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What is the momentum of proton moving at a speed of V= 0.86s?

RISHIKA
550 Points
one year ago
The answer needs to be in kg x m/s. According to my professor, the answer is 3.8 x 10^-19 kg x m/s. However, I am not quite sure how he arrived at this answer. Explanation and work shown would be greatly appreciated! Thank you in advance. You are my physics lifesaver!

RISHIKA
550 Points
one year ago
hey friend
chvry03
13 Points
4 months ago
as momentum means mass * velocity
as we know that the  mass of a proton is 1.67*10^-27 and given velocity of the proton is 0.86
hence putting the values we get 1.4 *10^-27
13 Points
one month ago
Speed is 0.86c  not 0.86s

Given data:
Speed of proton =0.86c =0.86x3x10*8=2.5x10*8
C is speed of light
Solution :
Mass of proton =1.67x10*-27
Momentum formula=P=mv
P= (1.67x10*-27)x(2.5x10*8)

Ujjwal
28 Points
24 days ago
The answer needs to be in kg x m/s. According to my professor, the answer is 3.8 x 10^-19 kg x m/s.