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What is the law o conservation of momentum?

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Cynthia Baker on August 3, 2019

This means that there is a quantity called "momentum", which is defined as speed x time, which is conserved. That is, what interaction occurs, for example, the objects to collide with other obdanger, the TOTAL time is not going to change. In such shocks, the impulse may be transferred from one object to another, of course. Keep in mind that since velocity is a vector, momentum is also a vector.

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