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# phymompptnotes - PPT/Notes Momentum Definition...

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PPT/Notes: Momentum Definition Momentum ( __ ) is defined as the product of an object’s mass and its velocity.  Momentum is a _________ quantity and  the direction of the momentum vector is the same as the ________ vector. The units for momentum are typically  _________.   Formula: Changing momentum Notice that a change in momentum is usually causes by a change in __________, therefore: Formula: Momentum can also be changed by changing ___________ or ______. Which causes a greater velocity or momentum change, rebounding or stopping? (circle one) Impulse To change an objects velocity, it is necessary to apply a _______ against its motion for a given period of ______. This is  known as _________. Formula:                               Unit:    If the force acts __________ the object's motion, it ______ the object down.  If a force acts in the ______ direction as the object's motion, then the force ________
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