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Objective: To use an understanding of momentum as a vector whose magnitude is the product of mass times velocity in order to predict how momentum will change, to rank the momentum of three different objects, and to identify the direction of the momentum vector. If you miss a question, then you will eventually be given a very similar question. You can use the Help button at any time.
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Momentum
What’s Happening With Momentum? 4 Questions
Pick from among the three activities - What’s Happening With Momentum?, Momentum Ranking Tasks, and Getting Direction on Momentum.
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Greatest p
Yes, Return
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Smallest p
#1
No, Stay Here
The mass and velocity of three objects are shown. The arrow represents the direction of the velocity. Rank these three objects in terms of their momentum.
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Middlest p
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Tap the fields to rank the objects in terms of Momentum (p).
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Remaining Constant
Decreasing
Increasing
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West
East
Getting Direction on Momentum