Momentum, Impulse, and Conservation of Momentum Unit Assessment

Take our Momentum, Impulse, and Conservation of Momentum unit assessment quizzes. Follow links to the lessons that need attention.

Impulse and Momentum Quiz

Impulse and Momentum Quiz

Do you know the difference between impulse and momentum and solve related equations?

Impulse: More Time Means Less Force

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What is the unit for momentum?

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Which would change the momentum of an object the most.

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Impulse is equal to

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How much momentum does the 7.34767309 × 1022 kilogram moon have at its mean orbital velocity of 1022 m/s?

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How much more momentum would a moving object have with twice the mass?

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What is the change in momentum of an 85 kg person running at 8 m/s forward when hitting a wall and bouncing back at 3 m/s?

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How many times does impulse change when you double the force applied?

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How much force is required to stop Big Mac a 135 kg football player running at 6.0 m/s in 0.050 seconds?

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How does padding make it safer for athletes on impact?

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Conservation of Momentum and Collisions Quiz

Conservation of Momentum and Collisions Quiz

Do you know how to solve a conservation of momentum problem?

Pool Balls Elastic Collision

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What type of collision do you have when momentum is conserved but kinetic energy is not?

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What type of collision do you have when both momentum and kinetic energy are conserved?

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A 5000 kg garbage truck traveling 10 m/s right hits a 1000 kg car traveling 2 m/s right.  If the garbage truck is traveling 2 m/s right after the collision, what is the final velocity of the car?

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An 145 kg astronaut at rest throws a 15 kg space rock 6 m/s.  What is the final velocity of the astronaut?

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A 5 kg bowling ball traveling 6.2 m/s right strikes a 1.6 kg bowling pin at rest causing it to go 18 m/s to the right.  How fast is the bowling ball traveling after the elastic collision?

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A 0.25 kg ball of clay is thrown at 6 m/s right towards a 0.8 kg toy car at rest.  How fast is the clay stuck to the car traveling after the collision?

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What type of collision is the following?

A 0.25 kg ball of clay is thrown at 6 m/s towards a 0.8 kg toy car at rest.  How fast is the clay stuck to the car traveling after the collision?

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What type of collision is the following?

A 5 kg bowling ball traveling 2 m/s right hits a 4 kg bowling ball at rest.  After the collision the 4 kg bowling ball is traveling right at 2.5 m/s right.

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