can you help me with this, please?
Jun 28, 2016 #1 AyoubEd 10 2 can you help me with this, please? Attachments 65.PNG 21.7 KB · Views: 381
Jun 28, 2016 #2 CWatters Science Advisor Homework Helper Gold Member 10,533 2,298 Firstly it doesn't say "one second" it says "per second" which is a rate. Momentum = mass * velocity so Momentum per second would be equal to mass * velocity / time Velocity/time = acceleration. can you do the rest?
Firstly it doesn't say "one second" it says "per second" which is a rate. Momentum = mass * velocity so Momentum per second would be equal to mass * velocity / time Velocity/time = acceleration. can you do the rest?
Jun 28, 2016 #3 NihalRi 134 12 Force is the change in momentum per unit time. F=ma (m=mass a=acceleration) a= (vf-vi)/t Replacing a into the force equation: F=m (vf-vi)/t Which is change in momentum per unit time.
Force is the change in momentum per unit time. F=ma (m=mass a=acceleration) a= (vf-vi)/t Replacing a into the force equation: F=m (vf-vi)/t Which is change in momentum per unit time.