State the law of conservation of momentum. Derive it by using newton's third law of motion.

Asked by  | 23rd Sep, 2012, 04:32: PM

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Law of conservation of momentum : It states that if a group of objects are interacting with each other, then their total momentum remains conserved before and after the interaction, provided no external force acts on them.
Conservation of momentum using Newton's third law of motion

Answered by  | 24th Sep, 2012, 12:16: AM

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