Question #f7064

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Jul 30, 2017

Answer:

See below.

Explanation:

Acceleration: When a body runs with an uniformly increasing velocity the change of velocity in a moment is called Acceleration.
It is signed by a.
#a=dv/dt# (it is for instantaneous Acceleration)

Momentum: The product of a the velocity and the mass of a moving body with uniform velocity is called it's momentum.
It is denoted by p.#**p**=mv#=impulse of force