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  • Impulse (physics) - Wikipedia

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    Impulse J produced from time t 1 to t 2 is defined to be = ∫ where F is the resultant force applied from t 1 to t 2. From Newton's second law, force is related to ...

  • Impulse of Force - HyperPhysics Concepts

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    The product of average force and the time it is exerted is called the impulse of force. From Newton's second law the impulse of force can be extracted and found to be ...

  • Force of Impulse (1961) - IMDb

    https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0132974

    A high-school football player is in love with a beautiful blonde classmate from a very wealthy family. He doesn't have the money to take her out, so in his ...

  • Momentum and Impulse Connection - physicsclassroom.com

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    In a collision, an object experiences a force for a specific amount of time that results in a change in momentum. The result of the force acting for the given amount ...

  • Impulse: Definition, Equation, Calculation & Examples ...

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    Video: Impulse: Definition, Equation, Calculation & Examples. ... If impulse is force multiplied by time, then force is impulse divided by time.

  • Impulse - definition of impulse by The Free Dictionary

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    5. Physics The product obtained by multiplying the average value of a force by the time during which it acts. The impulse equals the change in momentum produced by ...

  • How to Calculate Force from Impulse and Momentum - dummies

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    In physics, you can use the impulse-momentum theorem to calculate force based on impulse and momentum. For example, you can relate the impulse with which you hit an ...

  • Impulse - Wikipedia

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    Science. Impulse (physics), in mechanics, something that changes the momentum of an object; the integral of a force with respect to time; Impulse noise (disambiguation)

  • What are momentum and impulse? (article) | Khan Academy

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    Learn what momentum and impulse are, as well as how they are related to force.

  • Impulse | Define Impulse at Dictionary.com

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    Impulse definition, the influence of a particular feeling, mental state, etc.: to act under a generous impulse; to strike out at someone from an angry impulse. See more.

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