How is momentum conserved?


How is momentum conserved?


Momentum equals the mass of an object multiplied by the velocity of its movement. Therefore, if an object with more mass moving at the same velocity and an object with less mass moving at the same velocity, the object with more mass has more momentum and will take longer for it to stop.

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Momentum is conserved when two objects moving towards each other with the same force and momentum collide. Each object passes the same momentum to the...

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The Law of Conservation of Momentum


Chapter 13 / Lesson 2

Learn about the law of conservation of momentum. Understand the basic principle, the equation of conservation of linear momentum, and its application with examples.

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