Posted by **Casablanca** on Tuesday, March 13, 2012 at 2:15pm.

The change in the momentum of an object (Ä p) is given by the force, F, acting on the object multiplied by the time interval that the force was acting: Ä p = F Ät .

If the force (in newtons) acting on a particular object is given by F(t)=cost , what’s the total change in momentum of the object from time t = 5 until t = 7 seconds?

For my answer, I got 1.615910873, would this be correct?

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