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Momentum = M V = 100 kg-m/s

Q: What is the momentum of a 20 kg object traveling at a rate of 5 ms?

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Momentum = M V = 100 kg-m/s

Momentum = Mass * Velocity, so all you have to do is multiply those numbers together. 20 kg * 5 m/s = 100 kg*m/s.

momentum is mass x velocity. If mass is 1 kg and velocity 1m/s then momentum is 1kgm/s

Since momentum (force in motion) is a measurement of mass times velocity, a heavier object traveling at the same speed as a lighter object will have more force behind it.

t=m/F t=time, m=momentum, F=Force t=22/20= 1.1s Contact for more info 03134960275 Fahad Iqbal

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Momentum = M V = 100 kg-m/s

100 Kg m/s

Momentum = Mass * Velocity, so all you have to do is multiply those numbers together. 20 kg * 5 m/s = 100 kg*m/s.

momentum is mass x velocity. If mass is 1 kg and velocity 1m/s then momentum is 1kgm/s

Momentum = (mass ) x (velocity) = (5) x (4) = 20 kg-meters/sec in the direction of the velocity.

Since momentum (force in motion) is a measurement of mass times velocity, a heavier object traveling at the same speed as a lighter object will have more force behind it.

what is the momentum of a 800kg car travelling at 20m/s

Momentum = Î¡ = mâ€¢v, m is mass in kg, and v is velocity in m/s. Both the semi and the linebacker are traveling at the same velocity. However, the mass of the semi is hundreds of times the mass of the linebacker. Therefore, the semi will have a much greater momentum than the linebacker.

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t=m/F t=time, m=momentum, F=Force t=22/20= 1.1s Contact for more info 03134960275 Fahad Iqbal

Yes. Momentum is rigidly defined as the product of mass and velocity. Velocity describes both a speed and a direction. So let's take two metal balls. One weighs 10 kilograms (kg) and the other weighs 20kg. We roll the 10kg ball along a flat and level floor at 2 meters per second (m/s) and the 20 kg ball at 1 m/s. 10*2 = 20*1 so they have the same momentum. If you have a friend roll the balls for you to catch some distance away, making sure after a few tests to roll the lighter ball at twice the speed of the heavier ball, you will find that it "feels" as if both balls hit your hand with about the same force. Your hand is stopping each ball. That is a force which is defined as the rate of change in momentum. Stopping each ball will cause your muscles to exert about the same strength to stop each ball, even though one is moving at double the speed of the other. You will then feel that two objects can indeed travel at different speeds and yet have the same momentum. JGS

1.5 miles per minute, or 90 miles per hour.