Physics

Grade-10

Easy

Question

# Observe the image and answer the question below:

What is the momentum of object A before collision?

What is the momentum of object A before collision?

- 2050 m/s
- 1800 m/s
- 3200 m/s
- 650 m/s

Hint:

### Momentum is the product of mass and velocity.

## The correct answer is: 2050 m/s

### Momentum of object A before collision will be the product of its mass and velocity i.e. 50*41=2050m/s.

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