impulse-momentum relationship

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An important relationship between impulse and momentum derived from Newton's second law, which shows that the impulse of force is equal to the change in momentum that it produces. It is basic to an understanding of many sports techniques, including starting in track and swimming events.

Subjects: Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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