Impulse Momentum Theorem

Impulse momentum theorem states that the change of momentum of a body is equal to the impulse applied to it. Mathematically, its represented with this equation: Δp = F . Δt Here, Δp = change in momentum. And F . Δt is the impulse applied. Impulse is represented as the product of Applied force F […]


Impulse Definition If a force acts on a body for a very brief time then we say that an impulse is generated. As example, when we hit a ball with a bat for a brief period of time then an impulse is generated. Here a considerable amount of force acts on a body for a […]

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