What happens to momentum when objects collide?
Momentum is a vector, which means it has a magnitude and a direction. Momentum is the product of mass and velocity. There are two types of momentum: linear, for objects moving in straight lines and angular, for rotating objects.
Answer and Explanation:
Momentum is transferred between objects when they collide.
Momentum is always conserved in collisions and explosions, as long as no external forces...
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fromChapter 9 / Lesson 3
Learn about the conservation of linear momentum and understand how it works. Explore how the law of conservation of momentum formula is used with an example.