Question Solved1 Answer Which arrow (a-j) best indicates the direction of the object's change in momentum from point 1 to point 2? 5. [1/2 points] DETAILS PREVIOUS ANSWERS MY NOTES The diagram shows the path of a moving object. The object and its momentum is shown at two instants in time. Which of the diagrams below would be the best to use to determine graphically the change in momentum of the object from point i to point 2? P P2 P Which arrow (a-j) best indicates the direction of the object's change in momentum from point 1 to point 27 x g * d e i zero magnitude Submit Answer

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Which arrow (a-j) best indicates the direction of the object's change in momentum from point 1 to point 2?

Transcribed Image Text: 5. [1/2 points] DETAILS PREVIOUS ANSWERS MY NOTES The diagram shows the path of a moving object. The object and its momentum is shown at two instants in time. Which of the diagrams below would be the best to use to determine graphically the change in momentum of the object from point i to point 2? P P2 P Which arrow (a-j) best indicates the direction of the object's change in momentum from point 1 to point 27 x g * d e i zero magnitude Submit Answer
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Transcribed Image Text: 5. [1/2 points] DETAILS PREVIOUS ANSWERS MY NOTES The diagram shows the path of a moving object. The object and its momentum is shown at two instants in time. Which of the diagrams below would be the best to use to determine graphically the change in momentum of the object from point i to point 2? P P2 P Which arrow (a-j) best indicates the direction of the object's change in momentum from point 1 to point 27 x g * d e i zero magnitude Submit Answer
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horizontal velocity is always remain constant in projectile motion  so change in momentum in x direction is zero  change in momentum in y direction  momentum = mv  mass is constant in y direction velocity is changing  at point 1 = v1 = u*sintheta -gt1& ... See the full answer