# Physics 1-4-12 Impulse-Momentum Theorem

PHYSICS Welcome back and happy new year! Didn’t realize you would be so good at shooting marshmallows. Remind me to never let David near a poison dart gun! Here’s the lecture from Wednesday on the intro to momentum and the impulse-momentum theorem. Did you understand the relationship between force and time? Let’s see if you can put it to practice tomorrow! And thanks Matt!!

## 14 thoughts on “Physics 1-4-12 Impulse-Momentum Theorem”

1. Jakin D P5 says:

So time only affects the force, not the change in momentum?

2. Andrew F P5 says:

When will we do the take home lab?

3. Cory A. P5 says:

Are momentum and and kinetic energy directly proportional?

4. Courtney Huie P5 says:

Do we have to write up the egg drop lab?

5. Zach C. says:

Is there a set date on when we will get the information about the light bulb drop project?

6. Zach C. P5 says:

Whoops. Forgot my class

7. David N P5 says:

Did our homework assignments change from what the syllabus said?
Do we need to do the work from today and yesterday?

• Charlie Moser P5 says:

I was wondering this too. We’re way off of the syllabus.

8. Matthew D. P5 says:

Ms. Skinner, is our class going at a good speed through the curriculum?

9. Megan G P5 says:

What does P stand for? I was so confused in class today.

• Jakin D. P5 says:

Its just the symbol for momentum. It comes from the German word for it if I remember correctly.

• Jakin D. P5 says:

It’s just the symbol for momentum. It comes from the German word for it if I remember correctly.

• Jakin D. P5 says:

It’s just the symbol that represents momentum. I think Ms. Skinner said it comes from German, but I’m not positive.

10. Jakin D. P5 says:

Woah sorry for the blowing this page up guys my iPad froze up.