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what is the unit of momentum?
Question asked by: rahman207

Asked on: 19 Jul 2008

This can confuse people who are used to there just being one measure, however as momentum combines mass and velocity then it has combined units too.

So the units are kilograms metres per second, or kg.m/s - this is the SI unit of momentum.

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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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