The change in the momentum of the car due to collision between car and wall is or .

**Further Explanation:**

Let us consider the car is moving towards the right direction and it collides with the wall. After the collision, the car will bounce back or car will rebound opposite to the direction of its motion i.e., towards left. Therefore, the final velocity of the car is opposite to the direction of the initial velocity of the car.

**Given:**

The mass of the car is .

The velocity of the car before collision is .

The velocity of the car after collision is .

**Concept:**

The momentum of an object is defined as the product of mass of object and the velocity with which the object is moving.

The initial momentum of the car is:

…… (I)

Here, is the initial momentum of the car, is the mass of the car and is the initial velocity of the car.

Substitute for and for in equation (I).

The final momentum of the car is defined as the product of mass of car and the velocity of the car after collision or final velocity of the car.

The final momentum of the car is:

…… (II)

Here, is the final momentum and is the final velocity.

Substitute for and - for in equation (II).

The change in the momentum of the car after collision is the difference between the momentum of car before collision and the momentum of car after collision.

The change in momentum of the car is:

…… (III)

Here, is the change in the momentum of the car.

Substitute for and for in equation (III).

Thus, the change in the momentum of the car due to collision between car and wall is or.

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**Answer Details:**

**Grade:** College

**Subject:** Physics

**Chapter:** Kinematics

**Keywords:**

Change in momentum, collision, initial velocity, final velocity, initial momentum, final momentum,-23450 kgm/s^2, -23450 kgm/s2, -2.3450*10^6 kgm/s^2, -2.3450*10^6 kgm/s2.