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The quantity of motion affecting an object is called momentum. Momentum is also mass multiplied by the velocity of an object.
momentum of a particle
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Momentum of a body can be easily defined as a product of mass of the body and the velocity with which it is moving. p=mv.
\[\text{momentum} = mass \times velocity \]
momentum is actually the instantaneous force that a moving particle possesses when it hits another particle in its path..instantaneous coj it depends upon the velocity at time of collision...

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