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What are the units for moment,momentun,wave speed.
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Moment: Nm (force * distance)

Momentum: kgms^-1 or Ns (mass * velocity)

Wave Speed: ms^-1 (frequency * wavelength)
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thank you so much what about wavelength and velocity
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Moment: Nm (force * distance)

Momentum: kgms^-1 or Ns (mass * velocity)

Wave Speed: ms^-1 (frequency * wavelength)
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Wavelength is just a length, so it's measured in metres (m).
Velocity is the rate of change of displacement, so it's measured in metres per second (ms^-1).

You can usually just Google these and you should find their units.
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thank you so much what about wavelength and velocity
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