Unit III AssignmentImpulse, Momentum, Work, and EnergyPHS 1110-16G-2B19-S2, Principles of Classical Physical ScienceFrank J. Seay II

Impulse-momentum theorem and Newton’s 2ndlawP=mv or linear momentum of an object is the mass times the velocity Impulse= Ft or force x time (Hewitt, 2015) The more the Impulse on something, the more the momentum will change. Ft= (mv) This impulse-momentum relationship helps explain how forces act and motion changes over time (Hewitt, 2015)Newton’s 2ndlaw= to accelerate and object you must apply a forceMomentum has both direction and magnitude (Hewitt, 2015)

Impulse-momentum theorem and Newton’s 2ndlawTo increase Momentum you want to apply the greatest force possible for as long as possible. This is why a golfer has a follow through on their swing. Ft= (mv) This impulse-momentum relationship helps explain how forces act and motion changes over time Newton’s 2ndlaw adds that the magnitude has both a direction and magnitude. Also if no force is exerted then no acceleration will occur and the system will

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