Its unlikely. Momentum is mass times velocity. Event though a Golf ball has much more velocity than an elephant, the elephant has much, much more mass than a golf ball, so it would seem that the momentum of an elephant is greater than than of a golf ball.
Momentum is mass times velocity; thus a slow elephant could have the same momentum as a fast golf ball.
If the elephant were moving, then the golf ball could still have the same momentum if it were moving fast enough, since a small mass times a large velocity can be the same as a large mass at a much lower velocity........... So yes, it is possible an elephant could have the same momentum as a golf ball if the golf ball travelled very fast.
this question has the theoritical answer but it is not yet practically done. according to the theortical answer """"""""yes! elephant have the same momentum as a golf ball<<<<<<<<< Actually, elephants can have the same momentum as a golf ball. the equation for momentum is m x v2. m is mass, v is speed, and the two represents "speed squared". If the golf ball has a huge speed, then yes, it can have the same momentum as the elephant.
this question has the theoritical answer but it is not yet practically done. according to the theortical answer """"""""yes! elephant have the same momentum as a Golf ball<<<<<<<<< Actually, elephants can have the same momentum as a golf ball. the equation for momentum is m x v2. m is mass, v is speed, and the two represents "speed squared". If the golf ball has a huge speed, then yes, it can have the same momentum as the elephant.
Momentum, in classical terms, is defined as mass x velocity. So, theoretically, an elephant could have the same momentum as a golf ball if the golf ball (small mass) is moving very, very fast, and the elephant (large mass) is moving very, very slowly. If the product of the mass x velocity is the same, then the momentum can be the same.
Well, that depends on how fast the golf-ball is going, if it's going 30 mph, yes is can, If faster no.
Momentum is the product of the mass and velocity of an object. Since a golf ball has a much lower mass than an elephant, it would have to have a much higher velocity to achieve the same momentum as an elephant. But it is definitely possible.
The momentum of the ball and vase after the collision is the same as the momentum of the ball alone before the collision. This is referred to as the Conservation of Momentum.
Yes, but the golf ball would have to make up for its lack of mass in comparison with a very high acceleration and speed.
Hit it harder with a club.
Reduce friction or increase slope.
Momentum is mass x velocity, so it would also depend on each ball's velocity.
The ball's momentum changes in one direction, the momentum of planet Earth in the opposite direction.
Momentum = mass x velocity, so if they are both moving at the same speed, the 10 kg ball will have more momentum.
momentum is always conserved. this means the momentum before a collision is equal to momentum after a collision. We can use the following example to explain further: We have 2 rigid balls, one of mass 5kg (ball A) and the other of mass 10Kg (ball B) Ball A is traveling at a velocity of 2m/s (-->) and ball B is stationary. After the collision, ball B moves positivly at 1m/s. What happens to ball A? we can calculate the momentum before and after for each ball. (we will call --> the positive direction) Momentum before = momentum after Momentum = mass x Velocity The momentum of balls A and B before the collision are equal to the momentum after the collision There fore: before collision: ball A momentum = mass x velocity = (5 x 2) = 10 Ball B momentum = mass x velociy = (10 x 0) = 0 The total momentum before is 10 + 0 = 10 Kgm/s After collision Ball A momentum = mass x velocity = 10 x 1 = 10 Ball B momentum = mass x velocity = 5 x ? =?' Total momentum after = 10 + ?' We do not know the velocity to work out ball b's momentum but we know that momentum is conseved. this means that 10Kgm/s = 10+?' ?'= 0 From this, it shows that the momentum of ball B is 0 and therefoe the velocity is 0. this means it becomes stationary! :D
By the Law of Conservation of Momentum, the total momentum after the collision must be the same as the total momentum before the collision.
it is simply because momentum of a solid ball,which is more than a hollow ball as solid ball has a great mass with respect to hollow ball! By Definition of momentum:- vector P=m.v<velocity> direction of momentum is in direction of motion so momentum is greater of solid ball that's why it is hard to catch a solid ball!
Since momentum equals mass times velocity, the metal ball's momentum is 2N/s (Newton seconds).
It is converted to Inertia I think.
The ball gathered momentum as it rolled.
Momentum is P = mv or Momentum = mass x velocity so the momentum of that ball would be 6 x 4.5 = 27kg m/s
the bowling ball because it has more mass; momentum is mass times velocity
The answer depends on their relative speeds. Assuming that they are going at the same speed, a bowling ball would have more momentum than a golf ball.
An outside force causes an object to have more momentum. For example, if you push a ball, the ball would have more momentum and would therefore move. You pushing the ball would be the outside force.