# Can an object that is not moving have momentum?

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Apr 14, 2014

No, momentum (p) is the product of an objects mass (m) and its velocity (v).

p = mv

No velocity = no momentum!

Apr 14, 2014

No, momentum (p) is the product of an objects mass (m) and its velocity (v).

p = mv

No velocity = no momentum!

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