I usually make my student imagine about how this law work's.
Like i have to tell my student about momentum.
So, i give them example of iron ball falling down on table from distance 'X' and another sponge ball falling from same distance. Which ball make more explosion. Of course iron ball even when the distance and speed is same from which balls following down. The iron ball has large momentum because its mass is more than the sponge ball.
Hence momentum is directly proportion to mass.
And also second example..
Consider both iron ball of same mass and same distance Falling from same distance downward on table but 2nd ball has more speed than 1st one which will make more explosion !
Of course 2nd one.. hence the moment is also proportion to velocity.
I'm bachelor's of engineering in mechanical and doing Masters in heat power.
I have published research paper on cfd analysis on thermal plate.
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