Table of Contents

- 1 Do two objects with the same mass have the same momentum?
- 2 What happens to momentum if you double an object’s mass?
- 3 Does direction matter for momentum?
- 4 Is momentum conserved bouncing ball?
- 5 What is the relationship between mass and momentum?
- 6 What happens if 2 objects have the same speed but different velocities?
- 7 How does 2 objects with different masses have the same?
- 8 Can two objects have the same kinetic energy?

## Do two objects with the same mass have the same momentum?

Two objects of varying mass have the same momentum. The least massive of the two objects will have the greatest kinetic energy.

**What does it mean when two objects have the same momentum?**

As we know the momentum is a vector quantity and is equal to: p ⃗ = m υ ⃗ ( m is mass, υ is velocity. ) The momentum moments are the same, the velocity vectors must also be equal, not only in intensity but also in direction. So, the answer is: Yes, these objects have the same directions.

### What happens to momentum if you double an object’s mass?

If you increase either mass or velocity, the momentum of the object increases proportionally. If you double the mass or velocity you double the momentum.

**Do two objects with the same mass have the same velocity?**

If two objects on the same planet have the same weight, then they have the same mass. If two objects have the same amount of momentum, then they must have the same velocity.

#### Does direction matter for momentum?

Direction Matters The direction of the momentum vector is always in the same direction as the velocity vector. Because momentum is a vector, the addition of two momentum vectors is conducted in the same manner by which any two vectors are added.

**Does all moving objects have momentum?**

All moving objects have what Newton called a “quantity of motion.” Today it’s called momentum. Momentum is a characteristic of a moving object that is related to the mass and velocity of the object. The momentum of a moving object can be determined by multiplying the object’s mass by its velocity.

## Is momentum conserved bouncing ball?

conservation of momentum: The amount of momentum in a system remains the same after a collision. elastic collision: A collision in which all of the momentum is conserved. For example, a ball that bounces back up to its original height.

**Is momentum conserved when a ball is dropped?**

Momentum is conserved only for a closed system. When a body drops from a height, it gains momentum down, while the earth gains the same momentum up. Since the earth is very massive, you can not observe its motion in reaction. Same goes for a ball rolling downhill.

### What is the relationship between mass and momentum?

In terms of an equation, the momentum of an object is equal to the mass of the object times the velocity of the object. where m is the mass and v is the velocity. The equation illustrates that momentum is directly proportional to an object’s mass and directly proportional to the object’s velocity.

**Does momentum have direction?**

Momentum is a vector quantity; i.e., it has both magnitude and direction.

#### What happens if 2 objects have the same speed but different velocities?

This speed limit sign actually represents two components of motion: speed and direction. Objects have the same velocity only if they are moving at the same speed and in the same direction. Objects represented by B and C have different velocities because they are moving in different directions and at different speeds.

**Why do objects with more mass not always have more momentum?**

Its mass, for one thing. After all, mass measures the inertia of an object – how much the object resists accelerating. Certainly, more mass means more momentum – the momentum of an object is directly proportional to its mass. Twice the mass means twice the momentum.

## How does 2 objects with different masses have the same?

Momentum is mass times velocity so if the object with the smaller mass has a larger velocity then the second object they can have equal momentums. Good Answer! Wiki User 2013-02-05 23:17:29

**Is it possible for two objects to have the same momentum?**

No, because momentum depends on velocity and mass so they may have the same velocity but if they have different masses then they will have different momenta. (momenta is the plural form of momentum.) How can it be possible for two objects with different velocities to have the same momentum?

### Can two objects have the same kinetic energy?

But.. As you can see, these objects had the same Momentum but very different Kinetic Energies by a factor of 10. Ah,no.This is simply because momentum is the product of mass and velocity while Kinetic energy is the product of half the mass and squared velocity.

**Why does momentum depend on mass and velocity?**

Because momentum is equal to mass times velocity, so if they have different velocity the momentum will be equal if the masses are right. Momentum is also equal to force times time. Why do you need momentum? Momentum is defined as the “Mass in Motion”. It is a Vector quantity. It depends on two variables (Object Mass and Velocity) .