Difference between moment of force and torque

Torque Momentum
The measurement of the turning force of an object is called torque The measurement of the perpendicular distance from the point of rotation to the force’s line of action is called momentum.
It is a movement-related force It is a static force
It is referred to the nature of the force to rotate the object in a pivot. It is referred to the nature of the force to move the object.

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