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Momentum & Collisions CHAPTER 6 So What s Momentum ? Momentum = mass x velocity This can be abbreviated to : . momentum ...

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Momentum The secret of collisions & explosions Who Pushes Who Rin Tin Tin and the Refrigerator meet at the 50 yard line Momentum = Mass x Velocity Whoever has the ...

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Momentum A.K.A. The difference between moving and standing still. * * * * * * * * * * * * Definition Mathematical Momentum = Mass (kg) x Velocity (m/s) Or p=mv The ...

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Chapter 6 MOMENTUM Momentum a property of moving things means inertia (mass) in motion more specifically, mass of an object multiplied by its velocity in equation ...

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Momentum & Impulse What does it mean to say roll with the punches? Why is it important to wear a helmet? Is it a good thing that cars basically crumble in an ...

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Conservation of Momentum A corner stone of physics is the conservation of momentum. This can be seen in all types of collisions. * Momentum Review Question: Imagine a ...

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Momentum How do we measure the momentum of an object? How is momentum conserved in collisions? Describe an example of angular momentum?

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Momentum The Big Mo Momentum s on our side! Feel the Momentum shift! (insert any other sports clich here) How is velocity affected by force?

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Momentum Can be defined as inertia in motion (or by Newton: an object s quantity of motion) Equation: p = m v units: kg m/s So if the object s at rest, then its p ...

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Momentum Definition: Momentum = mass x velocity p = mv (kg m/s) What has more momentum? a 25 kg artillery shell going 600 m/s, a 900 kg Honda Civic going 50 km/h.

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Momentum momentum - property of all moving objects; a vector quantity defined as an object's mass times its velocity from: F = ma F = mDv Dt using algebra: FDt = mDv

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MOMENTUM! Momentum Impulse Momentum Defined = p = momentum vector m = mass v = velocity vector Momentum Facts p = m v - Velocity and momentum vectors point in the ...

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MOMENTUM Definition: Momentum (Symbol : .) is defined as the product of the .. and . of a moving body. Momentum p =

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MOMENTUM! Momentum Impulse Conservation of Momentum in 1 Dimension Conservation of Momentum in 2 Dimensions Angular Momentum Torque Moment of Inertia

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Title: Conservation of Momentum Author: J H Last modified by: clin Created Date: 1/4/2011 3:11:14 PM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3)

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Momentum momentum - property of all moving objects; a vector quantity defined as an object's mass times its velocity from: F = ma F = mDv Dt using algebra: FDt = mDv

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Momentum Key Ideas Review If a force Fx is applied to a body over a displacement Dx, the product Fx Dx = (Fcosq)Dx = Work Review If a force Fx is applied ...

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Title: Momentum Author: lisa.cole Last modified by: setup Created Date: 11/8/2007 11:00:49 AM Document presentation format: On-screen Show (4:3) Company

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Momentum Crashing Cars Water on Walls Hitting Tennis Balls Watching Skaters Fall Newton s Second Law, Redux We have written F = ma as Newton s 2nd.

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Momentum Momentum Inertia in motion Linear momentum is the mass times velocity of an object. A vector quantity Bullets and trains * APHY101 * Momentum Impulse A ...

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MOMENTUM! Momentum Impulse Conservation of Momentum in 1 Dimension Conservation of Momentum in 2 Dimensions Angular Momentum Torque Moment of Inertia

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Conservation of Momentum Conservation on Momentum In the absence of an external force the momentum of a closed system is conserved.

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Momentum Physicists have defined a quantity called momentum ( ) of a moving object as... Momentum = mass velocity P = mv Unit: kg m s 1

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Chapter 7 Linear Momentum Collision with a stationary object Axis-aligning bounding box means that the sides of the box are horizontal and vertical If the stationary ...

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Momentum Example (1) Example (2) Example (1) Example (2) NEWTON S LAWS Newton s laws are relations between motions of bodies and the forces acting on them.

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Section 1 Momentum and Impulse Chapter 6 Linear Momentum Momentum is defined as mass times velocity. Momentum is represented by the symbol p, and is a vector quantity.

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Conservation of Momentum Sample Problems Conservation of Momentum Problem 1 Conservation of Momentum Problem 2 Conservation of Momentum Sample Problems Conservation ...

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1. MOMENTUM Momentum = mass times velocity Units - kg m/s 2. IMPULSE Collisions involve forces (there is a Dv). Impulse = force times time. 3. IMPULSE CHANGES ...

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Linear Momentum is the product of mass times velocity m v IMPULSE Impulse is the product of the net Force and the time of contact. IMPULSE = FNET t ...

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Momentum Momentum A measure of how hard it is to stop a moving object. Related to both mass and velocity. Possessed by all moving objects. Calculating Momentum For ...

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Momentum and Inertia Momentum Momentum = mass x velocity MV = P Momentum is inertia in motion. A moving object has more p than an object with less m.

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Chapter 11 Angular Momentum The Vector Product There are instances where the product of two vectors is another vector Earlier we saw where the product of two vectors ...

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MOMENTUM! Momentum Defined p = m v p = momentum vector m = mass v = velocity vector Momentum Facts p = m v Momentum is a vector quantity! Velocity and momentum ...

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Conservation of Momentum The total momentum of a system of objects must remain constant unless outside forces act upon the system. Momentum, ...

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Linear Momentum * Figure 9-5. Solution: Momentum is conserved; after the collision the cars have the same momentum. Therefore their common speed is 12.0 m/s.

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Conservation of momentum is one of the most fundamental and most useful concepts of elementary physis Does it apply in special relativity? Consider the following ...

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Momentum, Impulse and Collisions Momentum everyday connotations? physical meaning the true measure of motion (what changes in response to applied forces)

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