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Physics - Chapter 7

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What is the term that means inertia in motion momentum
To find momentum you have to multiply velocity by ______. mass
What is the relationship between velocity and momentum? directly proportional
What is the relationship between momentum and mass? directly proportional
What is the term for change in momentum? impulse
To calculate impulse you would multiply the change in time by ______. force
The units of impulse are___. Newton-seconds
The ___ states that in the absence of an external force, the momentum of a system remains unchanged. Law of Conservation of Momentum
In an _____collision the objects collide without being permanently deformed and without creating heat. elastic
n an _____collision the objects collide and are permanently deformed or tangled together. inelastic
Created by: abolvin