2. Explain the Conservation of Momentum Formula?
The conservation of momentum states that if two objects collide, then the total momentum before and after the collision will be the same if there is no external force applied on the colliding objects.
Mathematically, the conservation of momentum formula expresses that the momentum of the system remains constant when net external force remains zero.
This means that, initial momentum= final momentum
Law of conservation of momentum formula
This is mathematically expressed in terms of the given formula
p is the linear momentum
m is the mass of the body
v is the linear velocity