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P2 3.4 Momentum

P2 3.4 Momentum

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Author: Gemma Boyson
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  • How can we calculate momentum?
  • What is the unit of momentum?
  • What happens to the total momentum of two objects when they collide?
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P2 3.4 Momentum

A short video about how to calculate momentum.

Source: G Boyson

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AQA GCSE Additional Science P2 - Momentum

GCSE physics - how to calculate momentum and use the conservation of momentum law.

Momentum

Mr. Andersen explains the concept of momentum. He also shows you how to solve simple momentum problems. He finally shows you how momentum is both conserved and relative.

Source: Bozeman Science