Momentum = (mass) x (velocity)Divide each side of the equation by (velocity) :(mass) = Momentum/(velocity)

Momentum is the product of velocity and mass.Momentum is the product of velocity and mass.Momentum is the product of velocity and mass.Momentum is the product of velocity and mass.

Momentum= Mass X Velocity

Fill in the correct units of measurement: momentum/mass, or momentum divided by mass.

Momentum is mass times velocity. The answer, from that fact, should be trivially easy to determine.

Momentum is mass x velocity; velocity has a direction, therefore momentum has a direction.Momentum is mass x velocity; velocity has a direction, therefore momentum has a direction.Momentum is mass x velocity; velocity has a direction, therefore momentum has a direction.Momentum is mass x velocity; velocity has a direction, therefore momentum has a direction.

The momentum depends both on the velocity, and on the mass.The momentum depends both on the velocity, and on the mass.The momentum depends both on the velocity, and on the mass.The momentum depends both on the velocity, and on the mass.

momentum = mass x velocity => mass = momentum / velocity

Momentum = mass x velocity. If you divide out the velocity you get mass.

Momentum is the product of mass and velocity.

momentum = mass X velocity

You need to know their mass. p=mv momentum=Mass times Velocity

momentum is described as mass times velocity. p=mv.

The momentum of an object is the product of its mass and its velocity. p = mv

if velocity increases, so does momentum. and vice versa momentum = mass x velocity increasing mass or velocity or both will increase momentum

if velocity increases, so does momentum. and vice versa momentum = mass x velocity increasing mass or velocity or both will increase momentum

Mass and velocity determine momentum, because mass multiplied by velocity equals momentum. in which there r few different cases like i. whether the atom is getting effected by surrondings . ii. or its not getting effected by its. surrondings (ideal case) and accordingly momentum values (momentum in case(i.) will be less comparitive case(ii.) :)

mass x velocitymomentum = mass x velocity

Momentum = Mass x Velocity

Momentum is the product of (mass) x (velocity) .

Momentum is mass multiplied by velocity. (momentum = mass x velocity) So if a something that moves has mass, it has momentum.

Momentum is the product of mas and velocity . Its unit is kgm/s. P = m*v where P = momentum, m = mass v = velocity

Momentum and velocity are directly proportional. Momentum = mass x velocity

That is true because momentum is mass times velocity

Its mass and its velocity.Its mass and its velocity.Its mass and its velocity.Its mass and its velocity.

Trending Questions

How many dollars make 600000 cents?

Asked By Wiki User

Is there a way to search all eBay sites for different countries at once?

Asked By Wiki User

How long does a fresh turkey last in the refrigerator?

Asked By Wiki User

Hottest Questions

Previously Viewed

clearHow do you determine mass using momentum and velocity?

Asked By Wiki User

Unanswered Questions

Is it ok to eat a frozen turkey with black spots on it?

Asked By Wiki User

What does TOB 10K mean for gold?

Asked By Wiki User

What is the conflict of the story of sinigang?

Asked By Wiki User

How will understanding of attitudes and predisposition enhance teaching?

Asked By Wiki User

Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.