Physics Laws of Motion Momentum and Law of Conservation of Momentum Xiaona, Shahzod, Hamza Class: P Momentum Momentum and Law of Conservation of Momentum Momentum is product of the mass of an object and it's velocity. LAWS OF MOTION PRIMARILY RELATED TO THE MOMENTUM Impulse Impulse is the product of net force acting on object to the time that force acts.

Impulse delivered to an object is equal to change momentum. SI unit is Newton x Second

Formula: J= Ft Conservation of Momentum If two objects that are not subjected to any external forces interact, the total momentum of the objects before the interaction is equal to their total momentum after the interaction.

P1i+p2i = p1f+p2f Review Impulse is equal to momentum

Momentum is vector quantity

Impulse is vector quantity and it's direction is the direction of net force.

Conservation of momentum is m1iv1i+m2iv2i=m1fv1f+m2fv2f Momentum is a vector quantity, possessing a direction as well as a magnitude: P = mv

P- momentum m- mass v- speed

The momentum SI unit is in kilograms meters/second (kg m/s). Newton's second Law of Motion developed and Newton recognized that the unbalanced force on an object cause a change in the object's momentum: F= p/t Chief Professor: Mr. Daniel Momentum Laws of Conservation F= ma F=-F Isaac Newton's Laws Key:

i - initial

f - final Key:

i - initial

f - final Problem: A 0.50-kg object traveling at 2.0 m/s east collides with a 0.30kg object at 4.0 m/s west. After collusion, the 0.30 kg object is traveling at 2.0m/s east. What are the magnitude and the direction of the velocity of the object?

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# Momentum and Law of Conservation of Momentum

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