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A particle of mass m is moving with a uniform velocity v 1 . It is given an impulse such that its velocity becomes v 2 . The impulse is (equal to (a) m [|v 2 | = |v 1 | (b) m[v 2 2 - v= 1 2 ] (c) m[v 1 + v 2 ] (d) [v 2 – v 1 ]



A particle of mass m is moving with a uniform velocity v1. It is given an impulse such that its velocity becomes v2. The impulse is (equal to


        (a)    m [|v2| = |v1|    


(b)     m[v22 - v=12]


        (c)    m[v1 + v2]


        (d)     [v2 – v1]


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1 Answers

Navjyot Kalra
askIITians Faculty 654 Points
9 years ago

(d)

Impulse = final momentum - initial momentum = m(v2-v1)

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