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At the end of the session, it isintended that you will be able to:36.Explain the concept of impulse-momentum
theorem (CO1)37. Solve problems concerning impulse-momentumtheorem (CO2)38. Apply the law of conservation of momentum toproblems involving elastic and inelastic collisions inone and two dimensions (CO2)
SIunitkg·m/s, or, equivalently,N·s) is the product of themassandvelocityofanobject(p=mv).
7.1The Impulse-Momentum TheoremtofvvaaFmtmmofvvFofvvFmmt
7.1The Impulse-Momentum TheoremofvvFmmtfinal momentuminitial momentumIMPULSE-MOMENTUM THEOREMWhen a net force acts on an object, the impulse ofthis force is equal to the change in the momentumof the objectimpulse
7.1The Impulse-Momentum TheoremDEFINITION OF IMPULSEThe impulse of a force is the product of the averageforce and the time interval during which the force acts:tFJImpulse is a vector quantity and has the same directionas the average force.

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Term
Summer
Professor
delosreyes
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Principle of Conservation of Linear Momentum