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To compute for impulse, two essential parameters are needed and these parameters are **force (f) **and **time (t).**

The formula for calculating impulse:

I = Ft

Where;

I = Impulse

F = Force

t = Time

Let’s solve an example;

Given that the force is 28 and the time is 14. Find the impulse?

This implies that;

F = Force = 28

t = Time = 14

I = Ft

I = 28 x 14

I = 392

Therefore, the **impulse **is **392 Ns.**

**Calculating the Force when the Impulse and the Time is Given.**

F = ^{I} / _{t}

Where;

F = Force

I = Impulse

t = Time

Let’s solve an example;

Given that the impulse is 60 and the time is 10. Find the force?

This implies that;

I = Impulse = 60

t = Time = 10

F = ^{I} / _{t}

F = ^{60} / _{10}

F = 6

Therefore, the **force **is **6 N.**

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