# The ratios of momentum

Question asked by: nareshjntu

Asked on: 25 Aug 2009

Momentum is mass x velocity, so that is the equation to use.

If you have two of those three then you can work out the other one by re-arranging the equation accordingly.

By: stephy

Replied at: 01 Sep 2009

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