# Study sets matching "energy momentum"

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Elastic Collision

Impulse

Impulse-momentum Relationship

Inelastic Collision

encounter between two bodies in which the total kinetic energy…

The Quantity "force" * Time interval ... Change in momentum

...

which part of the kinetic energy is changed to some other form…

Elastic Collision

encounter between two bodies in which the total kinetic energy…

Impulse

The Quantity "force" * Time interval ... Change in momentum

momentum (description)

momentum (equation)

impulse (two definitions)

impulse (two equations combined

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

p = mv

change in momentum; force times time

change(mv) = F t

momentum (description)

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

momentum (equation)

p = mv

momentum (description)

momentum (equation)

impulse (two definitions)

impulse (two equations combined

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

p = mv

change in momentum; force times time

change(mv) = F t

momentum (description)

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

momentum (equation)

p = mv

conservation of energy

conservation of energy for machines

efficiency

elastic collision

Energy cannot be created or destroyed; it may be transformed f…

The work output of any machine cannot exceed the work input.

The percentage of the work put into a machine that is converte…

A collision in which colliding objects rebound without lasting…

conservation of energy

Energy cannot be created or destroyed; it may be transformed f…

conservation of energy for machines

The work output of any machine cannot exceed the work input.

Energy

Conservation of Energy

Kinetic Energy

Potential Energy

The ability to do work

Energy cannot be created or destroyed;only transformed or tran…

Energy in motion

Stored energy based on the object's position

Energy

The ability to do work

Conservation of Energy

Energy cannot be created or destroyed;only transformed or tran…

What is the kinetic energy formula?

The greater the momentum the greater th…

Force is equal to change in momentum ov…

If kinetic energy is conserved the coll…

K = 1/2 m v2

Impulse

Newton's second law

elastic

What is the kinetic energy formula?

K = 1/2 m v2

The greater the momentum the greater th…

Impulse

Electrical Energy

Chemical Energy

Mechanical Energy

Nuclear Energy

Energy caused by the movement of electrons.

Energy stored in chemical bonds

Kinetic or potential energy associated with the motion or posi…

Energy stored in the nucleus of an atom

Electrical Energy

Energy caused by the movement of electrons.

Chemical Energy

Energy stored in chemical bonds

Momentum

Law of Conservation of Momentum

Mass

Velocity

The mass of an object times its velocity

A law that states that as long as two iteracting objects are n…

The amount of matter in an object

Speed with direction

Momentum

The mass of an object times its velocity

Law of Conservation of Momentum

A law that states that as long as two iteracting objects are n…

Work Done

Weight

Force applied to a spring

Kinetic energy

Force x Distance (in the direction of the force)

Mass x Gravitational Field Strength

spring constant x extension

0.5 x mass x (speed)^2

Work Done

Force x Distance (in the direction of the force)

Weight

Mass x Gravitational Field Strength

momentum (description)

momentum (equation)

impulse (two definitions)

impulse (two equations combined

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

p = mv

change in momentum; force times time

change(mv) = F t

momentum (description)

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

momentum (equation)

p = mv

momentum (description)

momentum (equation)

impulse (two definitions)

impulse (two equations combined

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

p = mv

change in momentum; force times time

change(mv) = F t

momentum (description)

inertia in motion; resistance to change in motion

momentum (equation)

p = mv

Kinetic Energy equation

Gravitational Potential energy equation

KE meaning

GPE meaning

KE = 1/2 x mass x velocity squared

GPE = mass x g x height

Kinetic energy- energy a moving object has

Gravitational potential energy- energy something stores due to…

Kinetic Energy equation

KE = 1/2 x mass x velocity squared

Gravitational Potential energy equation

GPE = mass x g x height

momentum

impulse

elastic collision

completely inelastic collision

inertia in motion

a force exerted over time that causes a change in momentum

collision that causes objects to bounce perfectly

collision that causes objects to stick together

momentum

inertia in motion

impulse

a force exerted over time that causes a change in momentum

Elastic Collision

Impluse

impulse - momentum relationship

inelastic collision

when objects collide without creating heat and being deformed

the change in momentum

The greater the impulse the greater the change of momentum

when objects colliding get stuck together

Elastic Collision

when objects collide without creating heat and being deformed

Impluse

the change in momentum

Momentum

Impulse

Mass

Conservation

Mass multiplied by velocity

Force multiplied by time. Impulses change momentum

The amount of matter in an object

When what you have at the end is the same as what you had in t…

Momentum

Mass multiplied by velocity

Impulse

Force multiplied by time. Impulses change momentum

The total energy of the ______ is const…

If you double the mass of a moving obje…

A change in momentum is also known as...

A change in energy is also known as...

universe, system

It doubles.

Impulse

Work

The total energy of the ______ is const…

universe, system

If you double the mass of a moving obje…

It doubles.

Kinetic Energy

Potential Energy

Joules

Formula for Potential Energy

Energy associated with motion

Energy associated with distance away from a gravitational sour…

Unit of Energy

Potential Energy=mass

**gravity**heightKinetic Energy

Energy associated with motion

Potential Energy

Energy associated with distance away from a gravitational sour…

Elastic Collision

Impulse

impulse-Momentum Realtionship

Inelastic Collision

Object collide without being permanently deformed and without…

Change in momentum.

The greater the impulse exerted on something, the greater the…

Whenever colliding objects become tangled or coupled together.

Elastic Collision

Object collide without being permanently deformed and without…

Impulse

Change in momentum.

Energy

Conservation of energy

KE

PE

ability to do work

energy cannot be created or destroyed only transformed or tran…

Energy in motion based on an objects position

Stored energy based on an objects position

Energy

ability to do work

Conservation of energy

energy cannot be created or destroyed only transformed or tran…

Work (negative work)

Kinetic energy

Work energy theorem

Gravitational Potential Energy

Work is the amount of energy transferred when a force moves a…

The energy of an object, resulting from its motion.... Scalar

The work-energy theorem states that the net work done on an ob…

The stored energy in a system resulting from the gravitational…

Work (negative work)

Work is the amount of energy transferred when a force moves a…

Kinetic energy

The energy of an object, resulting from its motion.... Scalar