Chapter 6. Momentum and Collisions. 6-1 Momentum and Impulse. Momentum(p) describes the tendency of an object to continue moving (or not moving) at a constant speed. The heavier or faster an object moves, the greater its momentum. Momentum = Mass x Velocity p = mv. Example.
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Momentum and Collisions