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Momentum with time is defined as the product of the total mass, m, of the system times the velocity, vcm, of the center of mass. Momentum is defined as mass times velocity. The more momentum a thing possesses, the harder it is to halt its motion. Momentum with time refers to force acting for a given amount of time will change an object's momentum.

Momentum with Time Calculation

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Formula

Momentum:

**ΔM = F* ΔT**

Force:

**F = ΔM / ΔT**

Time Change:

**ΔT = ΔM /F**

**Where,**

ΔM = Momentum Change,

F = Force,

ΔT = Time Change.

Momentum is a measure of an object tendency to move in a straight line with constant speed. This advanced online Momentum with Time Calculation tool is useful in calculating and finding the force, time change and momentum change of an object.

**Example:**

Calculate the Momentum change of an object when the applied force and time change of the object is known.

Force (F) = 50 N

Time Change (ΔT) = 25 s

**Solution:**

**Apply formula:**

ΔM = F* ΔT

ΔM = 50*25

ΔM = 1250 kg-m/s

**Momentum Change (ΔM) = 1250 kg-m/s**