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Apart from mass and velocity,what else affects affects momentum?

I want to know atleast four reasons.
Question asked by: laychie

Asked on: 01 Jan 2011

The standard equation is that momentum = mass x velocity so when you are doing physics at school for instance GCSE exams then all you need to know is that momentum = mass x velocity and that's it.
By: knowitall
Replied at: 05 Jan 2011
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Force,time,accelration and distance covered
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Date of comment: Sun, Jun 2nd 2013

Force and time
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Date of comment: Fri, Sep 23rd 2011

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