**What is a force applied over a period of time called?**

Force applied over time creates **An impulse**, a change in momentum. Impulse is defined in classical mechanics as a force multiplied by the amount of time it acts over. In calculus terms, the impulse can be calculated as the integral of force with respect to time. The symbol for impulse is J or Imp.

**What does a force applied to a stationary object give the object?**

Force can cause a stationary object to **Start moving** Or a moving object to change its speed or direction or both. A change in the speed or direction of an object is called acceleration.

**What does the amount of force times the time applied equal?**

Answer and Explanation: Therefore, the force multiplied by time is equal to **The change in the momentum of the object**. This quantity is known as impulse delivered by the force.

**When i apply a force to an object the momentum?**

Since mv is momentum, we can see that the momentum conferred to an object by a force **Equals the force times the time the force is applied**. Thus if a 15 Newton force to the right is applied to an initially stationary object for 3 seconds, it will have a momentum of 45 kg m/s to the right.

**What is it called when force is applied over a distance?**

**Work** Is done when a force is applied to an object through a distance.

**Which force moves a stationary object?**

If there is a **Friction force** Between the object and the ground then the friction force will oppose the motion of the object. Hence, the stationary object will move only if the applied force is greater than the friction force between the object and the ground.

**What are the forces acting on a stationary body?**

When a body is stationary then its velocity is zero. Hence, its acceleration is zero and **Net force on the body will also be zero** Because.

**What force moves body stationary?**

**When force is applied on a stationary object, the object tends to move in the direction in which force is applied**. For example, applying force on a stationary tennis ball while hitting it with a bat will make it move in the direction of applied force by the bat. Was this answer helpful?

**What is the force of momentum?**

Momentum is the force that exists in a moving object. The momentum force of a moving object is **Calculated by multiplying its mass (weight) by its velocity (speed)**. Simply put, a 20-lb. rock going at 10 mph has much more momentum force than a 3-lb. ball going at the same speed.

**What is the product of force and the amount of time that force is applied?**

From Newton’s second law it follows that, if a constant force acts on a particle for a given time, the product of force and the time interval (the impulse) is **Equal to the change in the momentum**.

**What happens to the momentum of an object during a collision?**

Momentum is of interest during collisions between objects. When two objects collide **The total momentum before the collision is equal to the total momentum after the collision** (in the absence of external forces). This is the law of conservation of momentum. It is true for all collisions.

**What property of collision is defined as the product of force and the interval time which it acts?**

**Impulse** ( F Î” t F \Delta t FÎ”t )

Product of the average force exerted on an object and the time interval during which the force is exerted.

**What is the force acting on the body if the change in the momentum of a body in 0.01 seconds is 10 kg metre per second?**

The force acting on a body is equal to rate of change of momentum. Change of momentum = 10 Kg/s, time taken = 0.01 second. Force = 10/0.01 = 1000N.

**What it means momentum?**

: **A property of a moving body that the body has by virtue of its mass and motion and that is equal to the product of the body’s mass and velocity** Broadly : a property of a moving body that determines the length of time required to bring it to rest when under the action of a constant force.

**What is a momentum example?**

Momentum is defined as the amount of motion occurring in something that is moving, or the force that drives something forward to keep it moving. An example of momentum is **How quickly a car is moving down a hill**.

**Is work a force over a period of time?**

**Work is defined as force times distance**. Work is a measure of the energy expended in applying a force to move an object.

**What is the force as a function of time?**

**Impulse** Is the time integral of force as a function of time.