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In reality, there is no specific name for the unit of momentum. This is because momentum is a product of mass and force and expressed in the units of these quantities. Besides, if we look at the formula of momentum it is given as;What is the derived unit for momentum?
Derived Unit of Momentum. In mathematical terms, the momentum of an object is the product of the mass of the object and its velocity. Momentum = mass * velocity (Image will be uploaded soon) In physics, the momentum of an object is denoted by 'p'. So the equation can be written as, p = m * v.How to calculate momentum?
Momentum can be calculated using this equation: p = m × v where: p is the momentum in kilograms metres per second, kg m/s