Physics
omari
29

A bowling ball has a mass of 5 kg. What happens to its momentum when the speed increases from 1 m/s to 2 m/s? A) The initial momentum is 5 kg m/s and the final momentum is 7 kg m/s B) The initial momentum is 5 kg m/s and the final momentum is 3 kg m/s C) The initial momentum is 5 kg m/s and the final momentum is 20 kg m/s D) The initial momentum is 5 kg m/s and the final momentum is 10 kg m/s

+2
(1) Answers
alyssawilkinson

The initial momentum is 5 kg m/s and the final momentum is 10 kg m/s 'cause P = m*v, when we increase either m or v, P also increases by the same expression,  P = 5 * 2 = 10 So, option D is your answer!! Hope this helps!

Add answer