GOODEVENING SIR/MAM.
 
I HAVE A QUESTION THAT,
 
IF BODIES OF UNEQUAL MASSES HAVE SAME K.E. WHICH HAS LAEGER MOMENTUM?...
 
PLEASE,  HELP ME OUT AND REPLY ME FAST AS TOMORROW IS MY EXAM...
 

Asked by snehal.nivsarkar1 | 19th Sep, 2014, 04:30: PM

Expert Answer:

The momentum of a body of mass moving with a velocity v is given by P= m v,
 
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Here kinetic energy is same for both the bodies. So P directly depends on the mass of the bodies. i.e. Momentum will be large if m is large.
Thus momentum will be greater for the heavy body.

Answered by Jyothi Nair | 21st Sep, 2014, 11:39: AM