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What always corresponds to impulse?

 

I. change in momentum, mΔv

II. product of force applied and duration of applied force, FΔt

III. change in kinetic energy

 

a) I only

 

b) I and II only

 

c) I and III only

 

d) I, II, and III

Explanation

 

Impulse refers to change in momentum, as well as the product of force applied and the duration of the applied force.

 

a) I only, incorrect, I and II are correct.

 

b) I and II, correct.

 

c) I and III, incorrect, Kinetic energy change does not characterize impulse.
d) I, II, and III, incorrect, See c).

 

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