Newtons law and momentum definitions 0.0 / 5 PhysicsMomentum and ImpulseA2/A-levelOCR Created by: haseenaCreated on: 17-02-14 13:53 Newtons first law All objects will continue to be stationary or move with constant velocity unless acted on by an unbalanced resultant force 1 of 8 Newtons second law of motion The rate of change of momentum is directly proportional to the resultant force acting on it 2 of 8 Newtons third law When body A exerts a force on body B, body B exerts an equal and opposite force on body A 3 of 8 Linear momentum The product of mass and velocity 4 of 8 Net Force (on a body) Is equal to rate of change of it's momentum 5 of 8 Impulse Product of force acting on a body and the time it acts for (also =to area under f/t graph) 6 of 8 Perfectly elastic collision Collision where no momentum or KE is lost 7 of 8 Inelastic collision momentum is conserved nut KE is not 8 of 8

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