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SIR. PLEASE EXPLAIN ME THE CONCEPT OF LINEAR MOMENTUM AND ITS USE IN MECHANICS.

SIR. PLEASE EXPLAIN ME THE CONCEPT OF LINEAR MOMENTUM AND ITS USE IN MECHANICS.

Grade:11

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Badiuddin askIITians.ismu Expert
147 Points
11 years ago

Dear vardaan kumar

Conservation of Momentum is important from the perspective of scoring high in IIT JEE as there are few fixed pattern on which a number Multiple Choice Questions are framed on this topic. You are expected to take this chapter seriously in order to remain competitive in IIT JEE examination. It is a linking pin between all other topics of Mechanics in Physics. It is very important to master these concepts at early stage as this forms the basis of your preparation for IIT JEE, AIEEE, DCE, EAMCET and other engineering entrance examinations

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zahid rashid dar
8 Points
11 years ago

momentum is defined as the quantity of matter in a body . CONCEPT OF LINEAR MOMENTUM SAYS THAT THE MOMENTUM OF A SYSTEM INITIALLY IS EQUAL TO THE MOMENTUM AFTER FINAL EVENT

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