How momentum of a body related to force?
Asked by trilochan15368 | 4th Apr, 2020, 08:33: AM
We know that,
Momentum is product of mass and velocity.
p = mv
Force is product of mass and acceleration.
F = ma
a = v/t
F = mv/t
F = p/t
i.e. Force = Momentum/time
Answered by Shiwani Sawant | 4th Apr, 2020, 10:14: AM
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