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All moving objects will have momentum.
A speck of dust can have the same momentum as a car.
The unit of momentum is kg/m/s.
Momentum is a scalar quantity.
A change in the direction of travel does not affect momentum.
When a force acts on an object, its momentum changes.
The resultant force acting on an object is defined as the change in momentum per unit time.
The impulse of a force is defined as the product of the force and the change in time.
Impulse has the units kg·m/s.
If the momentum of a car changes by 4000 kg·m/s, the impulse of the force acting on the car must be 4000 N·s.
A 1000 kg car accelerating from rest to 6.0 m/s in 2.0 seconds experiences a force of 3000 N.
For a given force, the longer the force acts, the smaller the change in momentum.
The total momentum before a collision is the same as the total momentum after the collision.
Seat belts are designed to hold the person in place too strongly during a crash.
In any collision, the total momentum of the system is conserved if no external forces act on it.