I think that it might be necessary to add what the 'conservation of momentum' is: Momentum is conserved when no external forces i.e. the total momentum after is the same as before.

The units for momentum are kg m/s. I think you made a typo in saying 100 m/s/s, it's just 100 m/s Thank you so much for all your work on all of the IGCSE Science! This is a life saver.

It is velocity and not acceleration

ReplyDeleteI can't see what i've done wrong here.. please explain?

ReplyDeleteHow can't you see it you stupid bitch

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DeleteNo you put m/s^2 instead of just m/s because acceleration is squared but velocity isn't :)

DeleteHe probably mean's that the velocity units are not in m/s/s

ReplyDeleteOh yeah, thanks :)

DeleteYou could probably do m/s^2. Better :) thanks though. Really helpful!

ReplyDeleteI think that it might be necessary to add what the 'conservation of momentum' is:

ReplyDeleteMomentum is conserved when no external forces i.e. the total momentum after is the same as before.

Momentum is kg.m/s

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DeleteThe units for momentum are kg m/s.

ReplyDeleteI think you made a typo in saying 100 m/s/s, it's just 100 m/s

Thank you so much for all your work on all of the IGCSE Science! This is a life saver.

Wouldn't we have to convert g to kg? Because the unit of Momentum is Kg m/s. AND THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR YOUR NOTES <3

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