When a non zero resultant force acts on a moving object it causes its velocity to change. (Change in momentum)
- Force = Mass x Acceleration
- Acceleration = Change in Velocity/ Change in time.

- Force Acting on an object, F = Change in momentum / Change in time
- The force causing change is equal to the rate of change of momentum

- Force = Mass x Acceleration

- When a non zero resultant force acts on a moving object it causes its velocity to change. (Change in momentum)
- Larger force = Larger change of momentum

- Equation
- In a closed system,

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