Answer: ADGHK
a. TRUE  Momentum is a vector quantity. Like all vector quantities, the momentum of an object is not fully described until the direction of the momentum is identified. Momentum, like other vector quantities, is subject to the rules of vector operations.
b. FALSE  The Joule is the unit of work and energy. The kg m/s is the standard unit of momentum.
c. FALSE  An object has momentum if it is moving. Having mass gives an object inertia. When that inertia is in motion, the object has momentum.
d. TRUE  This is true. However, one should be quick to note that the object does not have to have a constant speed in order to have momentum.
e. FALSE  The direction of an object's momentum vector is in the direction that the object is moving. If an object is traveling eastward, then it has an eastward momentum. If the object is slowing down, its momentum is still eastward. Only its acceleration would be westward.
f. FALSE  To say that momentum is a conserved quantity is to say that if a system of objects can be considered to be isolated from the impact of net external forces, then the total momentum of that system is conserved. In the absence of external forces, the total momentum of a system is not altered by a collision. However, the momentum of an individual object is altered as momentum is transferred between colliding objects.
g. TRUE  Momentum is calculated as the product of mass and velocity. As the speed of an object increases, so does its velocity. As a result, an increasing speed leads to an increasing momentum  a direct relationship.
h. TRUE  For the same speed (and thus velocity), a more massive object has a greater product of mass and velocity; it therefore has more momentum.
i. FALSE  A less massive object would have a greater momentum owing to a velocity which is greater than that of the more massive object. Momentum depends upon two quantities * mass and velocity. Both are equally important.
j. FALSE  When comparing the size of two momentum vectors, the direction is insignificant. The direction of any vector would never enter into a size comparison.
k. TRUE  Objects with a changing speed also have a changing velocity. As such, an object with a changing speed also has a changing momentum.
