Asked in Science, Units of Measure, Physics, Kinematics
A measurement of the motion of something. This is equal to the product of the moving objects's mass times it's velocity?
== == Momentum is the product of the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity (or speed). Momentum is conserved so if a moving object hits a staionary object the total momentum of the two objects after the collision is the same as the momentum of the original moving object. ...
Asked in Physics
Determine if the momentum of an object moving in a circular path at constant speed is constant?
determine if the momentum of an object moving in a circular path at constant speed is constant. ...
Asked in Baseball Equipment
When you hit a baseball with a bat how is momentum transferred?
When a bat hits a baseball the bat transfers momentum. Momentum is the force in a moving object, which can be passed on from one object to another. ...
Asked in Physics, Isuzu Impulse, Kinematics
Does a moving object have impulse?
yes moving objects have impulse i think due to its definition "impulse is the change in momentum" in momentum velocity is found Impulse is independent of an object moving. In order to have impulse an object must either provide a momentary force to another object, or be the recipient of a momentary force. ...
Asked in The Moon
How can two objects of different mass have the same momentum?
Momentum and is the product of mass and speed. So a fast-moving objects can have the same momentum as a slower-moving object with grater mass. ...