Here goes the list of our posts on Momentum and related topics and subtopics.

#### Examples and Practical use of Inelastic collisions

In this post, we will study a few examples of Inelastic collisions. Also, we will study an important practical use of Inelastic collisions. When objects stick together or are joined ...

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#### Equations valid for elastic collisions

In this post, we will briefly mention the equations valid for elastic collisions. We can use these equations to solve numerical problems related to elastic collisions. The Equation for the ...

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#### Explosion and Conservation of Momentum

An explosion can be thought of as a single object separating into two or more fragments. In this post, we will see if the law of conservation of momentum is ...

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#### Car safety, momentum & force – GCSE Physics

Car safety, momentum & force (GCSE Physics) - Here, we will discuss how momentum and force in physics can influence car safety and its design. The force on a person ...

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#### Numerical problems on collisions in two dimensions & momentum conservation

In this post, we solve a few selected Numerical problems on collisions of objects in two dimensions. We will solve the collision problems using axial-vector components and the law of ...

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#### Newton’s Cradle & Momentum Conservation

Newton’s Cradle + momentum conservation Using Newton’s Cradle apparatus very familiar example of momentum conservation is demonstrated. The law of Conservation of Momentum states that the change in the total ...

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#### Momentum numerical problems – solved (class 9 & class 10 physics)

This post is to solve some numerical problems related to momentum and impulse concepts in physics. This set is good for students of class 9 & class 10 (covering grade ...

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#### What is the Relation between momentum and kinetic energy? | How to derive the momentum-KE equation?

The relation between momentum(p) and kinetic energy(K) of an object of mass m can be expressed with this equation: p = (2mK)(1/2)That means the square root of 2mK gives us ...

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#### Numerical Problems on Impulse and Momentum using graphs – solved

Let's solve a few selected numerical problems on Impulse and Momentum. If you want to have a quick revision on Impulse and Momentum and get their formulas, then you can ...

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#### What is the Law Of Conservation Of Momentum? | derivation

If there is no net external force on a system, the total momentum of the system remains constant. This is the law of conservation of momentum. (also known as the ...

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#### Rocket Equation Derivation along with Rocket Acceleration formula

Rocket Equation Derivation is the objective of this post. We will also derive the Rocket Acceleration formula here as we go forward. When the fuel of rocket burns the fuel ...

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#### How do Rockets work?

How do rockets work? As the rocket engines operate, some kind of fuel (liquid or solid) is burnt. The engines continuously eject burned fuel gases. As these exhaust gases have ...

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#### State and Prove Impulse Momentum Theorem with derivation of equation

In this post, we will State and Prove the Impulse Momentum Theorem with the derivation of the equation. As evident, this theorem or principle is related to impulse and momentum ...

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#### Impulse – definition, formula, unit

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 ...

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#### Momentum – Definition, Meaning, and Formula

In this post, we will cover the definition and formula of Momentum (Linear Momentum). We will also discuss what it actually means in physics. Momentum Definition | Linear Momentum By ...

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