# How are force and momentum related ?

Yugabrat Gogoi
47 Points
9 years ago
The rate at  which momentum changes with time is equal to the net force applied to an object.  This relationship comes directly .  This is a special case of Newton's second law forF = mafrom Newton's second law of motion, a constant force which gives rise to a constant acceleration.  The linking fact is that acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes with time.
Yugabrat Gogoi
47 Points
9 years ago
this is the propper one.
The rate at  which momentum changes with time is equal to the net force applied to an object.  This relationship comes directly .  This is a special case of Newton's second law for F = ma from Newton's second law of motion, a constant force which gives rise to a constant acceleration.  The linking fact is that acceleration is the rate at which velocity changes with time.
Malavika Rajesh
27 Points
9 years ago
Thank You...
Yugabrat Gogoi
47 Points
9 years ago
you are welcome

shubham sharda
360 Points
8 years ago
force=momentum/time