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Chapter 6.1 Pre-Quiz Complete on a half-sheet of paper and turn in once completed. 1. What two previously discussed quantities define momentum? 2. Which has more momentum: a) 18-Wheeler Truck b) Child on a tricycle c) Need more information 3. (True / False) Momentum is a vector
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Chapter 6 Momentum and Collisions
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6.1 Linear Momentum Definition of linear momentum: The linear momentum of an object is the product of its mass and velocity. Momentum is a vector meaning… it has both a magnitude and a direction! SI unit of momentum: kg m/s This unit has no special name
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