# a net force of 100 newton's is applied to a wagon for 5 seconds. this causes the wagon to undergo a change in momentum of

## Force = change in momentum/change in time

100 = change in momentum / 5

change in momentum = 500 Newton meters or Joules

## To calculate the change in momentum of the wagon, you can use the formula:

Change in momentum = force x time

Given that the net force applied to the wagon is 100 Newtons and the time for which the force is applied is 5 seconds, we can substitute these values into the formula:

Change in momentum = 100 N x 5 s

Change in momentum = 500 kg·m/s

Therefore, the wagon undergoes a change in momentum of 500 kg·m/s.

## To calculate the change in momentum, you need to use the formula:

Change in Momentum = Force × Time

In this case, the force applied on the wagon is 100 Newtons, and it is applied for 5 seconds. Therefore, the calculation would be as follows:

Change in Momentum = 100 N × 5 s = 500 kg·m/s

So, the change in momentum of the wagon is 500 kg·m/s.