Momentum of a object is directly proportional to the  mass of the object and directly propositional to  the velocity of the object

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Linear Momentum is directly proportional to the mass of the body and its velocity.

p = mv
where p = linear momentum of the body
          m = mass of the body
          v= velocity of the body
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