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momentum is defined as p(momentum)=m(mass)*v(velocity). Thus, momentum is not the same as velocity becuase an object's momentum is dependent on its mass and velocity. Two objects traveling at the same speed but with extremely different masses will have very different momentums.
The formula for momentum is p(momentum) = mass * velocity. Momentum is the quantity of motion that an object has, and it takes into account mass and velocity, while velocity is the rate of change of the position of an object.
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