# P2 3.4: Momentum

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What do all objects have?
Momentum.
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What factors increase the momentum?
The greater the mass and the greater the velocity.
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What is the equation for momentum?
p = m x v
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What does 'p' stand for? Units?
Momentum in kilogram metres per second, kg m/s.
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What does 'm' stand for? Units?
Mass in kilograms, kg.
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What does 'v' stand for? Units?
Velocity in metres per second, m/s.
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What stays the same when object collide?
The amount of momentum that they have before and afterwards.
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What is conservation of momentum?
The momentum after is the same as before provided there are no external forces
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What is the total change of momentum?
Zero.
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What happens after a collision or explosion to the objects?
They may move together or by themselves.
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### Card 2

#### Front

What factors increase the momentum?

#### Back

The greater the mass and the greater the velocity.

### Card 3

#### Front

What is the equation for momentum?

### Card 4

#### Front

What does 'p' stand for? Units?

### Card 5

#### Front

What does 'm' stand for? Units?