Dynamics
posted by Rajan .
State the principle of impulse and momentum. And clearly difference between impulse and impact

F(force)= dP/dt (rate of change of momentum)
So, F*dt(impulse)= dP (change in momentum in the small time dt)
If impact means force, then the force multiplied by the time duration it is applied on a body equals impulse.
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