How the Change in Momentum Relates to Impulse

How the Change in Momentum Relates to Impulse
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This online activity uses a computer simulation to test how the force, the time it is applied, the mass of an object, and the velocity it travels all relate to one another. The takeaway of the activity is to show the students that impulse and the change in momentum are equal. It also illustrates how measurable values (like mass and velocity) can allow us to determine the force or time in a collision.

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Teaching Duration
1 hour
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