What is the importance of momentum?

Momentum is important in Physics because it describes the relationship between speed, mass and direction. It also describes the force needed to stop objects and to keep them in motion.

A seemingly small object can exert a large amount of force if it has enough momentum. It can also predict the speed and direction of motion of objects after collision.

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