A ball with mass m and velocity v hits a wall, and suffers an elastic colision. So it comes back vith velocity -v (1 dimension motion).
Since linear momentum must be conserved, it means the wall has a momentum p=2mv after the ball comes back. How can we prove it?
(mv=-mv+2mv)

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more obvious if you think of it as a gigantic ball hitting a smaller wall

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