why do we conserve momentum?

Asked by  | 19th Jan, 2009, 08:51: PM

Expert Answer:

Law of conservation of momentum is a 'law' which means that it is something that is universally observed. It does not fail under any conditions so it is accepted as a 'law.'

Answered by  | 20th Jan, 2009, 02:26: PM

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