# Is momentum inversely proportional to velocity?

No, momentum is **directly** proportional to velocity, and in
the same direction..

### Is mass inversely proportional to momentum?

Mass is proportional to momentum. Momentum is the product of mass and velocity. When mass increases, momentum increases.

### What is wave velocity inversely proportional to?

It is inversely proportional to wave length.

### How is velocity related to momentum?

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

### What would be the momentum if the velocity were tripled?

Momentum is mass multiplied by velocity - so it is proportional to the velocity. If the velocity triples then so does the momentum

### What would be a passenger bus's new momentum if its velocity were tripled?

Momentum is directly proportional to the velocity. Thrice the velocity means thrice the momentum.

### When a car increases its velocity its momentum?

When something increases in velocity, its momentum would increase because momentum is equal to its mass * velocity. This means that the momentum and velocity are proportional, so twice the velocity is twice the momentum, and so on.

### Is an objects momentum directly proportional to an objects velocity?

Yes: P=mv (momentum = mass * velocity)

### What is directly proportional to frequency?

Frequency, when referring to waves, is directly proportional to the velocity of the wave. Frequency in inversely proportional to the wavelength.

### Does the frequency is inversely proportional to wavelength?

Yes. frequency = velocity/wavelength.

### If momentum is doubled then its kinetic energy is?

The relation between kinetic energy is proportional to the square of velocity. Momentum is directly proportional to velocity. If the momentum of an object is doubled, but its mass does not increase (so velocity remains well below the speed of light), then its velocity is doubled. If the velocity is doubled then the kinetic energy increases by the square of 2, or four time.

### If velocity doubles what happens to momentum?

It doubles. Momentum (p) is the product of velocity (v) and mass (m). For a given mass, if you double the velocity, you'll double the momentum. Velocity and momentum are said to be directly proportional. p = m x v

### What would be the momentum if the velocity and mass were doubled?

Momentum is proportional to both velocity and mass; therefore in this case, momentum would increase by a factor of 2 x 2 = 4.

### What is the difference between a small momentum and a large momentum?

The larger the momentum, the harder it will be to stop it. Thus, the larger the force needed to decelarate the object. Since momentum is directly proportional to the velocity, the larger the momentum, the larger the velocity.

### Relatinship between velocity and momentum of the object?

With any two of the three values of velocity, momentum and mass, the third can easily be calculated. (Momentum) = (Velocity) x (Mass) If you were to multiply the velocity by some factor, the momentum would also be multiplied by that same factor. These are directly proportional.

### How does velocity vary with time?

Do you now that velocity is inversely proportional to time and directly proportional to the distance covered.Try to imagine you are riding on a vehicle on a straight path the shorter the time you covered the greater the velocity you applid.

### Is the relationship between mass and momentum direct or inverse?

Mass is directly proportional to momentum since momentum is the product of mass and velocity.

### How are kinetic energy and momentum differ?

Momentum is a vector quantity, depending on magnitude and direction, while kinetic energy is a scalar quantity and does not depend on direction. The formula momentum is p = mâ€¢v, and for Kinetic energy, KE = 1/2mv2, where m is mass in kg and v is velocity in m/s. This means that momentum is directly proportional to the velocity, and KE is proportional to the square of the velocity. For example, if you double the… Read More

### How does the kinetic energy of a body change if its momentum is halved?

Since momentum is proportional to the velocity, half the momentum means half the velocity (and therefore half the speed). And since kinetic energy is proportional to the SQUARE of the speed, half the speed means 1/4 the kinetic energy.

### What does it mean to say momentum is directly proportional to mass and velocity?

Being proportional means that if you change one by a given factor, the other will change by that factor as well. Being proprtional to both means it is proportional to their product, i.e. momentum equals mass times velocity, p = mv.

### What effect does mass have on kinetic energy?

Momentum = mass x velocity. Therefore, other things (velocity) being equal, momentum is directly proportional to the mass, i.e., more mass --> more momentum.

### What effect does mass of the object have on its momentum?

The momentum of a body is defined as: momentum= Mass * velocity So for any body and a given velocity, the momentum is directly and linearly proportional to its mass, that is if you increase the mass of a body then its momentum will increase by an amount of: (M2-M1)* velocity Where: M2: Mass after increase M1: Initial Mass

### Does mass affect momentum in a collision?

Yes, mass will affect momentum in a collision or in anything else. Any object with mass and non-zero velocity will have momentum. Mass is directly proportional to momentum. Double the mass of an object moving with a given velocity and the momentum doubles.

### What happens to the momentum when mass is slowly decreasing but the velocity keeps constant?

Momentum = mass x velocity. Here velocity is constant. So momentum is directly proportional to the mass. Hence as mass decreases momentum too decreases proportionaly. If mass is reduced to half of its original then momentum also gets reduced to half of its original

### Can an object have momentum but no kinetic energy?

Not in classic Newtonian physics. Momentum is the product of mass and velocity. Kinetic energy is proportional to mass and the square of the velocity. If an object has non-zero momentum, it must have both non-zero mass and velocity, which means, necessarily, that it has kinetic energy.

