Contents

- 1 When two vehicles collide momentum is conserved?
- 2 Which has a greater momentum a heavy truck or a moving skateboard?
- 3 Which has more momentum a very fast baseball or a very slow bowling ball?
- 4 What is the momentum of a 3 kg bowling ball moving at 3 m s?
- 5 What’s the difference between impulse and momentum?
- 6 How do you know when momentum is conserved?
- 7 Is momentum always conserved?
- 8 Is momentum conserved in recoil?
- 9 Which has more momentum a heavy truck moving?
- 10 How does Dr Hewitt break the piece of wood?
- 11 Which takes more force to catch a bowling ball or a ping pong ball?
- 12 Which has more momentum faster or slower objects?
- 13 What is the momentum of a 100 kg football player?

## When two vehicles collide momentum is conserved?

If there are only two objects involved in the collision, then the momentum change of the individual objects are equal in magnitude and opposite in direction. Certain collisions are referred to as elastic collisions. Elastic collisions are collisions in which both momentum and kinetic energy are conserved.

## Which has a greater momentum a heavy truck or a moving skateboard?

Which has a greater momentum, a heavy truck at rest or a moving skateboard? A moving skateboard has a greater momentum than a heavy truck at rest.

## Which has more momentum a very fast baseball or a very slow bowling ball?

Yes, a fast baseball could possess the same momentum as a slow bowling ball. No, the bowling ball will have a greater momentum because its acceleration will always be less than the baseball. No, the bowling ball is much more massive so it will always have a larger momentum.

## What is the momentum of a 3 kg bowling ball moving at 3 m s?

In short, Your Answer would be 9 Kg-m/s Hope this helps!

## What’s the difference between impulse and momentum?

The momentum of the object is given by the product of mass and velocity while the impulse is the change of momentum when a large force is applied on an object for a short interval of time.

## How do you know when momentum is conserved?

The momentum of an object will never change if it is left alone. If the ‘m’ value and the ‘v’ value remain the same, the momentum value will be constant. The momentum of an object, or set of objects (system), remains the same if it is left alone. Within such a system, momentum is said to be conserved.

## Is momentum always conserved?

Momentum is always conserved, regardless of collision type. Mass is conserved regardless of collision type as well, but the mass may be deformed by an inelastic collision, resulting in the two original masses being stuck together.

## Is momentum conserved in recoil?

In technical terms, the recoil is a result of conservation of momentum, as according to Newton’s third law the force required to accelerate something will evoke an equal but opposite reactional force, which means the forward momentum gained by the projectile and exhaust gases (ejectae) will be mathematically balanced

## Which has more momentum a heavy truck moving?

Momentum is the mass of an object multiplied by its velocity. A moving truck has more momentum than a car moving at the same speed because the truck has more mass.

## How does Dr Hewitt break the piece of wood?

How does Dr. Hewitt break the piece of wood? He causes a change in momentum of his hand over a short period of time.

## Which takes more force to catch a bowling ball or a ping pong ball?

A 5 N force is applied to a 3 kg ball to slow it down from 9 m/s to 3 m/s. Which takes more force to catch, a bowling ball or a ping pong ball? bowling ball because it has more momentum. You just studied 10 terms!

## Which has more momentum faster or slower objects?

Massive objects have more momentum for a given speed, while lighter objects have less momentum. This is why it takes more effort (force) to stop a fully loaded truck than an empty one. Likewise, faster moving objects have more momentum than slower moving objects.

## What is the momentum of a 100 kg football player?

Q: A football player has a mass of 100kg and is running 10m/s. What is his momentum? A: 100kg x 10m/s= 1000kg⋅m/s Page 8 Practice 1 1.