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What is an example of an object with great momentum? Why does it have great momentum?

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    Since momentum equals M*V, for a large momentum you need either a very large mass (M) or a very large velocity (V), or both.

    How about a fired bullet or a moving freight train?

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    Oh, I see. Thank you!

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