Hi everyone! I've been getting confused with Momentum, Force and Impulse. From my understanding force when applied on object helps it gain momentum, the higher the force applied the higher the acceleration therefore more the momentum. And according to Sir Isaac Newton's first law of motion, the object that the force was applied on will keep moving, therefore won't change its momentum until another force slows it down. Once it does slow the object down the change in momentum would equal to the impulse applied on the object. Therefore the impulse would determine the objects momentum post the collision? Am I right? If not could you please give me a very simplified explanation on why impulse and momentum differ?