# 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.

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.

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