How can we get momentum from time & momentum from force?
Asked by Vidush | 1st Jun, 2013, 06:11: PM
there is no such direct conversion but if u are mentioning the conversion of rate of change of momentum with time to force, then for such conversions, we should always remember the second law of motion:
The force applied on a body is directly proportional to the rate of change of momentum.
F = dP/dt
where we have taken the proportionality constant as 1
Answered by | 1st Jun, 2013, 11:40: PM
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