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Conservation of Momentum
The Mechanical Universe Series

Year

1985

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Country of Origin

Canada

Duration

00:30:00

Product Code

DIT85015000

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The momentum of an object is equal to its mass multiplied by its velocity. When no external forces act on a system the total momentum is constant. This principle is called the conservation of momentum. 'Conservation of Momentum' takes a cue from Descartes, to show that momentum is always conserved in the mechanical universe. A clear explanation and interrogation of Descartes' legacies, Newton's Second Law, momentum, energy and right angles, and analytic geometry.

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Production Year
1985

Duration
00:30:00

Producer
Distribution Access

Country Of Origin
Canada

Level
Senior Secondary to Professional

Product Code
DIT85015000