Answer :

As the momentum is the product of mass and velocity , or we can also say it that it is the amount of motion contained in the body.

Mathematically,


p = m × v


WherWhere,s momemomentum;s massmass;s velocity.


The car and the bus are travelling with the same velocity, and as we know that bus has larger mass than that of car, so, as the momentum is the product of mass and velocity.


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Therefore, bus will have larger momentum than car due to it’s larger weight than that of car.


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