### Identify the two pieces of information you need to know the velocity of an object?

Displacement and Time, displacement is the distance with a direction ( vector quantity) , and time . Displacement and velocity are directly proportional, while velocity and time are inversely proportional..( The faster, the less time it will take) Velocity = Displacement ____________ Time

### Why does frequency increase as the wavelength of light decrease?

velocity=(frequency)(wavelength) The frequency of a wave is inversely proportional to its wavelength.

### IF an objects veolicty is doubled its momentum is?

Use the symbols 'm' for the object's mass, and 'v' for its velocity. Momentum is defined as 'mv' = the product of the object's mass and velocity. If the velocity doubles, then the new momentum is 'm' times '2v' = 2mv = 2 times (mv). This is just double the original momentum. So you can see that the magnitude of momentum is directly proportional to the magnitude of velocity, provided the mass remains constant.

### How does the mass affect its momentum?

Linear momentum is proportional to mass and velocity; p = mv Thus, increase in mass will increase the linear momentum Angular momentum is similarly related: L = p.r L = mv.r

### What is directly and inversely proportional relationship?

Directly proportional relationship is F=ma, F is directly proportional to a. Inversely proportional relationship is v=r/t, v is inversely proportional to t.

### How does mass effect momentum?

Through formula P = mv. P = momentum m = mass v= velocity increase m, so p increases Thus, mass is proportional to momentum.

### How are current and resistance related are they directly proprtional or inversely proportional?

inversely proportional

### Current in a circuit is inversely proportional to?

In a circuit , current is inversely proportional to the resistance.

### Current is inversely proportional to resistance?

Current is inversely proportional to resistance, this comes from the ohms law. V=IR If we keep the voltage as constant then Current will be inversely proportional to resistance

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

### What the relationship between mass and the amount of gravity that pulls 2 object together?

The gravity is proportional to both masses involved, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. The gravity is proportional to both masses involved, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. The gravity is proportional to both masses involved, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance. The gravity is proportional to both masses involved, and inversely proportional to the square of the distance.

### Is acceleration directly proportional or inversely proportional to mass?

Acceleration is directly proportional in the terms of A2+B2=C2. Acceleration is inversely proportional in the terms of The Simpsons.

### The amount of acceleration is directly proportional to the mass and inversely proportional to the force?

No, 'tis the other way round: acceleration is proportion to the force, and inversely proportional to the mass. No, 'tis the other way round: acceleration is proportion to the force, and inversely proportional to the mass. No, 'tis the other way round: acceleration is proportion to the force, and inversely proportional to the mass. No, 'tis the other way round: acceleration is proportion to the force, and inversely proportional to the mass.

### When did Louis de broglie discover electron waves?

Wavelength is inversely proportional to momentum (of a particle such as an electron - or any having mass) was proposed by LDB for his doctoral thesis in 1924

### How do you find the increase in kinetic energy if the percent increase in momentum is given?

Momentum = (mass) x (velocity), which is directly proportional to both mass and velocity. Since mass is constant, any change in momentum is the result of a change in velocity only. If the percent increase 'P' in momentum is given, velocity must have increased to (1 + 0.01P) of its original value. ==================== Kinetic energy = 1/2 (mass) x (velocity)2, which is directly proportional to mass and to the square of velocity. Since mass is… Read More

### Current is proportional to the potential difference and inversely proportional to its?

Current is proportional to the potential difference and inversely proportional to resistance. Ohm's law: Current equals voltage divided by resistance

### A moving object can have a large momentum if it has what?

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.

### How can a bowling ball and a volleyball have the same momentum?

Linear momentum, p=mv, is proportional to mass and velocity. Since the bowling ball far outweighs the volleyball, the difference in velocity would have to be determined in order for them to possess the same amount of momentum. If the volleyball is traveling at a high enough speed (orders of magnitude higher), they can both have the same momentum. Either that or fill the volleyball with concrete.

### The wavelength of electromagnetic radiation is inversely proportional to its?

Frequency. f=c/l Where, f=Frequency, l=Wavelength and c=Velocity of light in free space.

### In gases, solubility is inversely proportional to?

Did you mean a gas' solubility in water? Then temperature would be inversely proportional.

### Is gravity and distance conversely proportional?

No. The word is "inversely", not "conversely". And the force of gravity is inversely proportional to the square of the distance.

### How does velocity affect momentum?

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

### How does velocity effect momentum?

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

### What is the mathematical relationship between momentum and kinetic energy of the body?

You can't calculate the kinetic energy if you only know the momentum. Both kinetic energy and momentum depend on mass, but also on the velocity - and the dependence is different. Kinetic energy is proportional to the square of the speed, momentum is proportional to velocity. You can solve the equations, to get energy in terms of momentum AND mass: (1) p = mv v = p/m (2) e = (1/2) mv2 Replacing (1) in… Read More

### The statement that current is directly proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance is known as whose law?

The statement current is directly proportional to voltage and inversely proportional to resistance is known as Ohm's Law.