# Impulse-Momentum Theorem

**Formula:**`Impulse = Force × Time`

## Introduction to Impulse-Momentum Theorem

The impulse-momentum theorem states that the change in momentum of an object is equal to the impulse applied to it. In this formula, ** Impulse** represents the change in momentum,

**is the force applied to the object, and**

*Force***is the duration of the force application. The result is expressed in Newton-seconds (N·s).**

*Time*## Parameter usage:

`Force`

= force applied to the object`Time`

= duration of force application

## Data validation

The force should be a real number, and the time should be a positive real number.

## Summary

This theorem provides a basis for understanding the relationship between force, time, and momentum, and is fundamental in the study of dynamics and collisions.