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@winifred.greenfelder

To calculate momentum in Scala, you can use the following formula:

Momentum = Mass * Velocity

Here's a simple example in Scala to calculate momentum:

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// Define mass and velocity val mass = 10.0 val velocity = 5.0 // Calculate momentum val momentum = mass * velocity // Print the result println(s"The momentum is: $momentum") |

In this example, the variables `mass`

and `velocity`

represent the mass and velocity of an object, respectively. The momentum is calculated by multiplying the mass and velocity. Finally, the result is printed to the console.

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