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**Now consider the change in momentum of the second ball. **

**So, in order to find out the change in the momentum formula, it is important to find the product of the mass of the moving body with the change in its velocity. . **

**Step 1: Identify the mass, initial velocity, and final velocity of the object. **

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**By Newton’s second. **

**Momentum** is a vector quantity; i. In classical mechanics, impulse (symbolized by J or Imp) is the integral of a force, F, over the time interval, t, for which it acts. If you know the initial and final **momentum** of an object, you can calculate its **change** **in momentum** by finding the difference between those values.

**Impulse equation. This same principle of momentum conservation can be applied to explosions. **

**This same principle of momentum conservation can be applied to explosions. **

**u 2 = Initial velocity of the second. **

**Impulse is the change in momentum vector. . **

**e. The equation to calculate momentum. **

**Since force is a vector quantity, impulse is also a vector quantity.****Momentum** is a vector quantity; i.

**This simple relationship means that doubling either the mass or velocity of an object will simply double the momentum. **

**Impulse has the same units as momentum (kg*m/s or N*s). The SI unit of impulse is the newton second. If we combine these equations, we find: Since the mass of a single object is constant, a change in the product of mass and velocity is equivalent to the product of mass. **

**. Impulse - momentum theorem. Impulse has the same units as momentum (kg*m/s or N*s). If you know the initial and final momentum of an object, you can calculate its change in momentum by finding the difference between those values. t. **

**The conservation of momentum formula is m1u1+m2u2=m1v1+m2v2 and there is a reaction force acting on the 2 bodies of different masses but in the case bodies sticking together there will be a single body with combined mass of the 2 bodies. **

**F net = Δ p Δ t, where Fnet is the net external force, Δ p is the change in momentum, and Δ t is the change in time. From Newton’s second law it follows that, if a constant force acts on a particle for a given. **

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**Step 2: Calculate the change in momentum of the object using the formula Δ p = m ( v f − v i) Step 3: Set the. **

**The impulse is if that momentum changed, i. **

**Δ v = 30 − 0 = 30 m / s. **

**The rate of change of the total momentum of a system of particles is equal to the sum of the external forces on the system. **

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