# What is formula of momentum?

The units are KgMs- why? Velocity is a vector Quantity and mass is a scalar quantity.

### What is p equals mv?

That's the formula that defines momentum. For some reason unknown to me, the symbol commonly used for momentum is "p". Momentum = mass x velocity. That's the formula that defines momentum. For some reason unknown to me, the symbol commonly used for momentum is "p". Momentum = mass x velocity. That's the formula that defines momentum. For some reason unknown to me, the symbol commonly used for momentum is "p". Momentum = mass x velocity…

### How do you caculate the momentum of an object?

The momentum of an object can be calculated by the formula mv=momentum where m is the mass and v is the velocity. Here is another formula that may be of some help (it is the formula for the impulse-momentum relationship): Ft=(delta)(mv) F stands for the impact force and t stands for the impact time. Ft together equals the impulse. m stands for the mass and v stands for the velocity. (delta)(mv) together equals the change…

### What is the formula of total momentum?

_______________________________________________________ P = m x v P = momentum m= mass v = velocity _______________________________________________________ P t = P 1 x P 2 Total momentum = Momentum 1 X Momentum 2 Total momentum = ( mass x velocity of the first object ) x ( mass x velocity of the second object )

### How is physics applied in everyday life?

just by using the formula2 related in our daily life.. example,,,, momentum formula.. velocity formula... light formula.. the bending of light and the general charecteristic of light in the world of mirror. just by using the formula2 related in our daily life.. example,,,, momentum formula.. velocity formula... light formula.. the bending of light and the general charecteristic of light in the world of mirror.

### What is calculated by multiplying an objects mass by its velocity?

You are attempting to calculate an object's momentum. In physics, p represents momentum, m represents mass, and v represents velocity. The formula for momentum is simply p = m * v Momentum has no special unit named for it; the SI unit for momentum is simply the product of the component units: the kg*m/s