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Q: What is the momentum of a 1500 pound car traveling at 5 mph?

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What is the momentum of a 2000-pound car traveling at 30 miles per hour? Give the answer in metric units (change pounds to kilograms; miles per hour to meters per second).Choose the best answer from the options below:A10,900B12,120C9,000D13,140E15,000

what is the momentum of a 800kg car travelling at 20m/s

No, since they are traveling at the same speed their momentum is the same. However the velocity and exhilaration are different

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yes, the car would have to be traveling at a faster velocity though, assuming that the car weighs less

This is a conservation of momentum problem. Total momentum after collision = total momentum before collision. truck momentum before is MV = 500 x 30 = 1500 kg m/s car momentum before is = 0 (car at rest) truck momentum after = MU = 500 x U Car momentum after = mU = 300 x U SO: 500U + 300U = 1500 + 0 800U = 1500 U = 1.875 m/s

P (momentum) = M * V 703 * 20.1 = 14130.3 kg m/s

No, the train has MUCH more mass and momentum is mass times speed.

No, the magnitude will be constant, but the direction of the momentum will change to reflect the direction of the velocity.

The car has more momentum easily. It has the greater mass. The momentum equation is p=m x v p= momentum m= mass v= velocity ex. So the bike weighs around 50 lbs and is going 20 mph the car is about 1500 lbs and 20 mph 1500 x 20 = 30000 50 x 20 = 100

Law of Conservation of Momentum: The total momentum after the collision is equal to the total momentum before the collission.

Law of Conservation of Momentum: The total momentum after the collision is equal to the total momentum before the collission.

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