Q: Is the momentum of a 5000kg truck that is still standing is greater than the momentum of a 3000kg truck that is also at rest?

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I if it's a truck it's a F350, an E350 is a van, motorhome or cube van (Econoline) net weight is about 3000kg, gross is about 5000kg.

The momentum of a truck at rest is zero because momentum is the product of an object's mass and velocity. Since the truck is not moving, its velocity is zero, resulting in zero momentum.

Because mommentum is calculated based on the product of the mass and velovity of an object, since a real car has a mass far greater than a toy car, it will be the tie breaker when they are going the same speed, multiplying a mass 5000kg by 20km/h will yield a momentum far greater than, say 1kg x 20km/h. Because mommentum is calculated based on the product of the mass and velovity of an object, since a real car has a mass far greater than a toy car, it will be the tie breaker when they are going the same speed, multiplying a mass 5000kg by 20km/h will yield a momentum far greater than, say 1kg x 20km/h.

The answer is 5,000 kg

5000kg is 5000000g

5000kg

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400

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About 4500 or 5000kg! Digger is based on ford 4000.

5000 kg is equivalent to 5 metric tonnes.

Over 9000