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Physics 101 Mechanics

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What will be the momentum of a stone having the mass of 10 kg when it is thrown with a velocity of 4 metre per second?

Hello Children. In this question, we are given a stone of mask 10 kg and the stone is thrown with the velocity of 4m/s. We have to find out the momentum that is producing the stone when it's thrown, so momentum producing an object that S. P. Is given by the formula mars into velocity. Now we have the mass adverse of allosaurus, we will substitute the values you. Direct momentum is supposed to turn kg, multiply four m per second, solving this, we get the value as 40 kg meter per second, so the momentum reduced in the stone is 40 kgm meter or 2nd. I hope Children. This is clear to you. Thank you.

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