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ACC TO FORMULAE p=mv2 WHERE p=MOMENTUM, m=MASS, v=VELOCITY IF MASS REMAIN CONSTANT , THEN CHANGE IN MOMENTUM IS DUE TO CHANGE IN VELOCITY. THEREFORE MOMENTUM IS DIRECTLY PROPOTIONAL TO VELOCITY.

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