Q: What is equal to a impulse of 20 units?

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t=0:.02:20 > num1=[1] > num2=[1 0] > denum=[.2 .2 6] > sys1=tf(num1,denum) > sys2=tf(num2, denum) > xt=impulse(sys1,t) > xdott=impulse(sys2,t) > plot(t,xt,'r',t,xdott,'b') >

Momentum is Mass * Velocity, therefore it is Kg*m/s Impulse is Force * Time, therefore it is N*sBy Newton's 2nd law, F=ma. Force(N) is equal to kg*m/s^2By substitution, (kg*m/s^2)*s = kg*m/s

Because that is how addition is defined. One lot of tens and no units added to one lot of tens and no units makes two lots of tens and no units.

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a square 20 units long and 20 units wide

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Force=25,time=0.8Force=0.1time=200Force=10,time=2

force= 0.1, time= 18

equal to zero

Force = 10, time = 1Force = 5, time = 2Force = 20, time = 1/2

The units for impulse are kg.m/s. This is because impulse= (final momentum) -(initial momentum) and the units for momentum are kg.m/s.

1 score = 20 units

impulse is equal to force which is acting on the body and ti me in small interval which is equal to momentum.so impulse is equal to change in momentum and direction of impulse is consider the direction of force and change in momentum.

Yes. You can think of an impulse as of a transfer of momentum.

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The impulse on the colliding objects will be equal and opposite. impulse = m(vf- vi)

change in momentum

change in momentum