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Momentum or moment?
I have read both definitions but I still donít see the difference clear to me; could you help me with a couple of examples? Thanks.
Re: Momentum or moment?
Momentum is a word you will never have to use unless you are a physicist.
Originally Posted by Delapoma
Moment is a period of time, among other things.
I'll be with you in a moment. It happened a few moments ago.
The momentum kept the car moving after the driver jumped out.
Can you give some examples of where you are unsure of which word to use.
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