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f4ch2 Linear Momentum

f4ch2 Linear Momentum

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Linearmomentum
 
Concept of linear momentum
Momentum is defined as the product of massand velocity
Momentum is vector quantity that hasmagnitude and direction
The SI unit of momentum is kg m s-1
Momentum increase when
The mass increases
The velocity increases
Both mass and velocity increases
Momentum = mass x velocity
p = mv 
 
Principle of coservation of momentum
 
heprincipleofconservationof
 
omentumstatesthatthetotal
 
inearmomentumofaclosedsystem
 
fbodiesisconserved
This mean that the total momentum beforethe collision is equal to the totalmomentum after the collision, if noexternal forces act on the system.

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