Impulse-Momentum Theorem

Output: Press calculate

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, Force is the force applied to the object, and Time is the duration of the force application. The result is expressed in Newton-seconds (N·s).

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Data validation

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


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

Tags: Physics, Momentum, Impulse, Dynamics