YOU ARE LEARNING:
You will learn to apply the momentum equation to calculate the properties of a moving object.
Why does a moving car have momentum, but a stationary car does not? Pick all the options you think are correct.
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Momentum is sometimes defined as mass in motion. All objects have mass, so that must mean...
Compared to a car moving at 15 m/s , the same car travelling at 30 m/s has...
A car has a mass of 600 kg and a velocity of 20 m/s . The car has momentum with a magnitude of 12,000 kg m/s. Can you work out the formula that links mass, velocity and momentum?
Momentum can be calculated using the formula Momentum=mass×velocity. This can also be written as p=mv.
Do you remember what the unit was that we used for momentum?
If a 60 kg athlete is running with a velocity of 5 m/s, what is his momentum? Write your answer using the correct units for momentum.
If a 60 kg athlete is running with a velocity of 3.5 m/s , and a 58 kg athlete is running with a velocity4.5 m/s. Which has the most momentum?
The momentum of a car is 3×103 kg m/s and the mass of the car is 1200 kg. How would you rearrange the formula for momentum to find the velocity of the car?
The momentum of a car is 3000 kg m/s, and it has a mass of 1200 kg. What is the velocity of the car?
A ball has a momentum of 10 kg m/s and a mass of 2 kg. At what velocity is the ball moving?
The momentum of a car is 3×103 kg m/s , and its velocity is 20 m/s. How would you rearrange the formula for momentum to find the mass of the car?
The momentum of a car is 20,000 kg m/s , and its velocity is 20 m/s. What is the mass of the car?