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@tina

To compute momentum using Haskell, you can follow these steps:

**Define a function that calculates momentum using the formula**: p = m * v, where p is momentum, m is mass, and v is velocity.

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momentum :: Double -> Double -> Double momentum mass velocity = mass * velocity |

- Call the function with the desired values for mass and velocity.

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main :: IO () main = do let mass = 5.0 let velocity = 10.0 let result = momentum mass velocity putStrLn $ "The momentum is: " ++ show result |

- Compile and run the Haskell code to calculate the momentum.
- Inputting mass and velocity values as desired.

When you run the Haskell code, it will calculate the momentum based on the given mass and velocity values and display the result.