# Question from Robert:

1. Feb 10, 2004

### DeBbIeFrIcKeNrAy

I need some extra help on physics, what is the equation I would use for the change in momentum it would help a lot. Thanks Rob

2. Feb 10, 2004

### franznietzsche

you could use:

$$\frac{dp}{dt} = F =m\frac{dv}{dt} = ma$$

where p = momentum, v = velocity, and a = acceleration.

edit: w00t 100th post

3. Feb 11, 2004

### chroot

Staff Emeritus
Debbie,

Please post your homework questions in here, in the Homework Help forum -- not in the General Physics forum.

- Warren