Probably the bowling bowl. Momentum is mass x velocity and a bowling ball is generally heavier than a golf ball.
The slow moving train has a much higher mass than the high-speed bullet, but the bullet has a faster velocity than the slow moving train so their momentum is the same.
The bowling ball does slow down. Momentum is conserved. It's just that it's a heavy ball so it has a lot of momentum, and the pins are light so overall the ball doesn't slow down enough for us to notice.
The amount of momentum that an object has is dependent upon two variables: how much stuff is moving and how fast the stuff is moving. Momentum depends upon the variables mass and velocity. In terms of an equation, the momentum of an object is equal to the mass of the object times the velocity of the object.
A moving skateboard. The car is not in motion and has no momentum.
If an object is not moving,its momentum is zero, p=mv= m0=0!
The product of mass and velocity determines the momentum of a moving body.
Momentum is conserved.
If you return to the same state of motion before you began gaining momentum, then momentum lost will be equal to momentum gained. I mean really, if you start out not moving with a momentum of 0 and end not moving with a momentum of 0, then of course there the bloody same. If you start at 0 and never stop moving, then obviously your not losing momentum so the statement is false.
it depends on the water
Momentum is motion. When a car is moving it is exhibiting momentum. A young professional getting promotions is experiencing momentum.
Physics is related to the moving of masses. Bowling is the moving of MASS ( ball) in the moving of masses (Pins).
Any moving object with mass has momentum, since p = mv, where p is momentum, m is mass, and v is velocity.
The way I understand it, a moving body has momentum, not impulse. The word impulse is used for a TRANSFER of momentum.
It can't. The total combined momentum is equal to the sum of the momenta of the individual objects.Please note that momentum is a VECTOR quantity; that means that you can't even say whether a momentum is "larger" or "smaller" than another one. You can only compare the MAGNITUDE of the momenta with words such as "larger" or "smaller".
All moving objects have Momentum.
Momentum and is the product of mass and speed. So a fast-moving objects can have the same momentum as a slower-moving object with grater mass.
Momentum is the product of mass times velocity. If two objects have different mass, we cannot compare their momentum unless we also know their velocity. However, if we are talking about two objects which are moving at the same velocity, then the object that has more mass will also have more momentum.
based on the momentum formula, momentum equals mass times velocity, momentum can be achieved when something with mass is moving. P=mv
To find the magnitude of momentum you use the formula: p=mv So, if an object has a mass (and if it exists then it would), and if it is moving (has a velocity), then yes, it has momentum.