What is the plural of the word ‘momentum’?
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Correct option is (a) Momenta
Easiest explanation: The plural for momentum is momenta and not momentums. Momenta, being a plural, is usually used in cases where we need to address a more than one momentum. This situation can possibly arise in systems having more than one moving body.