What is Momentum?

Momentum is the measurement of the quantity of motion. It's found by finding the product of it's weight and velocity or p=m*v. Momentum is in the unit kg m/s
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Some Examples

mass= 2000kg

velocity= 0 m/s

momentum= 0 kg m/s

mass= 1000kg

velocity= 3 m/s

momentum= 3000 kg m/s

mass= 3000kg

velocity= 0.5 m/s

momentum= 1500 kg m/s

Law of Conservation of Matter

The total momentum before an event is equal to the total momentum after an event.