What is the change in the momentum of the body if a force of 10 kN acted on it for 0.3 seconds?

The task:

t – 0.3 sec;

F – 10 kN;

dP -? N * sec.

Calculation formula:

dP = F * t, where

F – acting force, N;

t – time of force action, sec.

For calculations, you need to know that 10 kN = 10,000 N.

We solve: dP = 10000 * 0.3 = 3000 N * sec.

Answer: the change in the impulse of the body is equal to dP = 3000 H * sec.

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